With every VMware Certified Professional exam VMware reduced pressure to know exact number of configuration maximums. I remember old days when I was learning towards VCP4 and where I had to memorize a lot of numbers to pass exam.
In version 5.* VMware removed a lot of configuration maximums questions from exam. However if you want to know VMware products inside-out you should know key maximums. This can be helpful when you are designing environments, you have discussions in projects about future steps with infrastructure or even you have job interview.
To help you with latest configuration maximums with VMware vSphere 6.0 release I created online tests which will help you to memorize key maximums. You can find them in blog menu in top right part. Order or names might be changed, but those changes will be really small.
So far I created following tests:
- ESXi Cluster and Resource Pool Maximums
- ESXi Host Compute and Memory Maximums
- ESXi Host Networking Maximums
- ESXi Host Storage Maximums
- VMware vSphere 6.0 vCenter Server Maximums
- VMware vSphere 6.0 Platform Services Controller
- VMware vSphere 6.0 50 random questions
I am creating more and more tests and I will update this entry accordingly. I will do the same thing for vSphere 5.5 and as well comparison between vSphere 5.* and 6.0. I hope you will find those test useful.
If you will find any error or you have some suggestion feel free to contact me.
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