Tuesday, October 28, 2014

VMware product name change Q4 2014

Golden chance to renew your VCP certification

VCP5-DCV Delta Recertification Exam

On October 1st, VMware released a new delta exam to qualify recertification candidates for the VCP5-DCV Certification.
The exam is offered to current VCP5-DCVs who need to renew their VCP5-DCV credential. The exam will be available through November 30, 2014 and offers some key advantages:
  • Based only on new material between the vSphere 5.0/5.1 and vSphere 5.5 exams – you save hours of prep time
  • Available online – you can take it from any location
  • Far less expensive – you save money
If you hold a VCP5-DCV certification, this is the quickest route to recertification.
This limited time opportunity – the exam will only be offered until November 30, 2014.

VCP5-DCV Delta Recertification Exam – Exam Code VCP550D

Ready to register? Click Associate and Professional Level Exams onhttp://pearsonvue.com/vmware/exams/ and select exam VCP550D.
Take advantage of the FREE 1-hr online course VMware vSphere: What’s New Fundamentals of V5.5 to help you prepare for the exam.

*Terms & Conditions
  • Only current VCP5-DCV candidates who passed the exam series VCP510, VCP510PSE or VCI510 are eligible.
  • Exam must be passed by November 30, 2014.
  • Exam is not eligible for discounts. Training and Learning Credits cannot be used to purchase.
  • The exam must be completed within 2 days of your registration with PearsonVUE.
More details:- https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/plan.cfm?plan=51919&ui=www_cert

Monday, October 27, 2014

Free Learning for VMware Network Virtualization Fundamentals(NSX)

There is really a great tool made available by VMware for the professionals, who want to explore their skills in VMware Network Virtualization (NSX). There is free e-learning (2.5 Hours) available, you just need to create an account on VMware portal (if don't have one). You can use the link below and then click on add to my enrollment button, after that login using your account on VMware portal,


To start further for VMware Professional level (VCP-NV) visit below page for details:-


Sunday, October 26, 2014

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Save 50% off All VMware exams (50% discount)

Discount is good for multiple use per person

How to Enjoy Savings of 50% off VMware exams
Step 1:
Choose the exam of your choice
You can choose more than one exam as the discount is good for multiple use.
Step 2:
Begin the exam registration process atwww.vmware.com/certification
NB. All VMware certification exams require prior VMware authorization
Step 3:
Schedule your exam between Oct 27 and Dec 19, 2014
Once you have gained VMware authorization, you are ready to schedule your exam. Upon payment, please select the referral code accordingly.
VCP Exams: VFVCP1450
Advanced (VCAP) Exams: VFADV1450

Offer is only valid from Oct 27 and Dec 19, 2014
For more details:-

Using the ESXi 5.x esxcli command to power off a virtual machine

The esxcli command can be used locally or remotely to power off a virtual machine running on ESXi 5.x. For more information, see the esxcli vm Commands section of the vSphere Command-Line Interface Reference.
  1. Open a console session where the esxcli tool is available, either in the ESXi Shell, the vSphere Management Assistant (vMA), or the location where the vSphere Command-Line Interface (vCLI) is installed.
  2. Get a list of running virtual machines, identified by World ID, UUID, Display Name, and path to the .vmx configuration file, using this command:

    esxcli vm process list
  3. Power off one of the virtual machines from the list using this command:

    esxcli vm process kill --type=[soft,hard,force] --world-id=WorldNumber

    Three power-off methods are available. Soft is the most graceful, hard performs an immediate shutdown, and force should be used as a last resort.
    Alternate power off command syntax is: esxcli vm process kill -t [soft,hard,force] -w WorldNumber
  4. Repeat Step 2 and validate that the virtual machine is no longer running.
For ESXi 4.1:
  1. Get a list of running virtual machines, identified by World ID, UUID, Display Name, and path to the .vmx configuration file, using this command:

    esxcli vms vm list
  2. Power off one of the virtual machines from the list using this command:

    esxcli vms vm kill --type=[soft,hard,force] --world-id=WorldNumber