A The VMware Certified Professional 6- Network Virtualization (VCP-6 NV) expert is responsible for installing, configuring and monitoring NSX virtual networking implementations, irrespective of the underlying physical architecture. They must have the ability to set up vSphere data center virtualized with VMware NSX. They also must be able to develop and monitor a virtual network, and they must resolve any issue related to Layer 2 switching and both static and dynamic Layer 3 routing.
VCP-6 NV certified professionals must monitor edge services such as DHCP, DNS, and NAT, along with virtual network devices. They must further avoid any lateral spread of threats with VMware NSX software, and they must reduce the scope of compliance by isolating systems that store, process or transmit sensitive data. They also must offer technical support for native networking and security for containerized workloads across application frameworks.
The certified professionals automate networking and security services to avoid operational bottlenecks across application platforms and frameworks. They must have a strong understanding of VMware NSX architecture and the benefits of its implementation. They also must be able to differentiate between physical and virtual network technologies.
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