Virtualization is the process of making a virtual model of any hardware platforms, storage devices and computer network resources. These virtual models substitute for the physical equipment, reduce the company’s cost on IT equipment and help in increasing efficiency and speed.Therefore, the work of a Certified Virtualization Professional | CVP is to makevirtual versions of these equipment, storage devices, computer network resources, etc. A Certified Virtualization Professional | CVP is therefore highly
valued by MNCs who work with large volume of equipment and data. They require these Virtualization Professionals to make these virtual models to reduce their expenses on the physical equipment and make production more cost-effective.
In this course, the students will be taught the details of virtualization methodologies from scratch. This course organized by IEMLabs goes step-by-step into virtualization fundamentals. After the completion of this course, the students will be able to perform any task related to virtualization, VMWare,
Virtual Box, etc.The main focus areas of this course are: –
Deployment and cloning of virtual machines
The training sessions will be conducted by our industry experts who have been working in this field for the last 8-10 years. Using this certification credential, students will be able to apply for Virtualization Professional and related job titles.
Students will find it exciting to undergo this course since we provide hands–on training procedures through projects and practical-oriented classes throughout
the entire curriculum of the course. We at IEMLabs provide both online (through platforms like “Google Hangout Meet”, “Go to Meeting”, “Zoom”, etc.) and offline mode classes. The most positive aspect for a student to get trained by IEMLabs is the “One Year Lab Access”, i.e. every student from the date of admission will have access to our
“Online Virtual Lab” for practicing and getting all notes, pre-recorded videos and tools according to their courses for one year absolutely free of cos.