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  1. Blueprint for VCP6.5-DCV Objective 3.1 Manage vSphere Integration with Physical Storage Perform NFS v3 and v4.1 configurations | Discover new storage LUNs | Configure FC/iSCSI/FCoE LUNs as ESXi boot devices | Mount an NFS share for use with vSphere | Enable/Configure/Disable vCenter Server storage filters | Configure/Edit hardware/dependent hardware initiators | Enable/Disable software iSCSI initiator | Configure/Edit software iSCSI initiator settings | Configure iSCSI port binding | Enable/Configure/Disable iSCSI CHAP | Determine use cases for Fiber Channel zoning | Compare and contrast array thin provisioning and virtual disk thin provisioning Perform NFS v3 and v4.1 configurations Discover new storage LUNs Configure FC/iSCSI/FCoE LUNs as ESXi boot devices Mount an NFS share for use with vSphere Enable/Configure/Disable vCenter Server storage filters Configure/Edit hardware/dependent hardware initiators Enable/Disable software iSCSI initiator Configure/Edit software iSCSI initiator settings Configure iSCSI port binding Enable/Configure/Disable iSCSI CHAP Determine use cases for Fiber Channel zoning Compare and contrast array thin provisioning and virtual disk thin provisioning Official Resource Used for Exam Objective 3.1 Official vSphere 6.5 Documentation. All objectives except for 1.1 and 10.4. VMware Technical Papers Specific to vSphere Storage VMware. (August 18, 2017). Performance of Storage Policy-Based Management in VMware vCenter Server 6.5. VMware. (March 01, 2017). Performance Implications of Storage I/O Control-Enabled SSD Datastores. General Links Official Blueprint for VCP6.5-DCV Official Collection of VMware Technical Papers Official VMware Documentation Official VMware Knowledge Base Vladin [ESXiVirtualization]. VCP6-DCV Study Guide. VMware. (July 17, 2017). Performance Best Practices for VMware vSphere 6.5. VMware. (May 16, 2017). What's New in Performance? VMware vSphere 6.5. Internal Links Home Full List of VCP6.5-DCV Objectives Section 1: Configure and Administer vSphere 6.x Security Section 2: Configure and Administer vSphere 6.x Networking Section 3: Configure and Administer vSphere 6.x Storage Objective 3.1 – Manage vSphere Integration with Physical Storage Objective 3.2 – Configure Software-Defined Storage Objective 3.3 – Configure vSphere Storage Multipathing and Failover Objective 3.4 – Perform VMFS and NFS Configurations and Upgrades Objective 3.5 – Set up and Configure Storage I/O Control (SIOC) Section 4: Upgrade a vSphere Deployment to 6.x Section 5: Administer and Manage vSphere 6.x Resources Section 6: Back up and Recover a vSphere Deployment Section 7: Troubleshoot a vSphere Deployment Section 8: Deploy and Customize ESXi Hosts Section 9: Configure and Administer vSphere and vCenter Availability Solutions Section 10: Administer and Manage vSphere Virtual Machines VMworld. (August 29, 2017). "A Deep Dive into vSphere 6.5 Core Storage Features and Functionality". Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6o0YDSrm9B0 48 minute video by Cormac Hogan and Cody Hosterman
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