VMware Engineers are in charge of managing and maintaining the VMware infrastructure. The Engineers are involved in a team environment with a cluster of Systems Engineers. They frequently collaborate and make efforts with engineers from both the Network engineering and the operations Support Center-OSC, department to help a range of customer environments across multiple data centers.

VMware Workstation is the highly specialized Cloud Computing system which allows running multiple virtual machines to a single physical machine. VMware Engineers in this domain has strong technical acumen with a deep knowledge of the fundamentals of VMware ESX and related technologies.

Educational Requirements:

To become successful, you will need to have a degree in computer science, IT, electronics with cloud computing or a related field. Experience in VMware ESX Enterprise administration would be an added advantage.

Certification:

The essential certification is VCP -vSpehere, and VCAP. Nowadays, unlike before there are different types of VMware certification, but VCP is a must as it’s a launch pad for excelling in this field. Broadly, accreditations come with Datacenter Certification and Desktop Certification.

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