VMware provides FREE labs for students for unlimited practice.

VMware provides FREE labs for students for unlimited practice. You can make use of this self-paced lab sessions for practicing various VMware products like vSphere, NSX, vSAN, vROPS, even you can practice VMware cloud on AWS. What you need to have? just registered user account. You can create user account on a fly. Afterwards login to the HOL (hands on lab) portal as given below. You can have to complete lab within the duration, some time it gives option to extend the duration if you are still using the session. After your session console VM will be deleted so all your work will be lost. However you can start the lab again, it will create a new console VM for you. By this way you can do labs as many times as you want.
Provide your user name and password to login to hol portal
In this screen you can search and select your preferred lab.
Click on Enroll to begin the lab
Go through the lab details for duration and then click on start this lab.
Left side you can see console and right side you can see lab overview with step by step instructions what to do in this lab.
This is the final screen you see to start the lab.
All user credentials detail you can see in readme.txt file on desktop. You can maximize the console screen; lab overview can be dragged to separate screen. You can restart console VM if required.

2V0-602 vSphere Foundation Exam Sample Questions

1.Which two options does VM Monitoring use to determine if a virtual machine should be reset?(Choose two)
  • (A) Network activity from the virtual machine
  • (B)I/O activity from the virtual machine
  • (C)CPU activity from the virtual machine
  • (D)Heaartbeats from VMware Tools
2.Which the options are available when applying a Customization Specification to an existing virtual machine?(Choose three)
  • (A)Modify a specification
  • (B)Select an existing specification
  • (C)Import a specification
  • (D)Create a specification from an existing specification
  • (E)create a specification
3.What are two requirements needed to enable a 4vCPU virtual machine with Fault Tolerance?(choose two)
  • (A)vSphere Standard license
  • (B)10 GbE uplink for FT logging network
  • (C)vSphere Enterprise Plus license
  • (D)1 GbE uplink form FT logging network
4.Which two statements are Datastore Cluster requirements?(Choose two)
  • (A)Datastore clusters can only contain VMFS datastores
  • (B)Datastores shared across multiple data centers cannot be included in a datastore cluster
  • (C)NFS and VMFS datastores cannot cannot be combined in the same datastores cluster
  • (D)Datastores clusters must contain three or more datastores
5. A VM has the following configuration:
  • 2vCPU
  • 4GB RAM
  • HDD1 10 GB
  • HDD2 20 GB
A vSphere Administrator creates a snapshot of a powered off VM.
What is the maximum size of all of the snapshots that can be consumed on the datastores?
  • (A)30 GB
  • (B)100% of the databastore minus 512 bytes
  • (C)34 GB
  • (D)50% of the datastore
6.What are two states for compliance Status in VM Storage Policy?(Choose two)
  • (A)Compliant
  • (B)Orphaned
  • (C)Invalid
  • (D)Out of Date
7.What is the VMware recommended way to distribute storage I/O loads across multiple paths to
Minimize downtime and remove potential bottlenecks?
  • (A)Enable Storage I/O control
  • (B)configure multipathing
  • (C)configure multipathing
  • (D)Enable storage DRS and configure datastore clusters
8.Which three factors should an Administrator  take into account when determining the required
VDP appliance size and number of appliances?(Choose three)
  • (A)retention periods (daily,weekly,monthly,yearly)
  • (B)VMs guest OS family and version
  • (C)typical change rate
  • (D)Number and type (database, file system) of VMs
9.When managing search queries in vRealize Log Insight,what three actions can be performed? (choose three)
  • (A)Share the Current Query
  • (B)Load a query
  • (C)Take a Snapshot of a Query
  • (D)Pause the Current Query
  • (E)Duplicate a Query
10.Which two options can change the thin provisioned disk to thick provisioned ?(Choose two)
  • (A)Use vMotion to migrate the VM to another ESXi host without moving the disks
  • (B)Use Storage vMotion of the running VM to the same datastore and select Thick provision
  • (C)Power off the VM, locate the VMDK disk in the Datastore browser, right-click that and select inflate
  • (D)use storage vMotion of the running VM to another datastore and select Thick Provision

VMware Certification Marks Calculations

The passing score for VMware certification exam is 300 out of 500. This score is calculated based on scaling method. That is for each question VMware predefine points for correct answer. For example, question 1= 10 points, question 2 = 1 point, question 3 = 2 point etc. You need at least select 60% correct answers to pass the exam.
Scaled scores are calculated by using a mathematical formula which considers a variety of metrics to give score. For same examination there will be different version of questions. Scaled score provides a fair score for everyone based on the version of exam taken.
How can there be exams with 25, 50,60, 135 questions and all have the same passing scores? Irrespective of number of questions in the exam all have the same scaled passing scores. For that passing score is determined by a mathematical model. Then a table is prepared where 0 points = 100, the passing score = 300 and all the points available = 500.
Let me explain you with above example. There are total 20 points available in the exam.
If student doesn’t answer single correct answer, then he will get 0 points means his score is 100.
If student select some correct answers obtain 16 points, then his score is 300 points. Which is determined as the passing score.
If student select all correct answers obtain 20 points, then his score is 500 points.
1. One more example to clarify your query. If a student secured 278 marks, he is considered as failed in exam because passing score is 300. Student just short of 22 marks. There is no indication that 22 marks = one questions. Student might missed to select correct answer for 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 questions.
2. Student 1 and 2, appeared for same exam they get different version of questions even though they got same score 18 points, marks will Student 1 = 400 marks and student 2 = 390 marks.
Here in this scoring pattern we don’t know which question carries how many points, so students are encouraged to prepare well and take exam.