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  • VSphere Books

    Hi,

    Can anybody here recommend any good VSphere books for a beginner / knows a little about the subject?

    Thanks

    Lee
    Regards,

    Lee

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    Re: VSphere Books

    Yes. Google has an extensive vSphere library.

    https://www.google.com/#hl=en&tbo=d&...w=1920&bih=940

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      Re: VSphere Books

      Originally posted by joeqwerty View Post
      Yes. Google has an extensive vSphere library.
      Yes - helpful - thanks.






      Your link highlighted the fact that there are plenty of books on the subject - which is part of the problem - there are so many to choose from.

      I've read many computer books over the years - some are easy to understand and well written - other are not so good.

      I guess what I was after is some recommendations of book that members had read and found them well written and easy to understand.
      Regards,

      Lee

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      • #4
        Re: VSphere Books

        The problem is that the answer is going to be completely subjective. What I find to be a good book you may not.

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          Re: VSphere Books

          Probably the most well known vSphere book is Mastering vSphere by Scott Lowe.
          VCP2 / VCP3 / VCP4 / VCP 5 / VCAP-DCA4 / VCI / vExpert 2010-2012

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            Re: VSphere Books

            Agreed with Scott. The book from Scott Lowe is well written.
            However, if you plan to take an exam, you'll still have the requirement to follow the official training as well.
            Marcel
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