Marc Huppert is a Principal Technology Specialist with 15 years of experience. He is responsible for technical designs, implementation standards and architecture guidelines. He is the technical leadership of VMware Solutions at Computacenter. Marc is also a VMware Certified Instructor since several years, teaching internally and externally. He is often invited to be a guest Speaker at customer events. In Addition to the VCDX, Marc holds the following other certifications: VCP2/3/4/5, VCP-DT, VCP-NV, VCAP4-DCD, VCAP4-DCA, VCAP5-DCD, VCAP5-DCA, VCAP-DTD, VCI and vExpert(2012,2013,2014,2015).
I am currently a Principal Technology Specialist working for Computacenter AG & Co. oHG in germany. I primarily focus on Datacenter and End-User Computing inside the Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC). I am VCDX number 181, thats the reason my this webpage got this name….
VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX #181)
VMware Certified Instructor (VCI)
VMware vExpert (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)
VMware Certified Advanced Professional Desktop Design (VCAP-DTD)
VMware Certified Advanced Professional Datacenter Design (VCAP-DCD)
VMware Certified Advanced Professional Datacenter Administration (VCAP-DCA)
VMware Certified Professional (VCP 2,3,4,5)
VMware Certified Professional Network Virtualization (VCP-NV)
VMware Certfied Professional Desktop (VCP-DT)
VMware Certified Associate Network Virtualization (VCA-NV)
VMware Certified Associate Datacenter Virtualization (VCA-DCV)
VMware Certified Associate Workplace Mobility (VCA-WM)
VMware Certfied Associate Desktop (VCA-DT)
Simplivity Certified Professional
Nutanix Platform Sales Rep. (NPSR)
Nutanix Platform Sales Engineer (NPSE)
Apple Certified Associate Mac Integration 10.8
Apple Certified Associate Mac Integration 10.9
Apple Certified Associate Mac Management 10.8
Apple Certified Associate Mac Management 10.9
VMware Sales Professional
VMware Technical Sales Professional
vcdx181 is a personal blog about virtualization maintained by Marc Huppert. It primarily focuses on VMware News, Education and HomeLab Configuration for the everyday virtualization administrator.
The views and opinions expressed on this blog are my own and does not reflect the views and opinions of my employer.