I took the Advanced Design VMware NSX-T 3.0 Exam recently and these are the study links I used: NSX-T 3.0 Reference Design Guide NSX-T 3.0 Data Center Installation Guide NSX-T 3.0 Data Center Administration Guide NSX-T 3.0 Data Center Upgrade Guide NSX-T 3.0 Data Center Migration Coordinator Guide NSX-T 3.0
I took the Advanced Design VMware vSphere 7.0 Exam recently and the VMware Exam Guide did not have active resource hyperlinks in the PDF. Here they are, plus some additional ones I used: vSphere Resource Management vSphere Networking vCenter Server Installation and Setup vSphere Availability vSphere Storage vSphere Security vSAN
I was not going to bother with this final Study Plan post, since all VCDX candidates should know this as their first port of call, however I wanted to provide a complete set of “VCDX Study Plan” posts.
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery will be the weakest point for most VCDX candidates; I know it was for me, I flopped miserably during my first VCDX attempt. So make it your strongest point, become a Disaster Recovery guru.
The essential VCDX study plan for storage.
The essential VCDX study plan for security.
In a previous blog I talked about “T-skilling” being a major requirement for the VCDX. Below are some of the things that you need to be knowledgeable about in the Networking stack.