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
Are you VCAP certified and wondering where the 2019 badge for your VCAP track is and why your current VCAP version is listed as “Emeritus”? You have passed the latest VCAP exam (before 2019) and you verified there is no new VCAP exam in the exam catalog, surely they would
Everyone who submits for VCDX must have the associated Professional and Advanced VMware exams for that track completed as part of the prerequisites for each VCDX track. This post covers the mind-set and techniques for taking exams of Associate, Professional and Advanced-level certifications in general.
Nutanix have announced their version of the VCDX, the Nutanix Platform Expert (NPX). From reading the blueprint, it definitely takes Data Center architecture design to the next level. NPX Summary for the VCDX-aware: IMPRESSIVE! – No submission or examination fees Must prove mastery of two hypervisors (candidate choices: vSphere, KVM
This article builds upon the white papers and blogs that are available (listed below) and provides a VCDX-style guide to design decisions that need to be considered for End-to-End Network Quality of Service for vSphere 5.1 with the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and Cisco Nexus switches.
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.