Follow on from VMware Starting Certifications – 2020 designations now in place

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Last year I wrote a brief introduction into the VMware starter and professional certifications.

VMware have now upgraded the certification titles with the new 2020 designations.

If you’re new to the certification trail, any exams you now sit will lead towards the new certification, VMware are currently working on their upgrade paths, and I’ll post information as I find it.

If you are a VCP-x2019 VMware have said that their system has logic to realise you’re a VCP-x and that the 2019 designation will lead to VCAP-x2020s

The new certification designations 2020 for the starter courses and the VCP are as follows.

The VMware Certified Associate


This certificate is aimed at providing a good overall knowledge of the VMware products and why they are used.

The VMware Certified Professional tracks are as follows.

Data Centre Virtualisation (DCV Track)

 This track focuses on the birth of VMware and their VM hypervisor product.
  
Network Virtualisation (NV) Track

This track focuses on the VMware NSX products, and now prioritises the VMware NSX-T product.
Cloud Management and Automation (CMA) Track
This track focuses on the vRealize suite of products, these products can be used in a truly multi-cloud environment
Desktop and Mobility (DTM) Track

This track focuses on VMware Horizon, which in its simplest form provides a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
  
Digital Workspace (DW) Track

This track focuses on the VMware WorkspaceONE and Digital workspace solutions, this provides and extensive set of endpoint management technologies.
For more information visit the VMware Certification website

For more information on QA’s VMware training solutions visit QA

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