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#1 Stevenyr

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Posted 04 July 2012 - 04:54 PM

Certifications in a virtual realm would not likely be of any help to an IT professional. However, actual certifications in virtual machines would be, as virtualization has branched out from a once predominantly tech support tool to web and application development, server management, and even cloud computing. VMware has long been the leader in this industry, and they offer the following three certifications:

VMware Certified Professional (VCP) The VCP is the base certification for VMware. The core competencies for this class are to install, manage, and deploy a VMware system. Unless you are already a VCP or have other certified VMware trainings, you will need to take one of 3 five-day courses before you can take the VCP exam.VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) The VCDX is the highest level certification.
Once you have a VCP certification, you can then request a review of your VMware knowledge and experience. If you qualify, you will then be permitted to take both an Administration and a Design exam. Passing those exams then allows you to prepare and submit an implementation plan, at which you will defend during a later interview. If you can jump through all these hoops (without falling), VMware will bestow upon you this certification.

VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) The newest of VMware’s certifications, VCAP is designed to be an intermediate level certification. The certification process of the VCDX is thorough, and the VCAP was created to fill the void of the VMware professionals that were not quite ready to attempt a VCDX certification, but certainly have the experience and training far above that of which is required for the VCP. A VCAP offers either an Administration or Design test, and your certification will reflect your specialty based on which of these tests you choose to take and pass.
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#2 simpleuser1

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 11:00 PM

thanks for the info
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#3 Mchetan

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Posted 27 August 2012 - 09:53 PM

Hi,

Hey very good information about Vmware certifications and thanks for such a useful information.

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#4 ahmedamine

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Posted 05 September 2012 - 12:13 AM

there are also some others Vmware certifications that are useful like VCP5-DT for VDI (Vmware View) and for Cloud using Vmware vCloud Director
I think the combination of Vmware and Citrix can help a lot ( for boosting carreers )
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#5 michaelwarne

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Posted 21 September 2016 - 09:50 PM

Hi,

 

Thanks for sharing very good information about Vmware certifications and that's great!!

 

There are many benefits, but let’s face facts - Vmware certifications fuel new careers and six-figure salaries. Experts agree that opportunities in IT are only growing, and more opportunities with a proven set of skills translate into higher pay.  Certifications place you in a position to take advantage of them. 

 

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