VMware Certification Exams in 2022: What Updates and Changes Are Expected for IT Specialists?
Technology is advancing rapidly, so the market with the available job roles and the vendors with their certification programs always try to match the current changes. The old exams are withdrawn, while the new ones are released in order to address the new requirements of the field. Thus, VMware, which offers a variety of tests and certificates in such areas as network virtualization, end-user computing, data center virtualization, security, application modernization, and Cloud management and automation, has made some changes to its program in 2021. It will also update some of its exams in 2022, so you need to be ready for the transformation of the VMware certification portfolio. In this article, we will take a glance at these updates.
VMware Certification Exams in 2021
First of all, let’s pay attention to the VMware exams that were withdrawn in 2021. Here is a list of them:
If your resume mentions some of these exams, you need to check what changes have occurred and why.
VMware Certification Exams in 2022
Now is the time for three exams that will retire in late 2021 and 2022. Let’s look at them and their replacements in more detail:
1) Professional VMware vRealize Automation 8.1 (2V0-31.20) and Professional VMware vRealize Automation 8.3 (2V0-31.21)
The retirement date for the Professional VMware vRealize Automation 8.1 (2V0-31.20) test is December 31, 2021. The exam that will take its place is Professional VMware vRealize Automation 8.3 (2V0-31.21). It proves that the applicants have the required expertise in the VMware Cloud automation solution as well as possess the relevant skills in installing, configuring, managing, and performing basic troubleshooting of a VMware vRealize Automation environment. The test concentrates on different types of vRealize Automation deployments, covering vRA Envrion Scale Out standard vs. clustered, and architecture of vRealize Automation, including Lifecycle Manager, Kubernetes pods, and Workspace ONE Access. It evaluates the competence of the specialists in preparing the prerequisites for the installation, performing a simple installation utilizing vRealize Easy Installer, configuring vRealize Automation utilizing Quick Start, and performing manual installation utilizing Lifecycle Manager. You should also have the skills in configuring identity sources and identity and access management as well as setting up Cloud Accounts. Additionally, the new qualification exam measures one’s competence in integrating vRealize Automation with vRealize Operations, configuring Capability Tags, installing SaltStack Config while utilizing vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager, creating Cloud Template to Deploy Minions, and configuring Basic Pipelines and Code Stream Endpoints. It contains 67 questions and has the time frame of 130 minutes. It can be taken in English and the registration price is $250. This test is associated with the VMware Certified Professional – Cloud Management and Automation certificate.
2) VMware Professional Horizon 7.7 (2V0-31.20) and Professional VMware Horizon 8.x (2V0-51.21)
The 2V0-31.20 test will retire on February 28, 2022 and its substitute is known as VMware 2V0-51.21. It is revolved around installing, configuring, managing, maintaining, and performing the basic troubleshooting of VMware Horizon and related solutions. It takes a look at the basic virtualization concepts, disaster recovery and high availability, application virtualization, user profile-management, use cases for display protocols, scalability (Global Entitlement Layer with Cloud Pod Architecture), software-defined data center, and the Cloud infrastructure. Furthermore, this exam measures the expertise of the individuals in installing and configuring Dynamic Environment Manager, Horizon Connection Server, Unified Access Gateway, and App Volumes. In addition, it evaluates their proficiency in integrating Workspace ONE Access and Horizon 8 to manage user access, configuring graphics cards for use in Horizon, and managing AD LDS Database for Horizon Connection Server. This qualifying test lasts 135 minutes and includes 60 questions. The only available language is English, and to register for the exam, the specialists need to pay the fee of $250. It is related to the VMware Certified Professional – Desktop Management certification.
3) VMware vSphere 6.7 Foundations Exam (2V0-01.19)
As for this VMware test, it will retire on February 28, 2022. Unlike the previously described options, this one will not have a replacement and will be discontinued. The exam is a prerequisite for two certificates, and namely VMware Certified Professional – Cloud Management and Automation and VMware Certified Professional – Desktop Management. However, presently, the individuals can get the first certification by taking one of the required training courses and passing VMware 2V0-31.21. At the same time, the second certificate requires enrolling for one of the proposed training courses and nailing the VMware 2V0-51.21 test.
The updated exams may require special attention, so if you think about passing one of the mentioned tests, you should check the study guide related to it in advance. This tutorial contains the basic details of the exam, which helps to understand the content covered in it and what you can learn. Also, it takes a look at the subject areas covered in the test. This tool can be used to know the exam better and realize in which domains you have gaps.
Those individuals who want to prepare for the exam can utilize different resources other than the official study guides if they want. Some of them can be found on the certification webpages, while others can be taken from various third-party IT training platforms that offer effective materials for their qualification tests. It is important to select an option that will fit your needs and goals, so explore different tools and choose the most suitable one.
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