VMware Gives the Last Chance to Get VCDX5-DCV Certification!
It is obvious, VMware exams and certifications are an indicator of the quality of your professional knowledge and skills. IT specialists from all over the world strive to get VMware certification to earn trusted and reliable modern credentials. The advantages are evident. For example, VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) is the highest level of VMware certification. Its program is designed for veteran professionals in VMware technology who can not only claim their expertise, but also demonstrate it.
On today’s agenda is an advanced certification developed for design architects of VMware enterprise deployments – VMware Certified Design Expert 5 – Data Center Virtualization (VCDX5 – DCV).
Caution! This certification will retire on June 9, 2017. As you see, you don’t have much time to become a certified VMware specialist. So the following information is only for you.
The VCDX5-DCV program defines a candidate’s ability to:
a VMware technology.
The achievement of VCDX5-DCV certification is not so easy. But no pain, no gain. The main task is to submit and successfully defend a production-ready VMware Solution before a panel of veteran VCDX-DCV holders. After this process, you can join an elite group of world-class consulting architects.
Here are some TIPS for the Defense:
Of course, if you already hold the VCDX5-DCV certification, it will remain yours as long as you recertify every two years.
If you are looking for free VMware exam preparation materials, you can visit the following website.
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