Looking to get VMware certified? The guides to VMware Certification you need are right here!
The Simple Guide to VMware Certification covers the complete VMware certification path, and all VMware certification Tracks.
VMware Certification, Starting with VCA-DBT introduces a newer VMware certification that is perfect for beginners, and discusses the history of the VCA certification.
The Complete Guide to VMware VCP Certification gives you everything you need to get started with the first certification on the VMware certification path.
Getting Started With VMware Certification: vSphere Foundations Exam takes a closer look at the vSphere Foundations exam, which is a requirement for VCP certification.
All About VMware VCP-DCV Training Options introduces the options for the VMware authorized training course to obtain the VCP-DCV certification.
Getting Your VCP-NV Certification discusses the VCP-NV certification in depth, and is a must read for all Cisco certification holders!
VCAP-Design and VCAP-Deploy are two of the advanced level VMware certifications. Read more about what they entail, and how they differ from some of the certification exams you may be used to.
My VCDX Launchpad has some great reading if you are thinking about taking on the VCDX journey.
Deciding which VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) exam to take first can be tough. Both of these exams lead to a VMware VCAP certification. If
As many of us know, VMware NSX is one of the hottest VMware technologies right now. What some may not know is there is a
As of November 2016, I am VMware Certified Design Expert Number 236 in Data Center Virtualization. This is something I’ve had my eye set on
So you are starting on your VCDX journey. Or perhaps you're thinking about starting it. It is dangerous to go alone, take this. What is
For those of you who are VCP certified on VCP 5, tis the season for your upgrade! Last year I took the online VCP 5.5
During the course of my VCDX journey, I've seen so much great material floating around the internet. Here is some of the information I found