VCAP6-NV (3V0-643) Study Guide – Exam Objective Reference Guide

 

This blog post is to act as reference point for my VMware VCAP6-NV study guide that I created. 10 weeks of effort outside of work and life.

The study guide is working through the VCAP6-NV exam blueprint and blogging each exam objective.

The below lists content from VMware and the exam objectives that my blog covers.

VMware Content

 

vZealand.com Blog – Exam Objectives

Hope you learn some software defined/network virtualisation goodness. enjoy.

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  1. […] For previous blogs in this series please refer to the VCAP6-NV Reference Guide I created. This has all the links to VMware NSX content and lists out each exam objective and the associated blog. Check it out here –>Exam Objective Reference Guide. […]

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  2. […] For previous blogs in this series please refer to the VCAP6-NV Reference Guide I created. This has all the links to VMware NSX content and lists out each exam objective and the associated blog. Check it out here –>Exam Objective Reference Guide. […]

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  3. […] For previous blogs in this series please refer to the VCAP6-NV Reference Guide I created. This has all the links to VMware NSX content and lists out each exam objective and the associated blog. Check it out here –>Exam Objective Reference Guide. […]

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  4. […] For previous blogs in this series please refer to the VCAP6-NV Reference Guide I created. This has all the links to VMware NSX content and lists out each exam objective and the associated blog. Check it out here –>Exam Objective Reference Guide. […]

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  5. […] For previous blogs in this series please refer to the VCAP6-NV Reference Guide I created. This has all the links to VMware NSX content and lists out each exam objective and the associated blog. Check it out here –>Exam Objective Reference Guide. […]

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  6. […] For previous blogs in this series please refer to the VCAP6-NV Reference Guide I created. This has all the links to VMware NSX content and lists out each exam objective and the associated blog. Check it out here –>Exam Objective Reference Guide. […]

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  7. […] was the first time that I  blogged a certification blueprint, some 22 blogs covering the entire blueprint. That in itself was a massive learning curve having to […]

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  8. mickdonaldsonhotmailcomMike January 24, 2017 at 10:52 pm

    Hi Clinton,

    How much effort would you estimate is needed to comfortable pass the exam? I passed my VCP-NV late last year and I’m currently working on a couple of NSX implementation projects. I was thinking around 6 weeks, roughly 20 hours a week. Based on your experience would this be possible?

    Cheers,
    Mike

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    1. Hi Mike,
      That should be plenty of time. Make sure you use the VMware NSX HOLs, make sure you know in the PDFs exactly where to locate info you cannot remember, you won’t have time to search. Good luck, let us know how you go.

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  9. Hi Clinton,

    I followed your blog to the end and practiced via my homelab and HOL. I passed the VCAP6-NV and I am truly grateful for your excellent blog. Great work!
    Thank you very much and keep up the good work!

    Naditha

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    1. That’s awesome, great work. Congratulations.

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      1. Thanks Clinton. I started my own blog with the HomeLab architecture which I created, so anyone can practice with the same.

        https://nsxguide.wordpress.com/

        Thanks for being a great mentor!

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  10. Thank you for this valuable blog.

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