Hi Guys. I have been using vSphere 6.7 for over a year now. It turned into one of those 'Learn on the job' situations and I have been OK so far but also, it an environment that does not fully test me because we don't use every bit of the functionality of vSphere. I now want to sit for the VCP DCV Professional exam and I am a bit nervous so really just looking to see if anyone has been in a similar situation and if you have any encouraging words please. I am also doing self study and have built my own home lab with 3 hosts and a vCenter and am playing with that to try all I can.
Firstly you should review the requirements here: https://www.vmware.com/education-services/certification/vcp-dcv.html
If you want to stick with 6.7 exams (which you can now they’ve extended the retirement of them til the end of June) you have 3 requirements to complete:
- Attend authorised vSphere 6.7 training
- Pass the vSphere 6.7 Foundations exam
- Pass the Professional vSphere 6,7 exam
On the page I linked to you will see links to pages for each of the 2 exams, on those pages you will find exam guides that tell you what topics are covered.