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What you read on that page is correct.
If you hold one of the defined Cisco certifications, there would be 3 mandatory tasks:
1. Submit proof of your Cisco certification
2. Pass a vSphere Foundations exam (6.0 or 6.5)
3. Pass the VCP6-NV exam
How you learn about vSphere and about NSX in order to pass the exams would be up to you - each exam has a guide which defines the objectives you would be tested on.
Thanks for reply me. It's very helpful.
From your answer it mean if someone who hold some CCNA or above he can get VCP-NV and VCP-DC without any required course by start with VCP-NV first and then go VCP-DC, right?
Oh god, I'm interested in VMware for a long time but my suffer is I knew from many people that I need to take the official training first that's my problem because I'm in a network vendor and my company no way to support me the money about another vendor certification.
Once you’re a VCP, you’re handled the same as any other VCP - no matter if you gained NV first with the Cisco certification path.
You‘ll still need the vSphere (with some vSAN) and NSX knowledge to pass the exams of course.