It seems VCP7-CMMA BETA is out & one can appear for the exam in just $50.
VMware Certified Professional 7 - Cloud Management and Automation Beta Exam (VCP7-CMA)
Does anyone know if there is any prerequisites to appear for this exam. Like we had for VCP 6..?
Noticed the listings says 175 questions and 3hrs, is just for the beta test? VCP6-cma was 85 questions and 100 minutes.
Personally not sure I know the new vRA7 CAFE blueprints and event broker enough to do it now. There's a HOL for the event broker so that's next on my to do list.
VRA 7 extensibility spl-1721-use-3 - How event broker has replaced the vra6 vro stub callouts. How to use efficiently.
VRA 7 advanced spl-1721-use-2 -Xaas, puppet, nsx and app authoring
All the pre-reqs that apply to the GA exam also apply to beta ones. This is what the FAQ says
" If you take a beta version of the exam and pass, you will earn VMware certification if you have completed all other certification requirements for the related certification. "
Hence you need to have a class ID if it is your first VCP, and vSphere Foundation since it is VCP7.
Only prerequisite is to be a VCP (any discipline) I took it last Thursday, and I believe that was the final day it was available.