VMware’s First Cloud Certification
Recently VMware’s first certification around cloud computing quietly went into beta. Let’s learn more about this new certification option, the VCP-Infrastructure as a Service (or VCP-IaaS) certification…
Top 10 Must-Knows for the New VCP-IaaS
As this certification is still in beta, as of today, we don’t have a lot of official information yet but here’s what we do know:
VMware Education confirmed the existence of this new certification on their blog, here.
The VCP-IaaS will focus on Installing, Configuring, and Administering Infrastructure as a Service clouds based on vCloud Director.
It’s expected to be launched in late-July.
It requires that you already have a VCP so it’s the second form of the VCP with the VCP-DT being the other.
According to Eric Sloof from NTPRO.NL, the current beta exam consists of 115 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 8 questions. The passing score for this exam is 300, using a scaled scoring method. Eric said that the scoring scale ranges from 100 to 500.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, VMware’s First Cloud Certification- VMware vCloud Blog