Thinking about VCAP-DCA

MrAgentMrAgent Posts: 1,305Member ■■■■■■■□□□
So now that I have discovered that grad school isnt as tough right now as I thought it would be, Im getting the itch for another certification. Anyone have any suggestions for good books for the VCAP-DCA?

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  • meadITmeadIT Posts: 581Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    It's going to be pretty much the same materials as VCP, you'll just be putting it into more detailed hands on exercises. You can check out a few different study guides.

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    If you have any training budget, I found the Troubleshooting Course a good prep, but doesn't seem like they have one for 5.x yet. Scott may be able to chime in on its availabililty.
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  • scott28ttscott28tt Posts: 655Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Optimize & Scale is the best vSphere class to take to help prepare you, if you want to do something instructor-led. TrainSignal also have a video-based series. Regardless of those, you will need a lab as you will need to play and practice - a lot.
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