Advanced Administration & Performance Management (AAPM) Course Readiness

  • 20 October 2021
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Advanced Administration & Performance Management (AAPM) Course Readiness

Are You Ready for Advanced Training? 

Nutanix University offers training for a variety of IT roles, at every level of experience. But with such a large catalog it can be a little confusing deciding which course is the right one. 


Enter our Readiness Evaluations. 

The first one of its kind, the readiness evaluation for our Advanced Administration & Performance Management (AAPM) course is designed to ensure you have the right Nutanix admin knowledge to fully benefit from the AAPM course. 

The objective is to gauge your current Nutanix administrative knowledge -- not just general virtualization or cloud knowledge. General knowledge of virtualization is important of course, but to succeed in AAPM you should have more than 6 months of hands-on experience with a Nutanix system.
For example, if the assessment reveals you have limited Nutanix system knowledge, you might consider taking the Enterprise Cloud Administration (ECA) course first, as you may have trouble with some of the AAPM course content that expects a more advanced level of knowledge.


To access the self-assessment, log into Nutanix University. You can get to the test in two ways:

Option 1: Search for ‘AAPM Readiness Evaluation’


Option 2: Click on this deep link to start the test


We can’t wait to see you in class!


This post was authored by Jill Liles, Marketing Director, Nutanix University.​​


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