Inside Look into New NC2 Training & Cert

  • 11 April 2024
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Inside Look into New NC2 Training & Cert
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Hear from Jeff Hall about the certification program offered through Nutanix University and get a deep dive into the new Cloud Integration certification. 


Get an inside look into Nutanix certifications and deep dive into the new Cloud Integration certification as Dwayne Lessner, Technical Marketing Engineer, chats with Jeff Hall, Manager, Technical Certification Development. 

Dwayne and Jeff dive into the newly available NCP-CI certification that measures your ability to successfully plan, deploy, configure, and manage NC2 within an Azure or AWS public cloud environment.

Plus, they’ll discuss the importance of getting certified and how you can take advantage of certifications to level up your Nutanix skills. 


Ready to test your cloud integration skills? Check out these practice exam questions. 


An administrator has been tasked with scoping an AWS deployment for the corporate environment.  One of the requirements is to ensure that the bare metal instance will support up to 1024 GiB of memory. Which bare metal instance should the administrator choose?

A. m5d.metal

B. i4i.metal

C. i3.metal

D. z1d.metal


Answer: B



An administrator has been tasked with deploying an NC2 on Azure instance that must support workload VMs with 500 GiB of memory. Which solution most closely meets the requirements?

A. AN36 nodes

B. AN36P nodes

C. Standard_D8d nodes

D. Standard_B8pls nodes


Answer: A


This article was written by Karlie Beil, Sr. Customer Marketing Specialist. 


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