NCA Certification Exam Now Open for Registration

  • 9 November 2020
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NCA Certification Exam Now Open for Registration
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A few weeks ago we announced a new level for Nutanix certification, the Nutanix Certified Associate (NCA). The beta version of this exam has closed, but starting today you can now register for the live version of the exam, the first available date will be December 8.

The NCA program is designed for IT professionals with 6-12 months of experience, or IT managers who are not engaged with Nutanix systems on a day-to-day basis. Earning this certification proves that you have the skills needed to navigate a Nutanix Cluster and to assist in operating and managing a Nutanix Enterprise Cloud.

If this program sounds right for you, you can go ahead register for your exam date now - it costs just USD $99. While you’re waiting, we suggest using this time to prepare:

  1. Download the exam blueprint to review the knowledge objectives

  2. Complete the Nutanix Hybrid Cloud Fundamentals training course (available online or as instructor-led training)

  3. Take the practice exam 

These 3 steps will help ensure that once your exam date arrives, you’ll be primed for success.

Good luck! 

This post was written by Jill Liles, Sr Marketing Manager for Nutanix University

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