Introducing the latest Nutanix University certification: Nutanix Certified Professional - Database Automation (NCP-DB). Earning this certification validates your abilities to deploy, administer, optimize, and troubleshoot database workloads using Nutanix Era. The first exam appointments will begin September 1, but registration is open now.
Once you’ve registered, get started preparing for the exam by taking the free online Nutanix Database Administration (NDBA) training course. You’ll learn important Nutanix Era terms and concepts, how to implement role-based access control (RBAC), and much more!
Log in to your Nutanix University account and get started today.
This blog post was written by Karlie Beil, Marketing Specialist
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