Lock in your AOS 6.5 skills and prove your knowledge with newly updated training and certifications. Continue reading to find out more…
We’ve updated our popular associate and professional level training and certifications to cover Nutanix AOS 6.5. There’s also an exciting limited time offer available for both certifications to complete the beta exam, which allows you to complete the exam for free and provide feedback to shape the final exam!
If you’re relatively new to Nutanix and want a feature-focused introduction to Prism Central and its various capabilities, this course is your starting point.
Focused on getting you working with and exploring the Nutanix platform as quickly as possible, the course covers:
Key Nutanix product and cluster related concepts
Setting up a Nutanix cluster from Prism Central and Prism Element
The NCA exam tests your ability to:
Navigate the Prism UI
Extrapolate information from the UI
Use the UI for basic operational tasks
Successful candidates have 6-12 months of IT infrastructure experience, as well as 3-6 months of experience with Nutanix virtualization.
The NCA v6.5 exam is now open for beta testing at no charge! As a beta tester, you get free early access to the exam and help us refine the exam. Don’t wait, this offer is only available to the first 250 participants and ends September 18, 2022.
Register for the exam here after you’ve completed the NHCF course and use the discount code NCA65BETAFREE at checkout. After you’ve registered, download the Exam Blueprint Guide. This will walk you through the exam outline and process so you know what to expect on exam day. UPDATE: The beta exam registration is full and closed. Live exam scheduling opens from October, 2022. Thank you to everyone who participated!
Note, the AOS 5.20 version of the NCA exam will retire on January 27, 2023.
If you already have experience with administering a Nutanix environment, this course will broaden your existing knowledge as you grow in your career as a Nutanix administrator.
Designed with Prism Central as the focal point, this course illustrates the breadth and depth of Nutanix’s centralized management capabilities, and allows you to explore the wide variety of features that are available in this one, single web console.
The NCP-MCI exam tests your ability to interpret documented standards and
procedures to complete routine tasks, such as:
Deploying and managing virtual infrastructure components and VMs
Performing operational maintenance tasks
Initiating disaster recovery
Successful candidates have 1-2 years of IT infrastructure experience and 6-12 months of Nutanix virtualization experience.
The NCP-MCI v6.5 exam is now open for beta testing at no charge! As a beta tester, you get free early access to the exam and help us refine the exam. Don’t wait, this offer is only available to the first 250 participants and ends September 18, 2022.
After you’ve completed the ECA course, register for the exam here and use the discount code NCPMCI65BETAFREE at checkout. Once you’ve registered, download the Exam Blueprint Guide. This covers the exam outline and process so you know what to expect on exam day. UPDATE: The beta exam registration is full and closed. Live exam scheduling opens from October, 2022. Thank you to everyone who participated!
Note, the 5.20 version of the NCP-MCI exam will retire on February 10, 2023.
Find out more about Nutanix training and certification.
This article was written by Karlie Beil, Customer Marketing Specialist.
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