VMware retires three exams at the end of October

You’re likely to have heard of VMware Certified Advanced Professional exams (VCAP), which are based upon vSphere 5. It doesn’t seem so surprising that three of them will be retired. On October 31, 2016, older exams will be retired. Here they are:
VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Data Center Administration (VCAP5DCA)Exam VDCA550
VMware Certified Advanced Professional 5 – Data Center Design (VCAP5DCD)Exam VDCD550
VMware Certified Implementation Expert — Virtualization (VCIXNV)Exam VXN610
It is indeed a great news that the GA version VCAP6 exams has been released after we modified an original plan. You don’t have to worry about what your next steps will be towards your career goals or earning certification in the IT industry. You can pass any exam if you plan to do so before retirement. If you have an older version of the exam that you signed up for and your appointment falls on the retirement date, it’s easy to set a new date or contact Pearson VUE to get a repayment to take the updated version.
After October 31, 2016, VMware will no longer be able to accept new registrations for the above-listed exams. You must schedule a new exam appointment before November 30, 2016 if you want to register for the exams listed above.
Are you curious about the latest arrivals? The VMware Certification program has been hard at work for three months (that’s for the entire summer!) to provide you with the most recent versions of the exams.
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