VCP-NV Blueprint Breakdown

I spent the last few weeks breaking down the VCP-NV v1.0 blueprint as best as I could. I wanted to share it with the community and hopefully it will help someone else out.

The blueprint is pretty extensive for a VCP level exam, but there are several sections that mirror other sections in other blueprints. The tools provided in the blueprint document are very close to everything you would need to break it down. I found that some of the tools simply weren’t good enough to provide proper information. So I added links to them at the bottom of this post. I spent countless hours in the VMware Hands-on-Labs running through the NSX interface and CLI. I probably loaded HOL-SDC-1303 over 50 times all together. Bottom line, if you don’t have direct access to NSX, other than deployment those HOLs will pretty much provide you with anything you need to do in the VCP-NV blueprint. I suggest going through those labs multiple times.

All in all, this is hopefully helpful to you in your studies. I’ll update things as I catch them as wrong or lacking in the document.

You can find the breakdown here

Helpful sites –

http://www.yet.org/2014/09/nsxv-troubleshooting/

http://blogs.vmware.com/management/2014/05/vcac-nsx-dynamically-configuring-application-specific-network-services.html

http://blogs.vmware.com/networkvirtualization/tag/vmware-nsx

Helpful HOL training –

HOL-SDC-1303

HOL-SDC-1404

HOL-SDC-1425

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