VCAP6-DCV Design Exam Preparation

By | September 11, 2016

For those pursuing the VCAP6-DCV Design exam  / 3V0-622 I’m creating a series of blog posts to help with your learning. The notes are all based on the official GA blueprint, my personal experience with the live exam, books and blog posts by other community members all of which I have acknowledged below.

If you have any questions about the exam, feel free to contact me on Twitter and I’ll get back to youvmw-lgo-cert-adv-pro-6-data-ctr-virt-design-k

Section 1 – Create a vSphere Conceptual Design

Section 2 – Create a vSphere 6.x Logical Design from an Existing Conceptual Design

Section 3 – Create a vSphere 6.x Physical Design from an Existing Logical Design

  • Objective 3.1 – Transition from a Logical Design to a vSphere 6.x Physical Design
  • Objective 3.2 – Create a vSphere 6.x Physical Network Design from an Existing Logical Design
  • Objective 3.3 – Create a vSphere 6.x Physical Storage Design from an Existing Logical Design
  • Objective 3.4 – Determine Appropriate Compute Resources for a vSphere 6.x Physical Design
  • Objective 3.5 – Determine Virtual Machine Configuration for a vSphere 6.x Physical Design
  • Objective 3.6 – Determine Data Center Management Options for a vSphere 6.x Physical Design
  • Quiz

 

Highly recommended reading (Alongside the acknowledgements)

Exam Blueprint

All VMware Whitepapers

VMware Hands on Labs

Acknowledgements

Hersey Cartwright for his book VMware vSphere 6.x Datacenter Design Cookbook

Paul McSharry for the VCAP5-DCD Official Cert Guide book

Chris Wahl & Steven Pantol for the Official Networking for VMware Administrators book

The guys at @vMusketeers for the VCAP6-DCV Design Quiz

Jordan Roth for tips on the exam  & details on how it is marked

3 thoughts on “VCAP6-DCV Design Exam Preparation

  1. Pingback: VCAP6-DCV GA Design Exam Experiance – VirtualG.UK

  2. VCAP Examiner

    You should really post the answers to questions once quiz is completed, and give the user a chance to review questions they got wrong.

    Reply
    1. virtualg Post author

      Thank you for the feedback. I’ll certainly do this and update the software.

      Reply

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