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    Default Worth it for a VMware admin

    I have some basic knowledge of the UCS platform but need to get a better understanding as my new day to day role involves them. I am mainly a windows server/VMware guy who is looking to get more UCS understanding but not trying to learn how to configure routers and switches.

    Would this be a good exam for me or should I stay on my VCP track?
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    I probably wouldn't worry about the exam, but Cisco has some nice UCS courses I'd look at.
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    Can you point me to them? Any books?
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    I took the DCUCI Implementation and DCUCT Troubleshooting not long ago and they were good courses. I haven't taken the DCUCD Design one though.
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    Yeah good for a VMware admin if your VMware is running on UCS.
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