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    Arrow VCP6-DTM worth it?

    Hey Guys,

    I need to renew my VCP5-DCV and i'm thinking to take VCP6-DTM exam so, do you think it worth it ?
    and what are study resources to go for it ?
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    Do you now or in the future plan on being a VDI admin? If so, then yes I'd say it's worth it. Otherwise, no not really. Most people don't even know what it is.
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    I've failed it, so it is my own personal White Whale. I'll pass it no matter what.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markulous View Post
    Do you now or in the future plan on being a VDI admin? If so, then yes I'd say it's worth it. Otherwise, no not really. Most people don't even know what it is.
    No i'm not VDI admin i just want to learn new technology and add it to my skills, that's it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wagnaard View Post
    I've failed it, so it is my own personal White Whale. I'll pass it no matter what.
    what are your resources for studying ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenEyes View Post
    No i'm not VDI admin i just want to learn new technology and add it to my skills, that's it!
    Well, then sounds like you answered your own question if it's worth it or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenEyes View Post
    No i'm not VDI admin i just want to learn new technology and add it to my skills, that's it!
    I don't think the certification itself will add value to your CV, but the skills might. There's a lot to deploying a successful VDI environment. The current exam does not seem to cover App Volumes, which is a good addition to Horizon. I suspect it will be covered in the next version of the exam. If you're going to learn VDI, you'll definitely want to play around with App Volumes too.

    My VCP-DCV expires Dec 1. I haven't decided if I'm going to renew it, but the VCP-DTM would be the easiest way for me to renew it.
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