If you’re preparing for the VCP-NV 2023 exam, also known as 2V0-41.20, you might wonder what resources can help you pass. As someone who recently passed the exam, I want to share some of the study resources I used and my tips for success.
One of the best resources I found was the Pluralsight course, VCP-NV 2022: VMware Certified Professional – Network Virtualization (2V0-41.20). This eight-hour course provides a comprehensive overview of networking concepts and includes labs you can follow. I found this course helpful because it explained how things were done differently in NSX-T compared to previous versions.
If you don’t have the resources to run a full NSX implementation in your home lab, I highly recommend using VMware Hands On Labs. This free resource is a great way to learn by doing.
Using Your Home lab
I spent a lot of time practicing with NSX in my home lab. This allowed me to get hands-on experience with the platform and learn how things work in a production environment. I even found a way to install NSX from vCenter that wasn’t covered in the Pluralsight course.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any official practice exams. Instead, I made notes on everything listed in the exam guide and watched resources like vBrownBag‘s YouTube video on NSX-T. Even though the video was for a previous version, many of the concepts were still relevant.
In conclusion, these study resources were invaluable in helping me pass the VCP-NV 2023 exam. I hope they can be of service to you as well. Remember to practice and study consistently, and you’ll be on your way to passing the exam.