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  1. Shawn Bolan
    Shawn Bolan at |

    Any projected ETA?

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  2. Gabi
    Gabi at |

    Hi,

    Really interested in this.

    I did the VCP5-DCV course, but have not done the exam yet. The instructor was brilliant however, the course failed to provide the material that most of us needed. Such a big gap between the VCP5 and VCP5-DCV course.

    This material would really aid, to get a bigger understand, specially for those that don’t work in VMware large data centers.

    Thanks very much in advanced,

    G.

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    1. a
      a at |

      Gabi, VCP & VCP-DCV is EXACTLY the same cert, the name was changed because there was a need to specify to what part of the VMware stack it belongs. There is no such course for VCP5-DCV or VCP5, there is just the ICM (install configure manage) that applies for that cert (fast track also does).

      Looking foward for this great book Chris!

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      1. Gabi
        Gabi at |

        A,

        Thanks for your reply.

        You are right, my apologies, long day! Writing a couple of things and copied+pasted wrong thing.

        I meant to say VCAP4-DCD!

        Thanks for rectifying that :)

        Thanks,

        G

  3. Eric Shanks
    Eric Shanks at |

    Congrats on the Book. I know that you and Steve are two of the brightest when it comes to vSphere and Networking. This is sure to be a great book.
    I’ll need to own this one for my bookshelf.

    -Eric

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  4. sketch
    sketch at |

    Wow – 9-months notice? Couldn’t we just get VCP & CCNA certified before March of ’14? granted, the book is needed but wouldn’t there be a better ROI on Time*Cost/Certification and be more immediate.

    Just sayin’ is all… /snark

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  5. Jason Boche
    Jason Boche at |

    Congrats guys – I’m looking forward to this one!

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  6. Vladan
    Vladan at |

    Looks like another must-have publication is born. Big congratz to both authors. -:).

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  7. Alex
    Alex at |

    Please have kindle version as well

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  9. Cloud-Matador (@CloudMatador)
    Cloud-Matador (@CloudMatador) at |

    looking forward for the book

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  12. hashedupit
    hashedupit at |

    Have the book! Its awesome……buy it. You won’t be disappointed, and if you are, well write a better one…….I dare you!!!

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