The VMware Certified Technical Associate – End-User Computing (VCTA-EUC) certification holder has entry level knowledge of enduser computing and endpoint management concepts. The certification holder has high-level awareness of VMware's End-User Computing products and solutions. The certification holder has the ability to perform basic operations with VMware Digital Workspace products.
(Recommended) Attend one of the training courses
The VMware Certified Technical Associate (VCTA) is a new credential offered by VMware that validates the skills and knowledge required by candidates performing operational tasks within a virtualized infrastructure, in areas across multi-cloud operations, networking, security, and device management. The training provides hands-on practice and learning for both new and experienced technical students.
The VCTA is for anyone new to the industry, whether as a newly graduating student, someone changing careers, or someone working in the industry and looking for opportunities to advance. The VCTA is built for those performing an operator job role, consisting of those Day 2 type of regular, repeated tasks typically delegated by administrators of virtualized environments.
Prepare for the exam by taking the available training aligned to the same objectives as the exam. This training is online and can be accessed through VMware Customer Connect Learning.
You can take the exam at either a Pearson VUE test center or at a home, office or work location using the Pearson OnVue remote proctored solution. When registering for the exam, you will have the option of selecting your location to take the exam.
Note: PearsonVUE does not deliver OnVue remote proctored exams in the following countries: China, Cuba, Iran, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Sudan and Slovenia due to County Restrictions.
The VCTA exam is a proctored exam, meaning that as you take the exam, there will be a proctor monitoring the exam, to both protect the integrity of the exam as well as validate that the candidate is answering the questions on their own and not leveraging outside help or resources.
Digital Workspace (DW) solution track has changed to End-User Computing (EUC). Both Desktop Management and Digital Workspace certifications are part of the EUC domain, although they each relate to different roles. While both domains relate to managing devices and applications for end users, the purposes, use cases, platforms, hosting and methods are different. Click here to learn more.