The VCAC510 exam consists of 50 questions and a short pre-exam survey consisting of 5 questions. The time limit for the VCAC510 exam is 75 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes to complete the survey questions and agreements, in cases where a survey is offered.
The passing score for this VCAC510 exam is 300, using a scaled scoring method. The scale is from 100-500. Scaled scores are calculated using a mathematical formula that considers a variety of factors, including the number and type of exam questions included in a specific version of the exam.
The VCAC510 VMware Certified Associate – Cloud exam tests potential VCA candidates on their ability to identify technical requirements for cloud infrastructure virtualization and then align them with the technical products and solutions that meet those requirements.
Below are the details of VMware VCAC510 exam objectives.
Module 1 – Define the types of Cloud computing and discuss the challenges associated with them.
Objective 1.1 – Define the types of Cloud computing.
Objective 1.2 – Discuss the challenges that VMware Cloud products are intended to resolve.
Module 2 – Describe VMware’s Cloud products, features, and components.
Objective 2.1 – Define the components of the Software-Defined Enterprise
Objective 2.2 – Evaluate how vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) automates the delivery of IT services.
Objective 2.3 – Measure how vCenter Operations Manager provides comprehensive visibility and insights into the performance, capacity and health of your infrastructure.
Objective 2.4 – Discover how VMware vCloud Connector links your internal private Cloud with public Clouds, so you can manage them as a single hybrid environment.
Objective 2.5 – Examine how VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM) provides automated orchestration and non-disruptive testing for virtualized applications.
Objective 2.6 – Identify vSphere products that extend the capabilities of the vCloud Suite.
Module 3 – Use VMware products, features, and components to solve modern business challenges.
Objective 3.1 – Align VMware products, features, and components to the Elasticity, Efficiency, Availability, and Management challenges of a business.