I just finished the class portion of the VCA-DCV (VMWare Certified Associate-Data Center Virtualization). The class is better than others I have attended online but it is still painfully dull.
I did in fact learn about a cool piece of tech that is part of the VMWare suite. VSA, or Virtual Storage appliance. This is a set of tools that allows you to share non networked storage as if it were network attached. This allow you to set up things like VMotion and HA. I may have to try this in my lab. (Or I could just get an actual NAS switch for my filer) Anyways, I think one or 2 more times through the class lessons will be enough to make me ready for the test. I am also going through the VCA-Cloud lessons. I figure since the tests are half price right now I should take advantage and sit them both.