Veeam Backup and Replication and the whole Veeam Availability suite is one of the leading data protection products used by millions of admins. The product got more sophisticated over time so to get the most out of it, the best way is to study and pass the Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) exam. But how to study? By using Veeam VMCE Study Guide.
An IT industry has invented the certification not to make a diploma pretty, but to give the necessary knowledge to students who will be more efficient in their daily jobs.
If you’re looking for a job today, not only you’ll be required to have VMware, Microsoft or AWS certifications. Veeam is now the most demanding certification as well.
Job recruiters are looking for people with knowledge around the availability solution that protects virtual and physical environments. The ability to list VMCE in your resume is getting a must have.
The Veeam VMCE certification is documented proof that an engineer possesses the necessary level of expertise to correctly deploy, configure and administrate Veeam Availability Suite V9. It is a great investment for an IT professional looking to increase productivity, reduce operating costs, propel personal career advancement and achieve industry recognition.
The VMCE exam includes 50 randomized questions from each of the course modules. The exam must be taken at a Pearson VUE local testing facility. The VMCE certification is awarded to scores of 70% or higher.
Architectural choices, components placement, best practices, installations, plus many many good things you’ll learn which will give you more knowledge and more confidence when studying towards VMCE certification.
Quote from Rhys:
Originally, the book was going to cover the basics around studying for the VMCE along with listing resources available such as the unofficial practice exams, write-ups, etc. Once Rose saw the early draft though she suggested we expanded the book by adding module guides, these would include key learning goals/outcomes, key terms, learning suggestions, concept checks and even a practice exam for every module from the VMCE courseware. These module guides quickly became the focus of the book filled with insight, tips and tricks from an experienced VMCT scattered throughout the chapter.
Rhys source article about the VMCE Study guide is here.
The content of the book is organized to Modules and Concepts checks with practice tests solutions with Q and A.
- Chapter 1: What is the VMCE?
- Chapter 2: What are the benefits of the VMCE
- Chapter 3: What is the VMCE course?
- Chapter 4: What is the VMCE exam?
- Chapter 5: What don’t you need to study?
- Chapter 6: What should you study?
- Chapter 7: Module Guide
- Chapter 7: What else?
- Chapter 8: Certification Maintenance
- Chapter 9: What’s next
- Chapter 10: Concept Checks and Practice Tests Solutions
Download your copy here. (It’s donationware, so you can also buy it).
While the book is available for free, we’ve left the suggested price at $4.99 USD, readers just need to select the $0.00 price during checkout to download for free. Rose and I are very thankful to the readers who have paid for the book with any money raised going towards printing hard copies.
It’s certainly a book to have whether you want to pass VMCE or not. If you’re using Veeam in your environment, definitely get a copy.
Source: Rhys Blog
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