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Veritas Certified Specialist (VCS)

 

The first step to validate technical knowledge and competency is to become a Veritas Certified Specialist (VCS) based on your specific area of product expertise with a Veritas product. To achieve this level of certification, candidates must pass one invigilated VCS exam based on a combination of Veritas training material, commonly referenced product documentation and real-world job tasks.

Veritas Certified Professional (VCP)

 

The second step to proving technical knowledge and competency is to become a Veritas Certified Professional (VCP) based on a specific area of solution expertise with multiple Veritas products. The VCP programme validates skills and technical competencies necessary for Veritas professionals to design, architect and implement multiple solutions in Archiving and eDiscovery, Data Protection, and Storage Management and High Availability for UNIX environments. To achieve this level of certification, candidates must pass two or more VCS exams.

Storage management and high availability for UNIX

To earn this credential, you must pass one exam in each of the following products:

InfoScale Storage (formerly Storage Foundation) (pass one)

InfoScale Availability (formerly Cluster Server) (pass one)

Learn more about Veritas Certification exams.