03-11-2012 08:50 AM
I passed HP CSA Exam . Please guide me to take the HP CSE certification .
Which all certification I need to cover to get CSE . In my hp smart portal profile I can see the next level as HP0-P21 and HP0-P17 .
But I wish to take the Service guard exam . Can I take the HP0-P21 and Service guard exam to get the HP CSE certification , If possible please given me the exam code for service guard
04-13-2012 06:39 PM
Certified System Engineer (CSE) Specialty in High Availability HP-UX 11i v3
- CSA HP-UX 11i v3 and
- HP0-A02 and
- Complete CSA HP-UX 11i v3 training and certification as shown above and
- Ignite-UX (H1978S) and
- HP-UX security (H3541S) and
- HP-UX logical volume manager (H6285S) and
- HP-UX VERITAS Volume Manager (HB505S) and
- HP Serviceguard I (H6487S) and
- HP Serviceguard II: ContinentalClusters, CFS, & Oracle RAC (U8601S) and
- 1+ years HP-UX and Serviceguard administration experience
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04-20-2012 01:20 PM
You have to pass the advanced System admin exam HP0-A02
its a hard test.. I work with hpux regularly and I failed it the first time (by 4 points). and then passed it after reviewing things. If you retake a exam you will not necessarily get all of the same questions.
Then you have to pass a Subject exam like HA HP0-P19 which encompasses the ServiceGuard exam but know a little about oracle RAC and virtualization for this test.
Hope this helps.. I passed the P19 exam at HP Discover so it was free.
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