Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE)
The VMCE certification is documented proof that an administrator or engineer has the necessary level of expertise to deploy, configure and manage Veeam Availability Suite.
The exam tests knowledge provided in the Veeam Certified Engineer training course, product release notes and user guides. It is recommended that exam takers have a minimum of six months professional experience prior to sitting the exam.
Attending the Veeam Availability Suite v11: Configuration and Management training course is required prior to sitting the VMCE exam.
How to Prepare for Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) Certification?
- Spend a minimum of four to six weeks studying and practicing. The VMCE exam is not easy, a passing score is 70% - studying is critical and application key.
- The Exam Study Guide is a key reference tool and can be found in your digital Courseware kit. It provides links to learning tools and documentation for each exam objective, such as white papers, user guides, videos and more.
- Refer to FREE how-to videos and online training on topics you need to reinforce. There is an exhaustive Video Resource Library of easy-to-view videos for your convenience on Veeam.com.
- Register for and browse Veeam community forums. In addition, a quick browser search will result in numerous opportunities to engage with a community of VMCE peers and bloggers sharing their tips, suggestions, and resources for preparing.