Certified Workload Management Administrator
The Certified Workload Management Administrator is a new certification which validates skills necessary to install, configure, use and troubleshoot the PlateSpin Recon, PlateSpin Protect, and PlateSpin Migrate products.
PlateSpin® provides the most advanced data center automation solutions designed to optimize the use of server resources across the enterprise. Global 2000 companies use PlateSpin solutions to lower costs, improve services levels and solve today's most critical data center challenges including server consolidation, disaster recovery, and hardware migration. We have created the new Certified Workload Management Administrator certification. This certification covers Course 8008 - PlateSpin Workload Management Administration.
From this course you learn:
- How PlateSpin Recon remotely gathers workload utilization statistics for a clear and concise picture of the application services running in the data center and how their resources are being used.
- How PlateSpin Protect/Migrate enables hardware independent migrations of server workloads (operating system, applications and data) across x86 server infrastructure and rapidly recovers whole server workloads including data, applications and operating systems–all from a single point of control.
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As with all Novell certifications, course work is never required. One needs only to pass a certification test in order to achieve the certification. Please see the Test Registration tab for more information on testing.
Certified Workload Management Administrator courses include:
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The costs for the tests differ depending on the area of the world you live. For example, Standard Tests in the US cost $125 and the Practicum costs $195.
From time to time, Novell Training Services may require you to take an exam to keep current on the latest solutions and technologies. These exams are considered a Continuing Certification Requirement (CCR), which keep your skills up-to-date and keep your certification valuable in the marketplace.
Each candidate must submit the Novell Training Services Certification Agreement before certification can be awarded. Take advantage of submitting the agreement when you test. Or the agreement can be viewed and downloaded and the signature form returned to Novell.