Veeam Certified Engineer - VMCE
The VMCE certification is documented proof that an administer or engineer has the necessary level of expertise to protect an organization’s data with Veeam Availability Suite. It is a great investment for an IT professional looking to increase productivity, reduce operation costs, propel personal career advancement and achieve industry recognition.
What do you need to become a Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE)?
Step 1: Attend a training course
Attend the three-day Veeam Availability Suite v11: Configuration and Management (VASv11CM) training course. You'll get a technical deep dive on how to configure and administrate Veeam Availability Suite.
Step 2: Pass the exam
To schedule the VMCE exam, login to your Veeam.com account and follow the link to Pearson VUE. Select Global Knowledge as your testing center. The passing score for the VMCE exam is 70% or higher.
Follow the training course Veeam Backup and Replication v11: Architecture and Design (VBRv11AD)