EMC E20-661 : Celerra Specialist Exam for Platform Engineers Exam
The EMC E20-661 (Celerra Specialist Exam for Platform Engineers) exam serves as a qualifier for the EMC Celerra Platform Engineer certification track. This exam will allow candidates to display their proficiency and knowledge with EMC Celerra system tasks that involve basic configuration using native wizards, adding storage to the array, providing storage IP and FC-connected hosts, and FRU/CRU replacement. The ideal candidate for this exam will have completed the Celerra related eLearning courses offered by EMC and be familiar with products such as Celerra NS-120, NS-480, and NX4 platforms, Celerra 6.0, CLARiiON Arrays, ConnectHome, and Unisphere.
This 90-minute EMC E20-661 exam contains around 65 questions that cover a variety of topics related to the objective. Follwing is a list of potential exam topics: NS Series Installation and Maintenance, Unified QuickStart: Product Installation and Configuration Overview, Unified QuickStart NS-120, NS-480, and NX4 Hardware Overview and Installation, Unified QuckStart: Initial Initialization and Configuration using CSA, Unified QuickStart: Basic Implementation using Provisioning Wizards, Unified QuickStart: Provisioning for FC-connected Hosts, Unified QuickStart: Basic Management Overview, and Unified QuickStart: Basic Maintenance and Storage Provisioning.
This general list of exam topics is meant to serve as a general guide to aid in preparation. Examinees are responsible for any additional content related to each exam topic area that may appear on the exam. For additional exam preparation resources, including e-Learning and video educational courses and practice exams, please review EMC's Proven Professional website.