Symantec 250-700 : Implementation of High Availability Solutions for Windows (Veritas Cluster Server 4.1) Exam
This Symantec 250-700 (Implementation of High Availability Solutions for Windows (Veritas Cluster Server 4.1)) exam is a requirement for candidates in pursuit of a professional certification and will allow he or she to show their mastery of tasks that involve administration, installation, and operation of the Veritas Cluster Server on a Windows platform. This 90-minute exam has a minimum passing score of 65% to earn certification.
The Symantec 250-700 exam contains six sections of items for candidates to address through various forms of explanation, description, and other tasks. The following is a list of general exam topics:
-Verify and adjust pre-installation environment, (e.g. verifying software, patches, security tasks)
-Perform installation of software (e.g. describing various installation processes and assessing configuration diagrams)
- Document and Maintenance procedures (e.g. describing procedures for adding/removing various resources and nodes and defining steps to add clusters, etc.)
- Configure the high availability environment (e.g. describe cluster communication set-up, list components of a service group, steps in configuring services groups, etc.)
-Advanced Configuration (e.g. describe trigger locations and roles, determining attributes, configuring high availability environment for SQL server, etc.)
-Validate implementation and make adjustments for high availability (e.g. determining outcomes, describing uses of VCS simulator, etc.)
Examinees can expect each topic category to require in-depth explanation of specific tasks related to each topic. This is meant only as a guide for preparation and not to be an all-inclusive list of topics. Other topics from course materials and those deemed appropriate based on work experience are subject to appear on this exam.