Introducing EMCIE Backup and Recovery - Avamar Specialist Certification!

Due to the overwhelming popularity and increasing demand for EMC Avamar certifications, the EMC Proven Professional Program has introduced a new role-based Avamar Specialist-level exam and credential for the EMCIE (Implementation Engineer) track.

 

The new certification is supported by curricula covering the most recent version of Avamar product features and functionality and is acheived by passing the following exam:

 

E20-594 Backup and Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers. Click here to view the exam description.

 

 

This exam and credential has replaced the Avamar Backup and Data Deduplication Product/Technology Specific certification and the E22-280 Avamar Backup and Data Deduplication Exam (retired on July 15, 2010).

 

Please select the statement that best describes your Avamar training and certification status:

 

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A.  I have yet to take EMC Avamar training

 

 

If you have taken the EMC Avamar Administration, Installation and Configuration Instructor-Led course after April 26, 2010 and hold a valid EMC Proven Professional Associalte-level credential, you are well positioned to become an EMCIE (Implementation Engineer) Backup and Recovery – Avamar Specialist!

 

We highly encourage you to prepare, take, and pass the E20-594 Backup and Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers. Click here to view the exam description. To gauge your preparedness, view the supporting curriculum, practice test, and exam description for the E20-594 Backup and Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers, refer to the EMC Proven Professional program at http://Education.EMC.com.

 

If you do not have a valid EMC Proven Professional Associate-level certification, we recommend that you look into Information Storage and Management (ISM) training and certification exam (E20-001). Click here to findout more about the ISM certification.

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this program update, you can always find us in the EMC Proven Advisor: Ask Us area of the Community.

 

 

B.  I’ve already taken EMC Avamar training

 

 

If you have taken the EMC Avamar Administration, Installation and Configuration Instructor-Led course prior to April 26, 2010, we highly encourage you to prepare, for the E20-594 Backup and Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers by taking the EMC Avamar Installation and Configuration Video ILT. Then, take and pass the exam.

 

Click here to view the exam description. To gauge your preparedness, view the supporting curriculum, practice test, and exam description for the E20-594 Backup and Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers, refer to the EMC Proven Professional program at http://Education.EMC.com.

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this program update, you can always find us in the EMC Proven Advisor: Ask Us area of the Community.

 

 

C.  I’m an Avamar certified EMC Proven Professional

 

 

We have excellent news for EMC Proven Professionals with EMCPT (Product/Technology Specific) Avamar Backup and Deduplication credentials!

 

The E22-280 Avamar Backup and Data Deduplication Exam was retired on July 15th 2010, however your certification does not expire.  As a certified EMC Proven Professional, you will continue to gain access to exclusive program benefits that are designed to keep you current on your technical specialty.

 

Best of all, as an already Avamar certified EMC Proven Professional, you will be granted an EMCIE Backup and Recovery – Avamar Specialist credential after July 16, 2010 - provided that you hold a valid EMC Proven Professional Associate-level credential.

 

If you do not have a valid EMC Proven Professional Associate-level certification, we recommend that you look into Information Storage and Management (ISM) training and certification exam (E20-001). Click here to findout more about the ISM certification.

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this program update, you can always find us in the EMC Proven Advisor: Ask Us area of the Community.