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Certification for SAN Storage

I want to know the entire flow involved in getting the Veritas certification for my SAN storage with Rhel 6.0 as the Underlying OS.

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If your hardware is NOT

If your hardware is NOT listed in the HCL, see the following:

Qualified hardware listed in the HCL is tested through the Symantec Technology Enabled Program (STEP). If you would like to have hardware considered for inclusion on this HCL, please contact your hardware partner to ensure they are a member of STEP and have submitted a request to have their product qualified with Storage Foundation.

Information on STEP is available at http://www.symantec.com/partners/programs/technology-partners/step.jsp 

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Hi, Training paths can be

Hi,

Training paths can be found here:

For Storage Foundation:

http://www.symantec.com/training/training_paths/path.jsp?pathID=sf_50_unix

 

For Cluster Server:

http://www.symantec.com/training/training_paths/path.jsp?pathID=vcs_50_unix

 

I also sawi on web that Symantec is planning to launch exam for version 6.0 which would be available by Feb 2012.

http://www.symantec.com/training/certification/path.jsp?pathID=250-252

 

Have a detailed look on above links

 

Gaurav

hey gaurav Thanks for ur

hey gaurav

Thanks for ur reply

u telling me how to get veritas cetification for an indvidual. But what I want to know is how to get Veritas certification for a product i.e. SAN storage.

SORT is your friend

Have you checked the Hardware Compatibility List(s)?

Start here: https://sort.symantec.com/documentation

Scroll down to Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability, find the SF/HA version for your OS and click on the Compatibility lists link.

The HCL for SF/HA 6.0 can be found here: http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH170013

Compatibility lists for SF/HA 5.1 SP1 can be found here: https://sort.symantec.com/documents/doc_details/sfha/5.1%20SP1/Linux/CompatibilityLists/

 

Oops .. sorry, I

Oops .. sorry, I misunderstood,  so is your SAN not listed in HCL as asked by Marianne ?

 

what SAN you are using ?

 

G

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If your hardware is NOT

If your hardware is NOT listed in the HCL, see the following:

Qualified hardware listed in the HCL is tested through the Symantec Technology Enabled Program (STEP). If you would like to have hardware considered for inclusion on this HCL, please contact your hardware partner to ensure they are a member of STEP and have submitted a request to have their product qualified with Storage Foundation.

Information on STEP is available at http://www.symantec.com/partners/programs/technology-partners/step.jsp 

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