HP ASE - BSM Operations Manager for Linux/UNIX Implementations v9

This certification validates that you have hands-on knowledge of Agent11, Flexible Management, Correlation, and Server Configuration.

Why earn this certification?

  • To demonstrate your skills and expertise in OML implementations
  • To enhance your career advancement and job satisfaction as a certified expert
  • To become part of a community of certified professionals for ongoing career
  • growth


Typical candidates for this certification include HPE Software professional consultants, partners, employees, and instructors with at least one year of field experience.

Skill level


Steps to acquire this certification

Before you begin:

Acquire access to The Learning Center and get an HPE Learner ID. Then create a profile with Pearson VUE, our exam delivery vendor.
Learn how in the Learning Center Assist Kit.

Step 1: Do you qualify for an upgrade path?

There are no upgrade paths available for this certification.

Step 2: Register or apply for this certification

Step 3: Verify or complete prerequisites

You must have 1 of these:

Step 4: Complete recommended training

Training is highly recommended. Training helps you pass the exam. Training is not required for most certifications. It is required for certain software certifications.

Training for Exam HP0-M204P: Advanced Operations Manager for Linux/UNIX 9.x Software exam
00379689 OMU120 - Operations Manager 9.x on UNIX/Linux Administration Essentials 5 days ILT, SCA Register
WBT = Web Based       ILT = Instructor Led       VILT = Virtual Instructor Led       VCR - Virtual Class Recorded       SCA = Special Course or Activity

Step 5: Pass the required exams

HP0-M204P Advanced Operations Manager for Linux/UNIX 9.x Software exam Register

Certification achieved

Three to five days after you complete all requirements, you receive an email notification. Then your status in The Learning Center becomes "acquired". Track your training and certification progress through your transcripts in The Learning Center.
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