Exam ID HP0-M200P
Exam type Performance based exams
Exam duration 3 hours
Exam length 85 questions
Passing score 70%
Delivery languages English
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Exam description

This exam tests your knowledge on topics like:
  • BSM architecture and administration
  • RTSM and IT Modeling
  • End User Monitoring
  • SiteScope & SAM
  • SLM & Service Health
  • Omi Service intelligence

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Typical candidate is a HPE Software technical professional who consults, teaches, or creates automated testing solutions. Examples of job roles include:
  • HPE Software certified instructor
  • HPE Software partners
  • HPE Software employees e.g. professional services, managed services, customer support, presales

Exam contents

This exam has 85 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
  • Multiple choice (multiple responses)
  • Multiple choice (single response)
  • Other

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This exam validates that you can:

Section 1: BSM architecture & administration

  • 1.1. BSM Architecture
  • 1.2. BSM Administration
  • 1.3 Troubleshooting BSM

Section 2: RTSM & IT Modelling

  • 2.1 RTSM/CMDB Concepts
  • 2.2 Reading and writing TQL (Topology Query Language)
  • 2.3 Basic IT Modeling in the RTSM
  • 2.4 RTSM Architecture & Configuration
  • 2.5 DFM (mainly Discovery)

Section 3: End User Monitoring

  • 3.1 BPM Concept
  • 3.2 BPM Agent Communication & Configuration
  • 3.3 RUM Concept
  • 3.4 RUM Architecture & Configuration
  • 3.5 End User problem tracking

Section 4: SiteScope & SAM

  • 4.1. SiteScope Architecture & protocols
  • 4.2. SiteScope Admin & Reports
  • 4.3 SAM Application

Section 5: SLM & Service Health

  • 5.1 SLM Concept, Terminology and Workflow
  • 5.2 SLA Admin & Reports
  • 5.3 Repositories
  • 5.4 My BSM
  • 5.5 Service Health Concept
  • 5.6 Service Health Application

Section 6: OMi

  • 6.1 OMi Concept and Business Logic
  • 6.2 Operation with Business (Application)
  • 6.3 CI resolution
  • 6.4 Event Type indicator resolution
  • 6.5 Event Processing Interface
  • 6.6 Integration Adapter
  • 6.4 Performance Manager i

Section 7: Service intelligence

  • 7.1 Service Healyh Analizer Concept
  • 7.1 Service Healyh Reporter Concept
  • 7.1 Service Healyh Optimizer Concept

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