Exam ID HPE2-T35
Exam type Web based
Exam duration 1 hour 30 minutes
Exam length 60 questions
Passing score 70%
Delivery languages Japanese, English
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Exam description

This exam tests candidates' knowledge and skills on the HPE OneView product and solutions. Topics covered in this exam include positioning the HPE OneView product in data center environments and its architecture. Additional topics include managing enclosures, servers, and server profiles, resource health monitoring, Environmental Resource Manager, appliance security, and REST API.

Ideal candidate for this exam

This exam is intended for consultants, sales engineers, and pre-sales engineers who will recommend, design, and demonstrate HPE server solutions, particularly HPE OneView.

Exam contents

This exam has 60 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
  • Matching
  • Multiple choice (multiple responses)
  • Drag-and-drop
  • Point and click

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This exam validates that you can:
Managing infrastructure with HPE OneView
  • Explain how Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView simplifies infrastructure automation
  • Describe the structure of the HPE OneView architecture
  • Name the benefits of using the HPE OneView ecosystem and automation, DevOps Tools, etc. (plug-ins)
  • Outline the integrations HPE OneView offers for virtualization management products for VMware vCenter and Microsoft System Center
  • Describe the process for addresses and identifiers
  • Explain how to back up and restore an HPE OneView appliance
  • Identify and describe the common management and automation solution building blocks including, Security, Monitoring,  Image Repository, Config Mgmt
HPE OneView Requirements
  • Outline the environments the virtual appliance can be hosted in
  • Outline the benefits of the composer over virtual appliance
  • Describe the details of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView licensing and licensing-problem scenarios
  • List options for HPE OneView product support
Adding and configuring devices under management in HPE OneView
  • Describe the process to configure networks in HPE OneView
  • Describe Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView managed device support for HPE Synergy, HPE BladeSystem, and HPE ProLiant servers
  • Explain how to add, configure, and manage storage systems in HPE OneView
  • Explain how to manage and configure facilities infrastructure (racks, PDUs, etc)
  • Explain how to manage firmware with HPE OneView
Server Profiles
  • Outline the features and functions of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView server profiles (boot order, BIOS settings, etc)
  • Explain the benefits of a server profile template
Resource monitoring
  • Describe the key resource health monitoring operations of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView
  • Explain how to set up an email notification when a status alert is generated
  • Explain how to access predefined reports about environment status in OneView
  • Describe how the HPE OneView Environmental Resource Manager (ERM) is integrated into the data center
  • Explain how HPE OneView collects and displays utilization data
  • Describe the ERM topology configuration process
HPE OneView Security
  • List the security features and functions of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) OneView
  • Describe the concepts of management user authentication as they apply to HPE OneView (Two-factor authentication, scope-based access control, etc.)
Using the REST API with HPE OneView
  • Explain why the Representational State Transfer (REST) application programming interface (API) is important
  • Explain how to use the Representational State Transfer (REST) application programming interface (API) for basic operations
  • Explain how to use the HPE OneView PowerShell Library, Python, etc.