This exam is currently retired. The exam number is E20-330 and the exam name is EMC Business Continuity Implementation. Professionals who wish to obtain EMCIE must successfully pass this exam. The recommended training was Symmetrix Business Continuity Implementation which lasted for 4 days. During the exam, candidates were tested on their understanding of tool used to alter the Symmetrix, EMC Storage Resource Management tools capture application information for Oracle, SRDF mode designed for moving large volumes of data, implications of using a symmir command to establish a device group, attributes of Virtual Devices, file system supports Quick I/O option, components for recovering from a disaster, implementing SRDF in Adaptive Copy Write Pending mode and controlling the TimeFinder operations of SRDF devices. Because the exam is discontinued, no information is available for the exam length and number of questions as well as the replacement exam.
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