NetApp Certified Support Engineer (NCSE) Preparation

Certified Support Engineer

NCSE Requirements
Candidates for NetApp Certified Support Engineer (NCSE) certification should have at least 6 to 12 months of experience with NetApp® solutions and technology, including on-site and remote support, general troubleshooting and root cause isolation, hardware replacement, documentation, node configuration, and software and firmware upgrades.

It is recommended that NCSE candidates first achieve the NetApp Certified Data Administrator (NCDA) certification.

Recommended preparation:

NS0-191 
NetApp Certified Support Engineer
Introduction to NetApp Storage System Basic Components (WBT)
Introduction to Clustered Data ONTAP Architecture (WBT)
Introduction to Aggregates and FlexVols in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to Networking in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to High-Availability in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to Data Protection in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to NFS in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to CIFS in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to WAFL and Snapshot in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to SAN in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to Storage System Monitoring and Manageability (WBT)
Introduction to Quotas in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to Clustered Data ONTAP Basic Troubleshooting (WBT)
Introduction to Name Services in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to Multi-Protocol Troubleshooting in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to Virtualization in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Introduction to Performance in Clustered Data ONTAP (WBT)
Storage Systems Recovery and Troubleshooting for Partners (ILT)
Clustered Data ONTAP Administration (ILT)
NS0-191 Practice test
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