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Joburg engineer first to pass new global certification

Claude Schuck of Veeam and Johan Grove of Aptronics
Claude Schuck of Veeam and Johan Grove of Aptronics

JOHANNESBURG,(CAJNews)- A JOHANNESBURG engineer, Johan Grové of Aptronics, has emerged first Veeam Certified Architect in South Africa.Veeam Software has introduced the advanced course for system engineers,Veeam Certified Engineer (Advanced: Design and Optimisation V1).Aimed at IT specialists who are looking to become industry-recognised architects on the Veeam Availability Suite solution, typically, the course would be of interest to system engineers and administrators, backup and virtualisation administrators, as well as solution architects and consultants.“As we move into the enterprise space, we find increasingly complex,integrated environments that require detailed planning and customisation of service and design before we even begin an installation of Veeam Availability Suite,” said Claude Schuck, regional manager for Africa at Veeam.
VMCE-A: D&O V1 was launched at VeeamON 2017 in New Orleans in May this year.Grové, a solutions expert at Aptronics, said the certification process included a written examination, as well as workshops during which we are required to develop and present their own system designs.“While the exam is quite challenging, it has helped advance my skills level when it comes to designing and optimising the Veeam AvailabilitySuite solution,” said Grové.
Founded in 2006, Veeam currently has 47 000 ProPartners and more than 242 000 customers worldwide. Veeam’s global headquarters are located in Baar, Switzerland.
– Techno

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