Exam ID HP0-M92
Exam type Performance based exams
Exam duration 3 hour(s)
Exam length 120 questions
Passing score 70%
Delivery languages English
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Exam description

This exam tests your skills on Advanced Service Manager 9.2 software.  These skills include (but not limited to) the following:
• advanced configuration, advanced features of clients
• outcome of integration methodologies
• processes supported in SM9, non-ITIL related tool functions
• tailoring tools across processes and functions
• supporting data for operation of Service Manager
• security settings and how they interrelate
• authentication deployment and topology
• JGROUPS and Servlet topology
• WAN/LAN/VLAN limitations and supported configurations
• client deployment topology
• authoritative data sources
• reporting solution that best suits the reporting requirement
• database debugging parameters and interpretation
• adding and changing security

Who should take this exam?

The exam is for technical implementers of Service Manager 9.2 with about a year of field experience. Examples of job roles include:
  • Consultant
  • Partner
  • Technical Spport
  • Certified training instructor

Exam contents

This exam has 120 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
  • Other

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Objectives

This exam validates that you can successfully perform the following:
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  • Describe advanced configurations
  • Identify advanced features of clients
  • Describe the outcome of integration methodologies
  • Identify the processes supported in SM9
  • Identify non-ITIL related tool functions
  • Describe the purpose of the tailoring tools across processes and functions
  • Describe supporting data for operation of Service Manager
  • Describe security settings and how they interrelate
  • Describe authentication deployment and topology
  • Describe the JGROUPS and Servlet topology
  • Describe the WAN/LAN/VLAN limitations and supported configurations
  • Describe the client deployment topology
  • Identify authoritative data sources
  • Identify the reporting solution that best suits the reporting requirement
  • Identify bottlenecks and hot spots
  • Describe the Windows client installation
  • Describe the web client deployment
  • Describe the advanced parameters of the sm.ini file
  • Describe the requirements for the help server installation
  • Describe scaling implementations
  • Describe custom upgrade
  • Describe differential upgrade
  • Describe SSL implementations
  • Identify the data type supported in SM in relation to RDBMS
  • Describe the RDBMS security model
  • Describe how to change fields, field mappings and indexes
  • Identify SM to RDBMS settings
  • Describe methods to convert from one RDBMS to another
  • Describe database debugging parameters and interpretation
  • Describe the use of log files
  • Describe when to use the debugging tools
  • Describe the steps to reproduce an issue
  • Define application interoperability
  • Describe how to configure the Service catalog
  • Describe adding and changing security profiles
  • Describe creating security folders
  • Describe adding and changing views
  • Recognize the appropriate tools in a given circumstance
  • Recognize valid and appropriate use
  • Describe benefits / issues with integrating applications using Web Services
  • Describe tailoring tasks
  • Describe benefits / issues using JavaScript vs. 'RAD' language
  • Describe basic database tuning, available SM parameters for tuning
  • Describe purging and archiving data records
  • Review queries against database indexes
  • Describe how to reconcile the internal database structure with the RDBMS
  • Perform different scripting or tailoring tasks with SM