Exam Code: HPE0-V14 Practice exam 2023 by Killexams.com team
HPE0-V14 Building HPE Hybrid IT Solutions

Exam ID : HPE0-V14
Exam type : Proctored
Exam duration : 1 hour 30 minutes
Exam length : 60 questions
Passing score : 66%
Delivery languages Japanese, English, Korean
Supporting resources These recommended resources help you prepare for the exam:
Building HPE Hybrid IT Solutions, Rev. 19.41
Introduction to HPE SMB Hybrid IT Architectures, Rev. 19.41

This ATP certification validates a successful candidate has foundational knowledge and skills of the HPE infrastructure strategy, encompassing SMB server, storage, networking, and management tools and their underlying architecture technologies. Given a set of customer requirements and a solution design, implement the solution.

This exam has 60 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
Multiple choice (multiple responses), scenario based
Multiple choice (single response), scenario based
Multiple choice (multiple responses)
Multiple choice (single response)
Point and click

20% Describe, differentiate, and apply industry standard, foundational SMB architectures and technologies
Identify and explain industry standard IT technologies used in small and medium-sized solutions and their use cases

20% Recommend and position HPE products, solutions, and appropriate services for use cases
Given a use case, recommend the appropriate HPE products, solutions, and services to meet the business requirement

20% Evaluate customer environment, and plan and design solutions using the HPE portfolio to meet customer requirements
Identify and describe planning, design and sizing tools and when to use them.
Given customer requirements, design an HPE server solution to meet those requirements
Given customer requirements, design an HPE storage solution to meet those requirements
Given customer requirements, design an HPE network solution to meet those requirements.
Given customer requirements, design an end-to-end, small to medium-sized HPE solution to meet those requirements

20% Install, configure, and upgrade HPE solutions and their components and validate the implementation
Install physical solution systems including racking, power, and cabling connections
Given a solution, configure and validate the server, storage and/or networking components including integrating subsystems.

10% Troubleshoot and remediate HPE solution components
Identify the tools and methods to troubleshoot and remediate an HPE solution and when to use each tool and method
Analyze, troubleshoot, and remediate HPE solutions including component integrations (server, storage, and networking)
10% Manage, monitor, administer, and operate HPE solutions and their components
Manage HPE solutions and subsystems to ensure the solution continues to meet customer requitements

Building HPE Hybrid IT Solutions
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Norm Jefferies (Truis)

Norm Jefferies (Truis)

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Queensland-based managed services company Truis and HP have a partnership that dates back to 2006, which is solidified by a shared vision of a sustainable future.

When HP’s sustainability program for partners – Amplify Impact – was launched in February 2021, Truis was completing its transition from Computer Merchants, which began operations as a reseller in 1979, supplying companies with refurbished IT equipment. 

Derived from the word ‘altruism’, the rebrand sought to encompass the company’s core values of empathy and transparency, tied to ambitions of enabling “people-focused IT” and offering tailored IT solutions.

Inspired by his daughter's concerns for the future of the planet, Norm Jefferies, managing director of Truis, said the company made a commitment to creating a viable future for generations to come. 

As such, the managed services provider decided to "take a hard look at itself" and undergo a sustainability assessment via HP’s Amplify Impact program.

The results, he told Channel Asia, were average, to say the least. Given Jefferies' wake-up call and HP’s sustainability challenge, Truis’s business transformation was triggered. 

“It pointed out that we didn't have any firm goals or strategy around sustainability,” he reflected. "While we've been doing things [around sustainability], we hadn't really done much about it.”

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