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BMC AMI Ops Automation 8.x: Fundamentals Using Skills Assessment for Operators

Companies deploying and using BMC AMI Ops Automation also known as BMC AMI OpsA realize full value only when their solution is effectively implemented, operated, and administrated. To ensure automation and operations are performed to best practice standards, BMC provides technical training based on the current skill levels of product usage.

The BMC AMI Ops Automation 8.x: Fundamentals Using Skills Assessment for Operators is to be taken by customers and partners to check their skills for key product areas BEFORE registering for any BMC AMI Ops Automation training. Based on the result analysis, BMC can provide a recommendation on which training courses would fill potential skill gaps. The skills assessment is not an exam and is not meant to test individuals but to provide users and teams an overview of existing and missing skills to select the appropriate training. Assessment takers shouldn´t prepare and also not retake the assessment to avoid receiving incorrect recommendations.

Note: BMC AMI Ops Automation was formerly known as MainView AutoOPERATOR.

Major release:

BMC AMI Ops 8.x

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Getting Started

Step 1. Register for the skills assessment. The skills assessment is free of charge for all customers and partners.

Step 2. Review the assessment results yourself or ask BMC to provide a report and feedback with training recommendations.