Training & Certification
Racemi offers complete migration assistance – including comprehensive training and certifications to prepare you for life in the cloud.
We don’t just offer migration assistance to the cloud – we share our wealth of knowledge to ensure that your team becomes cloud experts too. Our comprehensive training programs – including online, onsite and formal classroom training – ensure your business fully utilizes Racemi’s DynaCenter technology, and gets the most out of the cloud experience.
Racemi offers three separate certification tracks, according to the level of expertise achieved by the engineer.
The CCME is capable of implementing and installing Racemi DynaCenter using our AWS CloudFormation template and performing migrations to AWS EC2 (capture, deploy and migrate) and synchronization operations using the DynaCenter Console.
In addition to all requirements for CCME, the ACCME engineer is able to architect and implement complex migration scenarios using DynaCenter command line (CLI) features and basic DynaCenter Software Components (file addition and deletion). The ACCME engineer will be trained on designing and implementing complex DynaCenter installations where more than one MWS is needed to complete the migrations.
For AWS use cases, the ACCME must be proficient with related AWS features supported by DynaCenter like VPC, IGW, NAT, Deploy Subnets, Elastic IPs, IAM, STS, security groups, Snowball, and Routing Rules.
The MCCME has achieved advanced Racemi certifications for all supported cloud platforms and is proficient in creating and using Advanced Software Components (script and program execution).
At the end of the training, and after a number of in-field server migrations, you will be eligible to take the certification exam. Those who pass will be officially certified as a Racemi Certified Cloud Migration Engineer.
Why is DynaCenter the best choice for server migration? DynaCenter is an automated server migration solution for fast, reliable, and cost-effective moves between dissimilar physical, virtual, or cloud infrastructure.