06-30-2010 04:18 AM
The BDA represents that you have detailed mastery of many skills, from FICON, to SAN to IP. AFter getting this level of achievement, you wil receive a special logo, a certificate, and a to be determined gift. We are looking at having a special area on our website where we would post the name of those who wish to be listed. For any other questinos feel free to contact me directly at email@example.com.
Brocade Certfiication Manager
06-28-2012 07:03 AM
On the Certification page on Brocade.com you will find a link called Program Overview. This document is there: http://www.brocade.com/certification_central and between the document and the pyramid graphic, you will have all of the information you need.
06-02-2013 11:03 AM
BDA is unlike CCIE. It is an earned credential as a result of achieving multiple tracks. There is no exam associated with it.
06-05-2013 10:02 AM
Yes, i know abot BDA exam trak. Do you have in your roadmap real lab exam for DBA? i mean will you make real lab (configuration, troublethooting) for DBA?
08-21-2014 09:46 PM
Looking at the BDA requirements in the certification matrix, I see that with my passing of the BCVRE exam today coupled with the BCEFP that I passed a few months ago, I have completed the Advanced level requirements for the Converged track. However, with everything list below it in the Intermediate and Introductory levels, I've only completed the BCNE and the BAIC.
Do I need to complete the Intermediate and Introductory levels to successfully fulfil the Converged track requirements towards BDA, or does the fact that I've completed the Advanced level requirements mean that I've also automatically completed the Converged track?
I've got people here telling me different things, but I don't think either of them actually know what they're talking about.
09-08-2014 11:55 AM
Hello Mark, all levels must be completed in order to complete a track. There are certain topics covered in the intermediate portions that are not covered in advanced, and certain topics covered in the introductory that aren't covered in the other two. I hope that helps!