Specialization Criteria for SPARC Enterprise Entry-Midrange M-Series Servers

 

SPARC Enterprise Entry-Midrange M-Series Servers is a Qualifying Specialization

This Specialization focuses on Oracle's Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000, M4000 and M5000 servers, which combines mainframe-class RAS features with the power and flexibility of the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System. Targeted at mission-critical and large shared memory applications, the Specialization recognizes partners that have demonstrated through testing their firm's ability to:

  • Identify sales opportunities for Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000, M4000 and M5000 servers
  • Position Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000, M4000 and M5000 servers with their customers
  • Implement Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000, M4000 and M5000 servers
Specialization Resources

Criteria
Required
Business Criteria
Pre-requisite Specialization
Oracle Solaris 10 or
Oracle Solaris 11
Customer References
2
# Of Transactions * This criterion effective June 1, 2011
Resell
2
Non-Commission Co-sell
Referral

SPARC Enterprise Entry-Midrange M-Series Servers Sales Specialist

2

SPARC Enterprise Entry-Midrange M-Series Servers Presales Specialist

2

SPARC Enterprise Entry-Midrange M-Series Servers Installation (IDO) Specialist

1

SPARC Enterprise Entry-Midrange M-Series Servers Certified Implementation Specialist


In order to achieve one of the certifications above, you need to pass the appropriate exam. The details are:


Exam Certification Obtained

Oracle Solaris 10 Network Administrator Certified Expert (CX-310-302)

Prerequisites or additional requirements apply. Please click on the certification link for further clarification

Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Solaris 10 Network Administrator

Oracle Solaris 10 Security Administrator Certified Expert Exam(CX-310-303)

Prerequisites or additional requirements apply. Please click on the certification link for further clarification

Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Solaris 10 Security Administrator

2

* The calculation of transactional and revenue figures and thresholds for benefits, and the determination of eligibility for partner levels and benefits will be based on commercial transactions only. Public sector transactions (including federal, state & local, public utility and higher educational entities) will not be included in any determination of partner levels and benefits.

 
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