New certifications from Microsoft

Microsoft has updated their certification site with a WHOLE load of new certifications for the release of windows server 2012.
If you now go to the MCSE site on Microsoft’s site you can now see new exams for Windows Server 2012 & Windows 8

New exams that I can see so far is.

70-410  Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (September 04, 2012(In development)

70-411  Administering Windows Server 2012 (September 04, 2012(In development)

70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services September 04, 2012(In development)

If you take these 3 exams you will then get the MCSA Windows Server 2012.
Of course if you have the MSCA Server 2008 you can upgrade your title with the upgrade exam

70-417 Upgrade your skills to MSCA Windows Server 2012
(No info available yet)

When you have the MCSA Windows Server 2012, you can then upgrade this title with the MCSE Server Infrastructure.
Which consists of

70-413 Designing and Implementing a Server infrastructure
(No info available yet)

70-414 Implementing an advanced Server infrastructure
(No info available yet)

So in total to get the MCSE Server Infrastructure (If you don’t have any other certs from before)
You need to take 5 exams.

Of course there is also an MCSE Desktop Infrastructure track.

Which consists of the

70-415 Implementing a desktop infrastructure
(No info available yet)

70-416 Implementing desktop application environments
(No info available yet)

+ If you have the MSCA Windows Server 2012 You will get the title “MCSE Desktop Infrastructure”
Of course you can upgrade this as well if you have the Enterprise Desktop Administrator title.

With the release of Windows server 2012 and with System center 2012 just released, Microsoft again comes with a load of new certifications.
For those that are eager to take new certifications, well Microsoft just announced 8 certifications for Windows server 2012 and Windows 8. Like I didn’t have enough on my schedule to take more certs Winking smile

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