Note that actually there isn’t a specific track for virtualization and is not clear if a Virtualization Fundamentals will be introduced or not.
Note also that now there are two different “associate” level: the new MTA and the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA). Wasn’t a better solution use the Administrator term for the MCSA (considering also that you need more exams to reach this kind of certification)?
Anyway do you consider useful an Associated level (not all vendor has this kind of level)? And only for Operators/Users or also for junior administrators?
More can be found on vInfrastructure.it
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- Nutanix Networking — Quick Tip - June 3, 2014
- What’s Trending and Beyond - June 2, 2014
- Introduction to Openstack Storage Systems - February 5, 2014
- Build Your Own Scalable All-Flash Array With SVC - February 5, 2014
- Converged Architectures: it’s the use case, stupid! - December 19, 2013