Microsoft announced a few days via the Born to Learn blog that there are two new Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certifications. These new certifications are based on Windows Server 2012 and have similarities to the previous Windows Server 2008 exams.
Both of these certifications have 3 prerequisites each. Read more about these prerequisites by pressing the MCSE images above the descriptions.
These are the new certifications (Descriptions taken from Microsoft):
- The MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure certification focuses on how to deploy and manage desktops and devices, allowing flexible, consistent, and reliable access to corporate services. Essentially, it allows IT professionals to be the hero in their organization by enabling a flexible work style providing access from anywhere, on any device, while maintaining security and compliance. This certification validates skills in desktop virtualization, remote desktop services, and application virtualization.
- The MCSE: Server Infrastructure certification focuses on how to design, build, manage, and run a highly efficient data center. With the know-how of essential services ranging from identity management, systems management, virtualization, storage, and networking, you have the tools needed to run a highly efficient and modern datacenter. This certification empowers you to go beyond virtualization and deliver the essential services for a highly efficient and modern datacenter.
Read more about these and all the other new certifications at the Microsoft Learning website.