After my Microsoft certification track (Multiple MCITP certs) I’ve now set my aims to the Citrix CCEE track. CCEE is short for Citrix Certified Enterprise Engineer. This is the next step after you receive the CCA and CCAA status. You can hold multiple CCA certifications for the different Citrix products. I have set no timeline for myself to get this status but I will do everything to get this done in a reasonable time frame.
I will try and collect as much as information possible to prep for the different exams and post this here. If anyone has some good tips and information which they are willing to share please leave a message on this post.
For everyone who doesn’t know what exams to pass I’ve taken a grab of the official Citrix education site with the information on this certification track. Continue reading “Citrix CCEE track”
Citrix has released an update for the CCEE vertification track. Here’s their statement about the update and the requirements to keep certified.
For the thousands of you who possess or are working toward the elite Citrix Certified Enterprise Engineer certification, you may be wondering how the recently announced updated track affects you. Well, you’re in luck – we are here to give you exactly those answers and guide you on the right path to ensure you stay up-to-date with your hard-earned CCEE designation.
If you have a legacy CCEA or CCIA for XenApp (Presentation Server 4) and want to update to the CCEE, you need to know that your certification will expire on July 31, 2012. The good news is that you are eligible to use the shortened update path to update your certification by that date. That gives you five months to prepare for and take just one exam to stay current. By doing this, you will not only have a current CCEE for a period of three years, but you’ll also be eligible to earn the latest Citrix Certified Integration Architect (CCIA) for Virtualization – the highest level of Citrix certification – by passing just one additional exam. Continue reading “Citrix CCEE certification track”