When you are preparing for the 1Y1-A25 Engineering a Citrix Virtualization Solution beta exam Citrix has released a prep guide for this. you can download the prep guide here.
Seating for this beta is limited when you want to enter. There’s now fee (as it is a beta exam). more information about this exam can be found here.
As always you need to register for this exam on the Pearson Vue website.
For those who are going good luck and post an update here when you have done the exam if you like.
Citrix is discontinuing a couple of exams and trainings in the coming months.
In the PDF at the bottom of this page is a list of new exams which will replace the discontinued ones.
January 31, 2012:
February 29, 2012:
March 31, 2012:
July 31, 2012:
For a complete list of recent and upcoming discontinuations, click here.
Just got a tweet about e free MS ebook about virtualization R2 solutions. I wanted to share it with you.
“Learn about the latest Microsoft Virtualization technologies, including Hyper-V and Windows Azure. Download Understanding Microsoft Virtualization R2 Solutions, written by industry expert Mitch Tulloch along with the Microsoft Virtualization team.
The primary target audience for this book is IT administrators, implementers, and decision makers of large and mid-sized organizations who want to learn about the benefits of the latest virtualization technologies and how to plan, implement, and manage virtual infrastructure solutions based on these technologies. The book assumes that you are familiar with core Windows Server technologies and how to implement an Active Directory Domain Services infrastructure. The book also assumes you have experience working with the latest client and server versions of Windows, namely Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Finally, the
book assumes you are already familiar with earlier Microsoft virtualization products such as Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 and Microsoft Virtual PC 2007.”
Download a free e-book offer on Microsoft Virtualization solutions (updated for Windows Server 2008 R2)
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Just received the MCP Flash and it had a little article which stated that the wallet cards will be available as of October this year. Here is the article:
“Many of you have been eagerly awaiting the new launch date of the Microsoft Certified Professional Wallet Cards—and the wait is now over. You will have the opportunity to order your new card starting mid-October. The October MCP newsletter will have detailed instructions on how to order your card, so stay tuned!” Continue reading “MCP Wallet cards”
As of now you can register at PearsonVue for the Citrix XenApp 6.5 beta exam. Only thing you have to do is logon to the PearsonVue website, register as a user with your citrix ID (if you already have a citrix certification you have it) and register for the free exam (examcode 1Y1-A20). There is no need of a voucher.
I’ve registered for it and naturally searching for learning materials.
This is what I’ve found already. If you have other learning materials let me know and i’ll update this post and be gratefull for your contribution. Continue reading “Citrix XenApp 6.5 beta exam **Updated**”
First and foremost a reminder that exams 271 and 272 will be retiring at the end of the month and these exams award the Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) certification. If you are in progress to achieve this certification, you must take and pass both exams before June 30, 2011.
The following is a list of exams that will be retired over the next year: Continue reading “Overview retirement of MS Exams”
Last March I told you that i was going for the 71-162 TS: Forefront Protection for Endpoints & Apps, configuring.
Well, at last i saw on the Prometric website that I passed the exam. Here’s the proof… Continue reading “71-162 beta exam status”
Attended yesterday the microsoft technet live event and i was impressed by the turnout and the in depth information of the sessions. I can recommend it to everybody to go next year. Really informative and good place to build new, and maintain, connections with people and businesses.
One new item was mentioned in the keynote was the public rc of sysyem center codename concero for july of this year.
Can’t wait to test that piece of software.
As always keep you posted.
Here’s an overview of all the MCITP tracks available at this time. Continue reading “MCITP overview”
Just passed the 70-680 exam and now studying for my beta exam next week 71-162.
Until the nest post.