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Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition Certification Roadmap
Microsoft Certifications feature succinct paths to help you become Microsoft Certified.

Different series highlight technology expertise by job function.

Provides a clear, concise way to highlight your specific skill set and validates your abilities at every stage of your professional development

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  • Earning a Microsoft Certification validates your proven experience and knowledge in using Microsoft products and solutions. Designed to be relevant in today’s rapidly changing IT marketplace, Microsoft Certifications help you use evolving technologies, fine-tune your troubleshooting skills, and improve your job satisfaction. Whether you are new to technology, changing jobs, or a seasoned IT professional, earning a certification demonstrates to customers, peers, and employers that you are committed to advancing your skills and taking on greater challenges.
  • Source * Gartner 2006 IT Market Compensation Study, July 2006** Redmond magazine’s 11th annual survey of Compensation for Microsoft IT professionals*** “The Value of Certification : Connecting the Dots between employers and employees, March 2007”
  • Source * Gartner 2006 IT Market Compensation Study, July 2006** Redmond magazine’s 11th annual survey of Compensation for Microsoft IT professionals*** “The Value of Certification : Connecting the Dots between employers and employees, March 2007”
  • Source * Gartner 2006 IT Market Compensation Study, July 2006** Redmond magazine’s 11th annual survey of Compensation for Microsoft IT professionals*** “The Value of Certification : Connecting the Dots between employers and employees, March 2007”
  • Earning a Microsoft Certification validates your proven experience and knowledge in using Microsoft products and solutions. Designed to be relevant in today’s rapidly changing IT marketplace, Microsoft Certifications help you use evolving technologies, fine-tune your troubleshooting skills, and improve your job satisfaction. Whether you are new to technology, changing jobs, or a seasoned IT professional, earning a certification demonstrates to customers, peers, and employers that you are committed to advancing your skills and taking on greater challenges.
  • Source * Gartner 2006 IT Market Compensation Study, July 2006** Redmond magazine’s 11th annual survey of Compensation for Microsoft IT professionals*** “The Value of Certification : Connecting the Dots between employers and employees, March 2007”
  • Source * Gartner 2006 IT Market Compensation Study, July 2006** Redmond magazine’s 11th annual survey of Compensation for Microsoft IT professionals*** “The Value of Certification : Connecting the Dots between employers and employees, March 2007”
  • Source * Gartner 2006 IT Market Compensation Study, July 2006** Redmond magazine’s 11th annual survey of Compensation for Microsoft IT professionals*** “The Value of Certification : Connecting the Dots between employers and employees, March 2007”
  • Windows Server 2008 is the most advanced Windows Server operating system yet, designed to power the next generation of networks, applications, and Web services. Windows Server 2008 R2 builds on the award-winning foundation of Windows Server 2008, expanding existing technology and adding new features to enable organizations to increase the reliability and flexibility of their server infrastructures. Earning a Windows Server 2008 certification shows hiring managers and project leads that you have the expertise to confidently plan, deliver, operate, and manage Windows Server 2008 Enterprise solutions. It also demonstrates your ability to use new features, including Web tools, virtualization technologies, security enhancements, and management utilities.
  • Emphasize where to start for students new to technology
  • Emphasize where to start for new entrants.Don’t have a certificationAm I an MCP if I pass my MCTS exam?
  • Emphasize advancement. (continue the career journey)Applicable to those who have a certification. Who are MCPs
  • [1] This course covers the core Active Directory, networking, and server administration skills required for server administrators who operate Windows Servers on a daily basis. It does not cover the complete objective domains for 70-640, 70-642, or 70-646 but may be used in combination with other exam preparation materials and experience in the day to day administration of Windows Servers.
  • [1] This course is not necessary for exam preparation but provides students with the skills to perform server administration tasks using alternative methods provided by the Windows PowerShell 2.0 scripting tool.
  • Windows server 2008 enterprise roadmap

    1. 1. Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition Certification Roadmap<br />TrainCanada.com<br />
    2. 2. Microsoft Certification<br />Microsoft Certifications feature succinct paths to help you become Microsoft Certified. <br />Different series highlight technology expertise by job function.<br />Provides a clear, concise way to highlight your specific skill set and validates your abilities at every stage of your professional development.<br />
    3. 3. Technical Certification path<br />Microsoft Certified<br /><ul><li>Board Review
    4. 4. Validates expert level skills within a specific technology
    5. 5. Trusted Advisor/Leader/Consultant</li></ul>ARCHITECT<br />Microsoft Certified<br /><ul><li>Computer Based and Hands –on Exams
    6. 6. Select Prometric Testing Centers Worldwide
    7. 7. Validates expert level skills</li></ul>MASTER<br />Microsoft Certified<br />IT PROFESSIONAL / <br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPER<br /><ul><li>Computer Based exams
    8. 8. Prometric Testing Centers Worldwide
    9. 9. Validates job role skills (why & when)</li></ul>Microsoft Certified<br /><ul><li>Computer Based exams
    10. 10. Prometric Testing Centers Worldwide
    11. 11. Validates job ready skills (how)</li></ul>TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST<br />Microsoft Technology<br /><ul><li>Web based
    12. 12. Academic classroom
    13. 13. Validates foundational knowledge (what)
    14. 14. Student Certification</li></ul>ASSOCIATE<br />
    15. 15. Technical Certification path<br />Microsoft Certified<br /><ul><li>Board Review
    16. 16. Validates expert level skills within a specific technology
    17. 17. Trusted Advisor/Leader/Consultant</li></ul>ARCHITECT<br />Microsoft Certified<br /><ul><li>Computer Based and Hands –on Exams
    18. 18. Select Prometric Testing Centers Worldwide
    19. 19. Validates expert level skills</li></ul>MASTER<br />Microsoft Certified<br />IT PROFESSIONAL / <br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPER<br /><ul><li>Computer Based exams
    20. 20. Prometric Testing Centers Worldwide
    21. 21. Validates job role skills (why & when)</li></ul>Microsoft Certified<br /><ul><li>Computer Based exams
    22. 22. Prometric Testing Centers Worldwide
    23. 23. Validates job ready skills (how)</li></ul>TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST<br />Microsoft Technology<br /><ul><li>Web based
    24. 24. Academic classroom
    25. 25. Validates foundational knowledge (what)
    26. 26. Student Certification</li></ul>ASSOCIATE<br />
    27. 27. Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA) certifications are designed to help validate your skills as a qualified professional in IT architecture.<br />Microsoft Certified<br />ARCHITECT<br />Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) certifications demonstrate the in-depth technical skills of senior IT experts who have demonstrated mastery of a core Microsoft Server technology through rigorous training and the passing of knowledge and lab-based certification exams.<br />Microsoft Certified<br />MASTER<br />Microsoft Professional certifications, which include the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) and Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) certifications, are designed to demonstrate a comprehensive set of job-related skills, such as project management, system design, operations management, and planning.<br />Microsoft Certified<br />IT PROFESSIONAL / <br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPER<br />Microsoft Technology Specialist Series (MCTS) certifications are designed to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of a key product or technology, validating the ability to implement, build, troubleshoot, and debug a particular Microsoft technology<br />Microsoft Certified<br />TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST<br />Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certifications validate the fundamental knowledge essential to prepare students for advanced technology classes and successful careers in IT.<br />Microsoft Technology<br />ASSOCIATE<br />Associate<br />
    28. 28. Why Certify?<br />Improve career opportunities<br />Organizations take certification into consideration when hiring candidates and tend to view certification as a more objective measure of a candidate’s skills than self reported skills and competency *<br />Microsoft certification can lead to more earning power with average salaries for Microsoft Certified Professionals showing a notable increase over the previous year.** <br /><ul><li>The added market value that a certification can be as high as 30% - 40%. The average salary uplift reported across all certifications in the study was in the 5% - 11% range.*</li></li></ul><li>Why Certify?<br />Add value and gain recognition<br />Industry recognition of technical proficiency and proof of technical leadership <br />With every certification achieved, individuals add value to organization through increased productivity and the ability to deploy technologies effectively.<br />Earn respected place within the organization as a specialist in roles or technologies<br />
    29. 29. Why Certify?<br />Stay ahead - take advantage of career and technical tools *<br />Exclusive technical information through Microsoft Product Support Knowledge base<br />Market technical talents to employers looking for certified professionals in the MCP Career Center<br />Manage your skills development path using the Microsoft Certification Planner<br />
    30. 30. Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA) certifications are designed to help validate your skills as a qualified professional in IT architecture.<br />Microsoft Certified<br />ARCHITECT<br />Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) certifications demonstrate the in-depth technical skills of senior IT experts who have demonstrated mastery of a core Microsoft Server technology through rigorous training and the passing of knowledge and lab-based certification exams.<br />Microsoft Certified<br />MASTER<br />Microsoft Professional certifications, which include the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) and Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) certifications, are designed to demonstrate a comprehensive set of job-related skills, such as project management, system design, operations management, and planning.<br />Microsoft Certified<br />IT PROFESSIONAL / <br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPER<br />Microsoft Technology Specialist Series (MCTS) certifications are designed to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of a key product or technology, validating the ability to implement, build, troubleshoot, and debug a particular Microsoft technology<br />Microsoft Certified<br />TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST<br />Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certifications validate the fundamental knowledge essential to prepare students for advanced technology classes and successful careers in IT.<br />Microsoft Technology<br />ASSOCIATE<br />Associate<br />
    31. 31. Why Certify?<br />Improve career opportunities<br />Organizations take certification into consideration when hiring candidates and tend to view certification as a more objective measure of a candidate’s skills than self reported skills and competency *<br />Microsoft certification can lead to more earning power with average salaries for Microsoft Certified Professionals showing a notable increase over the previous year.** <br /><ul><li>The added market value that a certification can be as high as 30% - 40%. The average salary uplift reported across all certifications in the study was in the 5% - 11% range.*
    32. 32. 43% of respondents reported salary increases as a result of Microsoft certification**
    33. 33. More than 40% of respondents reported that Microsoft certification was a factor in improving their ability to find or keep a job or lead to a promotion. **</li></li></ul><li>Why Certify?<br />Add value and gain recognition<br />Industry recognition of technical proficiency and proof of technical leadership <br />With every certification achieved, individuals add value to organization through increased productivity and the ability to deploy technologies effectively.<br />Earn respected place within the organization as a specialist in roles or technologies<br />75% of managers believe that certified individuals are more production and that certification is important to team performance***<br />
    34. 34. Why Certify?<br />Stay ahead - take advantage of career and technical tools *<br />Exclusive technical information through Microsoft Product Support Knowledge base<br />Market technical talents to employers looking for certified professionals in the MCP Career Center<br />Manage your skills development path using the Microsoft Certification Planner<br />
    35. 35. Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Overview<br />Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA)<br />Windows Server: Directory<br />Microsoft Certified Master<br />Windows Server 2008 R2: Directory<br />Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)<br />Enterprise Administrator<br />Server Administrator<br />Microsoft Certified<br />ARCHITECT<br />Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS)<br />Windows Server 2008 Active Directory<br />Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure <br />Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure<br />Microsoft Certified<br />MASTER<br />Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)<br />Server Administration<br />Networking<br />Security<br />Microsoft Certified<br />IT PROFESSIONAL / <br />PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPER<br />Microsoft Certified<br />TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST<br />Microsoft Technology<br />ASSOCIATE<br />
    36. 36. Networking<br />Windows Server Administration<br />Security<br />Windows Server 2008 Roadmap<br />Technology Associate<br />Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals<br />Exam 98-366: Networking Fundamentals<br />Exam 98-367: Security Fundamentals<br />
    37. 37. Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration<br />Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration<br />Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration<br />Windows Server 2008 Roadmap<br />Technology Specialist<br />Exam 70-643: TS: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuring<br />or<br />Exam 70-649: TS: Upgrading Your MCSE on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008<br />Exam 70-642: TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring<br />or<br />Exam 70-648: TS: Upgrading Your MCSA on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008<br />or<br />Exam 70-649: TS: Upgrading Your MCSE on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008<br />Exam 70-640: TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring<br />or<br />Exam 70-648: TS: Upgrading Your MCSA on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008<br />or<br />Exam 70-649: TS: Upgrading Your MCSE on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008<br />
    38. 38. Server Administrator<br />Enterprise Administrator<br />Windows Server 2008 Roadmap<br />Exam 70-646: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator<br />and<br />MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration<br />and<br />MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration<br />IT Pro<br />Exam 70-647: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator <br />and<br />MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration<br />and<br />MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration<br />and<br />MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration<br />and either<br />MCTS: Windows 7 Configuration<br />or<br />MCTS: Windows 7 and Office 2010, Deployment<br />or<br />MCTS: Windows Vista Configuration<br />or<br />MCTS: Business Desktop Deployment<br />
    39. 39. Recommended Learning Resources: MTA <br />
    40. 40. Recommended Learning Resources: MCTS <br />
    41. 41. Recommended Learning Resources: MCTS Upgrade <br />
    42. 42. Recommended Learning Resources: MCITP <br />
    43. 43. For more information, visit:www.microsoft.com/learning/career<br />Microsoft Learningwww.microsoft.com/learning<br />
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