Simon got his first CCNP and now is preparing himself to achieve the next one
Just four years ago, Simon was unemployed after running his own business for a couple of years. At this point, he decided that he could try a career in technology, an employment sector with huge growth here in Ireland and abroad.
Got some spare Microsoft SATV vouchers - spend them now!
Got some Software Assurance Training vouchers (SATVs) when you purchased that Microsoft software licence? Well put them to good use now and exchange them for Microsoft Official Course-ware training from New Horizons Ireland.
At New Horizons, he completed three qualifications to prepare himself for the challenge of the certifications
Now James is IT Engineer and working with Vmware, San Storage Infrastructure, and Cisco technology. He has two certifications and believes that this is the best way for the professional show his knowledge. “The exams give you the confidence to take on bigger projects and complete daily tasks”
Introducing Microsoft badges
Beginning October 21, 2016, Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs) who achieve certain certifications or pass select exams will be awarded Microsoft Certification badges. These web-enabled badges are trusted and verifiable representations of the Microsoft Certifications you’ve achieved.
New courses available from January 24th 2017
vSphere 6.5 introduces features that elevate your experience to an entirely new level including the following:
vCenter Server Appliance
The single control center and core building block for vSphere.
Security at Scale
Policy-driven approach makes securing infrastructure operationally simple.
Foundation of Cloud Offerings
VMware Cloud Foundation and VMware Cloud Foundation Service are both built on vSphere 6.5.
Microsoft Announces Big MCSE & MCSD Certification Changes
Five new Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) and Developer (MCSD) specialties have been released. To earn each of the new certifications, you must first earn a qualifying Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification, and then, pass a single additional exam from a list of electives associated with the corresponding certification. The resulting MCSE or MCSD certification will be added to your transcript and will never expire.