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Certifications on SQL server 2008 or 2012 ?


Certifications on SQL server 2008 or 2012 ?

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MJ-1115929
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Hi Expertz,

So far i have took any cerifications , now I need to take certification as they are going to expire. So what are options infront of me ? totally confused with Microsoft site, kindly help me all on this.

If I want to get MCITP - only 70-450 is enough ?

If I get 70-432 is there any benefit ? will i get mcts or mcsa 2008

also please advice better options to get 2008 and from 2008 to 2012 through upgrades


Thanks & regards
MJ
Antti Tikka
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Microsoft changed certification program when it published SQL Server 2012.
Practically you have to get MCSA first by doing tests 70-461, 70-462 and 70-463.
After that you can specialize to platform or business intelligence and get MCSE certification by doing two tests more.

I think that it's not possible to do SQL Server 2008 tests any more.

You can see certification requirements from the Microsoft certification page
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