Microsoft is Preparing a New Windows Server Certification

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Microsoft has introduced a new certification that revolves around Windows Servers, suggesting that the technology giant is withdrawing from its certifications, which focus exclusively on cloud services such as Azure and Microsoft 365.

According to Microsoft representatives, candidates who take the two new beta tests would be “Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associates.”

According to the report, the exams would focus on computation, identity, storage, networking, management, security, migration, high availability, disaster recovery, and monitoring and troubleshooting, as Microsoft moves to emphasize the hybrid piece in the two exams in a bid to ensure that the focus is on Azure services in all of these areas.

For Microsoft offIcials, Azure Arc, Azure Security Center, Azure Sentinel, and Azure Monitor are now considered Azure Hybrid technologies, as they have already reached a level of functionality where they can be used daily by Windows Server Hybrid Administrators.

For more information, read the original story in ZDNet.

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