On the Orlando Tech-Ed that took place on the first days of June, one of the things that were official announced and presented were the Windows Server 2008 exams for Microsoft’s certification. Here’s some of the things you should now if you are planning to get or upgrade to this certification: – This will be a new stage for certification, the names will be: MCTS (three exams) and MCITP (2 exams). – MCSA and MCSE there’ll be still certifications available. – On 2008 the Windows 2000 exams will be retired (the exams but not the certification, of course). – MCTS exams will be availabe one moth after the RTM version of Windows Server 2008. MCITP will be available two months after. – There’ll be a upgrade exam from 2003 certification to 2008. – There will be NOT an upgrade from Windows 2000 to 2008. – MCSA and MCSE professionals will have a 40% discount on the price of the Windows 2008 exams. Taking a look to some of the sites that talked about these new exams, I found out some of the topics that will be on these tests. Peak to Windows 2008 exam: Terminal Services – the different roles, the new features, etc IIS 7 – the new command line tools, new features, etc Server Core – of course, know your way with all the cmdline tooling that you can use Virtualization – be sure to study on how […]
Well as they predicted, the 32bits versions of operating systems it’s getting to the end. Windows Server 2008 (wich it will be realeased in late october or november in this year) will be the last operating system to use an 32 bit arquitecture. Windows Server 2008 R2 (that it’s expected on 2009) will be exclusively on 64bit editions. On the other hand, it’s also expected that at least one more client operating system (meaning Windows 7) will appear again as x32. Cheers!