Current MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) holders constantly recognize the necessity and benefits of certification upgrading. MSCE certification upgrade for instance, is now being offered in various methods while using different resource materials, of which are proven to result to an effective and efficient learning. Similar with MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional), several bootcamps, course programs, and practice tests are offered to all aspiring candidates who desire for advancement—skills and proficiency-wise and career-wise.
MSCE is basically among the most prominent generation certifications. Apparently, it has been initially recognized as the first and best certification provided by Microsoft. A MSCE certification holder must have gained the required skills and qualities in analyzing essential business requirements to result for information solutions. Also, the IT professional is proficient to design and implement any needed infrastructure. While previously offered in both Windows Server 2000 and Windows NT 4.0, MCSE is now being offered particularly for Windows Server 2003 technology.
MCITP, on the other hand, certifies the holder skills with regards to working with IT infrastructures—beginning in planning phases; through deployment, providing support, technical assistance, and maintenance; and optimization. MCITP specific designations include Database Administrator, Database Developer, Enterprise Support Technician, and Business Intelligence Developer—all of which perform in their specific and respective are of expertise and knowledge.
So, for a current MCSE holder to consider for an MCITP certification is evidently among the very significant and relevant decision any certification holder can have. While both Microsoft certifications require the same transitional (70-649) and supplementary exams—two exams for MCITP: Server Administrator and three exams for MCITP: Enterprise Administrator. A legitimate MCITP certification holder must have pass successfully all the required exams.