Citrix is a leader in the development of virtualization, networking, collaboration and cloud technologies that help organizations transform how they do business. More than 230,000 enterprises worldwide rely on Citrix solutions to deliver over 100 million corporate desktops and touch 75 percent of internet users each day.
The Citrix certification program is organized into three levels based on job roles – Administrator, Engineer and Architect. Learn more about the related certification exams at www.citrixeducation.com.
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Citrix Certification News
Citrix Introduces Exam Security Enhancements
As part of their commitment to preserve the integrity of the testing process and protect the value of Citrix Certifications, Citrix is enhancing the security of the candidate check-in process. Effective January 1, 2013, all candidates will be required to provide a digital signature and have their photo taken before being admitted to an exam. Over the next several months, Citrix will be updating exams to enable candidate photos on score reports to ensure that only the individual who took the exam can present certification credentials in the marketplace. All candidate data, including digital photos and signatures, will be securely stored by Pearson VUE and will not be shared with third parties. Please contact Citrix Education for any questions.
For a preview of what a typical Citrix candidate would experience when taking an exam, please watch our candidate admissions video » (best viewed in Chrome or Firefox).
CCEE for Virtualization
The Citrix Certified Enterprise Engineer certification helps IT professionals develop and validate critical skills for managing Citrix Desktop Virtualization projects. Just updated, the CCEE now includes requirements that align to Citrix XenDesktop 5.5, Citrix XenApp 6.5, and Citrix XenServer 6.0 in a Windows Server 2008 R2 environment. Check out the requirements and learn how you can get certified today.
Now Available: CCAA for XenApp 6
The CCAA for XenApp 6 for Windows Server 2008 R2 certification builds upon the CCA certification by focusing on advanced and additional tasks in a Windows Server 2008 R2 environment , such as monitoring, optimizing and troubleshooting. These skills are certified through an advanced exam. Learn more »
Citrix Exam and Certification Discontinuations
The Citrix Education discontinuations web page lists comprehensive information on upcoming Citrix exam and certification discontinuations. Please refer to this page for the latest discontinuation schedule and a list of impacted training and exams.
Citrix Certification Logo Gear
Show off your Citrix credentials with logo gear from the Citrix Certification Shop! From this site, you can purchase Citrix certification-branded merchandise, including polo shirts, wrinkle-resistant dress shirts, fleece jackets and hats embroidered with your certification logo(s). CCIs or CCIAs, automatically receive 20% off merchandise, and CCEAs and CCEEs receive 10% off.
Current Citrix certified individuals, follow the instructions below to log in, and access merchandise with your certification logo(s).
- Go to www.citrix.com/certshop/
- First time users, enter your username and temporary password, listed below:
Username: E-mail address linked to your Citrix Certification Manager profile
Temporary password: Welcome
Before scheduling your exam, please refer to the Citrix Candidate Conduct Policy.
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