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Any certification related to application packaging or application virtualization??

10/18/2012 9855 views

hi i am looking for certification in windows migration or application virtualization.

howi can apply for these certification and where i can find study material related to certification?

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  • Any certification specifically for App-V 5.0?

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have a look at http://www.crtfy.com

more specifically http://www.crtfy.com/info/?page=Generic%20info

Answered 10/18/2012 by: pjgeutjens
Red Belt


This is cool.. I didn't know that Flexera gives certification.

The only down thing is that the certificate is valid only for 2 years..

Do we forget packaging after 2 years?

Answered 10/18/2012 by: piyushnasa
Red Belt

  • Certification is not only testing your skills and knowledge about the basics of Windows Installer (which I agree is not changing dramatically in 2 years) but AdminStudio and related technologies ( App-V, ThinApp, W8, W2012, TS, etc...) does...

    That's why the certificate you hold ( related to the AdminStudio version...) is only valid for 2 years.

    I hope this clarifies?
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Answered 10/21/2012 by: sumitsingh1984
Second Degree Green Belt


Hi am looking for application packaginng certification...can u suggest the courses?


Answered 01/11/2014 by: seema
White Belt


If you dig through the first website link and then poke around a bit, you'll come across this: http://www.flexerasoftware.com/services/training/installation-courses/

Interesting that the certification mentioned on crtfy.com is not available in the US - I think Wise had a cert back in the v4.2 days (that's around 1999, I think) but haven't really seen anything since then.  I know that packaging is taken much more seriously in Europe, compared to the States.  That might have something to do with it.

Other than the expensive courses offered by Flexera, I've not seen anything - beyond the one-week starter class I offer my clients, of course  :)

Answered 01/13/2014 by: vjaneczko
9th Degree Black Belt

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