Microsoft System Center Certification Courses
Professional SCCM Training
Microsoft SCCM training at this level covers administering SCCM and the cloud. Systems admins should expect to learn how to configure the management infrastructure, deploy and manage configuration manager clients, and create applications. Professional Microsoft SCCM certification training courses also typically cover deploying and managing operating systems using SCCM, and advanced SCCM management options.
- Administering Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and Cloud Services Integration - 70-703 - Microsoft Training
Certification Course1 skill8 hrs 55 mins62 Virtual labs
- Administering and Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration Manager - 70-243 - Microsoft Training
Certification Course1 skill9 hrs 57 mins
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SCCM is a powerful tool suite that you can use to automate half your work and make the other half much easier. SCCM enables systems administrators to manage, deploy, and configure applications, devices, and systems in an enterprise environment. In the hands of a well-trained administrator, SCCM is more than just a tool — it practically makes you a superhero.
This Microsoft SCCM training provides the knowledge base needed for roles including systems administrator, systems engineer, desktop engineer, and enterprise infrastructure architect.