Sun Microsystems certifications

September 2003
IT Training;Sep2003, Sun Microsystems p23
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Sun Microsystems Ltd.'s certifications. Java Technology Certification is available at four levels while Solaris Operating Environment Certification is available for, Sun Certified System Administrator for the Solaris Operating Environment, Sun Certified Network Administrator for the Solaris Operating Environment and Sun Certified Security Administrator for the Solaris Operating Environment. Ranked as the fifth largest provider of IT education in the world by IDC in 2002, Sun provides training and education directly and via a network of Authorized Sun Education Centres in more than 80 countries, enabling organizations to recruit, reskill and retain the talent required.


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