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Latest CompTIA Certification Updates – 2022 – Blog

To keep the exam content current, CompTIA releases new exams every three years. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI), which authorized CompTIA exams, has verified that they adhere to strict exam standards and make regular changes to keep the exam content current with the demands of the rapidly-changing technology industry. Every three years, a new test is published to meet certification requirements and prevent content from becoming outdated. We’ll be discussing the latest CompTIA certifications updates and those that are being phased out in this blog to keep you informed.
What’s new on the CompTIA Exam Exam?
* CompTIA Linux+ Beta Exam Launched
Launch Date: December 3, 2021
CompTIA Linux+ has been updated to reflect an increasing employment position that focuses more heavily on how Linux powers cloud computing. The test covers cutting-edge technologies such as containers and code, which help automate and orchestrate business operations.
Retirement: Before or on February 18, 2022
* CompTIA Data+ Exam Redesigned
Exam Code:DA0-001
February 2022 – Launch Date
CompTIA Data+ verifies that the candidate can transform business requirements into data-driven decision making by mining and manipulating data and applying basic statistical methods. The exam also demonstrates that the candidate is able to analyze complex datasets and adhere to governance and quality standards throughout data lifecycle.
Retirement: Usually, three years after launch
CompTIA Certifications Exam Summarized
CompTIA’s exam production process is complex. It involves approximately 5,000 hours of input by the exam development team, subject matter experts (SMEs), and focus groups that include review and writing to help locate the best material and build questions. CompTIA will work with between 30 and 45 SMEs to develop a new or enhanced certification program. Let’s take an overview of the CompTIA certification exams that are currently available.
1. Certificates in Core Skills
Basic knowledge of topics such as operating systems and hardware, networking, and other IT skills is essential for every position. CompTIA’s basic IT skills certifications are available in all IT career paths.
* CompTIA IT Fundamentals, (ITF+).
Exam Code: FCOU61
Launch Date: September 4, 2018,
CompTIA IT Fundamentals is a new exam that focuses on the fundamentals of computing, IT infrastructure and software development. To help CompTIA stand out in the marketplace, and to signify its quality and standards, the + was added to this edition.
Retirement: Usually, three years after launch
* CompTIA A+
Exam Code: 220-1001 and 220-1002 (CORE-SERIES)
Launch Date: January 15, 2019,
Candidates must pass 1001 and 1002 to be certified. Exams from different series can’t be combined. CompTIA A+ 220-1001 covers all aspects of mobile devices, networking technologies and hardware.
CompTIA A+ 220-1002 exam also covers.
First, the installation and configuration of the operating system
Second, enhanced security
Software troubleshooting is the third.
Finally, there are the operational procedures.
Retirement: To be Declared – Usually three to five years after launch
* CompTIA Network+
This includes the N10-007 exam and N10-008.
Exam Code: N10-007
March 2018, Launch Date
CompTIA Network+ N10-007 provides enhanced coverage on a variety of topics.
First, security concepts to assist networking professionals in collaborating with security professionals.
Secondly, we will discuss best practices in cloud computing as well as common service models.
Thirdly, virtualization and newer hardware are covered.
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