(SNCP) provides a strong foundation of vendor-neutral, systems-level credentials that integrate with and complement individual vendor certifications.
The structure of the SNCP has been enhanced to reflect the advancement and growth of storage networking technologies over the past few years, and to provide for expanded offerings in the future. Through evolving and enhancing the SNCP, the SNIA is establishing a uniform standard by which individual knowledge and skill sets can be judged.
Before the establishment of the SNIA SNCP, there was no single standard by which to measure a professional's knowledge of storage networking technologies. Through its certification program, the SNIA is working to establish open standards for storage networking certification that IT organizations can trust.
Howie Goldstein at IBM Edge talks about the new CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA credential.
With the impending launch date of 18 January 2012 for the new CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA credential, this is the advance notification of SNIA’s intention to withdraw the existing SNCP Foundations exam (S10–101) on 17 January 2012.
Those who currently hold the Storage Professional credential can be assured that SNIA will continue to recognize the credential for a period of three years. It will expire 31 December 2014. At any time, you are encouraged to refresh your credential on the new CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA exam.
For more information about the CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA credential, please download the FAQ document:
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