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CompTIA Releases New Server+ Objectives; Reviewing Network+

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    SimonV Petabyte Poster Administrator

    [​IMG]<font size="3">CompTIA Releases New Server+ Objectives; Reviewing Network+ </font>

    CompTIA recently posted the objectives for the upcoming revision of its Server+ certification exam.

    Server+ is a one-exam title exam that certifies candidates' skills on a variety of vendor-neutral server technologies. CompTIA announced in February that it would be updating the exam this year.

    The new objectives can be downloaded in PDF format here. The revised objectives contain a new category -- General Server Hardware Knowledge -- that encompasses 30 percent of the material covered. It includes 15 sub-objective items covering knowledge of various system architectures, server types and technologies like ATA, SCSI and clustering. The exam will continue to be 90 minutes long.

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