Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops is used for publishing a whole virtual machine (VM) from a hypervisor to remote client devices. They help staff access desktops and applications remotely and securely through a remote server as if the layout were on your computer. Another platform, Citrix Hypervisor, provides reliable and secure open source virtualisation for cloud, server and desktop virtualisation infrastructures. DDLS offers Citrix Certifications for IT professionals in Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines.
Those who start their career development journey often ask what a Citrix certification is. The answer is that it is a way to validate your ICT knowledge, skills, and expertise in setting up and managing the apps, desktops and platforms enable staff to work efficiently.
People in the IT Infrastructure and Networks space often ask if Citrix certifications are worth it. Our clients and learners can tell you that they are. Citrix certification programs are some of the highest-paying certifications in the industry. They improve your chances of getting good job opportunities. For organisations, they ensure that IT teams are equipped with the skills needed to support the rest of the company.
So, how do you become Citrix certified? The main credentials require candidates to pass certification exams. And there is the Citrix certification program offering Proficiency and Skill digital badges. IT professionals can display these on their resumes. To attain these badges, you can complete relevant Citrix courses and assessments.
Primarily, the Citrix certification path includes credentials for Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops on Citrix Cloud or Microsoft's Azure cloud platform, and credentials for Citrix ShareFile, Citrix Endpoint Management, Citrix XenServer and Citrix SD-WAN. There is also the Citrix Certified Professional - Virtualisation CCP-V certification for those IT professionals who work for Citrix solution providers.