As virtual desktop, end-user computing (EUC), and cloud infrastructure technologies continue to evolve, so do the skills IT professionals require to successfully deploy and manage virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and application delivery projects. In addition, skills that allow managing private, hybrid, and public cloud deployments are getting more relevant to the job market as the public cloud matures and becomes more affordable.
Parallels® Remote Application Server (RAS) exams certify a large set of skills for application, desktop delivery, and VDI, whether deployed on-premise, hybrid, or on the public cloud. Parallels RAS certification helps in matching the standard job description requirements for IT professionals, including IT managers, IT architects, systems engineers, and system administrators.
Parallels empowers IT professionals to share digitally verified proof of their skillset as soon as they obtain it, extending their professional portfolio.Parallels RAS digital badges display verified information such as the date of issue, type of training provided, and the skillset gained in succeeding the certification exam.
|Badge name||Parallels RAS Technical Professional (RAS-TP)||Parallels RAS Sales Professional (RAS-SP)|
Parallels RAS Technical Professional (RAS-TP) validates the skills and knowledge necessary to implement, deploy, and manage the Parallels RAS application and desktop delivery solution. Candidates demonstrate the ability to implement and configure Parallels RAS core components such as Parallels RAS Console, Secure Client Gateways, Publishing Agent, RD session hosts, and VDI.
Parallels RAS Sales Professional (RAS-SP) validates the skills and methodologies that sales professionals need to identify business opportunities where Parallels RAS fits the organizations' requirements. Candidates demonstrate the ability to provide the right vertical value proposition matching the different industries. In addition, candidates acquired basic knowledge about virtualization, networking, and Windows Server administration.
|Badge type||Certification Badge||Certification Badge|
|Technology||Technical Professional||Sales Professional|
|Relevancy||Parallels RAS||Parallels RAS|
|Date||One-Year Validity||One-Year Validity|
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A: Digital badges are web-enabled versions of a credential, certification, or learning outcome which can be verified in real time online.
A: When you have qualified to earn a badge, the accomplishment will be processed and the badge will be automatically sent to you within a few days.
A: When you’ve earned a Parallels RAS badge, you will receive an email notification alerting you to claim your badge. You will need to create an account on Acclaim and confirm your email address, then you’ll be able to accept and share your badge.
A: We have partnered with Acclaim, a badging platform backed by Pearson, to translate the learning outcomes you’ve demonstrated into a badge. The technology Acclaim uses is based on the Open Badge Standards defined by Mozilla. This enables you to manage, share, and verify your competencies digitally.
A: Acclaim is a product of Pearson, the world’s learning company. Acclaim works with credible organizations to provide digital credentials to individuals, worldwide.
A: Parallels has partnered with Acclaim to recognize certifications and other learning opportunities in the form of digital badges.
A: You can easily configure your privacy settings in Acclaim. You’re in complete control of the information about yourself that is made public.
A: No. This is a service we provide to you, at no cost.
A: While badges are simply digital image files, they are uniquely linked to data hosted on the Acclaim platform. This link to verified data makes them more reliable and secure than a paper-based certificate. It also eliminates the possibility of anyone claiming your credential and associated identity.
A: It's easy to share your badges on social and professional media through Acclaim. When you accept your badge, you’ll be brought immediately into a sharing workflow that allows you to share to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, embed in a personal website, or share over email. You will need to connect and authorize your social media accounts through Acclaim in order to share to those sites.
You can share your badge at any other time by viewing your badge and clicking the blue “Share” button beneath the badge visual.
A: Adding a hyperlinked badge image to your email signature is a great way to make sure your professional network is aware of your certifications, credentials, and other badge-worthy recognition.
Email clients handle images within signatures differently. Some, like Outlook, require a resized image and a hyperlink. Others, like Gmail, allow you to copy and paste a badge and hyperlink into your email signature.