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anybody plans to take BEA SOA Enterprise Architecture?

 
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The only certificate about SOA in the market up to now,I think,anybody plans to take it?
 
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is it similar to the web services certification?
 
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if i am not wrong, it is 3-steps certification. (Similar to SCEA).

Only the first exam, Fundamental SOA, has been released when last earlier Dec.
 
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Hi , This is subash. Any update on this test. Is there a forum folder for this BEA SOA certification. I could not find any other information other than BEA certification website on this. Any pointers will help.

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I'd be keen to find out more, is there any good books or CBT ? Any cost effective ways to study for the exam ? I expect the BEA courses are rather pricey ?

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I too initially was planning to take-up this BEA SOA Architect Exam. Since i could not find any study guide, which will give a consolidated materials, i even approached a vendor. That guy sold a sample test in the name of study guide. The courses of BEA were also very costly. So, i kept postponing it for sometime. Incidentally, i found one IBM based SOA test (665). With the help of freely available IBM course materials, redbooks and articles, i easily passed it.


Kannan
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IBM Certified SOA Solution Designer
[ October 26, 2007: Message edited by: Kannan Chithiraputhiran ]
 
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