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Certifications relevant to Architect role

 
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Hi

I have made a list of architect certifications that are available in the market today:

IBM Certified SOA Solution Designer (IBM Test 665: Architectural Design of SOA Solutions)

IBM Test 649 - Rational Software Architect

BEA certified Architect

Microsoft certified Architect

Sun Certified Enterprise Architect

ECCOUNCIL E-Commerce Architect

PMP

Could you please add it to the list if I have missed out any.

Thanks
Ravi
[ May 30, 2007: Message edited by: Ravindra Janapreddy ]
 
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Another certification that can be added to the list is:

IBM Certified Specialist for Rational Unified Process
 
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PMP is not for architect, it is for project manager.
 
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From Open Group:
TOGAF
ITAC

From IBM:
Infrastructure System Architect (For Business Partners only)

On my personal view CAPM is more insteresting than PMP for architects.

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Not that the OMG uml (OCUP) exam is specifically for Architects. I would think that knowing UML well would be an advantage for Architetects.
 
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