Originally posted by Evelyn Cartagena-Meyer:
Looking for Enterprise Architect Experts
The Sun Microsystems certification team is updating the industry leading
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect exam for the new Java EE 5.0 Platform release.
We are looking for EXPERT participants for the Job Task Analysis(JTA). The SCEA 5.0 exam is for enterprise architects responsible for rchitecting and designing Java EE 5 compliant applications. The JTA is a document that describes the disciplines and activities of the SCEA job role (Java EE Enterprise Architect). At this phase in the JTA, we have identified a broad spectrum of activities such as designing core modules, defining service level agreements (SLAs, such as performance, throughput, availability, and so on), and performing tests to validate the SLAs.
We now need experts in specific areas (security, SLA testing, and tuning) that will help elaborate in these areas. You do not need to be an expert in all of these areas to participate.
If you have the below skills and are interested in participating in this phase, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 12, 2007, put in subject: SCEA JTA.
* Java SE/EE security
* network security (intrusion detection/prevention, DMZ configurations)
* OS "hardening" (ideally, Solaris but Linux would also be fine)
* webapp performance testing
* throughput testing
* scalability testing
* open source testing tools
* test preparation
* JVM tuning for Java EE applications
* Java EE tuning: app server and web server tuning (ideally with
Sun Java Server tool suite, but Jboss would also be fine)
* database tuning (an open source DBMS such as MySQL or PostgreSQL)
* OS and network tuning for web applications
Java Certification Program Manager
Originally posted by rathi ji:
is this a job offer??? :roll:
Originally posted by Abiodun Oyesiji:
I feel as SCEA is an advanced Java Certification, There should be a prerequisite that an SCEA applicant should have a Foundation level certification (scjp) + a specialty level Certification(scmad/scbcd/scwcd/scjd/scdjws).
That way it would be a true level advanced certification. I would not be surprised that some SCEAs would not be able to pass the scjp. And if an SCEA is suppose to be architecting and directing developers, don't they need to be experts in Java, EJBs as well
Can you be more specific? Does this mean the exam for jee 5 is ready?