About the MCSE Data Platform
The MCSE in Data Platform highlights that a candidate is a solutions expert in SQL server administration. Designed for IT professionals that have earned an MCSA qualification in SQL Server, this course teaches you how to build enterprise-scale data solutions, both on-premises and in cloud environments.
Large-scale businesses rely on data platforms to centralise their unstructured data, as such highlighting that you are able to manage a data platform and run essential business analysis using SQL Server is a great way to climb your chosen career ladder and ensure that you are at the top end of the IT industry.
Following the successful completion of an MCSA, the MCSE in Data Platform requires students to pass:
- 70-464: Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases
- 70-465: Designing Database Solutions for SQL Server
As the initial MCSA in SQL Server is made up of three exams, the MCSE in Data Platform requires learners to complete a total of five exams.
What are the benefits of MCSE Data Platform?
Encompassing SQL Server 2014 technology and the core SQL Server skills you need to manage a large-scale data platform, this course sits at the forefront of IT-led data analysis.
Earning this certification in a business will allow you to take more responsibility for data analysis and will provide you with a niche set of skills that will allow you to manage a large data platform.
What job roles and salaries are available for MCSE Data Platform?
The latest figures from IT Jobs Watch highlight that the median income for those who hold an MCSE in London is £41,950, over £4,000 more than an MCSA – this highlights an immediate return on investment for students that achieve this qualification. Payscale highlight the following job roles and salaries for those working in big data analytics:
- Software Engineer: £53,237
- Data Analyst: £27,540
- Senior Software Engineer: £62,937
- Data Architect: £78,987
- Analytics Consultant: £54,123
- Director of Analytics: £70,000
IT Consultant: £39,000
What’s included with MCSE Data Platform training?
At Commsupport, we believe the best way to prepare candidates for the 70-464 and 70-465 exams is to deliver separate classroom sessions for each exam. This means that students will enrol on separate five-day classroom sessions for each exam.
We can arrange MCSE Data Platform classroom training at a number of nationwide training centres, or students can access lessons online from the comfort of their own home. The experience delivered to those accessing the classroom remotely is exactly the same as that delivered in the nationwide training centres, meaning those who can’t make it into class do not miss out on any of the core topics.