CompTIA CompTIA Server+ Voucher
Today's IT environments demand planning, securing and maintaining a variety of server equipment. CompTIA Server+ certification validates IT professionals can do just that and more. As an industry-recognized credential, CompTIA Server+ helps boost the performance of IT professionals within businesses of all sizes.
CompTIA Server+ validates your skills with the most commonly used server and storage systems in the IT industry. This certification demonstrates an impressive knowledge base that narrows the skills gap and provides the hands-on experience that businesses need.
Server+ is vendor-neutral
CompTIA Server+ professionals are trained to work with a variety of hardware, making it possible to go anywhere.
Server+ meets today's and future IT needs
Technologies and trends such as virtualization, data centers, software-defined networking, security risks and network attached storage improvements are dramatically changing the server environment. The rise of virtualization is turning many IT departments to data centers.
Server+ is industry recommended
Lenovo requires Server+ certification for IT professionals working in their channel partner warranty reimbursement program. Other companies that recommend or require Server+ for their IT professionals include Intel, Hewlett Packard, Dell, IBM and Microsoft.
Server+ is industry supported
Server+ is developed and maintained by leading IT experts. Learn more about the people behind the CompTIA Server+ exam development and the CompTIA Server+ Advisory Committee.
| Exam Codes || SK0-004 |
| Launch Date ||July 31, 2015 |
| Exam Description ||Server+ covers server architecture, administration, storage, security, networking, troubleshooting as well as disaster recovery. |
| Number of Questions ||100 questions |
| Type of Questions ||Multiple choice |
| Length of Test ||90 Minutes per exam |
| Passing Score ||750 (on a scale of 100-900) |
| Recommended Experience ||A+ Certification |
Individuals with 18 to 24 months of IT experience
| Languages ||English, Chinese, Japanese |
| Retirement ||TBD |