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Are these the only exams available now? No more Agile? No more Confluence? Nothing else? Is it even possible to become an Atlassian Certified Expert now?
Hi @Rob Horan
The Agile certifications (like ACP-300), were rolled together with the Project Admin certifications (previously ACP-600) - so ACP-610 / ACP-620 represent them.
It's still possible to become ACE - see here for requirements: https://university.atlassian.com/student/activity/844004-atlassian-certified-expert
There's sufficient available certs / badges (Confluence is currently a pro skills badge) to do this as of now.
Hi @Rob Horan
We have 5 certifications now, instead of the former 6.
You asked about agile: ACP-600 Project Administration in Jira Server and ACP-300 Agile Development with Jira Software are retired and their topics are combined & replaced with 2 new certifications:
We also have a Confluence Space Administration Pro Skills Badge, which is agnostic between Cloud and Data Center: https://university.atlassian.com/student/activity/850541-apb-220-confluence-space-administration-pro-skills-badge?. It is a choice in the path to Atlassian Certified Expert. (https://university.atlassian.com/student/activity/844004-atlassian-certified-expert)
Please let us know if you have further questions.
Atlassian University Team
Thanks! In addition to the Agile and Confluence certs that are now retired I thought there was a system admin cert as well? Doesn't that still apply to Data center?
Hi @Julia I understand that the class was only targeted for Server, but I imagine there must be a significant amount of overlap between Server and DC from a sysadmin perspective. Its too bad the prep material is gone, it had some information that was useful for upgrades and migrations.