CA AppLogic r3 Certifications Now Available

Do you consider yourself a CA AppLogic® cloud platform "power user"?

high five_CA image - smallDo you consider yourself a CA AppLogic® cloud platform “power user”? Wish you could prove your expertise and knowledge around effectively administering, managing and implementing CA AppLogic r3? Now you can! CA Education has recently released its latest role-based certification exams for CA AppLogic r3, giving our partners, customers and employees an opportunity to showcase their expertise with the platform.

We announced the role-based certification program last summer, offering a rigorous third-party validated approach for measuring skill and expertise in managing, administering, installing, configuring and implementing select CA Technologies solutions on an individual level.

Offered for two sets of roles, the CA AppLogic r3 certification exams are designed to objectively validate an individual’s knowledge and competencies with the platform:

CA AppLogic r3 Professional - Designed for system architects, IT operations professionals, application developers, systems engineers, and automation engineers, to validate expertise around architectural concepts, deploying, operating, managing applications in the cloud, best practices for security and testing applications, and architecting for business continuity.



CA AppLogic r3 Administrator – Designed for IT administrators, data center staff, system administrators, systems integrators, with the intent to validate your ability to get started quickly in providing cloud computing in a public, private, or hybrid environment using the CA AppLogic platform. 

All exams are administered through our third-party proctor, Prometric. You can register for all of the available CA Technologies certification exams, including CA AppLogic r3 certifications here.

We’ve also put together a set of materials to help candidates prepare for the exam, which you can access here

To learn more about Certifications from CA Technologies visit, and follow @CA_Education on Twitter to get the latest on new courses and certifications as they become available.

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Christine Needles

Christine Needles (@cmneedles) is a senior director of Global Communications at CA Technologies, driving thought…

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