I see that the ACCA exam HPE6-A67 will become inactive on 3rd August 2020. Has anything been released about what will replace it? Is it still worth passing HPE6-A67? Or should one wait for the latest exam?
You can take the current exam as Aruba moved from version based certifications to time-based certifications. That will mean that your certification will be valid for 3 years (for Associate level exams) regardless the version you certified on.
I'd assume that if an exam will be inactivated, that by that time a new exam will be available. If you think this will get you into troubles, please reach out to the certification program team.
The same here.
If I understood correctly, I can take the current HPE6-A67 and it will be valid for 3 years.
Also, the new policy requires you to take de associate level first. Last year, I could take the P level exam without the associate certificate.
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