The Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8 certification is for developers and technical staff members who want to learn how to develop Pega applications. This certification is the first level in the System Architect certification path and provides a baseline measurement on your knowledge of Pega applications. The PCSA Version 8 exam includes scenario questions, multiple choice questions and drag/drop items. If multiple answers are required, the text states how many responses are needed.
The Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Career Path is for developers and technical staff members who need to learn how to develop Pega applications. The PCSA certification gives a baseline measurement on your knowledge of Pega Platform.
In this Pega PCSA certification, you get the core principles of application development on Pega Platform. Business users and distribution team members use these principles to plan and deliver business applications faster and more precisely for maximum business value.
You discover how to perform the most common application development responsibilities to prepare yourself for your first Pega development project. The exercises in this certification are based on Pega Platform 8 version.
Becoming a Pega Certified Senior System Architect (PCSSA) is for Pega Certified System Architects who want to increase their Pega skills. This PCSSA certification certifies your ability to use Pega to design and build for reusability across multiple lines of business.
You must be a Pega Certified System Architect to begin this path.
The Senior System Architect Certification is an intermediate course designed to aid application developers more their knowledge of application development on Pega Platform.
The syllabus topics in this Pega PCSSA Certification concentrate on tasks that a Senior System Architect performs to develop a Pega application.