Microsoft will retire the Windows 10 certification on march 31st, 2019.
Is it worth it to get certified on Windows 10?
Is it worth to get any certification that will retire in the short term?
Why is Microsoft retiring the Cloud Platform Certification considering this is the technology were people and business are moving.
Microsoft MCSA Windows 10 & Cloud Platform Certifications
This is a great question! Microsoft has decided to re-brand a lot of their certifications to mirror other vendor certs. The certifications will be defined as role based. Let's take the Cloud Platform Certification for example. Yes, they are retiring the title but the content or skills will be packaged inside of different exams. If you examine the older 70-533 exam objectives and then compare them to the az-100 and az-101 you will find them broken up between the two. The below link should help. Also, bridge exams are currently available to help during this transition period. I'm not 100% sure how the Windows 10 content will map. I haven't seen too much info on those yet but I am guessing we will see that soon. The shows Mike and I shot in the 70-697 and &0-698 will still be relevant and able to help you learn and be ready for the new exams when they are available aside from new features that may come with subsequent Win 10 updates. I hope that helps. Feel free to reach out with any other questions!
Many many Thanks Cherokee!