Hello IT Pro TV or Mike Rodrick:
Cherokee, I hope I spelled that right? As I was watching an old YouTube Video on the internet where they are discussing about Cherokee Certification background, where i think she mentioned about having a MCSA Cloud Certification? But after looking it up on Microsoft Certification page, I don't see anything related to MCSA Cloud Certification, did Microsoft changed this again? Also, I was planning to prepare for the MCSA 365 (exam 70-346 and 70-347 exams) but after looking at the time line less than 2 weeks left (Expires on April 30 2019) I don't believe I would make it, still debating of taking the MCSA 70-697 exam either to take the chance on it or wait later for the next exam that relates to the Microsoft Windows 10. I also remember from the recent webinar hosted on ITPro.TV regarding "How to prepare for Microsoft exam", which I think was well done, too bad I couldn't attend due to work, Mike mentioned something about that Microsoft is going toward a Role based model regarding their certification, rather then on specific technology based exams such as the Windows 10 (70-697 and 70-698) or Microsoft Server 2016? but rather a MCSA Server Administrator role based exams? please correct me if I am wrong on this? My new certification path is maybe to concentrate on the MTA Cloud, CompTIA Cloud+, then the MCSA Cloud Certification (if its still available) since the MCSA Cloud seems to cover more information regarding cloud services?