Badging & Certification

New IBM Cloud Certification: IBM Certified System Administrator – MQ V9.1

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IBM Cloud is pleased to announce a new certification – IBM Certified System Administrator – MQ V9.1. This certification is designed to measure and validate the skills of an MQ System Administrator.

To attain the IBM Certified System Administrator – MQ V9.1 certification, candidates must pass C1000-058, IBM MQ V9.1 System Administration.

Thank you to all the subject matter experts who worked on the development of this exam and certification!

For more information regarding this exam, visit the IBM Certified System Administrator – MQ V9.1 certification web page. Questions or comments regarding this exam or certification are always welcome and should be sent to certify@us.ibm.com.

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