Yes, thank you. I am curious though why are there less tests for the newest certifications? Just that much more information bundled into each test? Just out of curiosity.
I assume that you're referring to how there were 7 tests required for the MCSE versus only 5 for the MCITP: Enterprise Admin? Back in the day that the MCSE first came around it was considered a general certification on "all things Microsoft". Over the years their product catalog grew so much that it's literally impossible to be an expert on all of their products, and probably not even possible to be proficient in them unless you did nothing but study. So the new generations of Microsoft certifications were targeted at specific job roles and products rather than a general, overall, systems engineer role (which could mean many different things).
Going forward, just remember that the MCTS exams correspond to specific products, whereas the MCITP exams correspond to certain job descriptions/roles. At least that's the official thinking behind them.
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