For professionals, it is extremely important to stay current and updated with the certifications. Certifications validate their skills and recognize them as a dedicated and committed professional. Multisoft Virtual Academy, which is an established training organization, is known for its thorough research and staying up-to-the-minute with all the latest training programs and certifications. AXELOS has worked with a team of industry experts based around the globe to introduce the updated version of ITIL, called ITIL v4 Certification Online. To know more, visit here
In order to transition to the new scheme, it is important for a candidate with an ITIL v3 Foundation certification, to appear for the ITIL 4 Foundation exam.
ITIL 4 Foundation comes with vast new material; hence only one exam is required to validate the candidate’s knowledge of the same.
The candidates, who have taken ITIL Foundation, can also obtain 17 credits from the ITIL v3 scheme which would make them eligible for the ITIL Managing Professional transition to migrate to ITIL 4 schemes.
Candidates with 3 to 4 credits beyond Foundation can either take ITIL 4 Foundation, or can work towards collecting 17 credits from ITIL v3 and become eligible for the ITIL Managing Professional Transition module.
If you are someone, who has gained more than 6 credits since ITIL v3 Foundation, it is beneficial for you to continue obtaining v3 credits for an easy transition to ITIL 4.
For the ITIL v3 Experts, it is advised to take the ITIL Managing Professional Transition module for the respective designation. After which, they can pursue the ITIL Strategic Leader stream as per their interest.
Completion of ITIL Managing Professional module and ITIL Leader Digital & Strategy module will make you eligible for the ITIL Master.
What is the difference between ITIL v3 and ITIL v4?
ITIL 4 is based on defining dimensions of service management that are critical to the effective facilitation of value for customers, and other stakeholders in the form of products and services.
The updated version aims at focusing on facilitating value co-creation by an SVS (Service Value System).
Along with SVS comes SVC (Service Value Chain), a set of interconnected activities, which provides an operating model for the creation and delivery of the services.
ITIL v3 will be a fundamental part of the ITIL 4 framework and will be referred to as ITIL practices in ITIL 4.
ITIL 4 will be integrating new ways of working, including Agile, DevOps, and Lean, providing the required flexibility to the businesses.
Summary: This blog explains everything that you need to know about ITIL 4.
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