As you can see from the image below, there are four Spring certifications (the Hibernate with Spring is not currently available).
There are no specific requirements regarding the certification you want to take first, but in most cases Spring Core Professional is the first choice.
You can then go down the path of the Spring Enterprise Integration certification or the Spring Web Application Developer.
Spring Core Professional
This exam will test your knowledge of the Spring Framework to develop Java applications.
You will be asked to show your familiarity with Spring dependency injection, XML and Java configuration, transaction, JPA and
Hybernate support,aspect-oriented programming (AOP), Spring Security, and Spring management with the JMX API.
The aim of this exam is to test if you are able to use Spring to create concurrent applications and schedule tasks,
to use remoting to implement client-server application, to use Spring integration to create event-driven pipes-and-filters architectures
and integrate with external applications, and finally to use Spring Batch for managed, scalable batch processing that is based on both
custom and built-in processing components