Individuals who are either working in, or want to start working in AWS cloud.
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification course is geared for people who want to gain an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud platform. The course will provide an overall understanding of: AWS core services, security, pricing and support services.
Getting this certification will enable an IT professional to significantly boost their employability portfolio. AWS is the leading cloud services organization in the world and they have massive expansion planned for 2019. Organizations are actively looking for professionals who have knowledge of the AWS platform in order to advise them on moving towards the cloud.
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What is AWS certified cloud practitioner?
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner course provides individuals with an overall understanding of the AWS cloud platform. It is the foundational level of AWS certification. Many individuals continue on to a specific certification after completing Cloud Practitioner. The certification offers an overview of core services offered by AWS, security, network and cloud pricing, and the available support services.
How do I prepare for AWS certification?
The recommended path to follow in preparation of the certification exam is:
How long does it take to become AWS certified?
The time required is based strictly on your level of commitment. It is recommended to set aside two months (about 80 hours) to study if you are also employed full-time. If this is the first time you have used AWS, the recommendation is an additional month (or another 40 hours) to prepare for the exam.
Course Number : AWSP-0-0101
Duration : 40 hours
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