IT professionals who are either working in, or wish to become AWS Solutions Architect – Associate certified.
Part I The Core AWS Services 1
Part II The Well-Architected Framework
WHAT IS REQUIRED EXAMS?
AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam. It includes multiple-choice and multiple-answer questions. You will have 170 minutes to complete it. Exams are administered at PSI centers across the US.
What is the difference between a Solution Architect and Technical Architect?
Though similar in name and both ensuring that networks operate efficiently, the Solution Architect and Technical Architect roles both specialize in different areas. Focusing on an organization’s overall needs, a solutions architect varies from a technical, where the technical focus on a specific area.
Does AWS Cloud Architect write code?
No, It doesn’t require any coding skills. However, Knowledge of any one programming language (Python, Java, C#, etc) is recommended but it’s not mandatory. AWS Cloud architects are responsible for CloudFormation. As it requires some coding skills, so it’s better to have knowledge on any scripting language.
Course Number : AWSP-0-0102
Duration : 40 hours
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