Amazon Web Services (AWS) Certifications: News & Overviews
Amazon is one of the coolest internet-focused brands of our times. And no, it’s a lot more than one of the biggest shopping platforms. Amazon Web Services unites a collection of remote computing services that make up a cloud computing platform, offered over the Internet by Amazon.com. The most central and well-known of these services are Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3.
Amazon Web Services customers include NASA, the Obama Campaign, Pinterest, Kempinski Hotels, Netflix and the CIA – yes, that’s how serious the offering and the infrastructure is!
Amazon Web Services also offers a certification program. This is especially useful for professionals looking to build a career in the cloud and cloud-related services, especially in the United States.
Last week, Amazon expanded its cloud certification portfolio with the beta launch of its newest professional-level certification, the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer. Let’s take a close look at Amazon web services certification portfolio in general and this new credential in particular.
AWS Certifications recognize IT professionals who possess the skills and technical knowledge necessary for designing, deploying, and operating applications and infrastructure on AWS. Earning certification helps you gain visibility and credibility for your proven experience working with AWS, as well as contributes to your organization’s proficiency with AWS-based applications.
AWS Certifications designate individuals who demonstrate knowledge, skills and proficiency with AWS services. AWS Certification exams validate the technical knowledge and skills necessary for building and maintaining applications and services on the AWS Cloud. Exams are delivered by Kryterion in over 750 locations around the globe.
Earning AWS Certification enables you to:
Currently, AWS offers the following credentials:
Now, to the newest credential. AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional (Beta)
According to Amazon official website, the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional exam validates technical expertise in provisioning, operating, and managing distributed application systems on the AWS platform. Exam concepts you should understand for this exam include the ability to:
Eligible candidates for this exam have:
AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional Beta Exam Info
Interested? Be the first in your organization to obtain the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional credential.
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