There are nine certifications offered by Amazon Web Services to validate a candidate's technical knowledge about the AWS cloud. Find out more about the certifications and who might take those certifications.
- [Instructor] Once you learn all about AWS,…you might want to show your current or potential employers…and clients that you have certain expertise.…As of the date of this recording,…Amazon Web Services has nine certification exams…available just for this purpose.…These certifications are organized in four role-based…certification groups and candidates can pick and choose…which exams they want to take, depending on…their skill sets and career goals.…The first role-based certification is foundational,…and it has just one certification, Cloud Practitioner.…
This exam is a fairly new certification and validates…the candidates overall understanding of AWS Cloud.…AWS recommends that you have at least six months…of fundamental AWS Cloud and IT industry knowledge…before taking this exam.…You might take this exam if you work in IT,…but don't have much experience in cloud computing…or work in other departments that may touch…the companies cloud computing platforms,…such as sales, marketing, finance, or legal.…
The second role-based certification group includes…
Note: This course also maps to the Cloud Concepts module of the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam. Taking all four courses in the Introduction to AWS for Non-Engineers series will help you prepare for the exam.
- What is cloud computing?
- Cloud computing models
- Cloud computing deployments
- Amazon Web Services basics
- Creating an AWS account
- Using AWS Free Tier
- Becoming AWS certified