AWS Certifications help to recognize the skills, knowledge and expertise of IT professionals in designing, deploying and managing applications on the AWS platform. To earn an AWS Certification, individuals must demonstrate their proficiency in a particular area by passing an AWS Certification Exam.
Individuals looking to prepare for an exam can attend courses through AWS Training to help gain proficiency with AWS services. Individuals that pass an AWS Certification Exam can display the applicable AWS Certified logo on business cards and resumes to gain visibility for their AWS expertise while fostering credibility with employers and peers.
The first available AWS Certification Exam is for the “AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Level” certification, which tests skills for technical professionals and solutions architects involved in the design and development of applications on AWS.
Additional role-based certifications, including certifications for Systems Operations (SysOps) Administrators and Developers, will follow later this year. AWS Certification Exams are administered through testing centers in more than 100 countries and 750 testing locations worldwide.
Additional benefits of the AWS Certification Program include:
- Helps organizations to identify engineering and/or IT staff with the skills and technical knowledge necessary for building and maintaining solutions on the AWS Cloud
- Tests an individual’s IT skills and technical knowledge are in alignment with AWS’s architectural best practices for building highly secure and reliable cloud applications
- Increases differentiation for AWS Partner Network (APN) members that have AWS Certified individuals on staff
- Allows technical professionals to develop, certify and advertise their expertise with cloud computing on AWS.
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