AWS is the largest cloud provider and the standard for the modern IT infrastructure. Due to the popularity of AWS, the demand for IT professionals who can leverage the AWS platform and its services continues to increase.
Becoming AWS-certified is the best way for IT pros to gain and develop the knowledge and skills they need to manage a cloud infrastructure.
AWS certification training levels & paths
There are four AWS certification levels — Foundational, Associate, Professional, and Specialty. Despite there being no prerequisites for AWS certifications, cloud professionals working through the AWS certification roadmap typically start with an associate-level certification in one of three certification tracks: Architect, Developer, and Operations.
Given the market share of AWS and the demand for certified cloud practitioners, AWS certifications prepare cloud professionals for increasing levels of responsibility. AWS Specialty certifications are standalone, but are more narrow and focused in scope. As such, professionals who attempt to earn a Specialty certification will likely have earned other AWS certifications.
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