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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Complete Training Guide With Practice Labs: By IPSpecialist

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    AWS Certifications are industry-recognized credentials that validate your technical cloud skills and expertise while assisting in your career growth. These are one of the most valuable IT certifications right now since AWS has established an overwhelming lead in the public cloud market. Even with the presence of several tough…
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AWS Certifications are industry-recognized credentials that validate your technical cloud skills and expertise while assisting in your career growth. These are one of the most valuable IT certifications right now since AWS has established an overwhelming lead in the public cloud market. Even with the presence of several tough competitors such as Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Engine, and Rackspace, AWS is by far the dominant public cloud platform today, with an astounding collection of proprietary services that continues to grow.The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) examination is intended for individuals who have the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively demonstrate an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles addressed by other AWS certifications (e.g., Solutions Architect – Associate, Developer – Associate, or SysOps Administrator – Associate). The certification will provide you a high level overview on what AWS Cloud is all about. The exam covers four domains, including AWS core services, cloud concepts, security aspect, pricing and support services. AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner is a new entry-level certification and enables individuals to validate their knowledge of the AWS Cloud with an industry-recognized credential.This certification exam validates your ability to define and identify: • AWS Cloud and its basic global infrastructure• AWS Cloud architectural principles• AWS Cloud value proposition• Key services on the AWS platform and their common use cases (example, compute and analytics)• Basic security and compliance aspects of the AWS platform and the shared security model• Billing, account management, and pricing models• Sources of documentation or technical assistance (example, whitepapers or support tickets)• Basic and core characteristics of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud