The Cloud Computing certification program helps professionals operate effectively in a cloud environment. CTA builds the key vocabulary and understanding of cloud, and practitioner-oriented courses help Solution architects, service managers, administrators and security managers perform in a cloud-enabled environment.
The Cloud Computing certification program was first launched in 2010 in response to the rapid adoption of cloud technologies in the market. Cloud solutions were starting to have an impact on how organizations were operating and were being organized. From cost calculation to deployment to incident management, many changes were coming to the IT workforce and the business.
The foundation level certification program (CCC-CTA) allows IT professionals to operate effectively in a cloud environment, as they speak the appropriate language and demonstrate an understanding of the key concepts and terminology. It provides the baseline education needed to successfully complete subsequent vendor-specific training programs on cloud systems and software.
The role-based advanced level programs (CCC-PCSM, CCC-PCSA, CCC-PCS, CCC-PCA) are designed for mid-level professionals who are exposed to cloud computing solutions every day or need to help their organization embrace or adopt cloud computing. Role-based programs are available for IT service managers, solution architects, security professionals, and administrators.
The Cloud Certification Programs helps professionals operate effectively in a cloud environment.
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Cloud Technology Associate Certification
This certification enables IT professionals to operate effectively in a cloud environment, demonstrating an understanding of the key concepts and relevant terminology.