Professional Cloud Solutions Architect Certification
This certification is designed for technology professionals who architect the technology solutions that support the changing requirements due to the adoption of cloud computing, and help organizations leverage the opportunities that cloud is creating. Solution Architects need to understand the impact that cloud is having on business and information architecture, application design, data management, and security architecture—and be very familiar with the topology and ecosystems that are being created as a result of increasing adoption of cloud technologies and operating models.
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- Explain the history of Cloud Computing and its impact on business and IT Architecture
- Demonstrate the key engineering concepts of operating “as a Service”
- Explain the impact of Cloud Computing on Service Management
- Understand Consumer & Provider Perspectives on Setting Up Cloud Environments
- Evaluating a Cloud Solution Architecture
- Migrating and transitioning to a Cloud environment
- Module 1: History of Cloud Computing
- Module 2: Impact of Cloud Computing
- Module 3: Technology Engineering of Cloud Computing
- Module 4: Cloud Computing Solution Architectures
- Module 5: Cloud Service Lifecycle
- Module 6: Service Transition and Service Transformation
- Module 7: Consumer Perspective on Setting Up Cloud Environments
- Module 8: Provider Perspective on Setting Up Cloud Environments
- Module 9: Cloud Ecosystem
- Module 10: Types of XaaS Solutions
- Module 11: Targeting the Right Solution Architecture
- Technology Architects
- Application Architects
- System Architects
- Enterprise Architects
- Cloud Strategy Consultants
- Senior Developers
3 Steps to Certification
Below are the steps for taking exams to earn your CCC certification.
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Professional Cloud Solutions Architect Certification Path
Cloud best practices and principles bridge the gap between technical cloud skills and the desired business outcomes encountered in practice.
The certification path shows how various certifications can be used in conjunction with a CCC credential.
The CCC Professional level certifications do not have required prerequisites. It is recommended that participants have achieved the Cloud Technology Associate certification (or its equivalent) from the Cloud Credential Council (and that participants are conversant with cloud concepts and vocabulary). It is further recommended that participants are TOGAF Certified (or its equivalent).
Successfully passing (65%) the 75-minute exam, consisting of 25 multiple-choice questions, leads to the Professional Cloud Solutions Architect Certificate.
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Professional Cloud Service Manager training was very useful for my current role as Cloud Service Manager. A lot of practical guidelines provided by the other participants and the trainer.
Service Management Team Lead at KPMG IT Service OOD
We have been extremely pleased with this course, from its content to its delivery, as well as its relevance to the wider Cloud Computing market.
Founder & Director at GuruTeam Ireland
The role-based alignment of the CCC courses helps ensure that the material speaks to the unique interests of specific IT and Operational roles and units within organizations from small to Fortune 500.