Top 5 books to study for the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam

Top 5 books to study for the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam

Certifications can be a great way to enhance a career. They will not make you an expert but can give direction and confidence to practice more. Certifications can provide a great foundation for your professional knowledge base. Cloud technology is causing a major change in the IT landscape. More organizations are adopting cloud services and integrating them into their IT infrastructure. Storing data, transferring and processing data in the cloud requires skills and knowledge. The Cyber Job Mentor recommends these 5 books as a start to gaining the knowledge and skill necessary. These are affiliate links and proceeds go to the Cyber Job Mentor.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Study Guide: CLF-C01 Exam

by Ben Piper and David Clinton  | Jul 2, 2019

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) Cert Guide (Certification Guide)

by Anthony Sequeira  | May 9, 2019

AWS CERTIFIED CLOUD PRACTITIONER CERTIFICATION GUIDE: COMPLETE 2018 CLF-C01 EXAM STUDY GUIDE (AWS Certification Guides)

by Todd Montgomery  | Jan 22, 2019

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

by IP Specialist  | May 7, 2018

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Practice Exam Book, Practice 300 Questions: AWS CCP Certification 2019 Test Preparation

by Certification Simplified | May 31, 2019

Amazon is a leader in cloud services. Being able to pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner should give you basic skills in understanding AWS architectural principles, basic security, and basic infrastructure. This exam does not require any previous experience and Amazon provides many of the resources needed to study for free and you can sign up for a free account to practice. The best part is that the exam is $100.00.  You can learn more here on the AWS certification website https://aws.amazon.com/certification/certified-cloud-practitioner/. Hopefully the recommendations above will aid your study.

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