Why you need to get Cloud+ certification

Why you need to get Cloud+ certification

Developing a career in technology can be a challenge. The Cyber Job Mentor understands this and attempts to mentor and guide future and present IT, professionals. Cloud technology is transforming the IT environment at a rapid pace. There will be opportunities for IT professionals to fill roles that currently exist or will exist. Look for the certifications and training that aligns best with your career goals and learning style. The Cloud+ certification from CompTIA can help to prepare you for careers such as Cloud developer, cloud engineer, and cloud computing analyst.

A Cloud+ certification is a great place for beginners to start gaining cloud skills and knowledge. The CompTIA web site says that 2 to 3 years of experience is recommended, but considering that there are no prerequisites, it is deemed good for beginners. As of the date of this posting the exam costs $319.00 and is valid for three years. You can learn more at Comptia’s website https://certification.comptia.org/certifications/cloud. CompTIA has created this exam with the idea that IT professionals need the skills and knowledge to incorporate and manage cloud technologies as part of an existing infrastructure.

The Cloud+ is a great certification to begin your journey to proficiency. It takes practice and practice and hands on experience to become and expert. Certifications without practice are not worth as much. Certifications can be expensive. Strategies to reduce the cost is necessary. We all have budgets to consider and stretching our professional development dollar is critical to success in gaining new skills. Each year an IT professional will need to renew certification, seek out new training, and network. 

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