Why you need to get Associate Cloud Engineer Certification

Why you need to get Associate Cloud Engineer Certification

Developing a career in technology can be a challenge. The Cyber Job Mentor understands this and attempts to mentor and guide the 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 Associate Cloud Engineer certification from Google can help to prepare you for careers such as cloud sales, cloud developer, cloud engineer, and cloud computing analyst.

An Associate Cloud Engineer deploys applications, monitors operations, and manages enterprise solutions. This individual is able to use the Google Cloud Console and the command-line interface to perform common platform-based tasks to maintain one or more deployed solutions that leverage Google-managed or self-managed services on Google Cloud. The registration fee is $125.00. This is a relatively low cost as far as certifications are concerned. IT professionals that have gotten certs know there are many that can have price tags of $300.00 to $1000.00 or more. Google provides a free tier of cloud services that can be used to get hands-on experience using the tools.

It takes practice and hands-on experience to become an expert. Use the  GCP free tier to get familiar setting up a cloud solution environment. It could also be used to implement a security solution.  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. Make the most out of your professional development dollar.

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