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AWS Solutions Architect – Professional level now available in CloudCareer

I’m really glad to announce that a few hours ago we published our last learning path in CloudCareer for AWS: AWS Solutions Architect Professional Level. CloudCareer for AWS is our dedicated product to prepare your AWS Certifications. It’s designed to test your skills and teach you topics and details required by the single certification paths.
Right now CloudCareer for AWS contains these learning paths:

  • AWS Solutions Architect – Associate Level
  • AWS Certified Developer – Associate Level
  • AWS Certified SysOps – Associate Level
  • AWS Solutions Architect – Professional Level – now available with 60 Quizzes and Learning explanations.

Our last path is the result of an incredible amount of requests from our customers to have a dedicated path to study for the Professional Level certification. We are now live with 60 quizzes and learning explanations in this path and we are adding more on a weekly basis. We estimate that we’ll reach 250 quizzes and learning statements for September.
The AWS Solutions Architect path has been one of the most famous and definitely the most common for AWS.
From April 2014, when we launched our product CloudCareer, we got hundreds of members using the product and we are still improving it day by day. All the quizzes and learning explanations that you’ll find on CloudCareer are scenario-based. That means that we are usually asking you to think about a real situation with real architectures and real use cases, as you will find them during the AWS exam.
This is a great way to learn how to architect and design with AWS but also the best way for you to understand how you need to use AWS in specific scenarios.
CloudCareer for AWS is not on promotion with 10% OFF using the coupon “PROFESSIONAL” or using this LINK. We have also a 15% for our yearly plan. You get updates and new learning paths directly in your account and new questions every month.

AWS Solutions Architect – Professional Level – Starting discount with 10%

The Professional Level of AWS Certifications is dedicated to all the IT professionals that have already a good experience in cloud computing and have already passed the Associate Level. The knowledge requested by the Professional Level is deeper than the Associate Level: you will get trough the same services (EC2, VPC etc.) but your level of knowledge must really be deeper in order to understand not only how to use AWS but also how to combine more services to meet the client’s needs.
If you are not a customer we have created a special offer to start using CloudCareer for AWS right now with 10% OFF. You can use the coupon code “PROFESSIONAL” or reach the CloudCareer for AWS page from this link, with the discount already applied.
AWS Solutions Architect Professional Architect - Questions and exam preparation in CloudCareer for AWS

How CloudCareer for AWS works?

CloudCareer is composed by different learning paths. Each one corresponds to an AWS Certification path. You can select a path and start answering specific scenario-based questions based on specific AWS services; since all of our learning paths are prepared by cloud computing experts and certified architects, you’ll find a balance of quizzes on different services: EC2, S3, VPC and so on. In each path we have a different balance, but in each case you can always see the topic related to a quiz:

AWS Solutions Architect - Professional level, an example of questions and preparation training from CloudAcademy.com
An example of the scenario based questions and learning explanations that you find in our new Professional Level path for AWS Solutions Architect

And right after your answer, CloudCareer for AWS gives you a learning explanation to make you understand the scenario and learn something more about AWS and the specific question topic. It looks like this:
AWS Solutions Architect - Professional Level, questions from CloudAcademy.com for learning preparation

Once you have completed your path, you can repeat it (unlimited times with our PRO plan) or check your results or simply try to review all the learning explanations from your main control panel. Here you can find some example of a simple path I’ve just completed:
CloudCareer for AWS - The final results page that you get at the end of every learning path

 And this is the tool inside CloudCareer for AWS that allows you to review all the learning explanations of your path with filtering options.

CloudCareer's learning tool to review all the learning explanations for a specific learning path.

If you need more information about CloudCareer for AWS, you can check our our FAQs or send an email to cloudcareer@cloudacademy.com.
If you are a company and wants to use CloudCareer for a team of people, send us an email to try the beta version of our Enterprise Panel.

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Stefano's a computer engineering guy that loves building products. He's the CEO and co-founder of CloudAcademy.com. All his experience is in the web hosting and cloud computing industry where he started other companies before. He loves talking with all readers of Cloud Academy blog, so feel free to email him at stefano@cloudacademy.com!

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