This Learning Path is designed to help you prepare for the Google Certified Professional Cloud Architect Exam. Even if you don't plan to take the Exam, this training content will help you gain a solid understanding of the various components of the Google Cloud Platform.
The Learning Path for the Google Cloud Architect - Specialty Certification Exam lasts almost 8 hours and consists of 4 courses, 4 quizzes and 2 workshops.
The Courses in this path cover topics from the six sections of the Exam:
Designing and planning a cloud solution architecture
Managing and provisioning solution infrastructure
Designing for security and compliance
Analyzing and optimizing technical and business processes
Ensuring solution and operations reliability
Benefits of taking this Learning Path
- Validates your skills of developing, designing, administrating, and managing solutions using Google Cloud technologies
- Results in overall improved performance and capabilities as Cloud Architect
- The Google Cloud Architect Certification Exam is intended for cloud professionals who have existing knowledge and capabilities in the GCP workspace.
Which cloud certification is best?
There are a number of Cloud Certifications that could benefit, both your career and your enterprise. Both the AWS Solutions Architect (Professional) and Google Cloud Platform Cloud Architect (Professional) certifications offer comprehensive and extensive testing on Cloud Computing and all its facets. Both of these certifications have the ability to catalyze your career in the cloud industry and help drive businesses and enterprise to the next level.
What skills are required for cloud computing?
In today’s cloud computing sphere there are numerous skills and abilities required to be considered capable to be able to professionally and successfully execute. These skills include (and are not limited to): Database and programming skills, Linux, DevOps, quality assurance, and information security.
What is the best cloud technology?
it is impossible to pinpoint the BEST cloud technology as all platforms offer varying services to their fit depends on your personal or business needs. However, the top platforms currently on the market are: Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, MS Azure, IBM Cloud and Rackspace.
What does a cloud architect do?
A Cloud Architect is an IT specialist who is responsible for deploying overseeing a company’s cloud computing strategy. This includes cloud adoption plans, cloud application design, and cloud management and monitoring. Cloud architects oversee application architecture and deployment in cloud environments.
Learning Path Steps
Google Cloud Platform: Fundamentals If you’re going to work with modern software systems, then you can escape learning about cloud technologies. And that’s a rather broad umbrella. Across the three major cloud platform providers, we have a lot of different...
This Lab introduces you to all of the key concepts and trade-offs that you need to understand to work effectively with Google Cloud Storage.
Google Cloud Platform Systems Operations There are a lot of different options, across a variety of cloud platforms that are well suited for running specific workloads, such as web applications. Things such as Google App Engine, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Azure...
Use gsutil from inside a Google Cloud Shell to work with Google Cloud Storage including using object versioning and Object Lifecycle Management in this Lab.
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) lets organizations take advantage of the powerful network and technologies that Google uses to deliver its own products. Global companies like Coca-Cola and cutting-edge technology stars like Spotify are already running sophistic...
Once you have implemented your application infrastructure on Google Cloud Platform, you will need to maintain it. Although you can set up Google Cloud to automate many operations tasks, you will still need to monitor, test, manage, and troubleshoot it over ...
GCP Solution Architect Certification Preparation
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Guy launched his first training website in 1995 and he's been helping people learn IT technologies ever since. He has been a sysadmin, instructor, sales engineer, IT manager, and entrepreneur. In his most recent venture, he founded and led a cloud-based training infrastructure company that provided virtual labs for some of the largest software vendors in the world. Guy’s passion is making complex technology easy to understand. His activities outside of work have included riding an elephant and skydiving (although not at the same time).