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A Complete Guide: How to Become Certified in CompTIA Cloud+ CVO-002

Date:
Aug. 21, 2018
Author:
William Burns

Why get CompTIA Cloud+ certified?

CompTIA Cloud+ is the latest exam to help you validate your knowledge about cloud computing. CompTIA is known for their vendor-neutral approach to certifications and has continued that trend with Cloud+.

Business leaders have recognized the promising return on investment (ROI) of cloud computing and IT leaders have realized at the benefits of total cost of ownership (TCO) for technology rollouts. These two factors have helped propel cloud computing to the forefront of the IT field—it ranks as the top worldwide tech interest area according to the Global Knowledge 2018 IT Skills and Salary Report.

Businesses need to have skilled, certified administrators to run cloud environments and that demand will only continue to grow. IT decision-makers are struggling to find qualified cloud talent. According to our report, the cloud skills shortage is due to the fact that more than one or two skills are needed to grow the cloud.

 

What is the CompTIA Cloud+ certification?

CompTIA Cloud+ is a vendor-neutral, performance-based certification covering technologies that help build and support a cloud infrastructure. The certification helps identify skillsets that create cloud technologies, network, compute, and storage. The knowledge gained from CompTIA Cloud+ training is also needed to identify skill expertise in data center jobs.

 

Who should take the CompTIA Cloud+ exam?

Ideal candidates for this exam include those in the following job roles:

  • System administrator – responsible for computer systems
  • Network administrator – responsible for connectivity of systems
  • System engineer – responsible for building and deploying systems
  • Network engineer – responsible for creating and deploying connectivity
  • Cloud developers – an ever-changing role but with attention to programmability of cloud functions
  • Cloud specialist – works with the specifics of a cloud function
  • Project manager (cloud) – manages different aspect of cloud scheduling
  • Cloud engineer – builder of cloud/data centers
  • Manager (data center SANs) – fibre channel manager with storage area network
  • Business analyst (cloud computing) – role with analytics

 

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