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|2023-09-25||No.164「Volatile Storage Type」 added|
|2023-09-18||No.163「Low-cost disaster recovery option」 added|
|2023-09-11||No.162「Services to help you split the app」 added|
|2023-09-04||No.161「VPC firewall at subnet level」 added|
What are the AWS certifications?
And what is the status of the Cloud Practitioner certification?
Here, we would like to answer these questions.
- What is the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF) exam?
- What ability can you prove you have?
- Who is eligible to take the examination?
- Knowledge of recommended AWS
- Items considered outside the scope of the examination
- Test Contents
- Outline of the examination (examination format, examination schedule, examination fee, passing criteria, and expiration date)
What is the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF) exam?
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) exam is intended for individuals with knowledge and
skills in the AWS Cloud and is designed to effectively demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the AWS Cloud.
It is independent of other AWS certifications that address specific technical roles
(Solution Architect - Associate, Developer - Associate, SysOps Administrator - Associate, etc.).
What ability can you prove you have?
- Be able to explain the value of the AWS Cloud
- Understand and explain the AWS responsibility sharing model
- Understand security best practices
- Understand the costs, economics, and billing practices of the AWS Cloud
- Describe core AWS services, including computing, networking, database, and storage
- Can identify AWS services for common use cases
Who is eligible to take the examination?
Candidates must have been actively engaged in the AWS Cloud (or equivalent) for 6 months and have been involved in the design, implementation, and operation of the AWS Cloud. They must then demonstrate an understanding of what a properly designed AWS Cloud solution looks like.
Knowledge of recommended AWS
Candidates must have knowledge of the following
- AWS Cloud Concept
- Security and Compliance within the AWS Cloud
- Understanding of core AWS services
- Understanding the economics of the AWS Cloud
Items considered outside the scope of the examination
Competencies for the related job tasks included in the list below will not be tested in this exam. The following items are considered outside the scope of the exam
- Cloud architecture design
- Load and performance testing
- Business applications (Amazon Alexa, Amazon Chime, Amazon WorkMail, etc.)
The questions will be more practical in nature, such as questions related to the characteristics of AWS services and which AWS service is best suited to solve a company's problems.
|Domain||content||% of Exam|
|Domain 1||Cloud Concepts||26%|
|Domain 2||Security and Compliance||25%|
|Domain 4||Billing and Pricing||16%|
Domain 1: Cloud Concepts
- Task Statement 1: Define the AWS Cloud and its value propositions.
- Task Statement 2: Identify aspects of AWS Cloud economics.
- Task Statement 3: Explain the different cloud architecture design principles.
Domain 2: Security and Compliance
- Task Statement 1: Define the AWS shared responsibility model.
- Task Statement 2: Define AWS Cloud security and compliance concepts.
- Task Statement 3: Identify AWS access management capabilities.
- Task Statement 4: Identify resources for security support.
Domain 3: Technology
- Task Statement 1: Define methods of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud.
- Task Statement 2: Define the AWS global infrastructure.
- Task Statement 3: Identify the core AWS services.
- Task Statement 4: Identify resources for technology support .
Domain 4: Billing and Pricing
- Task Statement 1: Compare and contrast the various pricing models for AWS (for example, On-Demand Instances, Reserved Instances, and Spot Instance pricing).
- Task Statement 2: Recognize the various account structures in relation to AWS billing and pricing.
- Task Statement 3: Identify resources available for billing support.
Exam overview（Format・Delivery method・Length・Cost・Exam pass criteria・date of expiry）
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam outline is as follows
65 questions, either multiple choice or multiple response.
Pearson VUE testing center or online proctored exam.
90 minutes to complete the exam