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rurrea

2 years ago

Passed AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional Level!!

Getting close to the end of the AWS certification adventure... well for the next two years :) .

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craiga
2 years ago
Congrats Ricardo!
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trent
2 years ago
NIce work, Ricardo!
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thenson
2 years ago
Great job!
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keiththomps
2 years ago
Congratulations! That's an awesome accomplishment.
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chadrm
2 years ago
Congratulations, Ricardo!
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ellejaclyn
2 years ago
Awesome work, Ricardo!
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skarim
2 years ago
Awesome Job!
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amy
2 years ago
Congrats!
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davidcoy
2 years ago
Congrats, Ricardo!
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LindaChapman
2 years ago
Great job on this achievement Ricardo!
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fernandomc
2 years ago
Awesome job Ricardo!
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braun0
2 years ago
Woohoo!  Congrats, Ricardo!
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sgutierrez1124
2 years ago
Congratulations, Ricardo!
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derekm1215
2 years ago
That's a hard one! Great job!
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khawton
2 years ago
Congrats, Ricardo!!! Getting close to the end.... which one is next?
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tdodds
2 years ago
Congrats, Any tips?
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rurrea
2 years ago
The Big Data will be the last one. Well I consider this one an easy one, compared to the Architect Pro or the Network Specialty which I took before this. 
If I have to leave any tips would be:
1.- know API calls for ec2, autoscaling and EBS (at least) it's important.
2.- know what kind of environment is suitable for production and which one is for development environments  (CF / Beanstalk / Opsworks).
3.- cost effective and time effective rolling deployments or B/G deployments
4.- when using conditions on CF as well as when using nested CF templates and when you can create templates as logical entities (for instance, one template can fit to any environment depending on params)
5.- I haven't seen here anything related to codecommit but there are at least a couple of questions that I can recall.
6.- and in general having a good judgement resolving  issues  or implementing  architectures according to needs. If you got here I'm sure you already got experience with this.

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trilliams
2 years ago
Way to go, Ricardo!
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seang
2 years ago
Congrats!
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jbaxley
2 years ago
So what is your plan, interested in knowing why you decided to take these exams.
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anthony
2 years ago

Great job Ricardo! Congratulations!

I’d love to endorse/recommend you on LinkedIn if you want. All you have to do is add me as a connection and add Linux Academy as your school. Once you do that, post a picture of your cert about passing in your feed and reference me within the original post. Once I see this, I’ll be able to recommend you for your hard work on your LinkedIn profile.

Thanks,

Anthony

Founder/CEO LinuxAcademy.com | CloudAssessments.com