chrisgreene

3 years ago

Passed AWS CSA - Associate

The questions were pretty straightforward. A couple of questions were asked that weren't covered in the LA course at the time, but they are now according to https://linuxacademy.com/cp/community/view/id/6854

Now onto Ansible or maybe RHCA or more AWS courses or... There are so many options available with LA. I'm currently lobbying work to switch from expensive vendor training to LA and the feedback is good so far.

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anthony
3 years ago
Congrats!
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Danny
3 years ago
Cheers!
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bvbreddy
3 years ago
Congratulations Chris.
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christophelimpalair
3 years ago
Chris, congratulations and keep up the great work! Thanks for lobbying in our favor, we really appreciate it! :)
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mitchd
3 years ago
Congrats Chris. I'm taking my exam on 3/15. I'm excited.
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removed
3 years ago
congrats ...!!!! I am preparing for same.. Any advice you want to give ??
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anthony
3 years ago
I'd like to point out, that Linux Academy is the ONLY place where you will get 95%+ coverage of exam requirements :)
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jrs2995
3 years ago
Congrats!
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chrisgreene
3 years ago
Arun, I don't have any special advice. Just watch all of the videos and I perform the tasks in the AWS console as I'm watching the videos with frequent pausing. I also study using flashcards at http://ankisrs.net/. It's nice because you can paste images into cards. I'd suggest also reading at least the Security whitepaper as mentioned. The day before the exam I practice tearing down a VPC and building it from scratch. Try creating your own route tables and other items so you're not relying on any of the defaults that you may not understand. I also played around with images and snapshots quite a bit.