Introducing the IBM Center for Cloud Training’s new, free Cloud Prep web app.

People all around the world are committed to earning the most up-to-date and in-demand role-based cloud certifications, and the IBM Center for Cloud Training (ICCT) is here to help with the new, free IBM Cloud Prep web app.

Along with Study Jams and hands-on training led by IBM Cloud technical experts, you’ll want to add this one-stop resource to your toolkit and crush your next test. The IBM Cloud Prep web app is your perfect study companion as you prepare for your cloud certification exam.

Learning is fun, but test prep… not so much

The IBM Cloud Prep web app makes test prep easy — learners can take advantage of flashcards, detailed study guides and practice quizzes. You’ll even be able to save the items you want to review again, including those challenging quiz questions.

ICCT’s IBM Cloud Prep web app gives you access to study materials for the following learning paths:

  • IBM Cloud Advocate
  • IBM Cloud Professional Architect
  • IBM Cloud Associate and Professional Site Engineer (SRE)
  • IBM Cloud Satellite Specialty
  • IBM Cloud for Financial Services Specialty
  • IBM Cloud Security Engineer Specialty

More learning paths are coming soon.

Advance your career and earnings with IBM Cloud certification

Best of all, ICCT’s new IBM Cloud Prep web app is free. And so is ICCT roles-based training, giving everyone, everywhere the opportunity to learn about all things cloud through hands-on labs and sessions with technical experts, as well as opportunities to engage with a growing global cloud community.

Earning an IBM Professional Cloud Certification demonstrates expertise in related IBM technologies and solutions, and it validates your skills and capability to perform role-related tasks at a specified level of competence.

Explore the new IBM Cloud Prep web app from the IBM Center for Cloud Training and get a head start today on preparing to earn your next cloud certification!

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