Badging & Certification

Announcing the new IBM Cloud Advanced Architect certification

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Cloud architects with three or more years of experience have a new opportunity to gain the enhanced skills and knowledge required to advance their careers—with the new IBM Cloud Advanced Architect curriculum and certification.

This new program offered by the IBM Center for Cloud Training builds on the existing IBM Cloud Professional Architect certification with a deeper level of training and a greater number of learning scenarios and hands-on labs. Its 15 hours of interactive course content covers activities required to define an organization’s technical requirements and convert them into the architecture and design for a cloud solution on IBM Cloud.

For further information on expanding your cloud expertise, advancing your career, and boosting your qualifications in the marketplace, visit the IBM Center for Cloud Training.


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