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More Posted time:Jul 24, 2018 18:16 PM
To obtain a global certification from one of the Apsara Clouder Technical Certifications areas, is it necessary to pass all the exams in that area?
For example to obtain the Cloud Computing Specialist Certification, it is necessary to approve the 11 exams ?, For me it is impossible to know Cantonese, thanks



Para optener una certificacion global de una de las areas Apsara Clouder Technical Certifications, es necesario superar todos los examenes de ese area?.
Por ejemplo para obtener la Cloud Computing Specialist Certification, hay que aprobar los 11 examenes?, Para mi es imposible saber Cantones, gracias

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Posted time:Jul 24, 2018 20:01 PM
Hello @Ranjithkumar, I thought there were group certifications, 5 big data courses are equivalent to a big data expert certification. It is a pity that they have not realized yet that they would be interesting titles to have.
@GhulamQadir, I am also interested in having titles that bring together knowledge.

Hola @Ranjithkumar, yo pensaba que habia certificaciones de agrupacion, 5 cursos de big data equivalen a una certicacion de experto en big data. Es una pena que no se hayan dado cuenta aun de que serian unos titulos interesantes para tener.
@GhulamQadir, yo tambien estoy interesado en tener titulos que aglutinen conocimientos.

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Posted time:Jul 26, 2018 1:33 AM
@JohnHanley ,Maybe the word expert, is too strong, but I think it would take a more global title for each area of knowledge. With a minimum number of exams needed to complete that area.

@JohnHanley, Quizas la palabra experto, sea demasiado fuerte, pero si pienso que haria falta un titulo mas global para cada area de conocimiento. Con un numero minimo de examenes necesarios para completar ese area.

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Posted time:Jul 27, 2018 16:23 PM
Good morning, @JohnHanley, I have read carefully the enormous list of knowledge to which you refer, yes .., it is true to be an expert you have to know much more than 45 minutes of course and pass an exam. You need many hours, much experience, many more knowledge than can be acquired in a "basic" course, to this point I give you the reason, but it is also true that in the society we live you can not present 5 titles of "specialist" in an area, it is already a big data, or Cloud Security, or Cloud Computing, or whatever, without having a title with greater weight that brings together the total of that area. If the name of the titles calling them "specialist in" is wrong and has to be "user in" it seems right .., but the sum of all of an area are "advanced user", for this reason I think that or the name is badly focused, or missing the appropriate level to these titles. And I do not say much that we are experts when finishing all the courses of an area ..., or crazy I would say it, I say that we have to adapt to society, and give value to the continuous work of finishing everything that that area includes. ., it is an effort, be it big or small, but an effort, and it must have a reward ..., call yourself "expert in" or "advanced user in" or "wise in".

Buenos dias, @JohnHanley, he leido atentamente el enorme listado de conocimientos a los que haces referencia, si .., es cierto para ser un experto hay que saber mucho mucho mas que 45 minutos de curso y superar un examen. Necesitas muchas horas, mucha experiencia, muchos mas conocimientos que los que se pueden aquirir en un curso "basico" , hasta este punto te doy la razon, pero tambien es cierto que en la sociedad que vivimos no puedes presentar 5 titulos de "especialista" en una area, ya se a big data, o Cloud Security, o Cloud Computing, o lo que sea, sin que tengas un titulo con mayor peso que aglutine el total de ese area. Si el nombre de los titulos llamandolos "especialista en " esta mal puesto y tiene que ser "usuario en " me parece correcto.., pero la suma de todos los de un area son "usuario avanzado en ", por esta razon pienso que o el nombre esta mal enfocado, o falta poner el nivel adecuado a estos titulos. Y no digo ni mucho menos que seamos expertos al terminar todos los cursos de un area..., ni loco lo diria, digo que hay que adaptarse a la sociedad, y dar valor al trabajo continuado de terminar todo lo que ese area comprende.., es un esfuerzo, sea grande o pequeño, pero un esfuerzo, y debe tener una recompensa.., llamese "experto en " o "usuario avanzado en" o "sabio en ".
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