OpenStack has become a sought-after skillset for IT professionals. Employers are looking to certifications for validation to ensure that they are hiring the right skill sets from the marketplace. However, with no fewer than twenty companies offering training and vendor-specific certification, accurately determining a job candidate's skill level remains a challenge.
Enter the Certified OpenStack Administration (COA) program and exam: a dozen companies from 10 countries got together in a community working group to help define skills and capabilities and what it takes to become a Certified OpenStack Administrator.
Hear from a community panel that participated in the COA working group and get the best practices on how to best prepare for the exam. No, we won’t divulge the test questions, but attendees will receive sage advice from panelists whose companies offer hands-on OpenStack training what it takes to achieve certification and hear from the companies that offer hands-on OpenStack train
Attendees planning to take the COA will learn first-hand, from a panel of training experts who helped create the exam, how the exam will be administered and scored, how job tasks were prioritized and the overall scope of the material covered.