Since you have experience, I would recommend starting with either CompTIA Cloud+ or, since I favor Microsoft, AZ-900. Both are going to give you a good introduction to cloud computing. Both of these are more performance-based than CompTIA Cloud Essentials, which is designed for IT an non-IT that need an introduction to cloud computing., and more terminology and concept-based.
We are in the process of updating our certification roadmaps, stay tuned!
A+, Network+, IT Fundamentals
@Jennifer-Ringler Interesting. So no routing issues or OSPF anomalies under the failure condition that I specified? You essentially had two area 1 routers connected to completely separate area 0 ABRs? No direct connectivity between the Area 1 routers?
So I've just been going back through the videos on 70-742 before a final crack at the exam, and also going over the Microsoft exam skills outline.
The green course book was released in mid 2017 before Microsoft released the changes in their exam, which came out in November 2017. The videos were recorded in 2018 however, but still doesn't appear to be a section on Authentication Silos.
Are these the dark art and why it has been missed out of the catalogue?
AWS, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Services
@Daniel-Loyer We re-recorded this course, as we often to, to improve our format and production. You can find the more recent version here https://app.itpro.tv/course/aws-certified-sysops-administrator-associate.
GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, Red Hat and others
The easiest and most efficient path is to use two hard drives in a RAID 0 mirror. Most motherboards include RAID support these days, and RAID 0 mirrors the disk regardless of what operating system you run. If that is not an option, you could always script cloning your disks using dd or manually clone them using software like CloneZilla or GParted. I use the scripted approach on most of my Raspberry Pis as they don't support hardware RAID.