CompTIA Cloud Plus Engineers

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1 year 7 months ago #9457 by Rohit Sharma
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CompTIA Cloud Plus Engineers has a crucial role in maintaining telecommunication systems as they are responsible for planning, installing, testing, and maintaining the equipment to run a proper communication network. Their general duties include the maintenance and repair of equipment and construction of towers to ensure optimal performance. A telecom engineer’s job involves the use of various tools such as interconnect devices, network facilities, and radios. A field engineer also works with engineers from other fields for equipment installation and then report to the upper management.

A CompTIA Cloud Plus engineer should have some experience with telecommunication systems and at least a two-year degree for telecommunication field technician jobs. Telecom field engineering is a very demanding job because they have to work long hours and have to show up as soon as they receive a call when they’re not on the job. A field engineer also needs to work in high-stress scenarios and repair the equipment till the service is restored.

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1 week 2 days ago #9667 by Daniel Jones
Replied by Daniel Jones on topic CompTIA Cloud Plus Engineers
Thanks for the detailed information about CompTIA xloud plus engineers . If I'm not mistaken, the CompTIA Cloud + certification is designed to test the understanding of the cloud IT service consumption model, as well as the basic knowledge and skills in implementing the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cloud Reference Model. The certification is designed for a wide audience, including all IT / IS specialists.To obtain the status, it is enough to pass the exam with the CV0-001 code (for 2016) in the form of a computer test in the controlled environment of the VUE testing center. The exam consists of 100 questions in English, which must be answered within 90 minutes (+30 minutes if you are taking the exam in a non-English speaking country). The questions are presented in a Multiple-choice format and test your knowledge and skills across 9 domains. I learned this information from videos on YouTube in which the authors talk about various technical certifications and give advice on preparing for them. I saw more than hundreds of videos on this topic there and noticed that most often they were published by accounts that had about 36 thousand subscribers! I am sure this is because the owners of such accounts used the services of to cheat their number.

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