Global Knowledge Why get CompTIA Cloud+ certified? CompTIA Cloud+ is the most recent exam to validate your knowledge on cloud computing. CompTIA Cloud+ continues that tradition of vendor-neutral certifications. Cloud computing has been embraced by business leaders who have seen the potential return on investment (ROI), while IT leaders have discovered the benefits of total costs of ownership (TCO), for technology rollouts. These two factors have helped cloud computing rise to the top of the IT field. According to the Global Knowledge 2018 IT Skills and Salary Report, it ranks as the most popular tech area worldwide. Cloud administrators are required by businesses to manage them. This demand is expected to continue growing. IT decision-makers are having difficulty finding qualified cloud talent. Our report shows that the cloud skills shortage is caused by the fact that it requires more than one or two skills to grow the cloud. What is CompTIA Cloud+ certification? CompTIA Cloud+ certification is vendor-neutral and performance-based. It covers technologies that help to build and support cloud infrastructures. This certification helps to identify skillsets that can create cloud technologies, network, computation, storage, and other related skills. CompTIA Cloud+ training also helps to identify data center skills expertise. The CompTIA Cloud+ exam is open to all. The following job roles are ideal candidates for the CompTIA Cloud+ exam: System administrator – responsible for computer systems Network administrator. Network engineer – responsible for creating and deploying connectivity. Cloud developer – manages the details of cloud scheduling. Project manager (cloud)- manages various aspects of cloud scheduling. Cloud engineer – builder of cloud/data centres Manager (data center SANSs) fibre channel manager with storage area network. Business analyst (cloud computing).