AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional 2022 - Hands On!

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Pass the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional Certification (DOP-C01) with 20 hours of advanced hands-on videos

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Stephane Maarek | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,Solutions Architect,Developer

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r/AWSCertifications • post
56 points • stephanemaarek
New Course: AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional

Hi all!

I've seen you praising my courses a lot here and I'm super grateful for it <3

I just want to let you know I've released a new course on AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional.

@Admin: I know this is promotional in nature but I thought I'd let the community know.

Here's a link with a $10 coupon:

Happy learning, and happy to answer any questions you may have :)

Stephane Maarek

r/devops • comment
2 points • bih_goncalves

Hey, if you want to take a look on each tool from AWS, I suggest you to try this Udemy course:

It's practical and it's cheap because of new year's promotional code.

r/AWSCertifications • comment
12 points • kenneth-samonte

I usually say go with SA-Associate level first, but

for 10 years of experience and you are currently on a DevOps role, and you are already comfortable on working on AWS, I think you will do fine on taking directly to the DevOps Pro exam.

For preparation, you can follow video courses like this one:

And have practice exam like this one:

If you want to try out FREE practice question to gauge your knowledge, try these:


Having said that, it is not impossible to take both the Developer Associate, and then the DevOps Professional cert until the end of the year. It is still a long way to go before the year ends and your study for the certs should be a breeze since you are already experienced in AWS.


What ever path you take, good luck,

Kenneth (Tutorials Dojo)

r/AWSCertifications • comment
5 points • acantril

For these two I think your best options are

DEVOPS : Stephanes course on this one I've been told is decent (full disclosure he is a competitor )

For the ML cert, although this one isn't 100% finished mike is an AWS hero, active in the ML space and his lessons (and demos) are awesome.

I don't think you will find better in terms of AWS focussed courses for those two right now.

Mike's is focussed on real world skills too .. so as well as passing the exam, you are going to learn some real skills. I haven't personally used Stephanes so I can't say either way.

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1 points • 0ni0nrings

Few are on the same boat, DevOps Pro isn't out yet on or that would've been the recommendation however there is an amazing course on Udemy by /u/stephanemaarek

it is fully hands on and covers all the exam objectives, pair that with practice exam from /u/jon-bonso-tdojo & you have combination that should prepare you well