Do I need to start with cloud practitioners certification or can I directly jump to Architect associate certification?

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Is it ok to start with cloud practitioners certification or we can directly jump to Architect associate certification? Please suggest. What would be the ideal way?
Aug 26, 2019 in AWS by Bob
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You do not really need the practitioner certificate. You just need the knowledge before going ahead with architect associate certification.
answered Aug 26, 2019 by Vasudha

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