The inherent characteristics of cloud computing architecture is utilized to create cloud native applications. The CU - Cloud Computing Native Apps Specialist (CCNAS) certification course focuses on the essential cloud computing delivery model, its architecture, and specific tests that a tester is required to know to accomplish the tasks at hand.
The certification itself is independent of any specific cloud provider; however, hands-on exercises will be performed on several of the most widely-known providers and hybrid scenarios as well. The objective of the Cloud Computing Native Apps Specialist certification is to enable the testers to understand the architecture and inherent characteristics of the cloud native apps and able to perform various types of specific tests and understand the different Hyperscalers and the tools available for performing specific tests.
Business Objectives (BO) for this course:
Understand the cloud characteristics required to support the creation of a test strategy from the perspective of the cloud native applications.
Understand the different architectures for cloud native applications.
Understand the different test strategies for functional testing of cloud native applications.
Understand the different test strategies for non-functional testing of cloud native applications.
Testing with focus on scalability and performance testing, resilience, observability, and security.
Functional testing with strategies of testing circuit breaker, contract first testing.
Testers, Test Leads and Managers, QAs, QEs and basically anyone who tests or manages the testing of cloud native applications.
For the basics of cloud testing, we highly recommend that participants hold the Cloud Test Practitioner Certificate (CU-CTP), and the ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level (CTFL) certificate (or similar or have at least read through the syllabus and understand the content), for general basic testing knowledge.
Syllabi and sample exams coming soon!
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Electronic group exams of at least 6 participants in six different languages, anywhere in the world.