The Machine Learning Specialty Certification by Amazon Web Services (AWS), validates your ability to build, train, tune, and deploy machine learning models using the AWS Cloud.
This exam tests one’s understanding of Machine Learning theory. You do not have to be a very experienced AWS developer who knows the full depth and usage of all AWS products. However, it is vital to have an in-depth understanding of AWS and the cloud.
This domain sums for 20 percent of the exam. It covers a few AWS services and streaming tools such as Kinesis Firehose, Kinesis Data Streams, Kinesis Analytics, S3, DynamoDB, RDS, and other products in the AWS Analytics stack like Glue and Athena. It may not be that important to understand these tools in great detail, however, you are expected to know what they are and where they are used.
This domain sums for 24 percent of the exam. It covers some basic tools such as data cleaning and feature engineering. In this module, you’ll be asked questions about one-hot encoding, normalization, handling missing values, data visualization, etc.
This domain sums for 36 percent of the exam and is one of the most important parts. You are required to have a key understanding of SageMaker algorithms along with their uses. Moreover, you should know how to incorporate other frameworks such as Spark/Tensorflow into SageMaker. This module also tests on machine learning theory outside of AWS. Therefore, knowledge about
This domain sums for 20 percent of the exam. It covers a few of
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