Certification is one way of assuring your skill sets for a particular area interest. A common confusion among a lot of people is the difference between ‘certification’ and ‘certificate.’ A ‘certification’ should have a renewal date with periodic re-assessments and is not for life. A ‘certificate’ may, may not be, for life.
Pytriot has a path to cover in-depth the various facets of IoT ecosystem.
assesses an individual on the working knowledge of IoT devices, the protocols they use to communicate, the programming languages and basic programming to run IoT devices, the overall security required to make sure the system is secure
IoT Communication Expert
tests the in-depth knowledge of an individual for the various protocols used during the IoT lifecycle. It covers the packet level discussion for the different protocols at Layer2, Layer3 and above. A candidate is required to pass IoT System Administrator before attempting this certification successfully.
IoT Languages Expert
test an individual’s programming skills using common languages like C++, Python and R. It would check the solutions created by an individual. R covers the Analytics quotient of IoT. A candidate is required to attempt IoT System Administrator before attempting this certification successfully.
IoT Security Expert
assesses the test taker on the robustness of security deployed across the IoT ecosystem. It prepares an individual on various attacks, vulnerabilities of the solutions used and the risk mitigation techniques. A candidate is required to pass IoT System Administrator before attempting this certification successfully.
is the endorsement of the expert-level knowledge an individual has in the various sections of IoT ecosystems like IOT Communications, Languages and Security. It further assesses the creativity of a person to embrace IoT or IoTify by drafting business cases to show positive ROCE. A candidate is required to pass IoT System Administrator before attempting this certification.