I’m really curious about your answers to this question:
• with the always more frequent use of managed kubernetes clusters (EKS, GKE, and so on) together with GKE Autopilot and AWS FarGate, why do you think CKA Exam it’s worth? Do you think that a solution architect today, besides take a AWS Solution Architect Associate, a CKAD and maybe a Terraform Associate, should also take this CKA and if yes why? For Solution Architect I mean someone who is able to design all the solution e2e that today of course often pass through Cloud and Containers. E2e is like, exposing maybe microservices, logging, security matters and so on and so forth…
Very good point!