The original question was about prepping. I think that might be a question
best suited for datastax, since you’re paying them for the cert.
On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 9:02 AM Ben Bromhead <> wrote:

> Certification is only as good as the organizations that recognize it.
> Identify what you want to get out of certification, whether that
> certificate will get what you want and make a decision based on that. The
> delivered content can be the best in the world, but if no one recognizes it
> then the certification element becomes meaningless.
> I would be asking any certification provider which companies actually
> accept it or recognize it as a demonstration of skill. Especially if you
> are going to pay money for it.
> On the other hand if you are just looking to build knowledge / get some
> classroom experience then you can look at the various options with a more
> subjective approach.
> This is just my 2c based on a past life in the IT Security world where
> "certifications" are a massive business and acceptance of certifications
> can vary place to place and not a commentary on any of the certification
> providers you directly mentioned :)
> On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 11:09 AM Abdul Patel <> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I am preparing for cassandra certification(dba) orielly has stopped the
>> cassandra cerrification so the best bet is datastax now per my
>> knwledge ds201 and 220 should be enough for cerrification and also i am
>> reading definitive guide on cassandra ..any other material required ? Any
>> practise test websites? As certification is costly and wanna clear in one
>> go ...
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