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Top 7 Cloud Certifications of 2017

Top 7 Cloud Certifications of 2017
Amazon Web Services - AWS Certified Solutions Architect ***ON FIRE***
https://aws.amazon.com/certification/our-certifications/

Google Certified Professional: Cloud Architect **HOT**
https://cloud.google.com/certification/cloud-architect

Microsoft Azure - MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure *BOILING*
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/mcse-cloud-platform-infrastructure.aspx

Red Hat Certified Architect - DevOps *RED HOT*
https://www.redhat.com/en/services/certification/rhca/devops

Red Hat Certified Engineer *BURNING*
https://www.redhat.com/en/services/certification/rhce

VMware Cloud Management and Automation *FLAME ON*
https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/plan.cfm?plan=101016&ui=www_cert

These are what recruiters are constantly searching in high demand for in addition to DevOps. Don't forget that a minimum of an Associates Degree get's you past HR people and into the hands of IT Managers, IT Directors, etc. It's just too easy now-a-day…

The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini

Ok. You set up Wordpress. You go to upload a theme. Bam! You get this error:
The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini.
*Solution tested on Apache (Debian 8) Version 2.4.10
Now what? Don't even bother searching Google like crazy...it's already here! Optionally, you can do this after deploying a template on Google or AWS (Haven't check Azure) and save yourself the headache.
1. Launch a Google Cloud Platform (Wordpress) VM - Use the Google Click-to-Deploy version. Note: This will also work with anything that you install on CentOS, Ubuntu, SUSE or RHEL for Apache installations Only (NGINX go Here: https://goo.gl/xeGbSE)
2. Post Installation. Change the configuration with the vi editor under the php path under /etc/php5
4. username@servername:/var/www/html/wp-admin$ sudo vi /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
When you enter vi. You search with / command (key next to shift) "/upload_max_" (don't put the "). Comment out the line above (you never kno…