I've been researching some of the ins and outs of cloud computing lately, and it's really starting to come on gangbusters. In late November, 2011, CompTIA launched its Cloud Essentials entry-level cert, but if you look around you'll find lots of "cloud action" on all certification fronts.
On today's certification landscape, the clouds are often just part of the overall landscape, rather than an exclusive focus--except for all but a handful of credentials. In addition to the CompTIA Cloud Essentials , GoCertify lists only EMC certifications with "Cloud" in their names:
My own research turns up the following additional cloud-imbued credentials
In addition, numerous primary and third party sources express their opinions that other certs that don't include "cloud" as part of their designations also include substantial cloud coverage and content:
I suspect this is just the first wave of a whole raft of cloud-specific and -inclusive certifications making their way onto the scene. Looks like this is a HUGE growth area, with lots of room for aspiring IT professionals looking to get their heads around something complex and interesting.