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Become a competent practitioner on AWS Cloud. Learn Cloud Computing concepts & the basics of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Introduction to Cloud Computing on Amazon AWS for Beginners: Description
This introduction to cloud computing on Amazon AWS course takes you from the AWS basics to being a competent AWS cloud practitioner. You’ll learn general cloud computing concepts and AWS from fundamentals right through to advanced concepts. You’ll also build hands-on skills using many of the core Amazon Web Services (AWS) services. Ideal for beginners – absolutely no cloud computing experience is required!
We use a highly visual and effective method of teaching cloud computing and AWS concepts using diagrams and animations (no bullet-point slides!). There are lots of hands-on exercises using an Amazon Web Services (AWS) free tier account to give you practical experience.
If you’re interested in moving into a high-paying career working with cloud computing services – this is the best way to get started. You’ll build knowledge from beginner level to advanced concepts, with plenty of opportunities to practice what you’re learning.
Here’s a snapshot of some of the awesome skills you’ll learn using this course:
Learn fundamental concepts of cloud computing and including storage, database, networking, virtualization, containers, and cloud architecture
Create an AWS Free Tier account and launch your first virtual servers (Amazon EC2 instances) on the AWS Cloud
Configure elasticity, high availability and fault tolerance using Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling and Amazon Elastic Load Balancing
Create and configure storage services and upload files and objects using Amazon EBS, Amazon EFS and Amazon S3
Launch a relational database on Amazon RDS and a NoSQL database using Amazon DynamoDB
Automatically deploy infrastructure using code through AWS CloudFormation
Create a Platform as a Service (PaaS) application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk
Learn how to use DevOps tools on AWS to automate a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline
Implement serverless computing and Docker containers on AWS using AWS Lambda and Amazon ECS
Create event-driven architectures with serverless on Lambda
Create loosely coupled services with Amazon SQS and Amazon SNS
This is a great way to get started with cloud computing and also a great starting point for those planning to earn their AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner or AWS Certified Solutions Architect certifications (you will need additional courses aimed at those AWS certifications)…