This four week course focuses on migrating workloads to AWS. We will focus on analyzing your current environment, planning your migration, AWS services that are commonly used during your migration, and the actual migration steps.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM AWS FUNDAMENTALS: MIGRATING TO THE CLOUD
Great course to provide a nice introduction on how migrations to the Cloud should be planned what aspects to take into consideration and what kind of tools are available to assist.
Labs where lil bit confusing. But the course was so so so better than previous two courses.Looking forward to complete last course as well.Both instructors were awesome.
Amazing course!! Gives you a good perspective on how to migrate applications on to Cloud. One thing that can be improved is that Videos are too short for few services.
Some of the lab exercises need to be reconstructed their steps are not giving clear details about hands-on and later it gives an error or not giving expected outcomes
About the AWS Fundamentals Specialization
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