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About the Course

This course will introduce you to Amazon Web Services (AWS) core services and infrastructure. Through demonstrations you'll learn how to use and configure AWS services to deploy and host a cloud-native application. Early in the course, your AWS instructors will discuss how the AWS cloud infrastructure is built, walk you through Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Lightsail compute services. They'll also introduce you to networking on AWS, including how to set up Amazon Virtual Public Cloud (VPC) and different cloud storage options, including Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS), Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) and Amazon Elastic File Service (EFS). Later in the course you'll learn about AWS Database services, such as Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) and Amazon DynomoDB. Your instructors will also walk you through how to monitor and scale you application on AWS using Amazon CloudWatch and Amazon EC2 Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) and Auto Scaling. Lastly, you'll learn about security on AWS, as well as how to manage costs when using the AWS cloud platform. In this course, you won't be required to complete hands-on exercises, but we strongly suggest you take advantage of the AWS Free Tier to follow along as the instructors demonstrate the AWS services. Class forums will also allow you to ask questions and interact with AWS training instructors. After completing this course, you'll have the basic fundamentals to get started on AWS. This course has been developed by AWS, and is delivered by AWS technical instructors who teach cloud computing courses around the globe....

Top reviews

AD
Oct 12, 2020

This's really a good initiative to keep the peoples educated in the new technologies and thereby improve their knowledge. This also provides a great opportunity for the people to develop their career.

BD
Nov 25, 2019

Very good information about AWS services. however, it looks like a promotional program somehow. I think aws should add some lessons about comparing with other competitive services for a broader view.

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By mukul s

Jun 27, 2019

it is fantastic all basic concept of services

By ADVAIT G K

Aug 2, 2020

Nice course for complete newbies to cloud

By mohammed n

Oct 5, 2020

Could have been better elaborated

By Tarun G

Feb 23, 2021

More Hands-on exercises needed.

By Igor C A d L

Dec 11, 2020

It lacks practical exercises.

By Armen M

Apr 9, 2020

Need practise end to end labs

By Prashant R

Oct 2, 2020

very easy, not much depth

By Rajib K

Jun 20, 2019

Course is for beginners

By Mayank N

Jul 26, 2020

Good One for Begineer.

By Venkataramanan

Apr 15, 2020

covered less titles

By Kartik A

Mar 25, 2020

COULD BE MORE GREAT

By Faisal R

Nov 9, 2019

Just ABCD of AWS.

By Prachi R M

May 10, 2020

Nice experience

By Murilo Z R

Feb 6, 2019

Simple but good

By TPHILIP P A U

Oct 1, 2020

ok ! good !

By Rahul P

Feb 18, 2021

very good

By �SAMRAT S R

May 20, 2020

Very good

By Yannick M

Apr 19, 2020

Huge add

By Fanda S

Apr 5, 2020

too easy

By MD S H

Feb 8, 2021

great

By Ashok G J

Feb 26, 2020

good

By Brett C

Sep 5, 2020

If you're completely new to IT, have never heard of provisioning servers in the cloud, and don't realize that scalability is a thing, this course is for you.

If, on the other hand, you're bringing any knowledge to the table, don't expect to get much out of these commercials. They cover a fraction of the interesting points about a small number of AWS services. There are really no hands-on labs. You can't follow along, because the things they are showing won't work by default. Look elsewhere, unless you've never, ever done anything in IT before. That's how "fundamental" this is.

By Yin W K

Feb 1, 2021

This course comes across like a huge promo for AWS. The design "language" needs to change. Make it educational without sounding like an ad. Also, the lizard needs to go. It was too campy and cringe-worthy. Fun doesn't = campiness. You can make your course more interactive without all the lizards and space helmets. Yes, I looked at the second course. Why 3 instructors if the intro can be covered by any of the other 2? Less is more. Keep thing simple.

By Dmytro A

Sep 17, 2020

This course is aimed on the non technical person and gives only basic overview that feels like advertisement. If you are technical person and want to know how to use AWS in details you better look for some other courses

During the course I felt that the goal of the course is not to give me fundamentals but more like persuade me that I should buy and use AWS

By Jason G

Jan 10, 2021

There needs to be more hands on experience with this course. There is zero hands on experience and that makes it really hard and frustrating to learn AWS. The instructors are great, but the actual course is not good, not even average. There needs a better way for students to input, to physically do the work.