Every career begins with a foundational-level certificate, and for AWS, that certificate is AWS Cloud Practitioner. This course provides in-depth knowledge of not just one AWS service but instead gives an overall understanding of AWS.
If you have little to no experience with AWS, this course is designed to help you obtain the knowledge and skills required to become an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner. By taking this course, you will gain an understanding of key AWS technologies, their use cases, and the costs and benefits of working with AWS Cloud environments.
You will get an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles. This course provides a detailed overview of cloud concepts, AWS services, security, architecture, pricing, and support.
This is starting point for anyone looking to understand Cloud Computing. This program is eligible for both technical and non-technical professionals that want to launch a career in Cloud Computing or simply understand it to contribute to their day-to-day organizational operations.
Students are required to dedicate 3 days to learning for them to succeed in this course.
The jobs you get with AWS cloud certification are the following:-
A cloud architect is responsible for transforming a project’s technical details into the design and architecture to drive the final product. The cloud architect is also responsible for bridging the gap between cloud-based solutions and complicated business challenges.
A SysOps Admin handles and maintains the computer server. His duties include operating and running the server. He is also in charge of user protection and access. The primary responsibility of the AWS SysOps administrator is to configure AWS cloud management and track and control its services.
Cloud developers design apps that run on the internet. A cloud developer’s day-to-day responsibilities are similar to that of the software engineer or web developer. They spend a lot of time researching customer requirements, designing solutions and systems, coding, debugging, etc. So they also have to deal with issues like security and performance of the system architecture.
Network specialists supervise the working and operations of networks and ensure that they run smoothly. They collect network performance data, troubleshoot issues, track network protection, forecast problems, and maintain the network.
Cloud Software Engineers solely work with cloud computing systems. They help determine the functioning of a system and provide guidance to programmers who assist in writing the software code. They might improve the functioning of existing systems or create new ones.
If you are in search of a unique learning experience this is the place for you. We guarantee you will learn market-aligned skills through our practical and comprehensive curriculum.
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AWS Cloud Practitioner Exams
In this course, you’ll learn
By the end of this course, you’ll understand AWS services and how they are leveraged to build applications and provide products and services in the real world.
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