Cloud computing allows you to utilize shared resources available through a service provider. Those resources can be storage space, use of software applications, or servers. You can buy more resources in the cloud if you need to and you can give back resources that you no longer need. In this workshop, you will access Amazon Web Services. You will set up virtual servers, work with cloud file storage, learn about a variety of cloud collaboration options, and much more. This practical workshop will help you make the transition to working in the cloud from any device, anywhere, anytime.
Anyone who wishes to learn how to use AWS to build scalable application. This course is designed for the absolute beginner.
This is a distance class.
- You will need a PC or Mac (64 bit) with internet access.
- Please click this link and go to Amazon Web Servicesand create your account. You may need to enter your credit card information; however, you will not be charged for anything. AWS provides free access for the first year.
- You will need Google Authenticatorto login securely into your AWS account.
- Create an account with Qwiklabs. This is a (partially) free environment for you to learn the basics about AWS' essential services. qwiKLABS is AWS approved lab and qwikLABS provide hands-on practice with popular AWS services and real-world cloud scenarios.
Crawl. Walk. Run: My journey to becoming an AWS Certified Solutions Architect — Associate
Course Dates and Times
|Date and Times||Location||Course Cost/Fees|
|Synchronous online: Mondays & Wednesdays,
Jan. 13 - March 30, 2020, 7-9 p.m.
Saturdays,10 a.m.-12 p.m.
|Distance Online Course||$499|
Course Hours: 60 Hours
This workshop is offered through our continuing education online partner.