In this course, you’ll learn foundational skills you need for a career in cloud computing. You’ll start by learning about fundamental concepts such as the advantages of cloud computing, deployment models, and the similarities and differences across major cloud service providers.
Then, you will practice using AWS to create identity and access management policies, store data in an S3 storage bucket, and launch an ec2 instance and set up automated provisioning. At the end of the course, you will tackle serverless architecture and data storage using AWS Elasticache.
Prerequisites and Requirements
Udacity recommends that students are familiar with networking basics such as DNS, Linux servers, and web servers.
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Why take this course?
The global cloud services market is expected to grow by 17% in 2020, for a total value of $266 billion, and by 2022 60% of organisations will utilise public cloud services. The explosive growth of cloud computing services puts cloud computing skills in high demand, and companies are looking for professionals with cloud computing skills to fill a variety of roles from cloud developer to cloud devops engineer or cloud architect, with average starting salaries for a cloud developer reaching $112,000.
By the end of this course you’ll be able to navigate AWS services in the console, store data on an S3 storage bucket, launch a virtual machine, and create a serverless application.