Pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam, and prove that you know a thing or two about the cloud!
This AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner training is for absolutely anyone seeking to learn the major components of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Even if you have never logged into the AWS platform before, by the end of the course, you’ll be prepared to pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam. (We know, because we send our own team members through it.)
A Cloud Guru is industry recognized as the fastest and easiest way to get up to speed on all things cloud. We’ve trained over a quarter million engineers, marketers, executives, and business roles on the fundamentals of Amazon Web Services. We take an “explain-it-like-I’m-5” approach by explaining things simply, without industry jargon. We know you’re here to learn, so no programming knowledge is needed, and no prior AWS experience is required. We will walk you through the cloud one step at a time.
We designed the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner prep course for non-technical personnel in sales, support, and managerial roles who need to understand AWS at a high level, but don’t need to know each service on a technical level.
Having the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification will help marketing, sales, legal, and finance professionals to better interact with developers and other IT professionals engaged in AWS-related projects. And earning this credential is also a great first step toward the more technical AWS Associate-level certifications.
Together, we’ll walk you through the AWS global infrastructure, each of the major services, security in the cloud, and AWS pricing models, so that you are able to:
Define what the AWS Cloud is and the basic global infrastructure; Describe basic AWS Cloud architectural principles; Describe the AWS Cloud value proposition; Describe key services on the AWS platform and their common use cases (for example, compute and analytics); Describe basic security and compliance aspects of the AWS platform and the shared security model; Define the billing, account management, and pricing models; Identify sources of documentation or technical assistance (for example, white papers or support tickets); and Describe basic/core characteristics of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud.
We know that you’re busy, so this course consists of 5-20 minute videos that let you learn at your own pace. Our video lessons keep it simple, making sure you grasp new concepts at the right level before moving on.