Learn some interesting facts about AWS, get a brief overview of the course, and understand how the AWS developer associate certification can help your career.
Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world.
The worldwide cloud computing market grew 28% in revenues in 2015, which is 110 billion US dollars, and the public cloud revenue is expected to grow to 167 billion dollars by 2020.
AWS developer associate is the perfect certification that proves your technical expertise in identifying appropriate AWS architecture and in designing developing and deploying optimum AWS cloud solutions.
You’ll enhance your existing knowledge of AWS so that you can identify and deploy secure procedures for optimal cloud deployment and maintenance.
You will learn how to develop and maintain applications written for s3 DynamoDB SQL, SNS SWS AWS elastic Beanstalk, and AWS cloud formation, you will be able to identify and implement cloud security best practices with the certification.
You will be an asset to any organization helping it to leverage the benefits of best practices around advanced cloud-based solutions and identify and implement the appropriate architecture for development, testing, and staging environments.
AWS developer associate level course will help you understand the key concepts required to prepare for the certification exam.
Before diving into the course details let us get a glimpse of all the exciting ways you get to learn about AWS to delve into the various AWS services to work with the AWS management console. Learn the CLI commands, validate your knowledge, practice assignments, and the three live projects included for you to gain hands-on experience with AWS management console and Learn CLI to become a domain expert in building deploying and managing systems in AWS.
- For this course, you should have attended the AWS essentials course or should have the equivalent experience in developing applications with API interfaces.
- You should have a basic understanding of relational and non-relational databases and be familiar with messaging and queuing services, you can reach out to the teaching assistants support staff at any time during the course for clarifying your questions and for assistance with projects you can submit your queries at help and support on our website or get connected with our staff using simply talk and live chat options.