AWS Training and Certification Blog
New courses and updates from AWS Training and Certification in July 2022
Editor’s note: In July, Amazon Web Services (AWS) Training and Certification released new courses and offerings for cloud learners of all backgrounds, AWS customers, and AWS Partners. New digital courses focus on AWS Cloud Adoption Framework 3.0, cost optimization and operations, storage with Amazon Snow Family, Amazon FSx, and developing with Amazon EC2. Additionally, we have the AWS Partner course on Sales Accreditation (Business).
AWS Digital Training
Cloud framework: Learn AWS Cloud Adoption Framework 3.0
Introduction to the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) is a 60-minute fundamental-level, digital course designed for customers and Partners who are involved in digital transformation, modernizing existing workloads, and implementing new cloud-native solutions – such as chief executive officers, chief financial officers, chief operations officers, chief information officers, and chief technology officers. During this course, individuals will learn about the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework 3.0 structure and how it can guide successful cloud transformation. Start learning with Introduction to the AWS CAF today.
Finance: Learn about cost optimization and operations within AWS
Optimizing your FinOps Strategy with AWS is a 50-minute fundamental-level, digital course designed for anyone with an interest in learning more about the intersection of cost optimization and operations within AWS, such as financial analysts. The course helps learners better understand both the “how” of managing costs (operational considerations) and the “why” (financial insights with tracking and analyzing spend), framing various cloud topics in the context of both finance and operational considerations. Learners will leave the course with greater confidence in discussing and evaluating AWS cost and operations matters. Start learning with Optimizing your FinOps Strategy with AWS today.
Intermediate- and Advanced-level courses
Storage: Learn how to optimize your workload to the right AWS Snow option
For technical learners interested in gaining a better understanding of when and why to use a particular AWS Snow Family device, we have released three new digital courses: AWS Snowcone Primer (fundamental-level course), AWS Snowball Edge Primer (intermediate-level course), and AWS Snowball Edge Logistics and Planning (intermediate-level course). These courses teach learners how to configure for a specific storage migration or remote compute use case, and become familiar with all the features of the device. You’ll also learn what settings and properties influence decision making, and how to map your implementation’s size or workload performance needs to the right Snow option. Each course includes a knowledge check with detailed feedback within each module. Start learning about AWS Snowcone Primer, AWS Snowball Edge Primer, and AWS Snowball Edge Logistics and Planning today.
Storage: Learn how to create and deploy Amazon FSx for OpenZFS
Build with Amazon FSX for OpenZFS is a 60-minute intermediate-level, digital course intended for a technical audience to learn about the features, benefits, and common use cases for Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP. Participants will learn how easy it is to create and deploy Amazon FSx for OpenZFS file systems. The course also covers pricing, management, and monitoring options available with Amazon FSx for OpenZFS. The course includes knowledge checks with detailed feedback within each module. Start learning about Building with Amazon FSx for OpenZFS today.
Storage: Learn intermediate and advanced uses of Amazon FSx
Today, we’re announcing the launch of two new digital courses: Moving to the Cloud with Amazon FSx and Running High Performance Applications with Amazon FSx. These intermediate and advanced level courses, intended for a technical audience, examine why and when to choose a particular type of Amazon FSx file system for a given set of storage migration, storage extension, performance, or application requirements. You’ll learn the unique performance characteristics of different file systems, what settings and properties influence decision-making, and how to map your implementation’s size or workload performance needs to the right file system option. Start learning about Moving to the Cloud with Amazon FSx and Running High Performance Applications with Amazon FSx today.
Developer: Learn to build with Amazon EC2
Build with Amazon EC2 is a two-hour intermediate-level, digital course, designed for cloud architects, DevOps engineers, operations staff, and developers who develop, deploy, and maintain applications on AWS Cloud. Individuals will learn about components of EC2 instances and walk away with the ability to configure, launch, and access EC2 instances. Aligned to changes and updates to core AWS services, this course offers structured interactive learning, including knowledge checks with detailed feedback. Start learning with Build with Amazon EC2 today.
AWS Partner courses
Course for AWS Partners on Sales Accreditation (Business)
Designed for AWS Partner sales roles, AWS Partner: Sales Accreditation (Business) teaches the business value of cloud, how to overcome common customer objections, and how-to co-sell with AWS. Plus, learners can earn the new AWS Sales Accreditation and associated digital badge to demonstrate their knowledge to their employer, customers, prospects, and peers. This course is available in English globally as an instructor-led class or self-paced digital course.
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