You're going to find cloud services being used at nearly any enterprise you work for. So it's important for us developers to at least have a high-level understanding of this infrastructure.
And since AWS has the dominant share of the cloud market, being familiar with it is incredibly valuable and opens a lot of doors.
But gaining that familiarity isn't easy. Just browsing through the list of 200+ services is overwhelming.
Getting started with learning AWS usually involves having a dozen or more open tabs and the feeling that you're going down a rabbit hole that never ends.
This course is an alternative to that stress. It has been structured like a boat tour on a river of knowledge, linearly guiding you through the core of AWS Cloud.
By the end of this course, you will be confidently spinning up servers, creating relational databases, storing static assets, and writing serverless functions with confidence.
So, whether you need to learn AWS for your current job or are looking to earn your cloud practitioner certification, start watching this course and gain the skills you need today.