3+ Hours of Video Instruction
More than 3 hours of video instruction to help you get up and running with AWS development, so you can quickly deploy your own applications
AWS Development Fundamentals is an easy quick-start guide to developing on AWS. The course begins with a general overview of Cloud Computing and Amazon Web Services, followed by in-depth review and demonstrations of services relevant to developers, including EC2, S3, Lambda, VPC, SNS, IAM, and RDS & DynamoDB.
This unique title will give you the knowledge you need to start developing solutions on Amazon Web so you can create and maintain applications that can scale on demand and use the full range of services provided by AWS, is in high demand. Learn all about the various bits and pieces commonly used when developing applications intended to run in AWS. This title is not intended to teach you how to program or develop applications. Rather, the goal is to help you understand the services that are available to run the applications you develop.
So get started with your AWS development today.
Learn How To
- Explore the more developer-focused offerings, such as the AWS API, SDK, AWS Security constructs, and AWS Developer Tools
- Set up a lab
- Design and develop with AWS Services
- Developers with a need to develop and deploy applications on Amazon Web Services
- Developers who have a business or personal goal to develop and deploy applications using the numerous services offered as part of Amazon Web Services
- Computer with Internet Access
- Credit Card – to sign up for an AWS Trial Account
- General understanding of the various components that make up an Internet accessible application.
About Pearson Video Training
Nick Garner recently joined Denali Advanced Integration as a Senior Solutions Architect. Prior to that he was a Solutions Integration Architect for Cisco Systems. He was with Cisco Advanced Services, supporting customers in both transactional and subscription engagements, for 10 years. He has deployed and supported large-scale data center designs for prominent clients in the San Francisco bay area. His primary technical focus outside of data center routing and switching designs is security and multicast.