Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services is an Infrastructure as a Service public cloud platform that allows you to host any kind of application with a pay-per-use model and a broad range of services, from databases to DNS in the Cloud.

HashiCorp Vault: How to secure secrets inside microservices

HashiCorp Vault

Whether you are a developer or a system administrator, you will have to manage the issue of sharing “secrets” or secure information. In this context, a secret is any sensitive information that should be protected. For example, […]

Cloud Academy Sponsors AWS Summit – Sydney, 2017

AWS Summit Sydney Cloud Academy Official Sponsor!

We are proud of our partnership with Amazon Web Services and today, we are thrilled to share that we will be one of the sponsors at next week’s AWS Summit Sydney, April 5-6, 2017. In […]

Microsoft Azure Hands-on Labs now available at Cloud Academy!

Azure Hands-on Labs

One of the key takeaways from what we learned about how enterprises are using Cloud Academy is that it is a multi-cloud world. We are seeing more and more large enterprises going multi-cloud, and our mission […]

What is Puppet? A new course to get you started

What is Puppet?

When it comes to building and configuring IT infrastructure, especially across dozens or even thousands of servers, developers need tools that automate and streamline this process. Enter Puppet. Released in 2005, Puppet is one of […]

AWS Step Functions: a Serverless Orchestrator

AWS Step Functions

One of the most applauded announcements at re:Invent 2016 was AWS Step Functions. Step Functions is basically an orchestration service for AWS Lambda and activity-based tasks. Thanks to SFN, you can control multiple executions of your […]