This month our team of expert certification specialists released three new or updated learning paths, 16 courses, 13 hands-on labs, and four lab challenges!
New content on Cloud Academy
You can always visit our Content Roadmap to see what’s just released as well as what’s coming soon. March’s new content fell into these categories:
This course gets you started with AWS CloudHSM by giving you an overview of the basics of the service, what it is, and its use cases.
This course explores Amazon EventBridge and how it can be used to construct architectures in the cloud using event-driven microservices. In this course, you will learn how to use EventBridge rules and targets to react to events. We’ll then take a deeper dive into the service and learn how it differs from Amazon Kinesis and the Simple Notification Service.
This course is part one of two on how to stream data using Amazon Kinesis Data Streams. In this course, you will learn about the Kinesis service, how to get data in and out of an Amazon Kinesis Data Stream, and how streaming data is modeled. We’ll also cover Kinesis Producer Applications and Kinesis Consumer Applications and how they communicate with a Kinesis Data Stream. You’ll also learn about the limits and costs of streaming data with Amazon Kinesis, as well as how data can be secured and protected inside a stream.
Use Lightsail containers to deploy a container workload and monitor it in this lab.
Put your AWS CloudFormation skills to the test in this hands-on challenge as you are tasked with modifying a stack template.
Put your foundational cloud networking skills to the test in this hands-on challenge lab as you implement an Amazon VPC.
Put your Amazon CloudWatch skills to the test in this hands-on challenge lab as you are tasked with creating a metric filter and an alarm.
Learn how to use the Amazon CloudWatch Logs console to filter textual and JSON log events in this hands-on lab.
This course looks at how to control access to logging and monitoring on Google Cloud Platform through the use of permissions, roles, VPC Service Controls, and Logs Exporter.
Explore some of the container-based application development environments, tools, and services available for your deployments on Google Cloud Platform.
This course is part one of a series that explores how to build a chatbot using Google Dialogflow.
This course looks at how to use and manage cloud logging on the GCP platform covering logging tools and cloud audit logs.
Practice your Google Cloud Memorystore skills in a free-rein, empty GCP environment by creating Redis and Memcached clusters in any way you see fit.
This course takes a hands-on approach to implementing a Dialogflow chatbot, specifically focusing on the graphical user interface.
Learn how to create a simulated banking concierge bot using Google Dialogflow in this lab.
In this lab, you will create a banking concierge chatbot that is capable of asking clarifying and follow-up questions.
In this lab, you will integrate an online FAQ to provide a high-quality information service to your end users.
In this lab, you will learn how to make a chatbot that can look up the weather from a U.S. government forecasting API.
This learning path provides an intro to the Dialogflow service and will get you up and running with building your own chatbots.
This course explores the multiple migration strategies to consider when migrating data from SAP to Azure.
In this course, you’ll learn the basic principles of designing data flows using the Azure platform.
In this course, you’ll learn how to manage subscriptions and resource groups in Azure.
Learn how to build and trigger data pipelines in Azure Data Factory in this lab.
Learn the fundamentals of Microsoft’s Azure Synapse Analytics service, including serverless SQL pools, dedicated SQL pools, Spark pools, and Synapse Pipelines.
This course covers the services available for securing and monitoring your Alibaba cloud environment and helps you prepare for the security element of Alibaba’s ACA exam.
This learning path provides a deep dive into information security and prepares you for the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) exam.
This is a beginner-level course designed to provide you with an introduction to information technology security concepts.
In this lab, you will leverage the Yahoo Finance API using the yfinance Python library, and you will visualize the market data using the plotly Python library.
This Tech Talk introduces ExpressJS, a lightweight framework based on Node.js, which can be used for launching web applications and RESTful APIs.
Demonstrate your Yahoo Finance API and plotly knowledge by integrating them, fetching market data, and then displaying and plotting them.
Practice your Yahoo Finance API and data visualization skills in a free-rein, empty Jupyter Notebook environment by creating and managing all the components and parts the yfinance and plotly libraries offer.
In this lab, you will understand the core components of the Serverless framework, and you will use them to deploy a simple microservice with a single function on AWS.
HANDS-ON LAB: Build and Deploy a Highly Scalable Serverless CRUD Microservice With the Serverless Framework
In this lab, you will use the Serverless Framework to build and deploy a CRUD microservice, and a DynamoDB table the microservice will use to store and retrieve data.
In this lab, you will leverage the Serverless Framework to build and deploy an asynchronous microservice following the Fanout pattern. You will use SNS and SQS, and you will deploy the resources with the Serverless Framework.
Prepare for HashiCorp’s Terraform Associate exam with this learning path designed to help you enhance your knowledge of open-source HashiCorp Terraform.
Check out the complete list, including links to sign up for future webinars and watch recordings of past ones, on our Webinars page.
➡️ On April 14, we continue our Data Science webinar series “Pandas Like a Boss.” Episode 4 is about dealing with time series data. Andrea Giussani leads this five-part series.
➡️ By attending all five episodes, you will gain an intermediate level in data management and manipulation using Python and Pandas!
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- May 11 Office Hours: AWS Certified Developer – Associate | Domain 2 of 5 – Security
Learn all about Domain 2 of the AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam with our AWS Content & Security Lead, Stuart Scott.
- April 14 Pandas Like a Boss – Ep.4: How to Deal with Time Series Data
Don’t miss episode number four of our Data Science webinar series to learn how to deal with time series data with Pandas.
Recent — click to view recording:
- Office Hours: AWS Certified Developer – Associate | Domain 1 of 5 – Deployment
Take a deep dive on Domain 1 of the AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam.
- Building Skills and Tracking Results: a Tech Training Program That Works
Learn how Cloud Academy’s training programs can be laser-focused and beneficial to your organization.
- Pandas Like a Boss – Ep.3: How to Transform Your Data
Don’t miss episode number three of our Data Science webinar series and learn how to transform your data in Pandas.
- Office Hours: How to Pass the AZ-900 Exam With Confidence
Are you planning on tackling the AZ-900 exam? Follow this webinar to learn how to prepare for it in the best way possible.
- An Intro to Amazon Lightsail Containers
Join us to learn about Amazon Lightsail Containers, the easy way to run your containers in the cloud.
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