Introduction to the Public Cloud Platforms


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There are three major players in the public cloud arena - Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft's Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. This learning path provides you with an overview of the three platforms, and then takes a closer look at each. By looking at the three platforms together, you will be able to see what the strengths and weaknesses of each are, how they align with your larger goals, as well as get a sense of where the industry is heading as a whole.

For individuals and organizations looking for a deeper understanding of the cloud computing space, or some direction for which platform to dive deeper into depending on the direction you are looking to head, this is a great starting point. 


  • April 16, 2018 - Added Learning Path Exam
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OverviewThis exam will test the tools and services discussed in the Introduction to the Public Cloud Platforms learning path. You have 30 minutes to complete 20 multiple-choice questions.You must score 60 percent or higher to pass this exam.Questions will focus on the following topics:Overview of AWSOverview of Microsoft AzureOverview of Google Cloud PlatformOnce you begin your exam session:You ...
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