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Learning paths

  • Azure

    Azure 70-533 Certification: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions

    This learning path is designed to help you prepare for the Azure 70-533 Certification exam, Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions.

  • Azure

    Azure 70-532 Certification: Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions

    This learning path is designed to help you prepare for the Azure 70-532 Certification exam, Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions.

  • AWS

    Certified Security Specialty on AWS

    A learning path that goes in depth on security for AWS, designed for those who want to pass the new Security Specialty certification on AWS, but also valuable to anyone needing to manage security.

  • Cloud Computing

    Considering a Cloud Computing Career

    This learning path is the best place to start if you're looking to launch a career in cloud computing, and want to understand what the landscape is.

  • Cloud Computing

    Cloud Computing for Business Managers

    A learning path for managers who don't need to be experts at cloud computing, but do need to understand the landscape in order to make informed business decisions.

  • AWS

    Certified Big Data Specialty on AWS

    A learning path that goes in depth on big data for AWS, designed for those who want to pass the new Big Data Specialty certification on AWS, but also valuable to anyone needing to manage data.

  • AWS

    Certified Advanced Networking Specialty on AWS

    A learning path that goes in depth on advanced networking for AWS, designed for those who want to pass the new Advanced Networking Specialty certification on AWS, but also valuable to anyone needing to networking.

  • Google

    Certified Pro Architect for Google Cloud

    This learning path will provide the materials you need to prepare for your Google Cloud Pro Architect Certification exam.

  • Cloud Computing

    Benefits of Cloud Technology to Business: Getting Started With Migration

    This learning path will help businesses and organizations understand if a strategic decision to move to the cloud is the right choice, and to provide the logical steps and points of consideration when doing so up to the point and including planning for a cloud migration strategy plan.

  • Cloud Computing

    Getting Started with Ansible

    This learning path covers the fundamentals of instilling and configuring the Ansible environment, creating playbooks, and will teach the use of modules and plugins. Later in the path, we will install and use Ansible Tower, creating and managing inventories, projects, and jobs.

  • Google

    Systems Operations for Google Cloud Platform

    These days systems operations professionals are responsible for implementing, deploying, and running applications that are becoming more and more complex. Applications are expected to be always up-and-running, and highly performant. This learning path will teach you how to use the Google Cloud Platform to create highly available, highly scalable, secure application environments.

  • Cloud Computing

    Getting Started with Serverless Computing

    This learning path provides a practical introduction to the world of serverless computing. It is comprised of learning-orientated courses mixed with hands on labs, ensuring you can grasp the concepts of serverless computing and learn the hands on aspects of building serverless solutions.

  • Azure

    Updated Azure 534 Certification: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions

    Updated learning path for the Azure 534 Certification, reflecting the changes in the exam to test your Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions knowledge.

Courses

  • AWS

    Working with CloudHSM

    The AWS CloudHSM service helps you meet corporate, contractual and regulatory compliance requirements for data security by using dedicated Hardware Security Module (HSM) appliances within the AWS cloud. In this course, we will cover CloudHSM - what it is, how it works, and setting up and using a CloudHSM appliance. In addition, we'll look at use cases and considerations.

  • AWS

    API Gateway

    In this course, you'll learn to recognize and explain the core aspects of application program interfaces (API), and the Amazon API Gateway Service. In addition, you'll learn how to implement a secure API using the Amazon API Gateway service, as well as APIs with HTTP, Lambda and AWS services endpoints.

  • Azure

    Intro to Azure Storage Solutions

    This course will cover some of the common storage options beyond Azure Storage service, including SQL and NoSQL.

  • Azure

    Azure App Services: Web Apps and Mobile Apps

    App Services makes it easy to get web and mobile back-ends up and running without having to manage the underlying infrastructure. This course will show how to use App Services to deploy and manage apps.

  • AWS

    Monitoring Services with AWS CloudWatch

    This course covers an overview of CloudWatch, the common use cases for the service, and details about configuring CloudWatch, enabling custom metrics, creating triggers and events, aggregating data and reporting on metrics, as well as integrating with other services.

  • Azure

    Azure Fundamentals

    This course assumes some knowledge of Azure, and covers the fundamentals of the platform at a high leevl.

  • Azure

    Azure Storage

    This course will cover how to use the different Azure Storage service options.

  • Azure

    Azure Resource Manager Virtual Machines

    Virtual Machines are a cornerstone for many cloud based solutions; this course covers how to get the most out of Azure VMs.

  • Azure

    Azure Security Solutions

    This course will focus on security inside of Azure, including encryption, security monitoring, and more.

  • Azure

    Azure Serverless

    Being able to focus on business logic, rather than managing servers, makes developers and ops more productive. This course will show how to develop and deploy code using Azure Functions.

  • Cloud Computing

    Career Opportunities in the Cloud

    This course is meant to give you a insight into career options in the cloud, why should you care cloud computing, and what you should learn to get a job in the industry.

  • Cloud Computing

    Comparing Cloud Platforms for Business

    Detailed look at the pros and cons of AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, including their strengths, weaknesses, highlighting services, and covering pricing.

  • AWS

    Introduction to AWS

    This course is intended for anyone getting to know the cloud landscape, and wanting to familiarize themselves with AWS, including beginning to work in the console.

  • AWS

    Introduction to AWS CloudTrail

    This course will provide an introduction into the AWS CloudTrail service, which captures and logs all API calls made within AWS, allowing you to view API call history. We will examine the different elements of the service, including trails, event selectors, and logs. The course will also look at how AWS CloudTrail interacts with other AWS services such as AWS CloudWatch, SNS, and S3, allowing AWS CloudTrail to become a key security analysis tool.

  • Cloud Computing

    Getting Started with Chef

    In this course you’ll learn how to use Chef to manage your servers. You’ll learn about how to create your own recipes to configure a server to meet your desired state. You’ll also learn about using community created cookbooks from the Chef Supermarket. By the end of this course you’ll have a solid foundation, to get you started working with Chef.

  • AWS

    AWS Security: Abstract & Container Services

    To implement successful security policies and procedures, you need to understand your security responsibilities as a customer of AWS. Depending on your chosen service to implement, this level of responsibility will shift and fluctuate. This course will focus on two different AWS classifications of services; Abstract and Container services. We will look at the best practices that surround the most common services that fall into each of these classifications, such as RDS and Elastic Beanstalk for 'Container' and S3 and SQS for the 'Abstract' classification.

  • Cloud Computing

    Getting Started With Puppet

    This course provides an introduction to Puppet's platform for automatically delivering, operating and securing your infrastructure.

  • Cloud Computing

    Introduction to Kubernetes

    Kubernetes is platform created by Google to help you manage container orchestration and has quickly become one of the top container orchestration platforms for good reason. In this course you'll learn how to use Kubernetes to get your containers under control.

  • Azure

    Introduction to Azure Virtual Networking

    This course explains how networking works inside Azure, in particular using ARM networks.

Labs

  • AWS

    Develop Consumers for Amazon Kinesis Streams

    Learn how to fetch and process batches of events off your Kinesis streams with AWS Lambda.

  • AWS

    Introduction to AWS Step Functions

    In this lab, we will see what is AWS Step Functions and in which kind of problem this service is the best solution. At the end of this lab, we will have created a solution that combines Lambda and Step Functions for a fictitious gaming application.

  • AWS

    Introduction to CodeCommit

    AWS CodeCommit is a fully-managed source control service that makes it easy for companies to host secure and highly scalable private Git repositories. In this lab, you will go through the basic usage of this CodeCommit plus how to connect to and manage repositories.

  • AWS

    React to CodeCommit Events with AWS Lambda

    In this lab, we will learn how to process CodeCommit events with a Lambda Function. As a simple example, we will use Python to create custom SNS notifications, containing useful information about branch, author and message for each commit.

  • AWS

    Expanding EBS Volumes on Linux Instances

    You can increase the storage space of an existing EBS volume without losing the data on the volume. To do this, you migrate your data to a larger volume and then extend the file system on the volume to recognize the newly-available space. This lab gives you a chance to use Linux to complete this.

  • AWS

    Expanding EBS Volumes on Windows Instances

    You can increase the storage space of an existing EBS volume without losing the data on the volume. To do this, you migrate your data to a larger volume and then extend the file system on the volume to recognize the newly-available space. In this lab you will have a chance to do that using Windows.

  • Cloud Computing

    Ansible: Deploying Web Applications

    In this lab you’ll be deploying a simple Python based web application. This will be a basic LAMP stack, with the “P” representing Python. The goal of this lab is to introduce you to roles, templates and handlers.

  • AWS

    Introduction to the AWS CLI

    The AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a unified tool to manage your AWS services. With just one tool to download and configure, you can control multiple AWS services from the command line and automate them through scripts.

  • AWS

    Automate image labeling with Amazon Rekognition

    In order to automate the labels extraction process, we will build a serverless system that runs object detection on every image uploaded to S3. We will use AWS Lambda for the processing logic, and save the results on a DynamoDB table.

  • Cloud Computing

    Getting Started with Ansible

    The goal in this lab is to create your first playbook. It will be the first step in creating what is known as a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Python -sometimes Perl or PHP) server. We’ll start by laying the framework down.

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