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Cloud computing is quickly becoming one of the most essential pieces of technology in the current digital market. So much so, it’s predicted that spending across the globe on cloud-based storage will double in the next two years.

One of the biggest and most popular cloud computing services is Amazon Web Services (AWS), so as more companies turn to this cloud storage solution, there’s never been a better time for you to learn about AWS by enrolling in one of our courses. Our courses will show you how Amazon Web Services can help organisations lower IT costs and speed up day-to-day functions.

All of our courses are online too, meaning that you can learn whenever you want, wherever you are. Whether you’re looking for a briefer overview like you can find in one of our free online courses, or you want to try out one of our ExpertTrack learning subscriptions for a more in-depth learning experience, you can start building your knowledge today.

Gain AWS credentials

If you are looking to prove to a prospective employer that you have the skills and the knowledge in the world of cloud storage and an understanding of AWS services, you’ll find that many of our courses offer a certification upon completion.

Our courses are also affiliated with the AWS Academy Cloud Foundation, the official training body of Amazon Web Services, giving you the chance to stand out to potential employers. In addition, these credentials can be shared with your professional network too.

Build your career in AWS

In the world of cloud computing, Amazon Web Services was one of the pioneers, and ever since, they have been one of the leading providers of cloud storage. With more organisations turning towards cloud computing solutions, there’s never been a better time to take one of our courses and open up all sorts of opportunities.

With AWS systems currently accounting for a third of all internet user traffic, which is also expected to increase, there will be plenty of options if you have the right training. If you are looking for a stable career with plenty of room for growth, taking an Amazon Web Services course is a step in the right direction.

Learn the principles of cloud-based computing

The benefits of cloud computing are numerous - from reduced IT costs to increased collaboration efficiency through to more flexible work practices and improved security. Learn the principles of AWS cloud computing with one of our courses and find out about Python and other cloud computing systems such as Microsoft Azure.

Discover the many acronyms linked to cloud computing, such as PaaS (Platform-as-a-service) and IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), and unlock the true potential that cloud computing can provide for you and your organisation.

Your options for studying AWS

If you are looking to learn about Amazon Web Services (AWS) and discover the true power of cloud-based computing, then we have plenty of courses for you. Having cloud computing skills will help your CVstand out from the crowd, and will open up many employment opportunities - from data science and DevOps through to front-end and full-stack development.

By enrolling in one of our short courses, you’ll get a good taste of AWS over a couple of weeks. For a more in-depth overview of Amazon Web Services and all the possibilities that it can provide, our ExpertTrack options are a great option. You’ll not only learn all the elements of AWS, but will also get an overview of Microsoft Azure, AI, and DevOps too.

FAQs

What is AWS?

AWS is an acronym that stands for Amazon Web Services, and is a subsidiary of Amazon that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to both individuals and companies. It is the market leader in IaaS and PaaS for cloud computing systems.

What does Amazon Web Services do?

AWS offers a huge range of cloud-based products, including storage, analytics, management tools, security, databases, and compute. These services can help companies save money on IT costs and permit them to be more functional, allowing them to scale and grow.

What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is, in essence, the delivery of computing services over the internet. This means that everything from servers to storage is available on the internet (or ‘the cloud’) rather than via physical hard drives.

How does cloud computing work?

Cloud computing works by enabling users access to the ‘cloud’, a series of internet-based servers, via any chosen device such as laptop, smartphone, or tablet. Users can also download data from the cloud and edit documents simultaneously with other users. It makes working in collaboration much easier, and also makes working from home easier too.

One of the key attractions to Amazon Web Services (AWS) is that users and companies only pay for what they use. There isn’t an upfront cost to build the storage system, and no estimations as to usage, so each user has their costs scaled accordingly. It is also incredibly secure, thanks to the diversification of data centres.

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