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M2M & IoT Interface Design & Protocols for Embedded Systems (Coursera)

This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5348, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. M2M and IoT Interface Design and Protocols is the third of three classes in the Embedded Interface Design (EID) specialization, an online version of the on-campus [...]

Programming with Cloud IoT Platforms (Coursera)

Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging area of information and communications technology (ICT) involving many disciplines of computer science and engineering including sensors/actuators, communications networking, server platforms, data analytics and smart applications. IoT is considered to be an essential part of the 4th Industrial Revolution along with AI [...]

Amazon Aurora Service Introduction (Coursera)

Jun 24th 2024
Amazon Aurora Service Introduction (Coursera)
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Welcome to the Amazon Aurora Service Introduction course, where you'll embark on a journey to acquire practical expertise in Aurora databases and harness the power of Amazon Web Services (AWS) for efficient data management. Throughout this short course, you'll explore the industry-specific applications of Aurora and delve into database [...]

MLOps Platforms: Amazon SageMaker and Azure ML (Coursera)

Jun 24th 2024
MLOps Platforms: Amazon SageMaker and Azure ML (Coursera)
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In MLOps Platforms: Amazon SageMaker and Azure ML you will learn the necessary skills to build, train, and deploy machine learning solutions in a production environment using two leading cloud platforms: Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. This course is also a great resource for individuals looking to [...]

Amazon EC2 Basics (Coursera)

Jun 17th 2024
Amazon EC2 Basics (Coursera)
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Compute services are the backbone that power most web-based applications. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is the foundation that many other Amazon Web Services (AWS) offerings are built upon. This course provides you with the opportunity to explore the different families of EC2 instances and identify the target [...]

Creating Routing Policies to Handle Traffic with AWS Route53 (Coursera)

In this 2-hour long project based course, we will look at how to handle and divert website traffic to multiple servers using Routing Policies in AWS Route 53. We will look at how you can configure different types of Routing Policies. We will start off with Simple Routing Policy [...]

Introduction to Designing Data Lakes on AWS (Coursera)

Jun 17th 2024
Introduction to Designing Data Lakes on AWS (Coursera)
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In this class, Introduction to Designing Data Lakes on AWS, we will help you understand how to create and operate a data lake in a secure and scalable way, without previous knowledge of data science! Starting with the "WHY" you may want a data lake, we will look at [...]

Building No-code Apps using Amazon Honeycode (Coursera)

Jun 10th 2024
Building No-code Apps using Amazon Honeycode (Coursera)
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Welcome to the Building No-code Apps using Amazon Honeycode course, where you'll embark on a journey to acquire practical expertise in no-code app development and harness the power of Amazon Web Services (AWS) for efficient data management.

Building Modern Java Applications on AWS (Coursera)

In modern cloud native application development, it’s oftentimes the goal to build out serverless architectures that are scalable, are highly available, and are fully managed. This means less operational overhead for you and your business, and more focusing on the applications and business specific projects that differentiate you in [...]

AWS Fundamentals: Addressing Security Risk (Coursera)

Through presentations, demonstrations, and readings, this course will introduce security concepts for use with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Each week will focus on different aspects of security on AWS. In week one we will review some basic concepts such as "least privilege" and the "shared security model". [...]