AWS Fundamentals Specialization

This specialization gives current or aspiring IT professionals an overview of the features, benefits, and capabilities of Amazon Web Services (AWS). As you proceed through these four interconnected courses, you will gain a more vivid understanding of core AWS services, key AWS security concepts, strategies for migrating from on-premises to AWS, and basics of building serverless applications with AWS. Additionally, you will have opportunities to practice what you have learned by completing labs and exercises developed by AWS technical instructors.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- You will be able to make an informed decision about when and how to apply key AWS services for compute, storage, and database to different use cases.
- Foundational security concepts, including basic concepts such as "least privilege" and the "Shared Responsibility Model."
- Detective controls, including Amazon CloudTrail, AWS Security Hub, Amazon GuardDuty, and AWS Config.
- Encryption of data at rest, in motion, and best practices for how to store data within and between various AWS services.

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AWS Fundamentals: Building Serverless Applications (Coursera)

This course will introduce you to Amazon Web Services (AWS) serverless architecture. Through demonstrations and hands-on exercises you'll learn skills in building and deploying serverless solutions. Using real-world examples of a serverless website and chat bot, you'll build upon your existing knowledge of the AWS cloud to take advantage [...]

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". [...]

AWS Fundamentals: Migrating to the Cloud (Coursera)

This four week course focuses on migrating workloads to AWS. We will focus on analyzing your current environment, planning your migration, AWS services that are commonly used during your migration, and the actual migration steps.