AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Training
This intermediate Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) training prepares learners to launch, manage, configure and troubleshoot virtual private cloud networks and resources within the AWS ecosystem of tools and services.
Managing, deploying and configuring Amazon's Virtual Private Cloud is, quite simply, a core competency for any cloud administrator. Amazon VPC is a cost-effective way to bring all the power and versatility you're getting from EC2 deployments into the networking layer. It's about as hard to imagine a cloud that doesn't rely on an EC2 instance somewhere as it is to imagine a cloud administrator who doesn't know how to launch AWS resources into a virtual network from VPC.
After finishing this AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) training, you'll know how to launch, manage, configure and troubleshoot virtual private cloud networks and resources within the AWS ecosystem of tools and services.
For anyone who leads an IT team, this AWS training can be used to onboard new cloud administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as an AWS reference resource.
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC): What You Need to Know
For any cloud administrator looking to improve their proficiency with AWS tools, this AWS course covers topics such as:
- Launching AWS resources into a virtual network
- Operating a virtual network without need for data centers or infrastructure
- Managing VPCs from AWS management console, CLI, SDKs or APIs
- Scaling storage and compute resources up to match needs
- Specifying IP address ranges, adding subnets, configuring routing tables, and more
Who Should Take AWS VPC Training?
This Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) training is considered associate-level AWS training, which means it was designed for cloud administrators. This Amazon VPC skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with AWS tools and experienced cloud administrators looking to validate their AWS skills.
New or aspiring cloud administrators. It's hard to overstate the influence Amazon Web Services has on the internet as a whole. AWS provides servers, cloud support and networking solutions for the vast majority of internet-provided services all over the world. If you want to start a career in cloud administration, knowing how to work with Amazon Virtual Private Clouds simply isn't optional. This training will show you how to manage and configure virtual networks in the AWS Cloud and how to start your career on the right foot.
Experienced cloud administrators. If you've already got several years of experience in cloud administration, you've probably encountered virtual networks in the Amazon Cloud. With this training, you can be sure there's nothing about managing all the resources and services that AWS offers that you're unfamiliar with. If you've been working with other cloud providers or you never got a chance to actually learn about managing Amazon virtual private clouds, with this training you can get your feet underneath you and continue your job with mastery.