Learn AWS and Become a Cloud Administrator
Cloud represents one of the fastest-growing areas in technology.
Where organizations once used on-premise technology to power their operations, they’re now mass migrating the bulk of their enterprise applications to the cloud in search of cost savings, efficiency, and optimization. As a result, there’s been a spike in demand for cloud administrators.
You’ll learn how to architect and maintain cloud services for one of the three most commonly used platforms – Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure.
You’ll gain the skills necessary to configure an enterprise-level cloud. Skillsets include: How to properly configure, deploy, optimize, monitor, fortify, and secure an enterprise-level cloud.
Part of mastering cloud administration is understanding how to work with development operations (DevOps), and incorporating their tools that drive automation and process efficiency, following best practices and agile methodologies.
What is the Cloud?
The cloud is a centralized location where servers are stored and accessed via the Internet or closed network access. Since servers aren’t stored on-premises for organizations, the cloud offers cost-cutting efficiencies and in turn, enables productivity.
Why Learn Cloud Administration?
As organizations continue to look for ways to cut operating costs while increasing their operability and efficiency, the cloud will continue to gain in popularity. The cloud’s sprawling success has led to a spike in demand for cloud administrators who are capable of working with Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and/or Microsoft Azure.
What Will I Learn?
- A curriculum that lays the foundation for cloud mastery
- Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, or Microsoft Azure, and its core features
- How to understand and work with core APIs
- Prerequisite knowledge to learn advanced cloud concepts
Learn Cloud Administration at Revature
Revature offers a 10-week paid program where we teach you cloud administration practices for one of the three most widely used platforms (Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, or Amazon Web Services). Every curriculum in our final project is deployed on our enterprise cloud, so you’re working in an environment that’s identical to what you’ll see in a typical enterprise.