This's really a good initiative to keep the peoples educated in the new technologies and thereby improve their knowledge. This also provides a great opportunity for the people to develop their career.
Highly recommended course...my first course here...been an amazing journey :D\n\nContent is on point and very handy...easy to understand...\n\nno prior knowledge required.\n\nDefinitely Recommended!!
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Simple but good
par TPHILIP P A U•
ok ! good !
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par Brett C•
If you're completely new to IT, have never heard of provisioning servers in the cloud, and don't realize that scalability is a thing, this course is for you.
If, on the other hand, you're bringing any knowledge to the table, don't expect to get much out of these commercials. They cover a fraction of the interesting points about a small number of AWS services. There are really no hands-on labs. You can't follow along, because the things they are showing won't work by default. Look elsewhere, unless you've never, ever done anything in IT before. That's how "fundamental" this is.
par Yin W K•
This course comes across like a huge promo for AWS. The design "language" needs to change. Make it educational without sounding like an ad. Also, the lizard needs to go. It was too campy and cringe-worthy. Fun doesn't = campiness. You can make your course more interactive without all the lizards and space helmets. Yes, I looked at the second course. Why 3 instructors if the intro can be covered by any of the other 2? Less is more. Keep thing simple.
par Dmytro A•
This course is aimed on the non technical person and gives only basic overview that feels like advertisement. If you are technical person and want to know how to use AWS in details you better look for some other courses
During the course I felt that the goal of the course is not to give me fundamentals but more like persuade me that I should buy and use AWS
par Jason G•
There needs to be more hands on experience with this course. There is zero hands on experience and that makes it really hard and frustrating to learn AWS. The instructors are great, but the actual course is not good, not even average. There needs a better way for students to input, to physically do the work.
par Faustin G•
The whole course sounds like an ad. Reading the course overview, I had the impression that I was going to learn how to set up and manage an EC2 instance. However, after enrolling; the lecturers kept rumbling how AWS is great, what it can do, how is better compared to the competition, etc...
par Cole M•
A solid overview if you have never done anything with AWS before, but the level was too high, the examples far too thin on detail, and a complete lack of practice exercises made the course not overly useful. Not worth the price unfortunately.
par Gautam B•
The labs are useless as they do not work out the same in the real scenario. You get different errors and if you think discussion forums will help you out, you're wrong!
par Moises C M•
This is not a course to pay for. It's an AWS ad that teaches you basic jargon, and a very basic introduction to self-study.
par Rahul P•
Heavily focused on potential AWS service buyers. Not useful for people working on AWS.
par Saeed Z•
I was expecting a more advanced and professional course.
par Vijayanand N•
Very basic course. Lot of demos are skipped
par Valdis G•
It is a very long ad.
par Jason F•
Relatively disappointing course. I was expecting more CLI examples and examples in the most recent version of the console. Lots of examples did not work out of the box and I had to muddle through settings of my own to fix them. I have a strong technical background and could find the appropriate settings; what about people who are really not interested in applications at all and just want to make their product cloud-native? Those people can be discouraged if they try to replicate an example on their own in a different tab and it doesn't work. Perhaps most worryingly, the entire specialization seems to not have any coding exercises. I fear that if I were to continue with this specialization, I would not get a full grasp of AWS services.
par Laszlo S•
In the video the pen that used for writing on the screen makes an extremly avfull noise.
Could not listen when the person was writing with it.
Also the whole course made like for it was for idiots, just like the Amazon top gear.
No need little bear or sunbed to explain something how great Amazon AWS is.
I felt like half of the course was made for Amazon to advertise themself how great they are and why everyone should move into Amazon.
One thing for sure I won't be doing much AWS courses anymore here I will stick to Google where the trainers and the whole concept feel like adultery not like an elementary school course.
par Tyler H•
You need to let people use the system not just watch. This is less helpful than typical YouTube videos and needs to have some form of actual labs. It seems more like this was used to educate people on a potential cost saving platform vs hosting all services on premises. Not pleased, finished in a day though so didn't cost me a dime. Only makes me dislike large conglomerates like Amazon even more. Step it up Jeff.
Quite useless course. It tries to give you VERY basic AWS overview and to achieve it they skip a lot of important terms and settings of computer networks. The only things this course gives you is familiarity with AWS abbreviations and their bloat web ui. All course assessments are not about your understanding of clouds and networks, but more about how well did you remember specific advantage of AWS from video.