Feb 18, 2017
Well structured course. Gives a good overview of the basics of cloud computing. couple of typos in the transcripts. will flag errors in future courses
Apr 10, 2018
Understanding of this course will help you to know more about Cloud Computing and the technologies that drive Big Data
par Niels R•
Jul 07, 2018
This course provides a lot of poorly structured information in quick succession. You're bombarded with acronyms and technical designations without recaps of what they stood for. At the end of each weekly session there is a very short quiz with questions that are weakly related to the course content and have subjective answers like "which application is best for purpose X". You can complete the quizes easily by retrying and won't typically come away from them feeling like you understood all of the material, let alone were able to prove that you did. It's kind of a worst of both world situation where the provided material is challenging, but the examination is not and you end up with a certificate that really doesn't stand for anything.
par Edwin G•
Nov 11, 2019
It was difficult to follow the lectures quite often. Sentences weren't clear and consistent at times. The course more-or-less felt like it was being read from a prompt and not very engaging. I would like to have seen more enthusiasm from the lectures. In addition, I don't think that there was a lot of depth into the core technologies that built the tools that were taught. Basically, the course felt like it was more about tools than concepts. For example, I don't understand the point of spending 12 minutes talking about the DropBox API.
par Miklós A R•
Jul 16, 2017
The content is very good, the course gives a wide overview on the topics. On the other hand for me it was a bit slow and found many repetitions in the course videos, the exams could have been harder and could have helped to deepen understanding a bit more. I was lacking the programming assignments, as well.
par Amit P•
Feb 10, 2019
The course covers lots of areas and you hear lots of keywords. But it doesn't cover any of the aspects in depth. For me it was very basic course and having some practical aspects would have made it a much interesting course.
par Alexandre C•
Jun 13, 2018
I think that some topics were handled a bit too superficially, obviously we can dig for more information, but I was expecting a little bit more, considering that I really liked the previous courses on the track.
par Katsiaryna S•
Oct 31, 2016
This course is ok, but it gives only high level overview of cloud technologies. I will do the second part, but I will do a free version. I don't think that it's worse this money.
par AJ C•
Jul 14, 2019
Relevant topics, bad lectures. Lots of Jargon, not enough context. Went straight into "how" technologies work without properly explaining why technologies were needed.
par Michael M•
Jun 07, 2018
There are very small quizzes in the course, few examples, and unavailable background for old technologies. I have completed this course only for specialization.
par Daren T•
Sep 28, 2016
Consider adding a programming assignment to the course curriculum. Please address content issues in a timely manner. Thank you.
par Srinivasa R C•
Jan 20, 2017
There should have been more examples and more use case and more applied rather than just a theoretical discussion
par Anup K•
Oct 20, 2017
Delivery of the lectures could be improved by additional real life examples.
Course is not well organized .
par Dhiraj s•
Jan 15, 2017
Highly recommended .Wonderful course and good content but a bit slow ..Could have been faster.
Jul 11, 2019
Should include some progrmming assignment. Also, some practice on the real cloud.
par Margerite B•
Jan 29, 2018
Very theoretical course. Lots of information. For me it was a little bit to much.
par ShiBo Z•
Oct 04, 2016
Wish there will be some lab assignments, for example doing some real work on AWS.
par Javier Y M•
Apr 03, 2017
The content was interesting, but it was too much theory, sometimes a bit borring
par Chau N•
Jul 08, 2017
Lectures are a bit long, causing me to lose focus sometimes.
par Iga R•
Feb 15, 2019
interesting topics but explanation is sometimes unclear
par Rakesh C•
Jan 06, 2018
Good subject. The pace of the course is a little slow.
par Aditya K•
Aug 01, 2018
I would have loved less content and more deep dive.
par Alex T•
Jan 14, 2017
Not enough depth.
par Kevin R•
Sep 02, 2016
This course is neither high level nor low level. After having taking Cloud Computing Concepts Part I and 2 (which were excellent), I expected a continuation of the very deep level of technical material. This course doesn't do this. Instead it is sort of much higher level except that the instructor fails to stay at the high level and will suddenly go deep - but without providing the detail so that someone to whom this is new will be totally lost. Given that I was expecting the technical depth of CCC parts 1 and 2, I already had much of the knowledge that was presented and could figure out what the instructor was trying to present, but I felt bad for someone who wasn't already familiar with the material. It is my opinion that the course needs to be taken offline and redone.
Note: Apparently I took a prior version of CCC parts 1 and 2 so my comments on those two courses may or may not apply anymore.
par Yaron K•
Aug 27, 2017
A list of Cloud technologies and Services, but without use-cases *clearly* highlighting the differences between them, their relative strengths and limitations and explaining what should be used when [except for the various Amazon storage offerings]. Gave it two stars and not one because the lecturers are enthusiastic about the subject matter and they did try to give use-cases.
par Chuxing C•
Sep 09, 2016
Coming out from two very good predecessors (C3, parts 1&2), this course is somewhat a disappointment. The contents are too broad without real focused depth, and too much time spent on background info in almost all lectures. There ought to be more hands-on practices, and the assessments should be more challenging towards understanding, rather than matching terms.
par Gideon P•
Jan 26, 2018
The teachers were just reading off of slides, quizzes were passable without ever watching the content, course followed no structure.