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AWS Serverless Beginners Guide

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This AWS course is a free introductory hands-on session meant for beginners to learn AWS. Through this AWS for Beginners Course, you will understand AWS architecture, various AWS products like S3, EC2, IAM, Redshift, RDS, DynamoDB, and others.  If you want to master AWS basics then enroll with us today in the SJ Innovations AWS Beginners Training Course!

AWS is the largest cloud player in the market today. According to Forbes, AWS grew US$2.3 billion in revenue just in the second quarter of 2019. If you are planning for an AWS career and looking out for a resource to learn AWS, then this Amazon Web Services course is the right place for you!

What will you learn?

  1. Basics of AWS
  2. Account Creation
  3. Exploration of AWS services
      • IAM 
      • Cloud watch
      • EC2
      • S3 Bucket
      • Database
      • Auto-scaling/Load balancing:
  4. Static hosting

Course Timeline: 8 weeks

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner web developer
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Startups
  • Interns
  • College Students


It’s a steep learning curve and you’ll need to understand some technology fundamentals before undertaking AWS training:

  1. Client-server technology: the relationship between a client (your laptop browser) and the server (the machine sitting on the back end receiving your browser requests)
  2. An awareness of different types of network protocols, like HTTP in web technology, a secure version called HTTPS, and the different ways we can talk back and forth between client and server
  3. A basic understanding of an IP address and how we address things on the internet
  4. Understanding DNS (domain name services) and how we turn a URL into an IP address

These aren’t beginner concepts; they’re topics that will arise as you broaden your scope and understand the ecosystem around web development.

  • Basics of AWS
  • Account Creation
  • Exploration of AWS services
    • IAM
    • Cloud watch
    • EC2
    • Database
    • Auto-scaling/Load balancing
    • S3 Bucket
  • Static hosting