This advanced AWS end-user computing training prepares learners to automate the deployment, management, and securing of end-user AWS services such as desktop virtualization and remote application delivery.
From fully managed desktop computing services to streaming desktop applications, the AWS cloud is full of tools and services designed to give end users a customized experience. But those services don't run on their own — they depend on the people who know what they are, how they work, and how to automate their behavior so that time is saved by them, not wasted.
This course is designed for beginners and experienced developers alike. Whether you're a beginner in managing end-user experiences or just want to streamline and automate those processes, this course reveals and explains the AWS services that can make your work significantly more efficient through automation.
After finishing this AWS end-user computing training, you'll know how to automate the deployment, management, and securing of end-user AWS services such as desktop virtualization and remote application delivery.
For anyone who leads a technology team, this AWS training can be used to onboard new cloud developers, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a AWS reference resource.
Automating AWS Services: What You Need to Know
This AWS end-user computing training has videos that cover topics including:
- Automating and managing end-user computing services in the AWS cloud
- Provisioning and maintaining desktop virtualization services automatically
- Automating remote application delivery
- Securing resources and user experiences with AWS tools
Who Should Take AWS AutomationTraining?
This AWS end-user computing training is considered associate-level AWS training, which means it was designed for cloud developers. This AWS skills course is designed for cloud developers with three to five years of experience with cloud computing.
New or aspiring cloud developers. This course is an excellent starting place for cloud developers who are new to the career field because it explains the different AWS services available for end-user computing and how to automate their behavior. It's not easy to manage the experience of end users, but this course will show you every tool and service that makes that work easier and how to automate them.
Experienced cloud developers. Even early-career cloud developers have seen the end user experience evolve dramatically in recent years as mobile access tools and collaboration services have exploded in popularity. Maintaining secure, stable, and reliable access to those networks, desktops, and apps has never been more important. This course shows you the tools and services AWS has for automating their management and operation and helps you master them.