This AWS Lambda course explains why anyone would care about having event-driven and serverless computing programs running on their network. Not only that, this training shows you how to build applications and executables that watch for triggering events, and then respond and engage different network resources automatically in response.
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AWS Lambda FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This AWS Lambda course is best for cloud administrators because it deals with setting up executables that can help monitor and maintain network operations. Although it's not necessary, having even just a little bit of coding experience in Node.js, Python, Java, Go or Ruby will help.
No, this AWS Lambda training isn't associated with any AWS certifications. This course was intentionally designed to stay short and remain focused on understanding and using AMS Lambda. You might be able to incorporate that knowledge into later certification exams, but this AWS Lambda course focused on immediate implementation.
There are a few AWS certifications that you might want to think about after this AWS Lambda course, but it depends on how much experience you have and what you're trying to get out of it. The Advanced Networking Specialty cert and Solutions Architect Associate are probably your best bets.
Out of all AWS' tools and services, Lambda is the one that's most overlooked with the most transformative potential, which is why you should take this AWS Lambda training. Imagine being able to set up serverless executables that listen – even to IoT devices – and respond in milliseconds.