Cloud represents an enormous opportunity for organizations of every size, in almost every industry, providing them with the speed, flexibility, and scalability they need to remain competitive. With more than 83% of enterprise workloads expected to be on the cloud by 2020, companies are expanding the scope of traditional IT roles by aggressively hiring and developing professionals with the skills to execute on their cloud strategy. As demand for cloud professionals continues to grow, those with Amazon Web Services (AWS) experience are in high demand in today’s job market.
As we continue to execute on our mission to close the global skills gap and empower learners with career-relevant skills, we’re excited to partner with AWS for the first time to offer AWS Fundamentals: Going Cloud-Native. This course is a starting point for learners with a working knowledge of IT infrastructure concepts who are interested in learning how to apply AWS services to their roles and businesses.
“The growing adoption of cloud is changing the landscape of traditional IT jobs, and more and more companies are looking to hire and develop professionals with the skills and experience to set up and oversee cloud strategy, management, and implementation,” said Maureen Lonergan, Director of Training and Certification at AWS. “We’re thrilled to be working with Coursera to provide a robust and flexible learning program to make career advancement and cloud computing accessible to learners around the world.”
Learners who enroll in AWS Fundamentals: Going Cloud-Native will benefit from an engaging program that combines fundamental theory with practical projects, such as learning how to deploy and run a cloud-native application.
Designed and taught by AWS Authorized Instructors, the course allows learners to:
- Augment their professional expertise with fundamentals in planning, designing, and managing cloud environments.
- Get started learning how to choose, apply, and use AWS services for common business requirements.
- Feel better equipped to participate in forward-thinking applications and transitions to cloud technology within their organizations.
We invite you to enroll and learn more about AWS Fundamentals: Going Cloud-Native.41