AWS Cloud Native Application Development
The course will cover the selection and use of various cloud native components in the AWS stack including LAMBDAS, SQS, SNS, S3 File System and Terraform. At the end of this course, the student will be completely capable of developing a cloud native application on AWS from scratch. Certificate of completion is provided by Thinklogix at the end of the course which will help students prepare for AWS/GCP examinations.
This course is available to people with some basic software development background, who want to work on developing an application on the cloud using the cloud native stack. This would basically be cloud 2.0. This course will cover the selection and use of various cloud native components in the AWS stack including LAMBDAS, SQS, SNS, S3 file system and Terraform.
Concepts that will be covered include the use of cloud as a massively distributed system, CDNS, and what they mean. Basics of networking on AWS. CAP theorem and what it means when developing applications on the cloud. Configuring AWS project architecture using Terraform. A basic application will be built covering LAMBDAS, SQS, SNS, AWS API, and S3 buckets. At the end of this course, the students will be completely capable of developing a cloud native application on AWS from scratch.
Upon course/certification completion, students will be mentored by ThinkLogix instructors and management in their future job search and career growth.
Price: CA$ 1,950
Course Stream: Cloud
Delivery method: Live instructors through online platforms
Prerequisites: Previous development experience
Flexi pay: Option to pay in installments
Paid internships available for students who successfully pass the course.
- Upcoming start date: October 15, 2022
- Course duration: 20 hours
- Lecture duration: 1-2 days
- Students will receive ThinkLogix Certification upon course completion
- Students will receive Cloud Stream Certification upon completion of (i) Cloud Native Application Development and (ii) Software Development for the Enterprise
- Students will be prepared to pass the AWS/GCP exams
Anshuman is an Engineering Manager at Turbonomic Inc. Having worked in Cloud Computing technologies since 2010, Anshuman relishes the challenges that come with designing distributed systems. He also has experience teaching at Carleton University with semesters being a teaching assistant for courses such as Algorithms, Data Structures, and Operating Systems. Anshuman has spent a large amount of time designing and developing software solutions using Amazon Web Services.