Become a Cloud Engineer AWS

Learn what you need to do to set up, maintain and operate infrastructure designed for Amazon Web Services. AWS is one of the biggest and most reliable cloud-based servers, and as such everyone from large businesses to small start-ups opts to use its infrastructure.

  • 8-month long course
  • 307 lessons
  • 6 hours a week
  • 206 hours

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Mission Forecast for AWS Cloud Engineers

Average salary for AWS Cloud Engineers - Glassdoor
90% of all new apps
will be cloud-based - IDC Corporate USA
+28% job growth
By 2026 - AWS.Amazon

Landing Zone

Cloud computing is well known but still considered a new technology. AWS is the frontrunner compared to the other cloud implementations, and as such, any cloud network engineer will need to understand AWS. As AWS and other cloud services grow, so does the need for developers. Job growth in the next 5 years is expected to be up 28%, and over the next 10 another 11%.

Mission Objective (Who’s Hiring Right Now)

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AWS Cloud Engineer Overview

Cloud services is a quickly growing industry. Jump in now and become one of the experts and lead the industry yourself.

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  • + 8-month long course
  • + 6 hours a week, go at your own pace
  • + 307 on-demand lessons
  • + 206 hours of learning material
  • + Receive a certificate confirming your training
  • + Participate in real-life Virtual Lab projects
  • Plan, implement and grow cloud infrastructure.
  • Build, release and maintain production systems.
  • Upkeep system security.
  • Troubleshoot and problem-solve on the fly.
  • Design and implement scalable software services.

Prepare for Liftoff

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

This course discusses the different facets of AWS training and the lessons that the learners have to go through to acquire a certification as an AWS professional.

About the Course

The course details the pertinent services that the learners need to have a grasp of delivered in beginner-friendly intro courses that prepare them adequately for the certification exams.    

Who this course is for?

This course was created for IT professionals who want to become AWS Cloud practitioners. The course was crafted so that tits learners would be able to assume the role of supervising the architecture and application deployment across all AWS platforms alongside the developing plans for the cloud platforms and their management. 


It is recommendable for the professional who would be taking the course to have the following:

- A Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or equivalent

- An experience of at least 1 to 2 years working as an IT professional

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Overview

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Part 1 of 7: Intro to Cloud Computing

This lesson serves as an introduction to what Cloud Computing is. This informs the learner that Cloud Computing pertains to the delivery of computing services such as servers, networking, software, database among others through "the cloud". The learners would be made to understand that Cloud Computing offers speedier processes and more flexible resources while reducing production costs.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Part 2 of 7: EC2 and Firewalls

This lesson discusses what the EC2 instance is in AWS. This informs the learners that an EC2 instance pertains to a virtual server within Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud that allows applications to be run on the AWS infrastructure. 

This lesson also tackles the AWS Network Firewall's IPS and how it drives traffic flow inspection. The discussion details the features included in the system that safeguards it from common threats. The benefits of installing the AWS Network Firewall are also detailed.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Part 3 of 7: Elasticity and Storage

This lesson discusses the concept of "Elasticity" in the content of AWS. The discussion informs learners that Elasticity pertains to the AWS user to get the resources that they need and release the resources that are rendered irrelevant to them.

This lesson also discusses the types of storage available through AWS. The learners are informed of the durability and availability of data on the AWS Cloud.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Part 4 of 7: DNS and Lambda

This lesson discusses how the AWS DNS works. The learners would be made to understand that the net's DNS system functions much like a phone book through the management of the mapping names and numbers.  The DNS servers convert name requests into IP addresses which are called "queries".

This lesson also tackles what AWS Lambda is and how it works. The discussion informs learners that the AWS Lambda is a compute service that is serverless and lets users run codes without having to provide or manage servers.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Part 5 of 7: CloudFront and Rekognition

This lesson discusses what Amazon CloudFront is and its function. The learners are to understand that Amazon CloudFront is a web service that provides businesses and developers of web applications an easy and cost-effective method of distributing content that has low latency and speedier data transfers.

This lesson also discusses what Amazon Rekognition is and what service it provides. Through the lesson, the learners would understand that the software is responsible for highly accurate facial analysis and capabilities of searching, detecting, and analysis of faces for verification of users.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Part 6 of 7: Billing and Support

This lesson details billing and cost management in AWS. The learners would be made to understand that through the system, the users would be receiving monthly invoices for usage charges and other fees that recur. 

This lesson also discusses the support plans that are available through AWS.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, Part 7 of 7: Security and Prep

This lesson details the cloud security that AWS has set in place.

December 16, 2021 | Amy Williams
AWS Cloud Engineer

Mission Control

  • Stay focused with a mentor’s help and support
  • Build a real portfolio with Virtual Lab Projects
  • Compete with classmates in a virtual classroom
  • Measure your progress with the Activity Tracking Log
  • Make sure you get the job with resume help and interview assistance

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Certificate of Completion

  • Receive a certificate recognized by prevalent companies confirming your training
  • Complete real projects in Virtual Labs
  • Go at your own pace, learn your way
  • Access course videos and materials 24 hours a day
  • Take practical quizzes to keep you up to speed
  • Classes created and mentored by industry leaders
CompTIA certifications help prove your skills and attract the attention of companies leading the industry.

Grow into an AWS Engineer

As AWS continues to grow, the opportunities for more developers with new ideas and lots of experience also grow. Push cloud computing to the next level and use next-generation tools to help improve and thrive in the industry.

Program Forecast

  • 8 months long, 6 hours per week
  • 307 lessons in 206 hours
  • Learn at your own pace

Virtual Lab

  • Real Projects
  • Create a working portfolio
  • Receive expert feedback and mentoring

Career Services

  • Interview preparation
  • Resumé assistance
  • Help with LinkedIn networking

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Launch Stages

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Join the next generation of learners with RemoteMode. We use the latest technologies and most effective tools to get you up to speed quickly and in the working world as fast as possible. We use a mixture of video tutorials/lectures and active quizzes to ensure that what you’ve learned really sets in. We give you access to an automated Dashboard, an Activity Tracking Log that updates your progress and your classmates’ progress, and a personal career advisor that helps direct where you can use your new certifications.

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Put your new skills to use with Virtual Lab projects. Work with industry experts and create your own work portfolio on real projects. Virtual Lab allows you to get practical experience under the supervision of people that not only know what they’re doing but are leading the way in their respective industries. Access Master Classes, Labs, and an Online Professional Community that will all work to refine your skills.

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Enter into your new industry with confidence after using our resumé services and interview assistance. Career consultants and interview coaches are available to you after receiving your certificate to help you get your dream job.