By passing the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam you will be able to demonstrate a detailed understanding of cloud concepts, AWS services, security and compliance, architectural concepts, cloud pricing concepts and support models.
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) examination is for anyone looking to learn and understand the core offerings of the Amazon AWS Cloud. It is intended for individuals who have no prior knowledge on Amazon AWS and who wish to progress their career by effectively demonstrating an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, its services and how it can help deliver cost-effective IT solutions to meet the demands of the business.
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner is designed for IT personnel with no cloud experience as well as personnel from other verticals such as sales, marketing, finance and legal who are required to understand the core benefits offered by cloud computing and specifically by Amazon AWS.
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This is a comprehensive course designed to help you pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Certification as well as give you a full understanding of cloud computing and the various services offerings on AWS.
This AWS course will help you validate your ability to:
At the IaaS Academy, we deliver courses that covers all theoretical concepts as well as hands-on demonstrations via labs and assignments to help you build your understanding of the technology stack. This course covers all the core AWS services in great detail and well as offers several lab demonstrations which you can then carry out in your AWS Free Tier account to build up that hands-on experience most employees demand.
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In this lesson, we learn how to configure am Amazon S3 Bucket to host static websites. The resources section include an index.html, error.html file and a jpg image. Download these files to a folder on your desktop. Create a new S3 bucket and ensure that block public access is set to off.
Next, upload the error.html and the image to your bucket ensuring that they have Public Access set to enabled. You should then make a note of the bucket name and the image name with extension. Next, edit your index.html file which you download to correct the img src tag section as shown below. Then save the file and upload it to the S3 bucket. Follow the on-screen demo in the video to test your static website.
<title>Welcome to IaaS Academy</title>
<h1>Preparing for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Exam</h1><p>
<!–– In the Img tag below, ensure that you first create a bucket and upload the image in the resource section to that bucket. Then ensure that you type in the correct bucketname and the image filename with the jpg extension in the IMG tag below ––>
<img src="https://yourbucketname.s3.amazonaws.com/awscloudpractitioner.jpg" alt="AWS Practice Exams">