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AWS Business Essentials

Course description

Learn the business basics of Amazon Web Services.

This course helps IT business decision-makers understand the benefits of cloud computing and how a cloud strategy can help you meet your business objectives. In this course, we discuss the advantages of cloud computing for your business and the fundamentals of AWS, including financial benefits. This course also introduces you to successful cloud adoption frameworks to help you consider the AWS platform within your cloud computing strategy.


What You'll Learn

Value and benefits of the AWS cloud

Valuable ways that the AWS platform can be used

Robust security capabilities, controls, and assurances in place to maintain security and data protection

Articulate the financial impact the AWS cloud can have on an organization's procurement cycle, cost management, and contracts, while minimizing risks associated with consumption-based pricing models


Who Needs to Attend

IT business decision-makers Individuals who are new to working with AWS



Working knowledge of IT infrastructure concepts

Familiarity with basic finance concepts

Familiarity with basic IT security concepts


Follow-On Courses

There are no follow-ons for this course.


Course Outline

This is an emerging technology course. Course outline is subject to change as needed.


1. Benefits of Cloud Computing and Defining Your Cloud Strategy

2. Introduction to the AWS Cloud

3. Security and Compliance

4. Cloud Financials

5. Migrating to the Cloud: Next Steps




This course includes group discussions.

Disclaimer: All course objectives and outlines are a guide for students. The course topics and order of presentation may be modified based upon the needs of each individual class.