AWS Cloud Practitioner Bootcamp
Live expert instruction with real-world hands-on projects – fully preparing you for the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam. Exam Pass Guarantee or we’ll pay for the retake!
Small group setting in a virtual classroom with exclusive access to experienced AWS certified instructors to ask questions.
Work on real-work projects with practical challenges to develop your AWS knowledge and skill base.
Features & Benefits
Why Sign Up?
Live expert instruction with real-world hands-on projects
Get exclusive access to experienced AWS certified instructors to ask questions
Team learning in a virtual classroom with no need to travel
Accountability leading to definite outcomes
Working in small teams with hands-on projects (simulating work situations)
This AWS Cloud Practitioner Bootcamp is open to everyone who is interested in starting a career in cloud computing. This is a foundational level program that teaches you cloud computing from the very beginning.
You’ll learn from AWS Certified expert trainers who bring current best practices and case studies to the virtual classroom.
You’ll learn highly valuable cloud computing skills on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Not only will we fully prepare you to pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam, you’ll also develop a strong practical skill set that prepares you for job interviews and working in the industry.
Full refunds for Bootcamps are available within the first 7 days after purchase. Name changes are allowed for the same cohort if requests are received more than 48 hours ahead of the program commencement.
No need to worry about combining learning with your busy schedule. The training is a combination of on-demand learning and live sessions. The live instructional sessions are recorded so you can play them back at any time. The hands-on practical sessions are live only so you should ensure you can allocate enough time in your schedule to attend.
Cloud computing today is a multi-billion dollar industry, and an increasing number of organizations are moving to cloud infrastructure for the flexibility, security and services it provides. While there are a few cloud service providers including Microsoft and Google, AWS is the market leader and most trusted cloud provider.
If cloud computing is the career path you want to embark on, then the AWS Cloud Practitioner certification is for you.
If you’re seeking credibility as an AWS professional, there’s no better place to start than Amazon’s AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification.
Achieving an AWS certification exemplifies your expertise, commitment and advances your career. It’s an industry-recognized credential that demonstrates and validates your AWS skills and knowledge.
Organizations across the globe are seeking individuals skilled in the transformative technologies of the cloud. Digital Cloud Training is meeting this growing demand by providing AWS Training and Certification to equip the builders of today and tomorrow with real-world skills and expertise.
The AWS Cloud Practitioner is a foundational certification that is fundamental to many AWS career and certification paths. Below we provide examples of junior level job roles:
Cloud Support Engineer
This role involves providing technical assistance to cloud computing users in case they run into any issues. You will need to know all about different types of clients, their requirements, and how the products/services offered by your organization can help them solve their problems.
In the US, the median salary of AWS Cloud Support Engineers is $115,000 – ranging from $92,000 to $138,000.
A Cloud Engineer’s primary responsibilities are to design, implement, and maintain cloud computing solutions for clients/organizations. They must have the ability to communicate with both technical and non-technical team members so they can understand business needs first hand.
According to ZipRecruiter, the average annual pay for a Cloud Engineer in the US is $128,837. The majority of Cloud Engineer salaries range between $107,500 to $149,000 with top earners making $166,500 annually across the United States.
(Junior) Technical Account Manager (TAM)
The roles of a TAM are similar to those of a Cloud Support Engineer, but they tend to involve more complex issues and require a greater level of expertise. For instance, your support tickets may include scenarios such as:
- Fixing security loopholes in the cloud environment
- Troubleshooting problems related to storage or networking within virtual machines (VMs) on demand
- Managing new customer accounts/activity logs/backups for an existing client
- Working closely with vendors & manufacturers while ensuring that their products work well with your organization’s specific requirements
According to payscale, an entry-level Technical Account Manager with less than 1 year experience can expect to earn an average of $67,283 USD. The salaries of more experienced Technical Account Managers in the US range from $108,000 to $162,000, with a median salary of $135,000.