What is AWS?
Cloud computing has surged in popularity, and consequently, users face a choice of over a dozen different cloud providers, such as Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and IBM Cloud Services. AWS is the acronym for Amazon's cloud provider, Amazon Web Services. AWS offers all the services and features (e.g., security, compute capacity, and databases) that you typically get in an in-house data center. It's arguably the largest cloud provider available.
Who can learn AWS?
Candidates must possess an in-depth knowledge of one or more high-level programming languages. Candidates must have the ability to identify and define the requirements for an application that is AWS-based. Candidates must have experience in deploying hybrid systems with on-premises and AWS components.
What is AWS DevOps?
AWS DevOps is Amazon's answer to implementing the DevOps philosophy using its cloud platform and dedicated tools and services. In their own words, "AWS provides a set of flexible services designed to enable companies to more rapidly and reliably build and deliver products using AWS and DevOps practices.