Real-World Cloud Product Management 专项课程
Sponsored by AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS). Understand the technology and business of the cloud and prepare for the AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification exam. This program is ACE® approved—when you complete, you can earn up to 6 college credits.
Learners will test their conceptual knowledge of the technical and business considerations of the cloud with over 200 questions. Specifically, diligent learners will demonstrate proficiency in:
Cloud velocity, its impact on organizational psychology, and how to deliver and lead at scale
Cloud product management
Analyzing, setting, and adjusting prices for cloud services
Writing to the public or to customers
Interpreting technical architecture diagrams
Analyzing the financial performance of cloud services as a cloud provider and as a customer
When to use the right Storage, Compute, Databases, Analytics, Blockchain, Machine Learning, and other services
How to manage an enterprise-scale cloud deployment using Management, Governance, and Security tooling
How to review enterprise-scale cloud deployments for compliance with the AWS Well-Architected Framework
Optionally, leaners can complete 10 official AWS 10-minute tutorials.
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