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AWS Cloud Practitioner 2023: Pricing, Billing, Budgeting, & Cost Management

Understand AWS optimization and forecasting tools for compute and storage resources. Explore compute purchasing options, storage tiers, and cost allocation tags.

  • Skill level

    Beginner
  • Time to complete

    Approx. 1 hour
  • Certificate of completion

    Yes
  • Prerequisites

    None

About this course

In order to perform proper due diligence before migrating to the AWS cloud, the organization must understand all of the optimization and forecasting tools that are made available. There are a wide variety of options for entities of all sizes and sectors to accurately utilize compute and storage resources. In this course, you will explore compute purchasing options, incoming and outgoing data transfer charges, and storage options and tiers. Then you will investigate reserved instance behavior, billing support, and cost allocation tags. Finally, you will discover AWS Organizations. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C02) exam.

Learning objectives

  • Discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • Compare compute purchasing options like on-demand, reserved, and spot instances, savings plans, dedicated hosts and instances, and capacity reservations
  • Describe data transfer charges

How it works

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In this course, you'll watch videos created by industry-leading experts for some of the biggest tech companies in the world. They'll cover key concepts, go through sample applications, prepare you for industry certifications, and more. Watch on any device — whenever and wherever you want — to learn at your own pace.

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What Does an AWS Developer Do?

Adam Carpenter
Jul 19, 2022

Amazon has come a long way from just selling books — and not just because it’s become a one-stop shop for everything from toilet paper to grocery deliveries. Thanks to businesses shifting operations and infrastructure to the cloud, systems and applications that used to run right down the hall in a server room are now hosted in a remote data center. One of these cloud providers is Amazon Web Services (AWS). As with all digital solutions, you need people to work with, manage, and improve them, which is where AWS developers come into play.

Read on to learn what an AWS Developer does, the skills you need to become one, the salary you can expect to earn, and how you can get closer to your AWS professional goals by learning to code.

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