COVID-19 is challenging all of us in a serious way, but we have no doubt we will get through this together and we will come out stronger than ever before. Several companies worldwide are looking at measures and reactions to ensure their employees can keep working remotely.
While we already have a robust work-from-home schedule with most of us distributed worldwide in 8+ countries, our team has been working fully remote for the last two weeks. We are currently working hard to release new content and keep up with our platform roadmap, offering support and leading our customers with their cloud training initiative.
More and more customers are relying on our technology and content to keep upskilling their people in these months, and we are doing our best to keep supporting them. While the world fights COVID-19, we wanted to make a small contribution to help you stay up-to-date with great cloud and technology skills.
We made a few courses and hands-on labs completely free for you.
My team has selected four great courses from our Training Library and made them free for the next two months (until June 1). You’ll just need to register for a free account to be able to watch and use them.
Here are the four courses. Feel free to share with friends and colleagues:
- What is Cloud Computing?
- Compute Fundamentals for AWS
- Migrating Servers to Microsoft Azure
- Building a Cloud-Native Application
All these courses are part of our Learning Paths, longer guided paths with a mix of videos, hands-on labs, quiz sessions, and exams. You can always start a free trial if you want to get a sense of the full experience.
If you are interested in our unique technologies that are part of our Hands-on Labs and Lab Challenges, we’ve also made three of our 300+ labs available. We hope you enjoy them.
- Lab Challenge: AWS Developer Tools Challenge
- Hands-on Lab: Create Your First Amazon S3 Bucket
- Hands-on Lab: Introduction to AWS Lambda
1. Sign up for your free account
2. Go to Cloud Academy Training Library
3. Find a free course, hands-on lab, or lab challenge
As usual, our webinars are available for free as well. They are highly informative and educational, so feel free to check them out.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here for you 24 hours a day.