The Top Cloud Computing Courses on Skillshare for IT Engineers

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Solutions Review compiled the top cloud computing courses on Skillshare for cloud engineers and administrators of all skill levels.

Cloud computing skills are in high demand among organizations that are looking to use their cloud solutions to generate business revenue. The pandemic and subsequent “new normal” of remote work are furthering demands for these skills. Many are turning to online learning platforms to up their game and acquire the cloud computing skills most likely to help them stand out. And whether you are looking to acquire those skills for work or for play, this collection of Skillshare cloud computing courses will help you learn the ropes so you can pilot some of the most widely used tools in no time!

With this in mind, the editors at Solutions Review have compiled this list of top-rated Skillshare cloud computing courses to consider taking. Skillshare is perfect for those looking to take multiple courses or acquire skills in multiple different areas, or for those who want the most in-depth experience possible through access to entire course libraries or learning paths. In sum, millions of members use Skillshare to take the next step in their journey.

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Cloud Computing for Business People: AWS, Azure, and GCP Explained

“Are you in a project manager, product manager, SCRUM master, or other business role and wish you knew more about what the technical team is talking about? Do you wish someone would take the time to explain what cloud computing is, why it’s great, and what to look out for when working on a cloud project? This course is for people who are not programmers or network operators, but work in a technical environment, and want to learn more about the terms that technical people use.”

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DevOps – Ansible for the Absolute Beginners

“This course introduces a beginner to basic fundamentals of Ansible with easy to do hands-on exercises that you can practice right in the browser. The course introduces basic use cases of Ansible followed by an introduction to Ansible Inventory, Playbooks, Modules, Variables, Conditionals, Loops and Roles. Each lecture is accompanied by a set of coding exercises giving the user a hands-on experience in developing Ansible Playbooks.”

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Getting Started with Cloud Computing

“Traditional IT already uses a variety of virtualization technologies to better utilize their physical IT resources. Moving to private clouds is another step in the data center evolution, where existing infrastructure will be utilized and upgraded to provide cloud-based services. In addition, public cloud services are getting huge market momentum as more and more companies are migrating their applications to 3rd party cloud providers. Public clouds are now leading companies to new business frontiers. Would you like to join the Cloud Computing Revolution?”

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Getting Started with the Google Cloud Platform

“Google is one of the most innovative companies in the world. Their products are in use worldwide by millions of users.  Their entry in the cloud computing market is the Google Cloud Platform.  In this class I will show you how to get up and going quickly with this amazing platform with a free account.  I will show you practical examples of how to use his powerful product.”

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Introduction to Cloud Computing

“This course is designed to clear up the many misunderstandings about Cloud Computing and to give you a crystal clear and easy to understand explanation of exactly what it is, how it works, the different options available, the advantages provided and how much it’s going to cost.”

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Daniel Hein

Dan is a tech writer who writes about Enterprise Cloud Strategy and Network Monitoring for Solutions Review. He graduated from Fitchburg State University with a Bachelor's in Professional Writing. You can reach him at dhein@solutionsreview.com
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