Why Multi-cloud course?
Cloud computing is redefining how we build applications and businesses, reaping the benefits of economies of scale, leading to the death of traditional data centers.
According to Gartner, 80% of enterprises will no longer use traditional data centers by 2025. Moreover, 68% of cloud services delivered today are being delivered by hyper-scale providers, such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Visionaries such as Elon Musk, leading the transformation towards postmodern technology on the edge of a new industrial revolution perhaps one of the best examples.
A vision as such requires a mountain of resources to execute, and that is where cloud computing shines, and that is how you have an opportunity to create an impact in the next industrial revolution!
Want to get an unfair advantage in the Cloud industry?
No worries! This course has got you covered!
Serverless technology is being seen increasingly used in companies. A lot of them are transitioning from single cloud infrastructure to multi cloud infrastructure. and this is where this course comes in!
There are few resources online that shows how to code and deploy serverless applications on 4 different cloud environment and worst you won't find any videos showing how different type of architectural designs are used!
Micro-service architecture? Multi cloud fail over architecture? CI/CD pipeline? Vendor lock-ins? THEY ARE ALL COVERED!
All challenges you will face in the real world are covered in this course.
Beyond focusing on the basics of serverless technology, this course is a perfect introduction to the world of multicloud. You will work from all the way from writing the code, testing and deploying to all cloud providers and even have your own front-end!
I try to cover every step with details and make sure everything is clear! This course makes sure you get your hands dirty fast and deploy your application in an easy manner instead of hours and hours of boring lectures!
How This Course Works
This course teaches you real life examples and makes sure what you are being taught is actually used in real life and not just a basic tutorial where later you will have to google and figure out how things are applied at work! We will be using third party frameworks, libraries and many more things and figure out clever solutions to solving the issues.
What Technology You'll Use
AWS API gateway
Google cloud functions
GCP development manager
IBM cloud functions
Rest API Design
Stripe payment gateway
Many more tools
So many technologies right? Even if your not familiar with one of them, don't worry I got everything covered that you need to learn with.
What You'll Be Able to Do
By the time you complete this course, you will be able to:
Architect a multi-service application
Determine the correct architectural design for the application needed
Deploy server-less applications quickly to 4 cloud providers
Code in a organised manner so large teams can re use the code.
What You'll Learn
Firstly, we will go through an overview of the multi-cloud ecosystem and other necessary supporting topics, before we deep dive into being hands-on and get coding.
We will set up all necessary accounts such as AWS, Azure & GCP accounts, dependencies, installations and tools that are in order to smoothly get continue the course.
We will be learning how to deploy a serverless application to AWS, Google Cloud, Azure using a serverless framework. We will go through the basic set up needed to deploy our serverless functions and prepare a template that we will use in the future for all serverless functions for each cloud provider to make multi-cloud deployment smooth.
We will be building a sms application and deploy it using a serverless framework to AWS, GCP, and Azure. We will be using Twilio’s services and deep dive into the concept of the vendor - lock and see a real-life example on how we refrain from vendor locking to a specific ecosystem. Moreover, we will also start learning how to test codes locally before deploying them to the cloud providers and we will cover different error scenarios while testing to replicate real-life errors.
We will be learning about decoupling architecture design. This basically means that we will be decoupling our technical code from our business logic code by building an application that will showcase this architectural style.
We will be learning about fail-over architecture. what this means in practice is that we will have our code running on 2 cloud platforms and when one cloud provider is turned off the traffic will automatically be transferred to the other online cloud platform.
We will be building an app that allows users to purchase items from a store and also learn about continuous integration and continuous deployment pipeline.
We will be learning about micro-service architecture.
Microservice architecture - is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of services that are highly maintainable and testable, loosely coupled , independently deployable,
organized around business capabilities &
owned by a small team.
So why wait?! Grab the course now!