Are you running Microsoft apps on AWS? Or interested in switching to AWS? You came to the right place for AWS for Windows training resources. Check out Scott Zimmerman’s blog post, outlining updates and new resources from both Amazon and qwikLABS available to you. Or check out the new training page, also on the Amazon site, AWS for Windows.
qwikLABS and AWS collaborated to develop four Quests, to help you focus on certain areas of AWS and Windows:
- Programming Windows on AWS: For Microsoft Visual Studio developers.
- Corporate Apps on AWS for Windows: Microsoft Exchange? Dynamics CRM? SharePoint? Anyone?
- Databases on AWS for Windows: Big data, Microsoft Windows Server, and the cost savings of AWS. Make your bottom line happy.
- SysAdmin on AWS for Windows: Did you know that the AWS Cloud can run PowerShell, Storage Spaces, and Microsoft System Center?
The top AWS for Windows lab? Creating Amazon EC2 Instances with Microsoft Windows, with an average of 4.3 stars in the past month. Take this lab and fulfill 8 credits worth of requirements for three of the four AWS for Windows Quests in one shot. And if you’re just getting started, may I suggest the top intro (free!) AWS for Windows lab: Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) with Windows Server (highly rated at 4.1 stars).
Then follow up on the lab with a test drive:
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