DaVinci Institute to launch AWS Toolbox for students

Wednesday April 19, 2017 0 comments Tags: Westminster, DaVinci Institute, AWS Toolbox, Rich Morrow

WESTMINSTER -- DaVinci Institute announced it will launch “The AWS Toolbox,” Colorado’s first week-long course for people wanting to master the technical essentials of Amazon Web Services and prepare for the career-boosting AWS Architect Associate Certification Exam.DaVinci_Institute_logoUSE

The first class will be held May 22-26.

“With close to 80 individual service offerings, Amazon Web Services (AWS) can be a daunting set of technologies to grasp,” said Rich Morrow, an AWS-accredited instructor.

“But this course will take students with little to no cloud knowledge to mastery of over 50 of the most useful AWS offerings – all while clearly explaining their benefits and details.”

According to Forbes Magazine, the salary for an Associate Level AWS Certified Solutions Architect was more than $125,000 in 2016.

The Institute said students will not only learn the basics of AWS but also advanced features like security, Big Data analytics, NoSQL, containers, resiliency, and fault tolerance, as well as how these technologies work both inside and outside of AWS. 

The course has been designed for students ranging from managers and CIOs wanting to get a good “30-thousand-foot view” to tech practitioners wanting to get their certification.

“The AWS Toolbox” is part of the DaVinci Tech Academy. It will take place May 22-26 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. at DaVinci Institute, 9191 Sheridan Blvd, Suite 300, Westminster.

For more information, visit https://academy.davinciinstitute.com/the-aws- toolbox/.