Start building with Amazon Web Services (AWS) today. Create an AWS account for free and automatically take advantage of the AWS Free Tier.
You’ll be able to use most AWS services, such as EC2, S3, and Lambda with a free tier for 12 months, as well as additional service offers that do not automatically expire at the end of your 12-month AWS Free Tier term.
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Free Tier is designed to enable you to get hands-on experience with AWS Cloud Services. The AWS Free Tier includes services with a free tier available for 12 months following your AWS sign-up date, as well as additional service offers that do not automatically expire at the end of your 12 month AWS Free Tier term.
After creating your AWS account you can use any of the products and services, listed below, for free within certain usage limits.
You can start today and automatically take advantage of the AWS Free Tier by following the steps below:
PowerShell is open sourced and available on Linux. PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language built on the .NET Framework to help IT professionals control and automate the administration of the Windows, and now Linux, operating systems and the applications that run on them.
Today’s customers live in a multi-platform, multi-cloud, multi-OS world – that’s just reality. This world brings new challenges and customers need tools to make everything work together. Microsoft is working company-wide to deliver management tools that empower customers to manage any platform, from anywhere, on any device, using Linux or Windows. This shift to a more open, customer-obsessed approach to deliver innovation is one of the things that makes me most excited to come to work every day.
This course demonstrates how people use VMware vRealize® Automation™ to accelerate the delivery and ongoing management of business-relevant IT services.
– Discuss the role vRealize Automation plays in delivering an integrated approach to cloud management
– Recognize how to install and configure the architectural components that support automated service delivery across a multi-vendor, hybrid cloud infrastructure
– Describe how vRealize Automation enforces service delivery policies and helps administrators control resource use
– Understand the process service architects use to build a library of re-usable, gold standard service components
– Describe how service architects and IT administrators can extend vRealize Automation to automate services provided by third-party management systems
Whether you are new to the cloud or an experienced user, you will learn something new at an AWS Summit. These events, held around the world, are designed to educate new customers about the AWS platform and offer existing customers deep technical content to be more successful with AWS.
Cybrary is a free online information technology (IT) and cyber security training environment. The team is dedicated to keep the world’s IT professionals prepared for this ever-changing industry and its technologies. This price barrier has made it difficult to begin a new career in the field and to grow a current career through training and learning. The results of an overpriced information security training market, is a skills gap that is growing fast. You can learn almost anything in IT and security related for free.
Take a look at what you can learn:
* Systems Administration
* Network Administration
* Cyber Security
I am really excited that my third blog post has been published at Intenseschool.com. Back in May 2014 my first article got published on “ESXi and Virtual machine patch management” and you can find my blog post here and in November my second article published link here.
My third article on “Creating and Configuring VMware Clusters” can be found here. Hope you find my article’s useful, informative and feel free to comment.
I recently stumbled upon the free and fantastic network related guide’s created by Aaron Balchunas at his blog, I was searching for CCNA type Study Guide and I was greeted with load’s of basic and deep technical network guides.
If you are new to virtualization and don’t have a CCNA or networking background? I suggest you get yourself familiaries with these topic mentioned in the guide. Credit and Thanks goes to Aaron.
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