New Training: Automating AWS Storage using Python

This intermediate training video, 14 videos, by SPOTO trainer Trevor Sullivan, covers the knowledge cloud specialists require to use Python commands for automating your use of S3 buckets.
This is the new AWS training.
AWS storage is a complex field that requires you to be proficient in many tasks, including backing up your data, increasing AWS storage amounts, and volume resizing. However, just knowing how to do these tasks is only part of a cloud specialist’s career. You will need to be able to automate these tasks in order for your career to flourish.
Python is a popular, easy-to-use, and all-purpose programming language. It allows you to create repeating tasks and routines in your AWS account, which takes many repetitive tasks off your plate. This Automating AWS Storage and Python training will make your job easier.
This two-part series covers topics like recognizing the correct Python commands to discover buckets, navigating your AWS storage using Python commands, and creating an interface between your buckets & your tools.
You can watch a video from the series here:

This series includes the following skills:
Amazon S3 Storage Management with Python and Boto3
Python for managing Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS).

This training covers the following topics:
Introduction to Amazon 3 and Python Boto3 SDK
Storing data in Amazon S3 buckets with Python and Boto3
Configure Remote Development Environment to Amazon3 Programming
Understanding Python Automation APIs for Amazon EBS
Create Amazon S3 Bucket using Python and Boto3

This training includes:
1 hour of training
14 videos

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New Training: Automating AWS Storage using Python
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