A Cloud Guru - Free Training on Securing AWS S3


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Hi everyone,

 

ACG (A Cloud Guru) are providing a free training course this month on securing AWS S3 storage.

 

Anton Gostev provided insights recently into public cloud utilisation and with AWS being used by such a big portion of the Veeam customer base, it makes sense to share information on how to secure the S3 storage.

 

Link to course:

https://acloudguru.com/course/how-to-properly-secure-an-s3-bucket
 

Hope this helps someone!


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Thanks for sharing. Time to check it out. 

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Interesting. Thank you for sharing.

I assume you have to select the free trial plan. There is no hint on the website that this course is free...

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Super sharing, thank you!!

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Interesting. Thank you for sharing.

I assume you have to select the free trial plan. There is no hint on the website that this course is free...

Correct, I registered over a year ago but have never paid anything to ACG (yet, seriously considering the subscription but now they’re owned by Pluralsight I don’t know how it will differ in the long term), the page announcing the free courses is here: https://acloudguru.com/blog/news/whats-free-at-acg

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:thumbsup_tone3: Thank you @MicoolPaul , I did not find this list.

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I just thought that I would mention that the CKAD courses on A Cloud Guru were not up to date. I bought one Month at a discount. This curriculum was updated last October  by the Linux Foundation and there were some significant changes. The Linux Foundation exams are the hardest that I have ever taken so every point counts. You don’t want to have missed a chunk of the curriculum for certain. 

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Wow, Linuxacademy has moved to https://acloudguru.com/ Never knew this until I had to login today! It is the parent company tho

  • This is the best resources for learning any cloud related technologies. I highly recommend it… Perfected by AWS here in less than a month… 

 

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