Linux Academy Video Course: AWS Backup Strategies

Linux Academy Video Course: AWS Backup Strategies

CloudBerry Lab announces a partnership with Linux Academy. Together we've prepared a 2-hour course devoted to AWS backup strategies that will be helpful for IT-professionals and managed service providers. CloudBerry Lab customers can sign up for community edition at Linux Academy to access the course free of charge.

About the Course

This course looks at various backup options and strategies on the AWS platform, with a focus on Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier. Understanding pricing models, security features and concepts, transfer speeds, and everything else involved in backup strategies is very important for both large and small businesses. We walk through some of the differences between traditional backups, and then we contrast that with cloud backups. At the end of this course, you will have a better understanding of how to create and implement backup strategies with Amazon Web Services.

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*Signup for community edition to access the course for free

Christophe Limpalair

Author: Christophe Limpalair

Christophe is an Amazon Web Services instructor and developer at the Linux Academy who is passionate about constantly learning and helping others learn. Whenever he's not working on AWS courses, he's usually co-hosting Cloud Cadet or hosting the ScaleYourCode podcast.


About Linux Academy

Linux Academy is dedicated to providing high-quality, certification-based training to help people find or progress within careers in high-demand segments of the technology industry.

Through self-paced courses, personal access to expert instructors and an ever-growing learning library, Linux Academy caters to beginners and experts alike. With more than 2,500 videos, Linux Academy offers hundreds of hours of expert-curated video course material.

More than 82,000 aspiring and expert engineers have developed new skills with Linux Academy training courses. Linux Academy is excited for CloudBerry users to join companies such as Rackspace, the Associated Press, MailChimp, Asurion, Media Temple and many others who are already active in the Linux Academy Community.