Picking the Right Cloud Provider for Your Application – Part 1
Picking the Right Cloud Provider for Your Application – Part 2
Picking the Right Cloud Provider for Your Application – Part 3
You’ll have 5 years of access to the course content. Please read the
FAQs below before making the purchase.
Who is this Course for?
This course is meant for anyone looking to build a solid understanding
of cloud computing strengthening their fundamentals in the domain.
The course will be immensely helpful for developers, cloud engineers,
DevOps engineers, platform engineers, site reliability engineers,
engineering managers, product managers or anyone who wants to prepare
for any role in IT that has anything to do with cloud computing.
The content in this course helps you understand the infrastructure on
which modern-day distributed applications run, which will help you
prepare for your system design interviews along with the Zero to Mastering Software Architecture learning path. It will help you master the cloud
fundamentals, which will also help you nail your cloud certifications
exams for platforms like AWS, Google Cloud or Azure.
Will this Course be Helpful In My Career Growth?
After having spent a decade in the industry designing and writing code,
I firmly believe that every software engineer should have knowledge of
cloud computing. It’s the present and the future of application
development and deployment.
Be it on-premises or on a public cloud, every business prefers to run
its services on cloud infrastructure due to multiple technical and
economic reasons, which I’ve discussed in detail in this course. There
is an ever-rising demand for cloud experts and the knowledge of cloud
computing gives you an edge over other engineers, subsequently
increasing your pay scale and job prospects.
Are There Any Prerequisites to this Course?
There are no prerequisites to taking this course. No prior experience in
cloud computing is required. The course provides a thorough discussion
on architectural concepts with the help of several illustrations to help
you understand the concepts better.
Why is this Course Text-based?
My courses are intentionally text-based. The text format of the course
enables you to learn faster than the videos. Learning through reading is
way faster than sitting through hours of videos. It is easy to take
notes—no pausing the videos to take notes or screenshots of diagrams.
You can always go back to specific topics immediately when you need
Also, my courses are frequently updated. New information is continually
added. It is easy for me to update the text-based content as opposed to
re-recording a video every time a tiny update needs to be made. Imagine
that. It would be killing.
How Long Do I Have Access to the Course Content?
You will have up to five years of access to the course content from the date of
Why Aren’t You Offering Lifetime Access?
I would be happy to but cannot primarily due to two reasons:
1. I have significant recurring monthly expenses in the form of platform
fees, hosting charges, marketing, international tax compliance and other
maintenance costs. Offering lifetime access would significantly spike
the price of the courses. In order to keep the content affordable, I had
to time restrict access to the platform.
2. The content of my courses is continually updated besides the new
content that is added. The software design and development domain
continues to evolve and as it evolves the courses get updated
accordingly. With my courses, you’ll stay on top of the latest
developments in the domain. And, as you might have figured this demands
continual time investment 🙂
Hello there, I am Shivang. I have industry experience of more than ten
years designing and developing scalable web systems, right from idea to
production. I’ve designed, developed, and maintained code, as well as
worked in the production support for systems receiving millions of hits
every single day.
I’ve worked on large-scale web services for some of the industry giants in
several domains, including E-commerce, Fintech, Telecom and Travel &
Hospitality. My last job was at HP as a full-stack developer in their
Technical Solutions – R&D team.
As an independent consultant, I’ve helped businesses build scalable
services with fitting software design and technology. This included
helping them improve their development processes resulting in better code
quality, maximum test coverage, minimal bottlenecks, less technical debt
and fewer bugs.
Here is my LinkedIn profile if you want to read more about my professional experience or want to say
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