This Python Boto3 free course is the complete guide on the Boto3 library with lots of hands-on, real-world examples showing how to manage AWS services such as AWS EC2, EBS, AMIs, Snapshots, S3, Secrets Manager, Parameter Store, DynamoDB, IAM, SQS, SNS, CloudWatch, KMS, SES, and many others using AWS APIs.
This course will help you to solve almost any automation problem you might face by providing lots of reusable code examples for your Python Lambda functions, scripts, or other AWS automation code.
This part of the course provides in-depth information about the Python programming language required to interact with all AWS resources using the Boto3 library.
Using Boto3 For AWS Automation
This part of the tutorial describes how Python developers can configure the credentials file for the Boto3 library or AWS Access Key and AWS Access Secret Key to manage AWS services. After that, you’ll learn how to use AWS APIs to interact with each AWS service.
Is This The Right Course For Me If I’m New To AWS?
If you’re new to the AWS cloud platform, we strongly recommend you get basic knowledge about the AWS cloud platform by following the “Ultimate AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate” course. Once you have a basic understanding of the AWS services, you can start automating them using Python. And that’s where our content will bring you lots of value!
Is Cloud9 A Mandatory Requirement, Or Is It Possible To Cover All The Course Topics Using On-Premises IDE?
You can follow the course from on-premises IDE. We recommend using the Cloud9 IDE for the course as it simplifies environment configuration.
What Is The Expected Cost Of The AWS Resources Throughout The Course? Is The Course Content Eligible For AWS Free Tier, Or Some Extra Bucks Are Required?
All currently provided course examples, including Cloud9 IDE, are eligible for the AWS Free Tier and you can follow them at no additional cost.
“New AWS customers eligible for the AWS Free Tier can use AWS Cloud9 for free. If your AWS Cloud9 environment uses resources beyond the free tier, you are charged the normal AWS rates for those resources.” (https://aws.amazon.com/cloud9/pricing/).
Do not forget to clean up created resources by following examples to avoid unexpected charges.