AWS for Software Testers: Learn Cloud Services
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There was a dramatic shift in the software development industry over the past 3 years towards cloud technology. In the past agencies might favor dealing with their own infrastructure. This means that more usually than not the software developed and the infrastructure it was deployed on would be in the same place. Or deployed on servers on customer site. This process has shift vastly towards hosting development & production software on the rented framework provided by big cloud companies like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. There's a bunch of advantages associated with the move and plenty of ability downsides as well. AWS is a great starting place because with its market dominance there's a very good chance that you'll be testing software programs running on it. What Is AWS?Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a fully secure cloud services provider. It provides common services like compute power, database storage, Machine learning & AI services, security, monitoring, developer tools, content delivery, and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. There are numerous tools available on the AWS Marketplace for QA testing, making it tough to determine where to begin. What should a company look for when choosing among QA tools?Firms invested in AWS have a few options to get their QA jobs finished. They can look to native AWS testing tools, as well as the AWS Marketplace to find an arsenal of third-party tools that combine with their cloud workloads. In practice, users should mix a combination of these testing tools to figure out their applications and workloads for security, performance standards, configuration, and more. Course CoverageIntroduction of AWSUsecases of AWS in Software TestingStep by Step Setup of AWS Free AccountEC2 Service: Create and Connect with Linux Virtual MachineEC2 Service: Create and Connect with Windows Virtual MachineS3 Service: Cloud Storage



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