Core AWS services using the AWS Console and CLI. Powerful techniques all AWS administrators want in their toolbox.
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Ahmed El-Fakharany is a senior Cloud and DevOps engineer. He’s worked with Linux and open-source technologies since 2011. Having held various job titles both in the enterprise world as well as in small and medium-sized startups, Ahmed has experienced the whole lifecycle of software creation and maintenance start to finish.He has also taught many students various DevOps tools like Docker, Ansible, Chef, Vagrant, Jenkins, as well as AWS cloud technologies like EC2, S3, Beanstalk, and Lambda functions. Ahmed is a certified AWS Solution Architect Associate.