AWS Billing and Cost Management

The course provides a basic overview of AWS Billing and Cost Management services and dashboards. Different AWS cost tools, such as Cost Explorer and AWS Budgets, are covered in this introduction. A step-by-step review of how to set up budget alerts is also presented. Course level: Fundamental Duration: 20 minutes Activities This course is a video presentation. Course objectives In this course, you will be presented with: – A high-level review of managing costs with AWS; learners will gain a baseline understanding of how costs are monitored, strategies for tracking costs, and how AWS services can help with managing costs – An overview of the many AWS cost tools available, and how they can be effectively used – Strategies for how to create an effective cost optimization program in your organization; where to start, and how to grow Intended audience This course is intended for anyone wanting to learn more about the basics of AWS cost management tools and services Prerequisites We recommend that attendees of this course have a familiarity with basic cloud economic principles Course outline Within a single module the following topics will be covered: – Why cost management is important – Tools and services available to track and manage cloud spend – Types of spend reports that exist and how they can be used – How to set up a budget alert – Ways to bring a cost management orientation into your organization

AWS Cloud Economics for Healthcare

This course provides an overview of Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources that are uniquely available to the healthcare industry. It includes a survey of AWS resources especially applicable to healthcare. The course explores special topics, such as rightsizing instances to particular needs and budget-saving tools to control spend. There is an emphasis on the agility provided by the AWS Cloud and its relevance to healthcare providers as they grow into new markets and opportunities. Finally, this course shares case studies of cloud adoption for healthcare so customers can use the learning experiences of others when shaping their own journey. Course level: Fundamental Duration: 80 minutes Activities This course includes interactive learning objects, videos, and knowledge check questions. Course objectives After this course, you will be able to do the following: • Understand AWS and who they are as a company. • Understand Cloud Economics and how you can realize their benefits with AWS. • Explain the compute and storage offerings available to the healthcare industry. • Understand the challenges, solutions, and benefits of using AWS services for analytics and purpose-built artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities for healthcare. • Identify AWS Partners and AWS Professional Services and understand how to use them. Intended audience This course is intended for: • Account and Sales Managers • Solutions Architects • Business Development and Analyst Managers • Business Users • Data Scientists • Decision Makers Prerequisites None Course outline Lesson 1: How to Use This Course • Navigating this course • Guidance to learners of AWS Cloud Economics for Healthcare Lesson 2: Amazon Web Services • The Amazon Culture of Innovation • The AWS healthcare team Lesson 3: Cloud Concepts • Cloud computing overview • Cloud computing deployment models • Reasons to use AWS as a cloud provider • Learning more about cloud computing with AWS Lesson 4: Cloud Economics • Cloud Economics overview • Economic benefits of cloud computing • Benefits of Cloud Economics • Pillars of cost optimization • AWS Cloud Value Framework • AWS Free Tier overview • How AWS Pricing works • Managing your costs • Cost management tools Lesson 5: AWS for Health • AWS for Health overview • AWS for Healthcare & Life Sciences • AWS and AWS Partners purpose-built solutions Lesson 6: Compute Offerings for Healthcare • Amazon EC2 overview • EC2 instance types • Amazon EC2 pricing models • AWS Compute Optimizer • High performance computing (HPC) for healthcare • Compute case studies and customer stories • Serverless computing on AWS Lesson 7: Storage Offerings for Healthcare • Cloud storage overview • How cloud storage works • Benefits of cloud storage • Types of cloud storage • AWS storage services • Storage case studies and customer stories Lesson 8: AWS Services for Analytics • AWS services for analytics • Using AWS analytics for healthcare Lesson 9: Purpose-Built AI/ML Services for Healthcare • Purpose-built AI/ML services • Introduction to Amazon HealthLake Lesson 10: AWS Healthcare Partners and AWS Professional Services • AWS Partners • AWS Marketplace • AWS Data Exchange • AWS Professional Services Lesson 11: Resources • Learn more about AWS for Health • Questions and direct engagement about AWS fo

Optimizing your FinOps Strategy with AWS

In this course, you will learn how to take advantage of the cloud and evaluate scenarios for a full or hybrid move to a cloud solution. You will review cloud financial and operational aspects, including procurement and deployment. You will also learn how to scale cloud efficiently on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and how to measure results. •Course level: Fundamental •Duration: 1 hour Activities: This course includes a video presentation. Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to: •Gain a baseline understanding of the cloud, AWS, and how AWS solutions can help drive better business outcomes •Familiarize yourself with processes, best practices, and tools to help with successful cloud procurement and deployment •Create an effective FinOps orientation to the cloud, along with insights into how your organization can use AWS resources to help innovate and grow Intended audience: This course is intended for: •Financial analysts, budget analysts, accountants, auditors, and others who are interested in learning more about the financial dimensions of the cloud •Operations engineers, operations managers, DevOps engineers, database administrators, and learners who want to better understand operational aspects of the cloud •FinOps personnel who work at organizations with a combined approach to finance and operations in a single domain of responsibility Prerequisites: We recommend that attendees of this course have: •Familiarity with basic cloud economic principles •Introduction to AWS Billing and Cost Management Course outline: The following topics will be covered in each module: •The concept of FinOps in the context of AWS resources •The role and importance of FinOps in an organization •The rationale and value of the particular FinOps framework provided by AWS and next steps on how to get started with an AWS FinOps journey

AWS Cloud Economics for Startups

In this course, you will learn about the advantages of using Amazon Web Services (AWS) for your startup. You will recognize similarities of cloud adoption through use cases of other real-world AWS startup customers, while shaping your own particular journey. Course level: Fundamental Duration: 60 minutes Activities: This course includes presentations, use cases, and helpful resources. Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to: – Describe the advantages AWS provides startups. – Identify a pathway for your startup business to benefit economically with AWS. – Recognize AWS resources that help startups. Intended audience: This course is intended for: – AWS Partners – Startup businesses Prerequisites: • None Course outline: Module 1: For Students – How to Use This Course Module 2: Advantages of AWS – Successful Startups in the Cloud – Benefits of AWS at a Glance Module 3: Cloud Value Framework – Introduction to Cloud Value Framework – Cost Savings – Staff Productivity – Operational Resilience – Business Agility Module 4: Build with AWS Case Study – Rightsize Your Services – Make Your Business Elastic – Select the Right Pricing Model – Match Storage Type to Your Need – Design Infrastructure with Budget in Mind Module 5: Thank You – Resources for Startups – Feedback

AWS Foundations: Cost Management

In this course, you learn about Cloud Financial Management, a set of activities that allows you to successfully manage, optimize, and plan cloud costs. You learn about the six capabilities that are essential for your organization’s Cloud Financial Management journey and the outcomes it helps your organization achieve. Finally, you learn how to baseline and assess your maturity against these capabilities and use them to build your organization’s Cloud Financial Management roadmap. • Course level: Fundamental • Delivery method: Digital training • Duration: 35 minutes Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to: • Describe Cloud Financial Management • Identify the six capabilities to have to be successful in your Cloud Financial Management journey • Be able to assess your organization’s maturity against these six capabilities • Explain the phases of building your roadmap for success Intended audience: This course is intended for: • IT business decision makers • Individuals who seek an understanding of Cloud Financial Management Prerequisites: We recommend that attendees of this course have: • There are no prerequisites for this course. Course outline: • Introduction to Cloud Financial Management • Capabilities and maturity • Build your roadmap • How we can help