Real and genuine Hand-On Experience, Sandboxes, and day-to-day problems all of them in ACG
October 06, 2021

Real and genuine Hand-On Experience, Sandboxes, and day-to-day problems all of them in ACG

Leo Quiroa | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with A Cloud Guru (Linux Academy)

I think the biggest problem that ACG [A Cloud Guru] is solving is to match three elements equate the knowledge of all the members of the team, also even non-technical people the current pace of the development of AWS services, the demands of the clients for solutions in the cloud. Then, the company is able to close more business deals, the clients are happy with their solutions and all the team members feel satisfied with the level of understanding they have of the AWS Services and other Cloud Providers.
  • Sandboxes, because it gives you a real hands-on experience.
  • Hire really good and top developers with real experience in the field.
  • Organize their content in an easy way and keep updating it.
  • More material on other cloud providers GCP, Azure, Huawei.
  • Extend the sandboxes to other cloud providers not only AWS.
  • Include more material for non-technical people, sometimes the sales teams are completely lost in the platform but they would like to learn about it.
  • Number of people certified, on the current year I can remember around 4 of them.
  • That impacts positively the quality of professionals and/or services you can offer to the clients.
Compared to O'Reilly in general, the ACG [A Cloud Guru] content is more specific to AWS and with more examples and real-world use cases. O'Reilly is broader in terms of technologies you can learn, but none of them go deep into the details. Another thing is that O'Reilly focuses more in publish books and ACG is more about video learning.

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Well suited if you:
Are a developer
Want to learn AWS with really good professors
Have hands-on experience on AWS

Less Appropriate [if] you:
Are part of a non-technical area such as Management, Sales, Project Management
You are a developer and want to go deep with hands-on experience into other cloud providers such as GCP, Azure