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The AWS Command Line Interface, or CLI, is a powerful tool that enables you to manage AWS resources and services from the command line. The course will teach you how to use the AWS CLI effectively and efficiently, so you can streamline your workflows and automate your AWS-based operations. By mastering the basics of the AWS CLI, you will gain the fundamental knowledge required to manage and monitor AWS resources efficiently. You will also be able to begin determining how to deploy complex infrastructure more streamlined and automated manner. Whether you are an experienced AWS user or just starting with cloud computing, the INE AWS CLI course provides the basic knowledge and skills to master the AWS CLI and take your AWS-based operations to the next level. So let’s start your journey to becoming an expert in AWS today!


Brooks Seahorn, You can search far and wide and still won’t find a Cloud instructor with more humor, excitement, or passion for training the Cloud experts of the future than Brooks.

The tech bug first bit Brooks in college. From there, (and after working as a chemist for one whole day), he pursued his passion for all things tech. He has more than 25 years of experience as an engineer, developer, and systems architect. The bulk of his career was as an Air Force contractor working on global communication, identity replication, logistic, platform hosting, and cloud migration. Brooks’ training experience spans his entire career.

Over the past few years, he has personally trained hundreds of students on AWS across 70+ companies nationwide. He has held numerous Microsoft certifications and was one of the first candidates to successfully pass the GIAC Secure .NET coding exam. Brooks currently holds all three Associate level certifications with AWS (Architect, Developer, and SysOps).

Certifications: AWS Associate System Architect, AWS Associate Developer, AWS Associate Systems Operations.

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