This “AWS interview questions” video will take you through some of the most popular questions that you face in an AWS interview. Cloud computing is quickly becoming the norm among enterprises that want more flexibility, greater efficiencies, lower costs, and improved disaster recovery. AWS is by far the dominant provider, with 40% of the market share and $14 billion in revenue projected for 2017. That’s not only good news for Amazon’s bottom line. It’s also good news for yours if you’re moving into the field as an AWS Solution Architect Associate. If that’s the career move you’re making, and you’re preparing for an AWS Solution Architect job interview, then this is a video for you. Here are some of the most common AWS interview questions and answers that can help you while you prepare for Amazon web services related roles in the industry. Learn and get a deeper understanding of these questions to set you apart from the crowd in this booming cloud industry. Course Length: 1:31:16 Source: Simplilearn
Most frequent questions and answers
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