Udemy is only one of the wonderful resources that students have available to them from the world wide web today. Whether they are learning a language, how to do prom hair, or want to become an expert digital marketer, there are thousands of courses and classes available to them. But something that is just as important as the course itself, is the instructor of the class. The last thing you want is a bad course and an even worse teacher. Karan Brar is not the case.
Karan Brar is a systems architect and has been going at it for ten years. He loves technology and everything about it, and it shows through the three courses he offers on Udemy. He is certified through RHEL and loves teaching on things like Puppet, Python, and email server setups.
Below we have provided some overviews on his three classes that he offers, along with a course description and links to register for his classes. Karan Brar has taught over thirteen thousand students and his classroom continues to grow. So read on and join the KB Learning Academy today!
1. Getting Started with Puppet
In the Getting Started with Puppet course, beginners with prior knowledge of Linux Administration can learn what Puppet is and how the program works. You will figure out how to use IT management through Brar’s examples and practical situations that he administers, so that once you graduate the course, you know right away how to apply it immediately to what you want.
Puppet is a useful tool, but many do not know how to use it. Karan Brar goes through each step with videos, but also includes downloadable documents for those who need to see it on paper. With his nine sections and twenty five lectures, Brar will help any student in “Puppet need” get the training they need to get on their feet and begin using this tool.
2. Manage AWS Using Python: Core Services
In the Manage AWS Using Python: Core Services class, students will learn to manage AWS using Python and using administration tasks with Python. Although this is a class for those just starting, those who want to take this course should understand basic knowledge of AWS Core Services. Although it would be an advantage to know basics of Python, it is certainly not required.
You will be exposed to Boto3 functions, which will result in further knowledge of virtual server configuration, block storage, DNS management, and database. Although this may all sound complicated, Brar goes through each step with you with video tutorials and real life examples to make things more understandable and relevant. With four sections, thirteen lectures, and eight quizzes, this core services course will help those who have just started with AWS and want to take the extra step by using Python.
3. Cloud Computing with Amazon Web Services
In the Cloud Computing with Amazon Web Services course, you will learn how to configure monitoring services cloud storage services, along with how to build cloud virtual servers. You do not need any prior knowledge (other than knowing how to use a computer; aka can you turn it on and off?) and will solely learn from practical practice and situations that are given to you.
One of the great things that Brar offers in this course is that he gives live sessions every weekend to brief what was in the lectures, and will answer any questions you may have about what you were taught in that lesson. And combined with this and his eleven sections and twenty nine lectures, this class is not one you want to miss and will be extremely helpful for any new Amazon enthusiast.