Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals for AWS Professionals

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This accelerated 6-hour course with labs introduces AWS professionals to the core capabilities of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in the four technology pillars: networking, compute, storage, and database.

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r/googlecloud • comment
6 points • Bjorn121_

If you have a strong AWS background, there is a course on Coursera on GCP for AWS Professionals. It's quite good at highlighting what the differences are in a lot of familiar areas (like Compute for example).


r/aws • comment
1 points • ricksebak

I used this Coursera course to pass the GCP cloud architect certificate. I had (and still have) zero hands-on GCP experience, but plenty of AWS experience. I took about a day and a half to run through this course.

r/googlecloud • comment
2 points • fokusfocus

For your background, Cloud Architect might be a good fit. As someone that came from AWS, this might be a good place to start:

r/GCP • comment
1 points • sathishvj

There is a coursera course for this:

And check this:

r/googlecloud • comment
1 points • duncan1382

>I think there is also a course about using GCP for AWS professionals available. Not taken this course, but it might be worth looking into.

Wow. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!

r/googlecloud • comment
1 points • AllThingsWiseWndrful

My recommendation is that you do a quick course that covers the basics of Google Cloud. Things are similar to AWS, but names are different.

Coursera course GCP for for AWS Professionals:

Also, in the docs:

r/coding • comment
2 points • shiningmatcha

Anyway, I’ve copied the article:

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