Dear IT Pro TV:
I have read an article or a YouTube Video on how to create a VM (Virtual Machine) in AWS EC 2 an amazon Instance (EC2) where you can create a virtual lab like installing Windows Server 2016. I am doing both the MTA (WIndows Server Fundamentals) and also the MCSA Windows Server 2016 before the deadline, my original plan or goal was to do the 3 MCSA :
MCSA Windows Server 2016 (3 exams)
MCSA SQL (3 Exams)
MCSA Web Application ( 2 or 3 exams)
a total of 8 or 9 exams, in less than 2 months is probably impossible now, plus I don't have any experience or background in programming like C# language, which I needed for the MCSA Web Application, which I really wanted to get, but now I decided not to pursue it not enough time, I should of done it over the summer, but due to Covid-19, lost one of my part-time job due to Covid-19, finding and moving into a new apt, just made things a bit hard to settle in into my new apt and among other things, So I decided to pursue the MCSA WIndows Server 2016, instead since I already invested money and time in this cert why not try to get it. Doing 3 exams rather than 8 exams is probably possible.
- IT Pro TV
- Oreilly Learning
- Packt Publishing
- YouTube (VTC) its free here
- Mindhub for the practice exams ( its a bit cheaper here)
Any comments or suggestions on how I would start the VM's in AWS EC2?