This half-day, intermediate-level bootcamp is for AWS Business Professional partners or individuals at AWS Partner Network (APN) partner companies who are responsible for articulating the general benefits of AWS services and the specific benefits of moving Windows workloads onto AWS. The bootcamp is not technical. It presumes an existing knowledge of the general benefits of cloud computing and AWS and is most often taken as the second or third in a series of training, starting with AWS Business Professional and AWS Solutions Training for Partners: Foundations.


This bootcamp teaches you how to:

  • Articulate the differentiated benefits of AWS.
  • Engage with the customer to create a clear vision of Windows workloads for migration to AWS.
  • Identify the AWS services that provide long-term business success with Windows workloads.
  • Identify and articulate how Windows workloads can be licensed to run on AWS.
  • Connect to APN online partner resources to support Windows on AWS.
  • Navigate the AWS Marketplace to find partner solutions.

Intended Audience

This bootcamp is intended for:

  • Sales managers/directors
  • Account managers
  • Business development managers
  • Inside or virtual sales representatives (ISR/VSR)
  • Marketing (lead development reps)
  • Services sales reps in PSO (SSE)


We recommend that attendees of this bootcamp have the following prerequisites:

  • AWS Business Professional accreditation
  • AWS TCO & Cloud Economics accreditation
  • AWS Solutions Training for Partners: Foundations

Delivery Method

This bootcamp is delivered through a mix of:

  • Instructor-Led Training (ILT)
  • Group discussions


Note: There are no technical lab exercises in this bootcamp; however, a laptop is required to access course materials.


Half day


This bootcamp covers the following concepts:

  • Opportunities to move Windows workloads onto AWS
  • Differentiated AWS benefits with respect to Windows workloads
  • Partner solutions and Windows use cases
  • Licensing basics for Windows on AWS
  • Migrating Windows workloads to AWS