Education Ecosystem’s backend infrastructure moves to AWS
Education Ecosystem is thrilled and excited to announce that we are migrating our backend infrastructure to AWS. This new development gives us an edge to be the most comprehensive and dynamic educational cloud platform. It is as interesting to you, our users, as it is to us. By migrating our infrastructure to AWS, we will create and reach you better with our top-quality educational projects.
EE video from own streaming cluster to Youtube
We are also moving our project videos from our own streaming cluster to Youtube. We are changing from our own video player and servers to Youtube. The projects and the project videos will be available on our YouTube channel as well.
We are building the world’s biggest learning ecosystem for future technology topics such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, game development, data science, cryptocurrencies, and programming on Youtube.
Our Youtube channel
On our youtube channel, you will see all our projects in the playlists section. Each project has all its project videos within a playlist. Here you will see all the projects in our six categories of programming, data science, artificial intelligence, game development, cybersecurity, and blockchain.
The projects will continuously be added to the channel and to our platform. Our project creators are coming up with new projects every day to match the project creation requests we get through our channels.
Education Ecosystem is the first peer-to-peer learning ecosystem where developers learn how to practically use tools and services developer-focused companies are offering. They learn best practices, tricks, and tips their peers use. It is like Github on video for developers.
We are set to complete the migration on January, 31, 2022. This exciting development is meant to increase community engagement. It is also a sign that we listen to our community members as the initial idea for moving to Youtube was proposed via our community’s communication channels. We have only refined it so that it is beneficial to both project creators and viewers.