New to Amazon Web Services (AWS)? This 1 hour Amazon Web Services tutorial for beginners teaches you everything that you need to know about the "how" and "why" of AWS.
This Amazon Web Services tutorial for beginners is for absolutely anyone seeking to learn the basics of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Even if you have never logged into the AWS platform before, we’ll guide you through the fundamentals of cloud computing, until you become more confident with the AWS concepts and terminology.
Together we’ll look at the history of Amazon Web Services at a 10,000 foot view. You will walk through the AWS Management Console, which is the intuitive user interface for managing Amazon Web Service. You'll come away from this course with an understanding of the major services in AWS and how they fit together.
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Introduction cloud computing world
Cloud business models
Public, Private and Hybrid cloud models
Advantages of cloud computing
AWS Regions and Availability zones.
Tools to access services.
Overview of the console.
Introduction to EC2.
Pricing models On-demand vs Reserved vs Spot instances.
Using Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) to create the instances.
Public vs Private Images.
Sharing Images to other accounts.
Logging into instances using key pairs.
Converting PEM files to ppk.
Volumes and types.
Using snapshots for backup.
Increasing the size of the volumes.
Backup and restore process of the EC2 instances.
Adding network interfaces.
Assigning static IPs using Elastic IPs.
Control access to instances using Security Groups
Introduction to Elastic Load Balancing.
Creating ELB from Console.
Attaching instances to ELB.
Configuring Ports, Protocols and health checks.
Enabling sticky session.
Enabling SSL Certificates for https transactions.
Introduction to notifications
Subscribing to Topic
Publishing to SNS Topic
Testing e-mail and SMS functionality.
Introduction to CloudWatch monitoring service.
Monitoring CPU, Memory and network utilization of different resources.
Introduction to Managed database.
Creating RDS instances using AWS console.
Choosing an RDS engine and version.
Public vs Private database instances.
Backup using snapshots and point in restore.
Control access to instances using Security Groups.
Creating launch configuration.
Creating auto-scaling group.
Introduction to Simple Storage Server (S3).
Storage options (default vs reduced redundancy vs Glacier).
Creating buckets using Console.
Uploading and downloading data tS3.
Building static websites using S3.
Enable version control on S3.
S3 access policies.
Introduction to Glacier.
Moving data from S3 to Glacier.
Setting archiving policies on S3.
Introduction to Content Delivery Networks.
Overview of Amazon CDN
Origins and Edge locations
Configure S3 backend for CloudFront.
Configure ELB backend from CloudFront.
Introduction to SES.
Introduction to IAM.
Access controls using IAM.
Creating users, groups and roles.
Inline vs Managed policies.
Choosing a network design and CIDR.
Design a simple network.
Creating Subnets and setup routing as per the design.
Using IGW tenable internet access.
Access controls using Network ACLs.
Network ACLs vs Security Groups.
Creating Private connections from data center to AWS.
Enabling VPC peering between VPCs.
Understanding the template format.
Create a simple CloudFormation template.
Updating the existing stacks.
Updating CloudFormation stacks.
Installing CLI tools using rpm or pip
AWS CLI syntax
Creating and managing resource using CLI
Using 3rd party tools for health and billing monitoring
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