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Architecting on Amazon Web Services: Networking and Best Practice


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
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Overview/Description
Once you have mastery of all aspects of Amazon Web Services you need to put it all together into a set of best working practices for implementing, managing and maintaining web applications. This course covers best practices for creating secure, scalable, and fault tolerant web applications. It also covers configuration of network services on Amazon Web Services, including Route 53 for DNS, and Virtual Private Cloud, for creating logically isolated and secure sections of AWS. This course is one of a series that cover the objectives for Amazon certification exam AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate.

Target Audience
Individuals who perform a Solutions Architect role using the Amazon AWS cloud

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
1.8

Lesson Objectives

Architecting on Amazon Web Services: Networking and Best Practice

  • start the course
  • describe the Route 53 DNS service on Amazon Web Services
  • register a DNS domain through the Route 53 DNS service on Amazon Web Services
  • configure Route 53 as your DNS service provider
  • create a Virtual Private Cloud on Amazon Web Services
  • configure network subnets in Amazon Web Services Virtual Private Clouds
  • launch an EC2 instance into a Virtual Private Cloud on Amazon Web Services
  • configure network address translation on Amazon Web Services Virtual Private Clouds
  • configure access control lists on Amazon Web Services Virtual Private Clouds
  • describe Amazon Web Services Direct Connect
  • create and delete an Amazon Web Services Direct Connect connection
  • view and delete a virtual interface in Amazon Web Services Direct Connect
  • describe design for failure best practice when architecting Amazon Web Services cloud services
  • describe application decoupling best practice for building apps on Amazon Web Services
  • describe best practice for implementing elasticity in Amazon Web Services applications
  • describe best practice for parallelization in Amazon Web Services applications
  • describe best practice for determining data location in Amazon Web Services applications
  • describe the shared responsibility model in Amazon Web Services
  • describe the process of defining and categorizing assets on Amazon Web Services as part of an information security management system
  • design an information security management system to protect assets on Amazon Web Services
  • manage AWS and IAM accounts for security best practices on Amazon Web Services
  • describe how key pairs are used to manage access to EC2 instances
  • describe concerns for data at rest and S3 best practice for mitigating risks
  • describe EBS best practice for mitigating risk to data at rest
  • describe RDS best practice for mitigating risk to data at rest
  • describe best practices for building web applications on Amazon Web Services
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