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Advanced Architecting on Amazon Web Services: HA and Business Continuity


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Overview/Description
Disaster Recovery is a perfect fit for cloud technologies, and the scalable and redundant properties of cloud systems. Traditional DR required a sizable investment in a site, hardware, and personnel. This course contrasts traditional and cloud availability and DR and looks at highly available systems and cloud disaster recovery techniques. This course is one in a series of Skillsoft courses that cover the objectives for the Amazon certification AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional.

Target Audience
Candidates for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional exam, and other learners with advanced cloud implementation skills looking to get the best out of the Amazon Web Services platform

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
2.2

Lesson Objectives

Advanced Architecting on Amazon Web Services: HA and Business Continuity

  • start the course
  • describe availability levels in Amazon Web Services
  • describe the components of high availability in Amazon Web Services
  • describe a traditional, pre-cloud, disaster recovery solution with different levels of off-site duplication of data and services
  • describe recovery time objective metrics for a disaster recovery system
  • describe recovery point objective metrics for a disaster recovery system
  • calculate recovery point objective and recovery time objective metrics for a disaster recovery system
  • describe backup and restore services on Amazon Web Services
  • describe the pilot light method of Disaster Recovery using Amazon Web Services
  • describe warm standby DR solutions using Amazon Web Services
  • describe multi-site disaster recovery solutions using Amazon Web Services
  • describe the impact of synchronous and asynchronous replication in Amazon Web Services
  • describe regions in Amazon Web Services and the part they play in disaster recovery systems
  • describe levels of availability configurable through Amazon Web Services
  • describe multi-availability zone high availability on Amazon Web Services
  • describe multi-region high availability on Amazon Web Services
  • describe the process of failover and failback in a disaster recovery solution on Amazon Web Services
  • describe Amazon Web Services' self-healing capabilities
  • describe the self-healing capabilities of individual Amazon Web Services components
  • describe how bootstrapping is used in a self-healing system on Amazon Web Services
  • describe how Amazon Machine Images are used on Amazon Web Services
  • describe how Elastic Block Store is used with Amazon Machine Images on Amazon Web Services
  • describe how Elastic IPs are used in a self-healing system on Amazon Web Services
  • describe how Elastic Load Balancing is used in a self-healing system on Amazon Web Services
  • describe how the reserved instances feature is used in a self-healing system on Amazon Web Services
  • choose Amazon Web Services components to create a high availability solution and a disaster recovery solution
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