Cloud Development - AWS Learning: Amazon Web Services 2020 Beginner

  • 14 Courses | 1h 59m 54s
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Introduction to Amazon API Gateway
Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that makes it easy for you to create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure APIs at any scale. This course will introduce you to this service and walk you through several use cases and important features offered with Amazon API Gateway. The course will also include a demonstration of how to define a resource and methods on that resource, and how to deploy the resource to an Amazon API Gateway stage.
Introduction to Amazon Lex
Amazon Lex is a service for building conversational interfaces into any application using voice and text. This course introduces you to the service, including how to create a bot and deploy it to different chat services. We also review use cases for the service.
Introduction to AWS CodeBuild
AWS CodeBuild is a fully managed build service that compiles source code, runs tests, and produces software packages that are ready to deploy. In this introductory course, we discuss what AWS CodeBuild is and how it works and review some common use cases and best practices.
Introduction to AWS CodeCommit
This course will introduce you to AWS CodeCommit – the fully-managed source control service that makes it easy for you to host secure and highly scalable private Git repositories. Throughout this course, you will learn more about the service’s features and benefits and how best to use CodeCommit for your own development needs. We also demonstrate how to create a new repository.
Introduction to AWS CodePipeline
AWS CodePipeline is an AWS service that helps you with fast and reliable application and infrastructure updates. In this introductory course on AWS CodePipeline, a detailed overview of the service will be provided, including a look at service features, best practices when using the service and common use cases. A demonstration of AWS CodePipeline will also be provided.
Introduction to AWS CodeStar
When it comes to code developers, the right tools make a difference when developing, building, and deploying applications in the cloud. In this course, we will look at how AWS CodeStar brings together the right tools for the job. The key features and benefits of AWS CodeStar will be discussed, along with a brief demonstration of the service.
Introduction to AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)
AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is one of several ways to access your AWS resources. In this course, we cover a brief overview and use cases regarding the AWS CLI. At the end of the course, a demonstration is performed to show how the AWS CLI can be used in day-to-day operations.
Introduction to AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda is an AWS service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. In this introductory video on AWS Lambda, we will discuss the rationale for using AWS Lambda and then jump into how exactly the service works and how you can get started using it. The course will wrap up with a demonstration on using AWS Lambda to run an image recognition app.
Introduction to AWS Mobile SDK
AWS Mobile SDK helps you build high-quality mobile apps quickly and easily, providing easy access to a range of AWS services. This course introduces you to the service’s benefits and features, covers mobile app development, and reviews the platforms supported by the AWS Mobile SDK.
Introduction to AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate
This course is an introduction to AWS OpsWorks, the configuration management service using Chef, an automation platform that treats server configurations as code. Throughout this course, we will discuss how the service works, as well as the best practices for and benefits to using it. The course will also detail several use cases.
Introduction to AWS OpsWorks Stacks
AWS OpsWorks Stacks helps you manage applications and servers on AWS and on-premises. This introductory course covers the fundamental units of creation in an AWS OpsWorks application, including stacks and layers. We also discuss how AWS OpsWorks Stacks operates around the lifecycles of your instances, and dive into a couple of use cases.
Introduction to AWS Step Functions
This is an introductory course on AWS Step Functions, an AWS service that makes it easy to coordinate the components of distributed applications and microservices using visual workflows. In this course, we will discuss the rationale for using AWS Step Functions and highlight key service concepts such as state types, visual workflow, and Amazon State Language. A demonstration of AWS Step Functions will also be included in the course.
Introduction to AWS X-Ray
AWS X-Ray helps you analyze and debug production, distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. In this course, we discuss how you can use AWS X-Ray to create a service map, identify errors and bugs, and build your own analysis and visualization applications. Use cases and a demonstration of AWS X-Ray will also be included.
The Pollexy Project
This is an introduction to the Pollexy Project, the service combining Alexa, Polly and Lex. The Pollexy Project is a Raspberry Pi and mobile-based special needs verbal assistant that lets caretakers schedule audio task prompts and messages both on a recurring schedule and/or on-demand. In this video, we introduce you to the project and showcase a specific use for the project: assisting children with autism.


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