Cloud Infrastructure - AWS Learning: Amazon Web Services 2020 Beginner

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COURSES INCLUDED

Networking Ninja to Cloud Ninja
In this course, we will address questions such as, "How does moving to cloud affect me as a network architect/engineer?", "Is there a place for my skills in the cloud? If there is a place for me, what will I do differently in the cloud?", and "Are there any cool things I can do in the cloud, but can’t do off-cloud?"
30m
Amazon Elastic Inference
Now you can reduce machine learning inference costs by up to 75% by using Amazon Elastic Inference (Amazon EI). This new accelerated compute service for Amazon SageMaker and Amazon EC2 enables you to add hardware acceleration to your machine learning inference in fractional sizes of a full GPU instance, so you can avoid over-provisioning GPU compute capacity. In this video, you’ll also learn about the service’s benefits and key features and see a brief demonstration.
11m
AWS Auto Scaling
AWS Auto Scaling enables you to centrally configure automatic scaling for the multiple scalable AWS resources used by your application from a single interface. In this course, we introduce you to this service and some of its benefits and main functionality. We also provide a demonstration of the service.
17m
Introduction to AWS Elemental MediaConvert
In this course, you will learn about AWS Elemental MediaConvert, a file-based video processing service that allows anyone, with any size content library, to easily and reliably transcode on-demand content for broadcast and multiscreen delivery. The course introduces you to the features and benefits of the service, highlighting common use cases and walking through a demonstration of the service in action.
12m
Instance Isolation with Elastic Network Interfaces
This is an introductory course on how to isolate your AWS instances with elastic network interfaces. In this course, we discuss an approach to managing the forensics of your system in AWS. We also review how you can manage the isolation of your compromised instances for security and forensics purposes by using network interfaces in conjunction with security groups and permissions.
5m
Subnets Gateways and Route Tables Explained
In this course, we will use sample three-tiered architecture to better understand how certain network components can help you effectively network your application. We review the differences between public and private subnets and discuss how gateways and route tables can be used for network routing.
17m
Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
You will learn about the implementation of containers on AWS using ECS and complementary services, such as the Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR). You will also learn about common microservices scenarios.
7m
AWS Application Services Overview
This course introduces Application Services tools like API Gateway and Step-Functions, which developers can use in conjunction with many other essential AWS services to build cloud-based applications.
4m
AWS Compute Services Overview
This course provides an overview of AWS Compute services that empower you to build and run your business from the cloud in a way that suits your application needs. These AWS cloud compute services are easy to scale, simple to manage, and enable flexible configurations and control.
4m
Introduction to Amazon Cloud Directory
This is an introductory course on Amazon Cloud Directory, an AWS service that enables you to build flexible cloud-native directories for organizing hierarchies of data along multiple dimensions. This course introduces you to the service’s benefits, features, and concepts such as schemas and directories. We also cover some common use cases.
12m
Introduction to Amazon Direct Connect
This is an introductory course on AWS Direct Connect, which helps you establish a dedicated network connection from your premises to AWS. In this course, we provide an overview of the service and its benefits, discuss some of the more technical aspects of how AWS Direct Connect works, and review some common use cases.
8m
Introduction to Amazon EC2 Systems Manager
This is an introductory course on Amazon EC2 Systems Manager, a management service that helps you automatically collect software inventory, apply OS patches, create system images, and configure Windows and Linux operating systems. In this course, we review the service’s features, going into depth on patch manager, automation and parameter store. The course includes use cases, too.
8m
Introduction to Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)
In this course, we will introduce you to Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), which provides persistent block storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2 instances in the AWS cloud. In this course, we discuss how to use Amazon EBS to customize your block storage, including use cases. We also review the service’s key features and benefits, such as drive types, snapshots, and elastic volumes.
9m
Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
This is an introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud or Amazon EC2, a web service that provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. In this course, we provide an overview of the service and demonstrate how to build and configure an Amazon EC2 instance.
8m
Introduction to Amazon Elastic Container Registry
In this course, you will be introduced to Amazon Elastic Container Service or Amazon ECS – the AWS service that helps you run containerized applications in production. The course will begin with a quick review of containers and then will dive into the features and benefits of using Amazon ECS. A demonstration of the service and highlights of different Amazon ECS use cases will also be covered.
7m
Introduction to Amazon Elastic Container Service
In this course, you will be introduced to Amazon Elastic Container Service or Amazon ECS – the AWS service that helps you run containerized applications in production. The course will begin with a quick review of containers and then will dive into the features and benefits of using Amazon ECS. A demonstration of the service and highlights of different Amazon ECS use cases will also be covered.
14m
Introduction to Amazon Elastic Inference
Now you can reduce machine learning inference costs by up to 75% by using Amazon Elastic Inference (Amazon EI). This new accelerated compute service for Amazon SageMaker and Amazon EC2 enables you to add hardware acceleration to your machine learning inference in fractional sizes of a full GPU instance, so you can avoid over-provisioning GPU compute capacity. In this video, you’ll also learn about the service’s benefits and key features and see a brief demonstration.
11m
Introduction to Amazon Elastic Load Balancer - Application
This course will cover an introduction to the Application Load Balancer – one of three AWS load balancers that distribute incoming application traffic across multiple targets. Throughout this course, you will learn how the Application Load Balancer differs from the Classic Load Balancer, and better understand the features that help define the service. The course will also include an overview of some service use cases, as well as a demonstration on how to launch and configure an Application Load Balancer.
14m
Introduction to Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR)
An introduction to Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR) showing the available tools that can be used with Amazon EMR and the process of creating a cluster. A demonstration of how to create a cluster with Amazon EMR is covered.
14m
Introduction to Amazon FSx for Windows File Server
This is an introductory course on Amazon FSx for Windows File Server, a fully managed service that makes it easy for developers and administrators to launch and use shared file storage for Windows applications. The course introduces you to the features and benefits of the service. Several use cases are discussed, and the course provides a demonstration of the service in action.
17m
Introduction to Amazon Glacier
Amazon Glacier is a secure, durable, and extremely low-cost cloud storage service for data archiving and long-term backup. In this introductory course, we give you an overview of Amazon Glacier and describe how it compares to other AWS storage services. We also discuss the service’s benefits and its key terms and features. We wrap up with a demonstration of Amazon Glacier so you can see the service in action.
12m
Introduction to Amazon Route 53 Resolver
The ability to query your on-premises internal DNS zones from within your VPCs, as well as to query Route 53 Private DNS from your corporate data centers is a must for a successful hybrid implementation. This lesson introduces the Amazon Route 53 Resolver service, which offers a unified view of DNS across your hybrid network by providing bi-directional query resolution. A demonstration on how to set up Amazon Route 53 Resolver is also included in this lesson.
22m