AWS Developer Associate 2021: Configuration as Code

Amazon Web Services 2021    |    Intermediate
  • 13 Videos | 1h 36m 16s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
Configuration as code (CaC) can save time and reduce human error by keeping configs consistent, manageable, traceable, and secure. AWS developers need to comprehend what's meant by configuration as code (CaC) and the AWS services that enable it. Through this course, learn about the features and benefits of configuration as code. Examine the features of the AWS Elastic Container Service (ECS), Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Amazon App2Container, and AWS OpsWorks. As you advance, learn how to create a cluster with Fargate, an Amazon ECS service, a Docker container on an Amazon ECS service, a container image to an Amazon ECR repository, and an Amazon EKS cluster. Upon completion, you'll be able to start implementing CaC in your own work. This course helps prepare learners for the AWS Certified Developer - Associate 2021 certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    define the concept of Configuration as Code and list the features and benefits it provides
    outline how the Elastic Container Service (ECS) is implemented on AWS and list its features and capabilities
    describe the features and capabilities of Amazon ECS Clusters
    summarize the features and components of Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
    summarize the features and components of Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
    describe the features and functionality of Amazon App2Container
  • describe the configuration management service AWS OpsWorks and how it uses Puppet or Chef to configure and operate applications in the cloud
    create a cluster with a Fargate task using the Amazon ECS CLI
    create an Amazon ECS service using the Amazon CLI and create and deploy a Docker Container on an ECS service
    create and deploy a container image to an Amazing ECR repository and then pull and delete the image
    create a Kubernetes cluster on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) using the AWS CLI and AWS console
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    2m 22s
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    2. 
    Configuration as Code (CaC)
    6m 58s
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    3. 
    Amazon ECS Features and Capabilities
    5m 8s
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    Amazon ECS Clusters
    6m 52s
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    5. 
    Amazon ECR Features and Components
    6m 29s
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    6. 
    Amazon EKS Features and Components
    7m 26s
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    AWS App2Container Features and Functionality
    7m 33s
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    AWS OpsWorks Configuration Service
    4m 25s
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    Creating an Amazon ECS Cluster
    7m 50s
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    10. 
    Creating an Amazon ECS Service
    10m 46s
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    Creating Amazon ECR Container Images
    12m 35s
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    12. 
    Creating an Amazon EKS Cluster
    16m 57s
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    13. 
    Course Summary
    53s

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