Review the first steps into the free tier of AWS and what you can experience from it.
- [Instructor] Deciding on an angle of approach…to AWS can be difficult.…Fortunately, Amazon offers a free minimal use…of their solutions.…Amazon limits its free tier by how long you can use…a solution for free and how much you can use that solution.…Time for free use of a tool is set to either 12 months…of use or the entire lifetime of the tool.…Each product's free status is also determined by use.…For example, the EFS and EC2 platforms are both free…for the use for 12 months, while the Glacier and Macie…products are free for the lifetime of those products.…
Therefore, it can be free to architect the solution,…but only cost if the solution is used.…While solutions are free to use, they begin to incur costs…when either time or data increase to production levels.…For example, EC2 deployments begin to incur fees…if their use exceeds 750 hours a month.…Likewise, EFS is free to configure, but will begin…to incur costs if the file system houses more…than 5 gigabytes of data per month.…These cost triggers can get confusing and difficult…
- Comparing AWS to previous IT solutions
- Benefits of AWS
- AWS security and pricing
- Building big data on AWS
- Cloud storage and databases
- Data warehousing
- Backing up data
- AWS for mobile services
- IoT approaches
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting to Know Amazon Web Services (AWS)
2. Building Big Data on AWS
3. Backing Up Data with AWS
4. Mobile Solutions Using AWS
5. IoT Approaches with AWS
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