Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video About using cloud services, part of AWS for DevOps: Continuous Delivery and Process Automation.
- [Instructor] A tip I like to share about learning about Cloud Services is that when we are working with the services we are spinning up actual instances of services and many of them have a free tier associated but not all of them so it's really important when you're learning that you do look at the Amazon Billing Console to make sure that you don't incur any surprise charges when you're learning and studying. Also, after you're done working with the service a best practice during the learning period is to review it and then shut it off.
Sometimes you can archive some of the results so you can more quickly and easily bring it back up in the form of script and of course this course is about automation so we'll be doing that but just a tip in general. I don't want you to get a surprise bill after you're done studying and learning Amazon CI/CD processes.
- Continuous delivery (CD) approaches
- Automation approaches
- Core services of AWS
- Core AWS tools
- Advanced CD
- Advanced automation
- Using third-party tools for CD and automation
Skill Level Advanced
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Amazon Web Services for Data Sciencewith Lynn Langit3h 57m Intermediate
1. Continuous Delivery (CD) and Automation Approaches
2. CD and Automation with Core AWS Services
3. Using AWS Tools for Advanced CD and Automation
4. Advanced and Third-Party Tools
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