- Cloud concepts
- Cloud best practices
- Creating a new AWS account
- Managing IAM groups, roles, and permissions
- EC2 regions and availability zones
- Launching a new EC2 instance
- Setting up Elastic Load Balancing
- Creating a MySQL RDS database
- Using Elastic Beanstalk
- Serverless architectures with AWS
- Lambda and the Gateway API
- Decoupling with SQS, SWF, and SNS
- Controlling costs
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] Are you interested in laying a solid foundation upon which to build scalable and reliable application architectures in the cloud? That's what this course is all about. Hi, I'm Jeff Winesett. In this course I'll introduce a series of good practices and core principles to build applications in the AWS Cloud. I'll begin by taking you through many foundational practices that should be followed when designing and building cloud-based applications. Then I'll introduce the many services that provide the tools to implement the good practices. The services that assist in designing for failure, implementing elasticity, decoupling system components and keeping applications and data secure. Along the way, I'll demonstrate these services and practices by building a web application using three different approaches. First, I'll take a manual approach to show each individual component service. Then I'll demonstrate one of AWS' managed services to automate much of the process. Finally, I'll build a web application again using a server-less approach. So if you're ready to get your head in the clouds, let's get started.
1. Cloud Concepts
2. Cloud Practices
3. Keep Things Secure
4. Designing for Failure
5. Implement Elasticity/Automate Infrastructure
6. Further Optimize for Performance
7. Going Serverless
8. Additional Services for Decoupling Components
Simple Queue Service (SQS)5m 34s
9. Optimize for Cost
Matching supply with demand5m 18s
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