Learn how to best use AWS services to build for high availabiity.
- [Instructor] Cloud application high-availability…design patterns follow similar paradigms…as we saw in the previous movie.…So for example, we have functions around…availability, fault tolerance, and security.…In the availability area, again, it's going to…be dependent on what core services you select.…If you're using a server-based architecture,…one that uses EC2 RDS, for example,…then your availability strategy will be based on…server redundancy and/or multi-location deployments.…
We've also seen the technique for high availability…of creating Amazon machine images from EC2 snapshots.…Now if you choose the newer architectures…using serverless services like Lambda and DynamoDB,…then availability is less of a concern for you to manage,…and you're relying on Amazon for high availability.…This can substantially impact the amount of resources,…particularly in terms of people,…that you need to manage your solution, and it is part…of the total cost of ownership considerations.…
Now in terms of fault tolerance, the patterns are…
This course is also an exam preparation resource, as it covers topics that map to the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam.
- AWS design concepts
- Serverless services
- Server-based services
- Code tools for implementation
- Design trade-offs for AWS applications
Skill Level Intermediate
Amazon Web Services: High Availabilitywith Sharif Nijim2h 17m Intermediate
Amazon Web Services: Monitoring and Metricswith Sharif Nijim2h 4m Intermediate
1. Design Concepts for Serverless AWS Services
2. Design Concepts for Server-Based AWS Services
3. AWS Code Tools for Implementation
4. Design Trade-Offs for AWS Applications
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