Get quick tips to take advantage of the powerful built-in tools for administering Amazon Web Services (AWS), including EC2, Elastic Beanstalk, and AWS RDS.
- [Instructor] Hello everyone and welcome to AWS Administration Tips and Tricks. So, what is this Techsnips thing anyway? Techsnips is an IT career development platform that creates IT video-based how-to content in small videos known as snips. What you're seeing here is one way we publish our snips by linking them together in a logical order to create an entire training course. We are a shared collective of knowledge and community of geeks that just helping out one another and they want us trading our knowledge to others. We're always looking for more contributors. As you follow along in this course, know that you can be one of these presenters too, everyone has something to share and if you're watching this chances are you know more than just AWS. So we'd love for you to join us at the link you see here. The hard work was done by the people you see here. many years of industry experience behind them. I expect you to have some working knowledge with AWS services, you should also have the required enthusiasm to learn the tips and tricks of different AWS offerings. And in order to get the most out of this course, you will need to (mumbles) with internet connection, an AWS account with programmatic access and I also need you to work with me throughout the labs. Now that was all for the course introduction, let's jump into the first section.
- Monitoring AWS charges
- Monitoring EC2 instances
- Scanning for Windows updates on EC2
- Securing AWS
- Managing apps on Elastic Beanstalk
- Managing IaaS resources
- Managing storage
- Working with MySQL and RDS databases