Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of AWS for Architects: High Availability and Continuous Deployment.
- [Lynn] We've covered a great deal of ground…learning about high availability…and continuous deployment in AWS.…I have a couple additional resources for you.…The first one is the AWS DevOps blog.…Amazon has been adding services and service capability…very rapidly in the DevOps space.…You'll note that we covered a number of relatively…new services in this course.…And the way I keep up is by subscribing to the DevOps blog.…In addition to that, there are several team members…at Amazon that are creating advanced level content.…
In particular, I wanna call out some content…from Brent Maxwell that I found in this AWS Summit.…It's an Advanced Continuous Delivery set of sessions.…And it goes even beyond what we looked at in this course,…and has examples of Canary deployments…and using all kinds of Amazon services,…including machine learning for verification.…The DevOps space is rapidly evolving,…and it's been an exciting tour for me.…Hopefully for you, as well.…This is Lynn Langit, thanks for listening.…
- Understanding high availability (HA)
- Preparing for HA
- Designing for HA
- Understanding continuous deployment (CD)
- Types of verification tests used in CD
- Server mutability and CD
- Implementing CD
- Advanced CD pipeline techniques
- CD pipeline with Step Functions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding High Availability
2. Design for High Availability
HA for a big data pipeline5m 51s
3. Understanding Continuous Deployment
4. Implementing Continuous Delivery
Next steps1m 6s
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