Learn how to set up, verify, and configure the AWS client tool, AWS CLI, for use with AWS scripting scenarios.
- [Instructor] In this section of the course…we're going to start working with some of the scripting…and programmatic tools to access data analytics in Amazon.…And for the first section, we're going to use shell scripting,…we're going to use the AWS CLI or client tool.…There are a couple steps to working with this.…You're going to need to add a key to your user login account,…because the client tool uses a key…rather than a username and password.…Then we're going to need to download and verify…the AWS CLI tool in the terminal,…and finally, we'll need to set up the AWS CLI…with our credentials.…
So for the first step, in the console,…we're going to just type iam…for user access and encryption keys.…And we're going to go into users,…and we're going to add a user.…We're going to call this user admin.…And we're going to give the user programmatic access.…We're going to click the permissions button,…and we're going to create a group.…We're going to call this group admins,…and we're going to click the box…next to administrator access…
- AWS analytics design concepts
- Files vs. databases
- Which analytics type to use
- Using code tools for analytics
- AWS IoT device message analytics
- Working with data using Spark commands
- Using AWS QuickSight for visualizations
- Top analytics architectural patterns and their associated AWS services
Skill Level Intermediate
Amazon Web Services for Data Sciencewith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
1. Analytics on AWS
2. Analytic Services
3. AWS Code Tools for Analytics
4. Advanced Analytics
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