Use the AWS CLI, aws-shell version.
- [Instructor] Now up until this point in the course,…we've been working with AWS Services…by using the AWS console, basically clicking on the console.…And although that works just fine for learning,…in any sort of production environment, of course,…that's just not the way you want to work.…You want to use either scripting or programmatic access…because these produce code artifacts that you can check…into source control, version, and you have less human…interaction and less chance for making errors.…So best practice really in general working with Amazon…in production is just to use either scripts for DevOps…or configuration type of activities, and to use…programmatic access for writing your applications.…
So to that end, we're going to take a look…at working with scripting tools.…And there are two main scripting client tools.…There's the AWS Client tool, or AWS CLI,…and that's basically the standard scripting tool.…But there's a new one that I actually prefer, aws-shell.…And the reason I like it is it includes auto-complete.…
- Security and governance approaches
- Service cost predictability
- Protecting data in-flight and at-rest
- IAM best practices
- Security via AWS Inspector, AWS Trusted Advisor, and AWS KMS
- Console tools for cost control
- Total service costs for AWS
- Using the AWS billing dashboard
- Third-party security and governance tools
- Approaches to security and cost control
Skill Level Advanced
1. Security and Governance Approaches
2. Security and Governance for Services
3. AWS Tools for Security and Governance
4. Advanced and Third-Party Tools
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