AWS Trusted Advisor helps AWS administrators provision resources according to best practices in four categories: cost optimization, security, fault tolerance, and performance improvement.
- [Hiro] Have you ever looked at your finances and thought, … well dang, I wish someone would tell me … what to do with my money … so I could have a comfortable, early retirement. … I've tried some investments. … I've tried putting money into 401K, … but I have no idea if I'm doing any of this right. … Often times, the people you call up about your money health … are called financial advisors. … For your AWS Cloud Infrastructure, … you have the trusted advisor. … AWS Trusted Advisor is a service … that guides the provisioning of your resources … so that you are following AWS best practices. … Upon scanning your AWS infrastructure, … trusted advisor advises you on how your infrastructure is … or is not following AWS best practices … based on five categories. … The categories are cost optimization, performance, … security, fault tolerance and service limits. … AWS then provides action recommendations to bring … your infrastructure closer to best practice standards. … All AWS customers have access …
Note: This course also maps to the Security module of the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam. Taking all four courses in the Introduction to AWS for Non-Engineers series will help you prepare for the exam.