AWS Storage Services
AWS Integrated Storage
AWS 140, from Cloud Academy's comprehensive Amazon Web Services learning tracks series, is an introduction to Amazon's data storage infrastructure.
As you'd expect, Amazon's AWS has some pretty effective data backup and storage solutions. This course will introduce you to the basic roles and practical use of Amazon's entire storage family. We'll explore the function and structure of Amazon's S3, Glacier, and Storage Gateway services, how those services can be used together to create an end-to-end data backup and storage management system, and how EBS volumes work with EC2 instances.
AWS140 is part of the 100 level course series (the AWS Technical Foundation Track) which, in turn, lays the groundwork for our 200 series (intermediate level skills) and 300 series (advanced skills).
Welcome to CloudAcademy's video course on AWS storage fundamentals part of the 100 level of our Amazon Web Services content model. Since Amazon Web Services seeks to successfully provide virtualized compute services capable of replacing just about every piece of deployment hardware your company owns we would expect that they would offer some pretty effective data backup and storage solutions. In fact, between their simple storage service S3, Glacier, Elastic Block Store, and Storage Gateway products you'd need to be fairly creative to find too many functional holes.
This course aims to introduce you to the basic roles and use of Amazon's storage family. Once you've completed the course, you should understand the function and structure of Amazon's S3, Glacier, and Storage Gateway services. How these services can be used together to create an end-to-end data backup and storage management system and how EBS volumes work with EC2 instances. If you're new to cloud computing, you might want to take our AWS 110 general overview before beginning this one. And you can always check out CloudAcademy's hands on labs to gain some painless real world experience at some of the skills we discuss. Now it's time to start learning.
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