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This course introduces the Centralizing Operations Using AWS Systems Manager learning path, designed to help you learn about the AWS Systems Manager and its fundamental features. We will introduce the following:
- The basic setup required to enable Systems Manager in your instances
- How to manage fleets of instances for large-scale execution of scripts and patching
- How to secure sensitive data like access keys, passwords, and other private datasets using Parameter Store
Centralizing Operations using AWS Systems Manager Learning Path
Hello and welcome to this Cloud Academy learning path. You will be presented with AWS Systems Manager as a collection of features that will permit you to manage your machine fleet at scale in AWS, your own data center or even other cloud platforms.
AWS Systems Manager is a secure end to end management solution for resources on AWS, on your data center, and other cloud providers. It has grown to support over 20 different features allowing you to accelerate detection and resolution of operational issues. It also provides tools to automate configuration and management of your applications including patching and custom configurations.
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This learning path will focus on AWS systems manager and it’s fundamental features. We will introduce the basic set up required to enable systems manager in your instances, how to manage fleets of instances for large-scale execution of scripts and patching as well as how to secure sensitive data like access keys, passwords and other private datasets using parameter store.
Who should attend this course? This course is intended for solutions architects, systems operators and developers looking to understand how to set up and use AWS Systems manager for centralizing systems operations and remediations.
This course will discuss what is systems manager and what you can do in terms of systems operations at scale. We start by discussing what is required to start using systems manager, how to manage fleets of instances including executing scripts, patching and managing state. We also discuss systems manager parameter store, maintenance windows and state manager including some hands-on labs for you to get practical experience.
To get the most out of this learning path you should meet the requirements for any of the associate level certifications by AWS. These are the Solutions Architect, Developer or Sysops administrator associate certifications. Having the equivalent experience will also be sufficient.
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