AWS Copilot

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This lesson provides detail on the AWS Container services relevant to the AWS Certified Developer - Associate exam, covering ECS, ECR, and EKS.

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Learning Objectives

  • Learn about microservices and the benefits that a microservice-based architecture or application has over a monolithic application 
  • Understand the difference between containers and virtual machines
  • Learn how to create your own containers and run them within ECS and deploy them either serverlessly or on EC2 instances
  • Understand what the Elastic Container Registry is used for and its components
  • Understand what the Elastic Kubernetes Service is used for and its components
  • Understand how EKS implements and deploys clusters into a VPC 
  • Learn how to use, control, manage, and measure an EKS Kubernetes cluster deployed application
  • Understand how AWS Copilot is used as a command-line interface to launch and manage containerized applications on AWS

 

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