Amazon CloudFront Design Patterns
Using Amazon Route 53
The course is part of this learning path
In this section of the AWS Certified Advanced Networking - Specialty learning path, we introduce you to the various design patterns for content distribution and DNS from an AWS networking perspective that are relevant to the ANS-C01 exam.
- Identify how to leverage Amazon CloudFront for the usage of a content distribution network (CDN)
- Explain how Amazon Route 53 is used to design solutions that meet public, private, and hybrid DNS requirements
- Describe how Route 53 can be used within internet-based architectures to route end users to public-facing applications
The AWS Certified Advanced Networking - Specialty certification has been designed for anyone with experience designing, implementing, and operating complex AWS and hybrid networking architectures. Ideally, you’ll also have some exposure to the nuances of AWS networking, particularly regarding the integration of AWS services and AWS security best practices. Many exam questions will require advanced level knowledge of many AWS services, including AWS networking services. The AWS Cloud concepts introduced in this course will be explained and reinforced from the ground up.
In this course, we introduced Amazon Route 53 and how the service helps you register a domain name and manage it worldwide.
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