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This course introduces the Create an Event-Driven Architecture in AWS learning path, which covers various services available to create event-driven cloud solutions in AWS.
Once the course is completed, you will be able to:
- Understand AWS Step Functions for managing workflows
- Utilise EventBridge to trigger actions based on schedules or AWS events
- Optimise with lambda functions to provide computing power to your actions
- Recognise the S3 events that trigger lambda functions based on file-related actions
Event-driven architectures are likely the most efficient ways to take advantage of Cloud Computing. Why? Because most of the time, you only pay when your services are actually running and you don’t have to worry about scaling up or down as you would with traditional compute options in the cloud.
In this Learning Path, you’ll learn about the various services available to create event-driven cloud solutions in AWS. As you learn about these services just think about how you would combine them to solve problems.
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If you are a Solutions Architect or DevOps Engineer, and you want to explore options that go beyond traditional virtual machines, such as serverless computing, message queues and AWS services with zero back-end administration then this learning path is for you!
As you make your way through this guided learning path, you will be presented with a series of on-demand courses, hands-on labs and lab challenges, allowing you to become proficient in designing your own event-driven architecture.
You’ll learn about:
AWS Step Functions for managing workflows
EventBridge to trigger actions based on schedules or AWS events
Lambda Functions to provide computing power to your actions
S3 events that trigger lambda functions based on file-related actions
As a prerequisite to taking this learning path, you may find it beneficial in having some familiarity with the fundamentals of AWS and some of its core services.
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