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Decoupled and Serverless Architectures (CLF-C02)
Decoupled and Serverless Architectures (CLF-C02) - Introduction
Difficulty
Beginner
Duration
48m
Students
4
Description

In this lesson of the Cloud Practitioner course, we introduce the concepts of decoupled and event-driven architectures and introduce various serverless services in AWS that are relevant to the CLF-C02 exam.

Objectives

  • Identify examples of decoupled and event-driven architectures
  • Understand how AWS services such as SQS and SNS can integrate with decoupled and event-driven architectures
  • Describe the various serverless services in AWS and their associated use cases

Prerequisites

This lesson is designed for anyone who is new to cloud computing, so no prior experience with AWS is necessary. While it may be helpful to have a basic understanding of AWS and its services, as well as some exposure to AWS Cloud design, implementation, and operations, this is not required as all of the concepts we will introduce in this lesson will be explained and reinforced from the ground up.

Transcript

Hello, and welcome to this lesson on decoupled and serverless architectures in AWS, where we’re here to help you on your journey to prepare for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification.

My name is Danny Jessee, and I am one of the trainers here at Cloud Academy, specializing in AWS – Amazon Web Services – and AWS certifications. In this lesson, the AWS team will be presenting a series of lectures that introduce the concepts of decoupled and event-driven architectures, as well as some serverless services currently available in AWS that may be covered on the exam. Feel free to contact me with any questions using the details shown on the screen, or you can always get in touch with us here at Cloud Academy by sending an email to support@cloudacademy.com, where one of our Cloud experts will reply to your question.

This lesson is specifically curated to help you pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam and is ideal for anyone who is looking to learn about decoupled and serverless architectures in AWS in preparation for the exam.

The objective of this lesson is to provide a high-level introduction to decoupled and event-driven architectures in AWS. We’ll see how services such as the Amazon Simple Queue Service, or SQS; the Amazon Simple Notification Service, or SNS; and Amazon Kinesis can be used within these architectures. And finally, we’ll provide a survey-level overview of serverless services in AWS.

Together with the other lessons in this course, we’ll cover all four domains from the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam guide and ensure that you are fully prepared to sit this exam.

This lesson is designed for anyone who is new to cloud computing, so no prior experience with AWS is necessary. While it may be helpful to have a basic understanding of AWS and its services, as well as some exposure to AWS Cloud design, implementation, and operations, this is not required as all of the concepts we will introduce in this lesson will be explained and reinforced from the ground up.

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