This course looks at the AWS Health Dashboard, a tool that can help you plan and work around issues in AWS. These events include outages, scheduled maintenance, and service degradation events. So, let’s get you prepared for these events with this awesome tool.
By the end of this course, you should have a greater understanding of the AWS Health dashboard, its features, and how to integrate it into your high-availability solutions. Some of the key points we’ll be covering in this course include the following:
- Service history and open issues
- Service events specific to your AWS accounts
- EventBridge integration for the Health Dashboard
- Enterprise-level offerings (such as the AWS Health API)
- Systems Administrator
- DevOps Engineer
- AWS Student learning for certification reasons
- Have a general understanding of Amazon EventBridge and AWS Infrastructure
- General knowledge about AWS services currently in use by your organization that could be impacted during scheduled maintenance and outages
The AWS Health dashboard is a tool that can help you plan and work around issues in AWS. As they say at Amazon, everything fails all the time and it helps to be prepared. Some of these events include outages, scheduled maintenance, and service degradation events. So, let's get you prepared for these events with this awesome tool. Hello and welcome. My name is Carlos Rivas and I'm a senior AWS content creator here at Cloud Academy. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions using the details shown on the screen or you can always get in touch with us by sending an email to email@example.com where one of our cloud experts will reply to your question.
So, who should attend this course? If you're designing applications for high availability, then monitoring AWS health events should definitely be on your checklist. Also, this topic certainly comes up in AWS certification exams including the DevOps Professional Certification. If you're looking to put this knowledge to use right away, I'll show you how to integrate your own custom Lambda function to respond to AWS health related events. So, whether you're assistant administrator, DevOps engineer, or an AWS student learning for certification reasons, I'm sure you'll find this content helpful. By the end of this course, you should have a greater understanding of the AWS Health dashboard, its features, and how to integrate it into your high-availability solutions. Some of the key points we'll be covering in this course include service history and open issues, service events specific to your AWS accounts, EventBridge integration for the Health dashboard, and enterprise-level offering such as the AWS Health API.
To get the most out of this course, you should have an understanding of Amazon EventBridge, AWS infrastructure in general such as regions, availability zones and VPCs, and just general knowledge about AWS services currently in use by your organization that could be impacted during scheduled maintenance and outages. Feedback on our courses here at Cloud Academy is valuable to both us as trainers and any students looking to take the same course in the future. If you have any feedback, positive or negative, it would be greatly appreciated if you could contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All right, let's get started.
Software Development has been my craft for over 2 decades. In recent years, I was introduced to the world of "Infrastructure as Code" and Cloud Computing.
I loved it! -- it re-sparked my interest in staying on the cutting edge of technology.
Colleagues regard me as a mentor and leader in my areas of expertise and also as the person to call when production servers crash and we need the App back online quickly.
My primary skills are:
★ Software Development ( Java, PHP, Python and others )
★ Cloud Computing Design and Implementation
★ DevOps: Continuous Delivery and Integration