AWS Networking & Content Delivery

Intermediate

LP Box Courses 7 Video Courses
LP Box quiz 2 Quiz sessions
LP Box Lab 5 Hands-on Labs
Duration 10h 16m
Karma ~350 karma points
Certificate 38872 students

This learning path has been designed to increase your understanding of AWS networking components to help you architect your environment using Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) and Content Delivery solutions using the AWS Global network, specifically edge locations.

Throughout the learning path you will learn how to create, implement and manage VPCs and understand how to implement multiple subnets and configure routing to segment and group your AWS resources effectively and securely.

Using the hands on labs provided you will also have the opportunity to create your own VPC, implement essential security mechanisms and also set up a peering connection between two VPCs.

An introduction to the AWS DNS service, Route 53 will also be given where you will learn about Domain name management, DNS failover, routing mechanisms and more.

The AWS CloudFront service is used as a Content Delivery Network (CDN) which allows you to deliver content to your end users with reduced latency, increasing performance.  This learning path will introduce you to the service and show you how to use it features, how to serve your files using CloudFront and you'll learn how to create a static website using S3 and CloudFront through the use of a hands on lab provided.

Courses included in this learning path:

· Working with AWS Networking and Amazon VPC

· AWS Virtual Private Cloud: Subnets and Routing

· Amazon VPC IPSec VPNs – Understanding, Building and Configuring

· Working with AWS’s Domain Name System: Amazon Route 53

· Working with Amazon CloudFront

· Static Website Hosting, Storage and Content Delivery on AWS

· How to install and run Wordpress on AWS

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The VPC - Virtual Private Network - lies at the core of most significant deployments on AWS. VPCs allow you to create the balance between secure isolation and resource integration that fits your unique needs best. You have complete control over traffic coming into and out of your network and, using AWS route tables, network gateways, and subnets, you can permit only the access you need and ...

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Learn to create an isolated network using Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Amazon Virtual Private Cloud lets you provision a logically isolated section of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud where you can launch AWS resources in a virtual network that you define. You have complete control over your virtual networking environment, including selection of your own IP address range, creation of ...

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Description Creating and configuring a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) within AWS can be a simple or difficult process. It all very much depends on the complexity of your requirements. For example, how many subnets and hosts will you require? will you be using one VPC or peering multiple VPCs together? Do you need to establish connectivity back to your on-premise network? Do you need internet ...

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Securing your VPC using Public and Private subnets Lab Overview In this lab you will design a VPC with a public subnet, a private subnet, and a network address translation (NAT) instance in the public subnet.  A NAT instance enables instances in the private subnet to initiate outbound traffic to the Internet. This scenario is common when you have a public-facing web application, while maintaining ...

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Lab Overview In this Lab, you will make strides in migrating an on-premises application into the AWS cloud. You will configure the networking between two VPCs, one for the frontend web tier and one for the backend API tier. As part of a real-world scenario, you will complete design requirements and debug network issues. Lab Objectives Upon completion of this Lab you will be able to: Connect VPCs ...

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In this course, you will be introduced to Amazon VPC IPsec VPNs. We will first introduce you to the IPsec security protocol, highlighting key components - providing explanations of what it is and why and where it is useful. We will describe in detail the individual parts of IPsec protocol suite, such as Authentication Headers and Encapsulating Security Payloads. We will touch on Security ...

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Amazon's Route 53 provides three services: record creation (which registers the human-readable names you'd like associated with your web domains), request handling (to direct web traffic to the right servers), and health checks (to ensure that traffic isn't being directed to servers that can't handle the load). Very few web-facing AWS deployments can really be considered complete without applying ...

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Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery web service which integrates with other Amazon Web Services products to give you an easy way to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no minimum usage commitments. During this course we will cover a range of topics from an introduction to what CloudFront is, to architectural considerations, to pricing and reports. ...

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Create a Content Delivery Network (CDN) Distribution using Amazon CloudFront Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery network (CDN) service. You can speed up the delivery of static files using the HTTP or the HTTPS protocols. You can stream audio or video contents in real time using the RTMP protocol. Each CloudFront distribution has a unique cloudfront.net domain name that can be used to ...

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Even if many modern websites require complex server-side technologies to deliver dynamic content, many organizations still need pretty simple static websites just relying on HTML, CSS and Javascript. Nevertheless, even websites delivering static content need to scale and grant high availability, and a low latency, as the visits grow over time. In this course, the expert CloudAcademy's Senior ...

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Learn a simple procedure to create an inexpensive, highly available, low-latency static website with Amazon S3 and a CloudFront content delivery network Lab Overview You can easily and inexpensively use Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host a website that uses client-side technologies (such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) and does not require server-side technologies (such as PHP and ASP.NET). This ...

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WordPress is an open source CMS originally built as a web publishing platform, quickly becoming a de-facto standard for blogs. Thanks to its huge third-party plugin ecosystem, WordPress has been adopted for use many different situations never imagined by its creators, including dynamic websites, e-commerce platforms, and online newspapers. It's a terrific software package with a huge user base, ...
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