Want to make your AWS deployment infrastructure robust and easy to maintain? This path will help you master critical cloud-era DevOps skills.
In this learning path, you will learn about the AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and its associated networking components, with a view to architecting and building your own VPC. Then you'll look at how to set up a static website on the Cloud using only Amazon S3 to store the files, Amazon CloudFront for content delivery, Route 53 to associate a custom domain name to our website, and Amazon Glacier to set up an automatic backup strategy of the website's files on S3.
After that, we'll go into more depth on Amazon CloudFront, which provides an easy way to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no minimum usage commitments.
Finally, we look at Route 53, Amazon's domain name system, and cover topics such as domain name management, DNS active-passive failover, DNS latency-based routing, private hosted zones, and health checks.
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- Confidently architect a VPC across multiple availability zones within a region
- Explain different networking components commonly used within AWS VPCs
- Secure your VPCs, helping you to protect your resources within them
- Assess which method of connectivity to your VPCs would be best in different scenarios
- Set up a static website on the cloud using S3, CloudFront, Route 53, and Glacier
- Get an in-depth understanding of Amazon CloudFront and how to monitor it with CloudWatch
- Get an in-depth understanding of Amazon Route 53
This learning path is intended for those looking to improve operations for their infrastructure using a range of AWS services.
To get the most out of this learning path, you should have a good working knowledge of AWS, as well as a basic understanding of website hosting.
Learning Path Steps
This course gives you an overview of the AWS Virtual Private Cloud and its associated networking components.
Knowledge Check: Working with AWS Networking and Amazon VPC
This course explains the various features and use cases of Amazon CloudFront and includes a walkthrough of how to create a Web Distribution.
Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery web service. It integrates with other Amazon Web Services products to give developers and businesses an easy way to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no minimum usage com...
This course walks you through AWS Route 53 and managing domain registrations, traffic routing, and health checks to optimize access to your Amazon infrastructure.
CloudWatch is a monitoring service that AWS provides. You can use it to monitor AWS resources or custom resources, inside or outside AWS.
Learn how to deploy applications using Amazon Elastic Beanstalk with monitoring, autoscaling, and load balancing.
Final Exam: Operations on AWS
David's acknowledged hands on experience in the IT industry has seen him speak at international conferences, operate in presales environments and conduct actual design and delivery services.
David also has extensive experience in delivery operations. David has worked in the financial, mining, state government, federal government and public sectors across Asia Pacific and the US