This learning path has been curated to allow you to gain the knowledge and understanding required to get the most from the following re:Invent session, enabling you to understand the insights and discussions during the talk at a greater level, and prepare you to ask some great questions for the speaker(s)!
STG207: Best practices for moving your data to AWS, online and offline - This session explores how you can use AWS DataSync and the AWS Snow Family (AWS Snowcone, AWS Snowball, and AWS Snowmobile) to accelerate moving your data to Amazon S3, Amazon EFS, and Amazon FSx. It also highlights use cases, best practices, when to choose online or offline methods, and how to use the Snow Family and DataSync together.
As you progress through this learning path you will be introduced to a number of different services including, AWS DataSync, AWS Snow Family, Amazon S3, Amazon EFS, and Amazon FSx
- Define what AWS DataSync is and what it's used for
- Understand AWS DataSync use cases
- Define the architecture and process of using AWS DataSync to transfer data from on-premises to AWS
- Define the architecture and process of using AWS DataSync to transfer data between different AWS storage services
AWS Snow Family:
- Define the AWS Snow Family
- Understand the differences between AWS Snowcone, AWS Snowball, and AWS Snowmobile
- Learn when you would use each service in a production environment
- Understand their key features and how to request a snow device
- Provide an overview of Amazon S3
- Understand the basics of the Amazon S3 console
- Learn the differences between the storage classes available
- Understand the AWS Elastic File System along with its benefits and use cases
- Understand which performance and storage class to configure based upon your workloads
- Configure and create an elastic file system
- Mount EFS to your existing Linux instances
- Understand some security features and requirements of EFS
- Import existing data into your elastic file system
- Understand when to use Amazon FSx for Windows file server
- Understand When to use FSX for Lustre
- Be able to describe the differences between the two
- Learn why you would want to use FSx vs EFS
This learning path is designed for those who are looking to attend the STG207 Best practices for moving your data to AWS,online and offline session
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