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Starting with the introduction to AWS, you will learn about identifying key AWS storage options, Amazon EBS, Amazon S3 bucket creation, and sample code and libraries. You will learn about computing and networking services using Amazon EBS and EC2 instances. You will efficiently be able to manage services and databases using DynamoDB and understand the key aspects of Amazon RDS. You will also learn about deployment and maintenance using Amazon CloudWatch metrics and alarms, Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM), and AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Finally, you will explore service object models and the baseline concept of SNS and SQS, and then build an app using these new skills. By the end of this class, you will have learned how to effectively manage your application on AWS by using the AWS SDKs and APIs, as well as the AWS Management Console


Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: · Install and configure SDKs and IDE toolkits · Automate basic service operations using C# or Java · Use security models to manage access to AWS · Understand deployment models and usage with AWS · Solve common application problems through testing and debug best practices


1: AN INTRODUCTION TO AMAZON WEB SERVICES A background of AWS and its needs The AWS Management Console AWS security measures AWS interaction through the SDK and IDE tools 2: WORKING WITH AWS STORAGE SERVICES AWS storage options Working with Amazon EBS Working with AWS AWS Glacier 3: COMPUTING AND NETWORKING SERVICES Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Best practices Tools Computing and networking tools and libraries 4: MANAGED SERVICES AND THE DATABASES Amazon DynamoDB Amazon RDS Database tools and libraries DynamoDB local 5: DEPLOYMENT AND MANAGEMENT AWS CloudFormation Alarms with Amazon CloudWatch Identity and Access Management Application deployment using AWS Elastic Beanstalk 6: WORKING WITH THE AWS SIMPLE NOTIFICATION SERVICE – SNS Identifying Amazon SNS The service models of Amazon SNS Accessing SNS using the Management Console The sample code and libraries of SNS 7: WORKING WITH AWS SQS AWS SQS The baseline concept and object models of SQS Code and libraries of the AWS SQS service 8: BUILDING AN APPLICATION USING AWS An overview of an application Tool selection Creating an application


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