AWS MFA | Amazon EC2 | Amazon Machine Images | IAM Roles | Elastic IP | EBS | Snapshots | EFS | ELB | ASG | Route 53
What you’ll learn
- Getting Started with AWS
- Working with Global and Regional Services in AWS
- Creating Billing Alerts and Setting up MFA
- Deploying and Configuring EC2 Instances in AWS
- Creating IAM Roles for EC2
- Creating Securing Groups for EC2 Instances
- Remote EC2 Administration with PuTTY and Terminal
- Working with Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)
- Creating EBS Snapshots
- Creating Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)
- Creating an Amazon Elastic File System (EFS)
- Attaching a Single EFS to Multiple EC2 Instances
- Uploading files via FTP to EFS
- Understanding the Concept of High Availability and Elasticity
- Deploying Elastic Load Balancers (ELBs) and Auto Scaling Groups (ASGs)
- Dynamic Scaling with ASGs
- Creating Launch Templates
- The Foundations of Route 53 and DNS
- Domain Registration and Routing with Route 53
- Basic Computer Skills
- No programming experience needed. You will learn everything you need to know.
This course offers an introduction to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. The focus of the course will be on four key services, including: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), AWS Storage Solutions, and Elastic Load Balancers (ELB) integrated with Auto Scaling Groups (ASG).
Amazon EC2 is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It allows users to launch virtual machines (VMs) on demand and pay only for the compute resources they use. In this course, we will explore the different types of instances available, as well as how to launch, configure, and manage EC2 instances.
In addition to the EC2 service, we also explore AWS storage solutions including Elastic Block Store (EBS), Elastic File System (EFS), Snapshots, and Amazon Machine Images (AMIs). EBS is a block-level storage service for use with EC2 instances. It provides persistent storage for data that needs to be frequently accessed. EFS is a file-level storage service for use with EC2 instances. It allows users to create and configure file systems that can be accessed from multiple instances. Snapshots are point-in-time copies of EBS volumes that can be used for backup and recovery. AMIs are pre-configured virtual machine images that can be used to launch EC2 instances. In this course, we will explore the different storage options available and how to use them to manage data on the AWS platform.
Once students have a handle on the foundations, we explore more intermediate topics relevant to workload distribution through the integration of ELBs and ASGs. Elastic Load Balancers (ELBs) are used to distribute incoming traffic across multiple EC2 instances. They automatically scale to handle incoming traffic and can also be used to improve availability and fault tolerance. In this course, we will explore the different types of load balancers available, as well as how to configure and use them to distribute traffic across multiple instances.
We will demonstrate how to integrate the ELBs with Auto Scaling Groups (ASGs) to ensure workloads are only distributed to healthy nodes within the EC2 service. ASGs allow users to automatically scale the number of EC2 instances in response to changing demand. They automatically launch and terminate instances based on predefined rules, ensuring that the number of instances is always sufficient to handle incoming traffic. In this course, we will explore how to configure and use ASGs to automatically scale the number of instances on the AWS platform.
Throughout the course, we will use hands-on exercises to help students gain practical experience with the AWS platform. Students will have the opportunity to launch and configure EC2 instances, create and manage storage volumes, configure load balancers and auto scaling groups, and work with other AWS services. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the AWS platform and will be able to use it to build scalable and reliable cloud-based applications.
Who this course is for:
- Students interested in learning the foundations of AWS
- Students interested in Cloud Computing
- Students interested in exploring the Amazon EC2 Service
- Students interested in exploring various EC2 Storage Solutions (EFS, EBS)
- Students interested in setting up Highly Available cloud setups using ELBs, and ASGs on AWS