Below are the video training courses included in this Learning Path.
Cloud Computing With AWS
Presented by Rich Morrow5 hours 9 minutes
In this course, you’ll begin with an introduction to the capabilities the wide range of Cloud Computing and Cloud Web Hosting services that Amazon provides. As you work through this hands-on tutorial, you’ll set up your AWS account, learn about AWS tools, and create your own 3-tier scalable web application.
Amazon Web Services - Virtual Private Cloud
Presented by Jon Gallagher2 hours 22 minutes
Now that you are familiar with AWS, you’ll learn to build your own virtual private cloud (VPC) and understand its uses. You’ll cover the various components, go over security groups and Network Access Control Logic (NACLs). You’ll wrap up with troubleshooting, security group gotchas, and soft limits gotchas. Once you’ve finished, you’ll be able to confidently configure and manage your own Amazon VPC.
Amazon Web Services - Simple Storage Service
Presented by Kim Fowler1 hour 56 minutes
You’re now ready to move on to learning how to use Simple Storage Service, or S3, from the Amazon Web Services console. You’ll take a quick dive into the details—moving objects, buckets, working with data, and more. Through a series of hands-on exercises, you’ll move through everything you need to know to host a website in S3, then jump into learning about moving objects into S3.
Introduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS) - EC2 Deployment Fundamentals
Presented by Steve Suehring2 hours 7 minutes
Now you’re ready to see how components of EC2 interact, and learn how to deploy a Linux or Windows instance in EC2. As you progress, you’ll cover monitoring and reporting, security, using Amazon Linux, and creating AMIs. Finally, you will learn how to work with RDS and EC2, as well as create applications on EC2 instances.
Introduction to Architecting Amazon Web Services
Presented by Daniel Hand6 hours 19 minutes
This step of your Learning Path will teach you the strategies and best practices used to efficiently and securely incorporate the AWS cloud into technology platforms. You’ll cover design principles and patterns, integration strategies, cost optimization, performance, scalability and durability, and security. When you’ve completed this step, you’ll be fully capable of incorporating the AWS cloud into your organization’s technology platform.