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The Key 5 Modules must have in AWS introductory course

AWS Indroduction.
AWS Indroduction.
This course is designed to teach you how to:
  • Recognize terminology and concepts as they relate to the AWS platform
  • Navigate the AWS Management Console
  • Understand the security measures AWS provides
  • Differentiate AWS Storage options and create an Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) bucket
  • Recognize AWS Compute and Networking options and use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)
  • Describe Managed Services and Database options
  • Use Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) to launch an application
  • Identify Deployment and Management options
Intended Audience
  • This course is intended for:
  • Individuals responsible for articulating the business benefits of AWS services
  • Any individual who is new to AWS
  • SysOps Administrators and Developers who are interested in using AWS services
This course includes activities that will allow you to test new skills and apply knowledge through hands-on lab activities.

Duration

1 Day
Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction & History to AWS
Navigate the AWS Management Console
Recognize AWS Global Infrastructure
Describe the security measures AWS provides

Module 2: AWS Storage & Content Delivery
Identify key AWS storage options
Describe Amazon EBS
Create an Amazon S3 bucket and manage associated objects

Module 3: Compute Services & Networking
Identify the different AWS compute and networking options
Describe an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
Create an Amazon EC2 instance
Verify how to use Amazon EBS

Module 4: AWS Managed Services & Database
Describe Amazon DynamoDB
Verify key aspects of Amazon RDS
Execute an Amazon RDS drive application

Module 5: Deployment and Management
Identify AWS CloudFormation
Describe Amazon CloudWatch metrics and alarms
Describe Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM)

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