Before taking this course if you are already familiar with some Cloud Computing concepts and AWS services, it would be useful
In this course you will be learning about various core services on Amazon Web Services or AWS that can be used for wide range of applications. Some of these services are important in preparations for AWS Certification exams.
Here you will learn about various cloud services on AWS with hands-on practical exercises as listed below-
- Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service)
- AWS EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)
- Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
- AWS VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)
- Amazon DynamoDB
- AWS RDS (Relational Database Service)
What is S3?
Amazon S3 is an object storage service on AWS where data is kept in a logical bucket. You could create multiple buckets on S3 that can store various kinds of files.
What is DynamoDB?
Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL document based Database that is used to store information in JSON based documents. It is highly scalable database type and we can run SQL queries on the dataset kept in DynamoDB.
What is RDS?
Amazon RDS is a Relational Database Service on AWS that can be used to store database in form of Relational tables. You can use various types of Database engines on RDS such as Aurora, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, and PostgreSQL.
What is VPC?
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud or AWS VPC is used to create logically isolated environment on the cloud where you can manage various network components such as subnets, Internet Gateways, routing tables and much more.
What is Elastic Cloud Compute?
EC2 is one of the AWS compute services enable us to create as many virtual machines and eliminate the up-front cost for hardware setup and maintenance.
What is Elastic Beanstalk?
Amazon Elastic Beanstalk is also a compute services to deploy and manage web applications.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is curious to learn various core services on AWS
- Students and IT professionals preparing for any AWS Certification exams
- People interested in learning Amazon EC2, VPC, S3, IAM, DynamoDB and RDS