Learn management tools in AWS with networking, security and database services
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a bundled remote computing service that provides cloud computing infrastructure over the Internet with storage, bandwidth, and customized support for application programming interfaces (API).
This video will help you in AWS administration. We’ll begin with the monitoring and alerting which is the critical part of using AWS-based infrastructure. Next, you will see database services provided by AWS cloud. You can stop depending on individual servers for your data with highly available, fault tolerant location to store your application. You will then see networking which is foundational component of using other AWS services such as EC2, RDS, and others. Moving on, you will see security which is one of the most critical areas of using the cloud.Finally, you will learn to estimate the costs for your cloud. By the end of the video, you will be able to easily administer your AWS cloud.
About the Author
Lucas Chan has been working in tech since 1995 in a variety of development, systems admin, and DevOps roles. He is currently a senior consultant and engineer at Versent and technical director at Stax. He’s been running production workloads on AWS for over 10 years. He’s also a member of the APAC AWS Warriors program and holds all five of the available AWS certifications.
Rowan Udell has been working in development and operations for 15 years. He has held a variety of positions, such as SRE, front-end developer, back-end developer, consultant, technical lead, and team leader. His travels have seen him work in start-ups and enterprises in the finance, education, and web industries in Australia and Canada. He currently works as a senior consultant with Versent, an AWS Advanced Partner in Sydney. He specializes in serverless applications and architectures on AWS and contributes actively in the Serverless Framework community.