Build, automate, and manage your AWS-based cloud environments
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). Implementing these services to efficiently administer your cloud environments is a core task.
This video course will help you build and administer your cloud environment with AWS. We’ll begin with the AWS fundamentals, and you’ll build the foundation for the videos you’ll work on throughout the course. Next, you will find out how to manage multiple accounts and set up consolidated billing. You’ll then learn to set up reliable and fast hosting for static websites, share data between running instances and back up your data for compliance.
Moving on, you’ll find out how to use the computer service to enable consistent and fast instance provisioning, and will see how to provision storage volumes and auto-scale an application server. Next, you’ll discover how to effectively use the networking and database service of AWS. You’ll also learn about the different management tools of AWS along with securing your AWS cloud. Finally, you will learn to estimate the costs for your cloud. By the end of the course, you’ll 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.