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Amazon Web Services: Intermediate

This free online course describes the operations of auto-scaling in AWS, as well as various services available in AWS.

Publisher: Workforce Academy Partnership
The free online intermediate-level course on Amazon Web Services teaches you about the features of auto-scaling in AWS. You will also learn about the elastic, classic, and application load balancers. AWS Lambda is a way to perform serverless operations and this course will teach you about its importance. You will also learn about cloud formation in AWS. Start this course today to learn about the Amazon Relational Database Services (Amazon RDS).
Amazon Web Services: Intermediate
  • Duration

    4-5 Hours
  • Students

    298
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Modules

Outcome

Certification

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Description

This Amazon Web Services free online Intermediate level course has been specially designed to introduce you to Amazon’s platform for providing on-demand cloud computing and APIs to individuals, companies, and governments. The course highlights the features and benefits of auto-scaling as a function in AWS. There are various components of auto-scaling which you will need to learn about when working with Amazon Web Services. The elastic load balancer will also be covered when learning about the operations of Amazon Web Services. You will also learn about the concepts and operations of the classic load balancer, as well as the application load balancer. Amazon Web Services Lambda is a very special event that is available on the AWS platform. Completing this course will help you understand the serverless operations of Lambda in AWS. The features and operations of the Elastic BeanStalk will also be covered in this course.

The course will also discuss how the Amazon Relational Database Services (Amazon RDS) runs "in the cloud" to simplify the setup, operation, and scaling of a relational database. An understanding of the working operations of the Amazon RDS will need to be completed if you want to use this service. The EC2 and RDS are services under AWS. However, you will need to learn about the differences in the working operations in order to use these services. Aside from the use of relational databases, nonrelational databases are also available in AWS. An example of a nonrelational database is DynamoDB which you will learn about in this course. Completing this course will also help you learn about the operations of the ElastiCache. You will also be able to identify the two open-source engines supported by ElastiCache. Amazon Redshift is another service under AWS. You will need to learn about the security of Amazon Redshift.

Furthermore, this course will teach you about the concept and functions of cloud formation in Amazon Web Services. You will also need to learn about the functions, as well as the relationship between templates and stacks. CloudWatch is also an important part of Amazon Web Services which you will need to understand. You will also need to learn about the uses of CloudWatch in order to apply it appropriately in any given situation. There are different events and logs that occur in CloudWatch. This course will help you understand the functions and features of the CloudWatch events and CloudWatch logs. CloudTrail can be used to monitor AWS API calls. However, in order to use it efficiently, you will need to learn about the two trail types available. Do you know that it is possible to migrate data from one point to another? Data migration is possible when you understand the operations of the AWS Migration Hub. This course will help you understand how centralized tracking, migration flexibility, and improved visibility can be done on the AWS Migration Hub. When you complete this course, you will be able to identify the functions and features of the Application Discovery Service. You will also learn about the importance of AWS Application Discovery Service. At the end of this course, you will also learn about the Database Migration Service (DMS) and the Server Migration Service (SMS). This course will be of great interest to students, researchers, and anyone with an interest in understanding AWS. So, register for this course and start your next learning journey today.

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