Course AWS for Developers

In the course AWS for Developers participants learn to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for the development of Cloud Applications and Services. AWS is a widely used Cloud Platform that allows companies and individuals to run applications based on a Pay as You go model in AWS server farms.

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  • Course AWS for Developers : Content

    AWS Intro

    The course AWS for Developers kicks off with an overview of the key services offered by AWS. This includes Compute, Storage and Free Services as well as Virtual Servers. The AWS Architecture, availability zones and the pricing model are also discussed.

    EC2 Instances

    Then it is time for a coverage of the use of EC2 instances. EC2 instances are VPCs that are based on Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) but that can be set up entirely at your own discretion. Making connections, allocating storage and the security of EC2 are treated.

    Elastic Beanstalk

    Next the AWS orchestration service Elastic Beanstalk on which applications can be deployed is discussed. EBS supports various programming languages ​​and offers services such as load balancing, auto scaling and security with a firewall.

    AWS Data Access

    The use of databases in the AWS Cloud is also part of the program of the course. The Relational Database Service is central to this and links to databases such as MySQL and PostgreSQL are covered. Attention is also paid to NoSQL databases and to the creation and management of S3 Storage Buckets.

    AWS Lambda

    AWS also supports serverless computing with AWS Lambda. It is explained that serverless computing does not mean that no servers are used, but that the management of servers is completely taken off your hands by AWS. Next the response to events, automatic scaling and orchestration of functions is treated.

    Virtual Networks

    Finally attention is paid to setting up Virtual Networks in the AWS Cloud. This includes AWS Networking with Elastic IP Addresses, Internet Gateways, Security Groups and Network Address Translation.

  • Course AWS for Developers : Training

    Audience Course AWS for Developers

    The course AWS for Developers is intended for developers who want to use Amazon Web Services to develop and deploy cloud applications.

    Prerequisites Course AWS for Developers

    Experience with a modern programming language such as C#, Java, Python or PHP is required to participate in this course.

    Realization Training AWS for Developers

    The theory is treated on the basis of presentation slides and demos. During the course theory and exercises are interchanged.

    Certification Course AWS for Developers

    After successful completion of the course attendants will receive a certificate of participation in AWS for Developers.

    Course AWS Cloud Development
  • Course AWS for Developers : Modules

    Module 1 : AWS Intro

    Module 2 : EC2 Instances

    Module 3 : Elastic Beanstalk

    Amazon Web Services
    AWS Cloud Computing
    Compute Services
    Virtual Servers
    Storage Services
    AWS CloudFront
    AWS Architecture
    AWS Regions
    Availability Zones
    Developer Tools
    AWS Pricing
    Free Services
    What is AWS EC2?
    EC2 Instance Types
    Amazon Machine Images
    EC2 VPC's
    Selecting Storage
    Elastic Block Storage
    Security Groups
    EC2 Key Pair
    IAM Users
    Instance Creation
    Instance Tagging
    Connect to EC2 Instance
    EC2 Monitoring
    What is Elastic Beanstalk?
    Elastic Beanstalk Architecture
    Beanstalk Environment
    Web Server Environment
    Deploying Applications
    Supported Languages
    Elastic Load Balancer
    Auto Scaling Group
    Host Manager
    Creating Firewall
    Worker Environment
    Communication with Queue
    Deploying on EBS

    Module 4 : Data Access

    Module 5 : AWS Lambda

    Module 6 : Virtual Networks

    Relational Database Service
    DB Instances
    RDS Database Types
    MySQL and PostgreSQL
    Amazon Aurora
    Query API
    Scaling RDS
    NoSQL Database Service
    AWS S3 Storage
    S3 Buckets
    Managing Buckets
    S3 Glacier
    What is AWS Lambda?
    Serverless Computing
    Automating Infrastructure
    Automated Administration
    Reacting to Events
    HTTP Requests
    Supported Languages
    Custom Backends
    Fault Tolerance
    Automatic Scaling
    Running Container Images
    Orchestrating Functions
    Pay per Use
    AWS Networking
    Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
    Elastic IP Addresses
    Private and Public IP
    Route Tables
    Internet Gateway
    Security Group
    Network ACL
    Understanding VPC CIDR
    Network Address Translation
    NAT Gateway
    Private Connectivity Options
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