- AWS Components
- AWS Global Infrastructure
- Compute (Virtualization, AZs, EC2 Instance Capacity Types, Elastic Load Balancing)
- Storage (Ephemeral, EBS, S3, Glacier)
- Network (RDS, Elasticache)
- Hands-on Labs: Run Instances, VPC
- Static web content hosting (S3, CloudFront)
- Log Delivery
- Monitoring ( SNS, SES, CloudWatch)
- Cloudwatch Console/CLI
- Custom Metrics
- Auto Scaling
- Elastic Beanstalk
- Hands-On Labs: S3 and CloudFront, CloudFormation PHP w/Elastic Beanstalk, Alarm in CloudWatch
- API Pages and Operations
- AWS Access Control: IAM
- Management (OpsWorks, CloudFormation)
- Backup (AWS and On Premises, S3/Glacier)
- Logging and Billing
- Hands-On Labs: Log Pushing to S3, IAM, Backup/Restore using CloudFormation
Who should attend
System administrators and others responsible for managing operations on the AWS platform.
We recommend that attendees of this course have the following prerequisites:
- Successfully completed AWS Technical Essentials (AWSE) course
- Background in either software development or systems administration
- Proficiency in maintaining operating systems at the command line, such as shell scripting in Linux environments or cmd/PowerShell in Windows
- Basic knowledge of networking protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP)
Systems Operations on AWS is designed to help new and existing AWS customers build and operate highly available, scalable, and reliable applications using the AWS Cloud. This course will teach you how to build processes by understanding key elements of application deployment, performance, and operations of AWS cloud resources. By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Run, stop, and terminate instances .
- Determine and deploy appropriate Storage services.
- Create EC2 -VPC subnets.
- Monitor and inspect CloudWatch metrics related to your AWS resources.
- Use AWS CloudFormation to automate builds and deployment.
- Configure network Access Control Lists and network Security Groups.
- Use tagging to group costs
- Set up web delivery logging for analysis