6 Hours of Video Instruction on Amazon Web Services (AWS): AWS Fundamentals LiveLessons
Six hours of video instruction on Amazon Web Services with coverage on cloud computing and available AWS services, as well as a guided hands-on look at using services such as EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud), S3 (Simple Storage Service), and more.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) LiveLessons is a unique video product designed to provide a solid foundational understanding of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure-as-a-service products. The course covers concepts necessary to understand cloud computing platforms, working with virtual machines, storage in the cloud, security, high availability, and more. You can also use this video as a secondary resource to help you study for the AWS Solutions Architect Exam exam.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) LiveLessons contains 11 independent video lessons totaling 6 hours of instruction. The videos contain in-depth instruction using live demos, slide instruction, and video captures. Demonstrations of Amazon Web Services and third-party cloud solutions are included to provide necessary context and experience for further study and use of AWS.
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What You Will Learn
Lesson 1: AWS Overview
Lesson 2: Security in AWS
Lesson 3: Networking in AWS
Lesson 4: Computing in AWS
Lesson 5: Storage in AWS
Lesson 6: Databases in AWS
Lesson 7: Analytics in AWS
Lesson 8: Developer and Management Tools
Lesson 9: Mobile and Application Services
Lesson 10: High Availability & Fault Tolerance
Lesson 11: Course Wrap Up
Who Should Take This Course
Working software developers, system administrators, or solution architects who want to migrate applications to or build applications natively in the cloud, and those pursuing AWS certification.
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Praise For Amazon Web Services (AWS) LiveLessons
4.5 Stars, "Well presented, and filled in a number of gaps in my knowledge."
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5 Stars, "Perfect course work to understand AWS services."
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5 Stars , "I have almost finished the course and I really like it, very clear, easy to grasp concepts and very easy to follow for a non native English speaker."
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5 Stars, "Indeed a great video course to get introduction to AWS and its core services."
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5 Stars, "With this course, I was finally able to understand AWS networking and VPCs. The rest of the material is also very good."
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5 Stars, "This is an amazing Lesson. I learnt a lot from the instructor. I hope I get to see more of his videos. Very clear. Very easy to follow."
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5 Stars, "A great resource, taught well, clear and concise."
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"It is a great AWS course taught by a great instructor."
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Richard A. Jones is a certified AWS Solution Architect having taught the IT teams of numerous Fortune 500s, and postgraduate students at the University of Colorado.
Programming since age 10, Richard has spent more than 25 years furthering his knowledge and skills of information technologies. He studied network switching systems in the U.S. Army, attained a degree in Digital Media, and has a long history of web and mobile application development. Beginning with a funded startup in 2009, Richard has dedicated more than six years to building robust, highly-available, fault-tolerant systems in Amazon Web Services, and has taught hundreds of IT professionals how to do the same.
Richard holds the AWS Solution Architect Professional level, AWS Developer and SysOps Administrator associate-level certifications.
PreviewLearning objectives (0:32)
Preview1.1 What is "Cloud Computing?" (2:58)
Start1.2 Global Infrastructure - Part 1: Regions (2:56)
Start1.3 Global Infrastructure - Part 2: Availability Zones (2:28)
Start1.4 Global Infrastructure - Part 3: Edge Locations (2:55)
Start1.5 Scope of Services (2:44)
Start1.6 Service Overview (2:48)
StartLearning objective (0:26)
Start2.1 Introduction to AWS Identity and Access Management (3:20)
Start2.2 Demo: Creating a User and Group (4:10)
Start2.3 Demo: Creating Access Keys (2:38)
Start2.4 Permissions and Policies (12:17)
Start2.5 Demo: Creating and Attaching Policies (5:10)
Start2.6 Understanding Roles (4:58)
Start2.7 Demo: Creating Roles (3:44)
Start2.8 Federated Users (4:43)
Start2.9 Demo: Managing an MFA Device (4:47)
Start2.10 Resource Policies (1:55)
Start2.11 Demo: Applying Resource Policy (4:15)
Start2.12 Use Case: Using Roles for Cross Account Access (6:30)
Start2.13 Best Practices (3:51)
StartLearning objectives (0:40)
Start3.1 Introduction to Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) (4:09)
Start3.2 Demo: Creating a VPC (4:07)
Start3.3 Demo: Adding Subnets (4:02)
Start3.4 Routing (3:53)
Start3.5 Demo: Routing to the Internet (5:57)
Start3.6 Public, Private, and Hybrid Subnets (4:00)
Start3.7 Network Access Control Lists (NACL) (5:30)
Start3.8 Security Groups (6:00)
Start3.9 Demo: Creating and Applying an NACL (5:41)
Start3.10 Demo: Creating a Security Group (4:20)
Start3.11 VPC Peering (4:34)
Start3.12 VPC Peering Scenarios (2:35)
Start3.13 Demo: Peering Two VPCs (5:45)
Start3.14 VPN Access (4:03)
Start3.15 AWS Direct Connect (2:27)