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☑ Learn about various cloud services provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS)
☑ Learn how to create and configure AWS services
☑ Learn how to integrate various AWS services together to present a holistic cloud solution
☑ Learn the use cases of the AWS services, Do's and Dont's while using those services and best practices
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AWS is a public cloud and a pioneer in the cloud computing domain. Aws provides every kind of service model like IAAS, PAAS, and SAAS. In this course, I will discuss various cloud services provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Here we will elaborate on the features of AWS services, their use cases, how to create those services, how to configure them, and how to integrate various services together to present a holistic cloud solution.
This series is useful for anyone starting their cloud journey as well as cloud practitioners. However, it is especially useful for learners who are preparing for various AWS certifications such as AWS Solutions Architect, AWS SysOps Associate, and AWS Developer Associates. We discuss use cases of the services, Do's and Dont's while using those services and best practices.
Who's teaching you in this course?
I have been working with zekeLabs as a corporate trainer for AWS, Azure, DevOps, Git, Chef, Docker. I had extensive experience in the software industry where I have worked as a senior developer and cloud and DevOps Consultant. As a developer, I worked with Cadence, Aricent Technology in the Telecom domain, and Guavus in the Big Data domain. I was in 2007 batch Computer Science Graduate from NIT Allahabad. I am passionate about technology and education. I have shared my knowledge that gonna guide you to understand the core of Aws.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) began offering IT infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services -- now commonly known as cloud computing. One of the key benefits of cloud computing is the opportunity to replace up-front capital infrastructure expenses with low variable costs that scale with your business they can instantly spin up hundreds or thousands of servers in minutes and deliver results faster. Today, Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world. With data center locations in the U.S., Europe, Brazil, Singapore, Japan, and Australia, customers across all industries are taking advantage of the following benefits:
Low Cost: AWS offers low, pay-as-you-go pricing with no up-front expenses or long-term commitments. A global infrastructure at scale, and pass the cost-saving benefits onto you in the form of lower prices.
Agility and Instant Elasticity: AWS provides a massive global cloud infrastructure that allows you to quickly innovate, experiment, and iterate. whether you need them for a few hours or 24/7, you still only pay for what you use.
Open and Flexible: AWS is a language and operating system agnostic platform. You choose the development platform or programming model that makes the most sense for your business.
Secure: AWS is secure, services and data centers have multiple layers of operational and physical security to ensure the integrity and safety of your data. Visit the Security Center to learn more.
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About this series
What is Cloud Computing?
Introduction to AWS
Create an AWS Account
AWS Global Infrastructure
AWS Simple Storage (S3)
AWS S3 - Introduction and Features
AWS S3 - Create Bucket and Upload Files
AWS S3 - Storage classes
AWS S3 - Versioning
AWS S3 - Logging
AWS S3 - Security Measures
AWS S3 - Static Website Hosting
AWS S3 - Management
AWS S3 - Miscellaneous Properties
AWS Compute Services (EC2)
AWS EC2 - An Introduction
AWS EC2 - Instance Types
AWS EC2 - Payment options
Course explains EC2, S3, VPC very well, but at the same time, other services are just explained theoretically.
Great course and I am absolutely recommending this to my friends, learned a lot during this course. The concepts were very well explained with clear examples. The instructor also replied in a fast and clear way. Terrific course
Good session. It would have been great if the examples in the session very real and industrial and not theoretical
Should have explained with examples about SAAS, PAAS, IAAS to differentiate on what a customer has control over and what AWS controls
For a free course, this is definitely above my expectations. The course misses to cover a few services in detail that are required for the Certification, but no complaints as it is a very good starting point. Keep up the good work!
Excellent and wonderful demos, best way to learn and apply for any project, thus Thank you a lot Sir :).
Getting enough knowledge. Too good. Everything delivered by Ashish is can understandable in single attempt. means in very deep and easy way. No need to revise videos twice or thrice. This course is really recommendable for beginners as well as associate level engineers. Thanks Ashish.
course was well designed . Practical example and demo on EC2, VPC are very useful and easier to understand
Very good material, there were some occasions where the video though was out of focus or just went to fast to be able to replicate what was being done. Overall though a very good course.
The course covers all the different tools used in AWS and the definition to it. Also the Lab related to all important tools. It would really help when you include real life scenarios and examples and show how to use these tools in those scenarios.
Straight to the point and very clear and concise videos. Perhaps you could've gone more in-depth for some of the topics.
The instructor is too loquacious. I don't need a use case for every little part of the item being discussed. I expect concise facts only.
Need spell few things properly eg: Versioning, he is spelling as virgining. some mistakes like this
This course can be more explainable and understanding. It is very hard for a biggener to understand the instances and other things.