AWS Infrastructure Services

Personnel at all levels of an enterprise who perform a developer role


Expected Duration
114 minutes

Amazon Web Services consists of a number of services designed to ensure your customers are always able to access your services. Preventing downtime and ensuring enough servers are available during times of peak load are situations that are handled through the AWS infrastructure. In this course you will learn about AWS security and elastic services designed to host your application and guarantee high availability.


Amazon Route 53

  • start the course
  • set up a domain in Route 53
  • ensure your customers know you’re working to recover in the event of a major problem
  • route traffic to your application in an optimized way
  • route traffic to your application based on predefined weights
  • configure Amazon WorkMail with route53
  • Amazon IoT

  • describe features of Amazon IoT Device Registry
  • define Things in Amazon IoT and attach certificates
  • configure Amazon IoT policies and permissions
  • describe Amazon IoT topics
  • configure rules in the Amazon IoT service
  • Amazon Messaging Services

  • use Amazon SNS in your project
  • use Amazon SQS with your project
  • use Amazon SWF in your project
  • Deployment on Amazon

  • describe the features of Docker containers
  • install and configure Docker on your local workstation
  • perform common Docker commands
  • create a CloudFormation stack
  • perform the steps to run a stack
  • work with the CloudFormation stack details page
  • describe the CloudFormation template structure
  • deploy an application on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
  • describe the features of the Amazon shared responsibility model
  • Practice: Deploy Applications

  • deploy a sample application on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk




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