Architecting on Amazon Web Services: IAM and Object Storage
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
Amazon Web Services was one of the first complete solution providers in the cloud computing space and continues to be the market leader. One of the main offerings is the object storage service Simple Storage Service, or S3. Another key component is the integrated Identity and Access Management, or IAM, which touches upon most other parts of the AWS cloud. This course gives you an overview of AWS including a potted history and a rundown of the services. It goes on to cover IAM and how it integrates with AWS components. It rounds out the discussion by diving into S3 and object storage, and how it can be used as the basis for content delivery networks. This course is one of a series that covers the objectives for Amazon certification exam AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate.
Individuals who perform a Solutions Architect role using the Amazon AWS cloud.
The History of Amazon Web Services
Application Services Components
Deployment and Management Components
AWS Accounts and Login
IAM Best Practice
Configuring Active Directory Integration
Using the IAM Console
Configuring IAM for an Account
Managing IAM Users
Configuring Two-Factor Authentication
Object Storage Overview
Creating an S3 Bucket
Uploading Files to S3
Implementing Policies on Glacier
Creating a CDN with CloudFront
Exercise: Distributing Content with CloudFront