AWS Solutions Architect Associate Level prep course (or 16-SolArch.03, as we affectionately call it) is now up and running on the Cloud Academy site. So there goes your last excuse not to throw yourself into passing this hugely important AWS exam. Our course is part of our Plans and included in all of them.
The hundreds of Cloud Academy members who’ve already worked through the first two AWS Solutions Architect courses know that we covered the basic structural design of AWS resources (EC2, S3, IAM, AMIs, and EBS) in course one, and networking (VPCs, Security Groups, VPNs, ACLs, and Route53), monitoring and content delivery in course two.
Now course three, with more than two and a quarter hours of new video, wraps things up by exploring data management (RDS, DynamoDB, and Glacier):
…application deployment (Elastic Beanstalk, CloudFormation, SQS, SES, and SWF):
…and project architecture (highly available and fault tolerant design).
I should note that, because we had to pick and choose what to include, this series doesn’t deal with some “relatively” minor services that might, nevertheless, make an appearance on the AWS Solutions Architect exam. With that in mind, it might be a good idea to independently familiarize yourself with AWS Storage Gateway, Elasticache, Elastic Map Reduce, Redshift, Direct Connect, Directory Services, Trusted Advisor, OpsWorks, and CloudDeploy.
Amazon Web Services is an IaaS, pay-per-use public cloud platform offering a broad range of services, from databases to DNS, allowing you to host any kind of application in the cloud (you can check out more of Cloud Academy’s resources for EC2, S3, IAM, and VPC).
The AWS “Infrastructure as a Service” platform is a complete solution used by thousands of companies serving countless millions of users to power public cloud deployments. All AWS services can be accessed through the Amazon Management Console, APIs, or via Command Line Interface.
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