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AWS Cloud Architecture and Serverless for business

That way we focus on what we need. So as a developer, we can focus on our application and the business problem it's solving, instead of the underlying infrastructure like installing servers and so on, to handle our code updates, code deployments, and whatnot.

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That way we focus on what we need. So as a developer, we can focus on our application and the business problem it's solving, instead of the underlying infrastructure like installing servers and so on, to handle our code updates, code deployments, and whatnot.

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About this course:

Does serverless mean that there are no servers running anywhere? No, what it means is that the underlying server component that supports a solution is hidden from us, the cloud customer. In other words, a managed service.

That way we focus on what we need. So as a developer, we can focus on our application and the business problem it's solving, instead of the underlying infrastructure like installing servers and so on, to handle our code updates, code deployments, and whatnot.

So, the underlying servers are installed and managed by Amazon. That's including things like the installation of the servers.  

In this course we shall discuss the various AWS architectural trade-offs, such as high availability vs. cost, and Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) vs. installing your own database on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), etc.

Course Objective:

  • Discuss the various architectural trade offs, such as high availability vs. cost, and Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) vs. installing your own database on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
  • Discuss the importance of removing single points of failure .
  • List the five pillars of a well architected framework in AWS.
  • List the five pillars of a well architected framework in AWS

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  • There are no prerequisites required for this course

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Adrian des Rotours

Adrian des Rotours is an experienced Project Manager and Agile & DevOps Coach. He has over 25 years of professional experience, in various sectors of the tech and multiple industries including telecommunication. He got the following international credentials: PMP®, ITIL® Expert, DevOps Foundation & Lead (DOF™, DOL™), Scrum Master & Scrum Coach (SMAC™, SCAC™)..

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Brand Amazon Web Services
Subjects Cloud Computing
Lab Access No
Technology AWS
Learning Style Self-Paced Learning
Difficulty Advanced
Course Duration 1 Hour
Language English

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