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This course is for the absolute beginner. Have you ever wanted to know, in very simple terms, the answer to the following questions?: What is the cloud? What is AWS? What are AWS's core services? Why do we use AWS? If you answered yes to any of these, then this course is for you. Our goal with this course is to provide a simple, conceptual introduction to the concepts of Cloud Computing, Amazon Web Services, and it's core services. There are no technical explanations or definitions to memorize — this course is visual, and strictly conceptual. When you are done with this course, you will have the conceptual foundation to move forward onto more advanced AWS courses. By having the frame-of-reference understanding from this course, you will be more prepared to tackle the more complex technical concepts and terminology.
This course is for those who are completely new to AWS. No prior AWS experience is required. We will introduce you to AWS, walk you through the process of setting up your own AWS account, and teach you the essentials to get you using AWS's core services.
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This course covers all of the objectives to study and pass CompTIA's Cloud Essentials certification. The CompTIA Cloud Essentials certification focuses on the real-world issues and practical solutions of cloud computing in business and IT. It’s the preferred cloud certification for business professionals and non-IT staff. While it isn’t a technical-heavy certification, its coverage of cloud computing principles is anything but superficial.
Serverless Concepts will teach you the basics of this hot new technology. You'll learn about what constitutes a serverless application. You'll watch how-to videos that show off services like AWS Lambda, Google Firebase, and more. You'll be able to review note cards to remember key elements from the sessions. Finally, connect with us in the community and share how you're adopting this technology and your experiences.
This course looks at various backup options and strategies on the AWS platform, with a focus on Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier. Understanding pricing models, security features and concepts, transfer speeds, and everything else involved in backup strategies is very important for both large and small businesses. We walk through some of the differences between traditional backups, and then we contrast that with cloud backups. At the end of this course, you will have a better understanding of how to create and implement backup strategies with Amazon Web Services.
This is the Introduction to Amazon Machine Learning course.We will cover some basic Machine Learning (ML) concepts to start off and then dive into Amazon ML specifics. We will learn about the different types of modelling available and how to get the predictions
Welcome to the Google Cloud Platform for the AWS User course. This course focuses on introducing an experienced AWS user to Google Cloud Platform, primarily through comparing AWS services to their Google Cloud Platform counterparts.
If you have questions like, "I use EC2 all the time, what is the comparable compute service in GCP and what are it's main features" then this is the course for you.
This course does have a short hands-on section to help you create a GCP account and understand how to navigate the console to find and access various services. After which, this course takes a conceptual approach, comparing AWS and GCP services from a feature, pricing, and best use case standpoint.
Welcome to Linux Academy's AWS Certified Solutions Architect (associate level) course. This course has been developed to provide you with the requisite knowledge to not only pass the AWS CSA certification exam but also gain the hands-on experience required become a qualified AWS Solutions architect working in a real-world environment.
As part of this course, we are happy to introduce "The Orion Papers", which is an innovative new teaching tool that we have created specifically for this course. The Orion Papers is a visual, interactive guide filled with live diagrams and AWS knowledge that you can use as your own personal study resource.
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This course is carefully crafted to teach you the skills of a Solutions Architect. Starting with core AWS concepts and evolving into understanding the ins-and-outs of AWS services, this AWS CSA Associate level course will teach you how to architect systems for scalability, high availability, and fault tolerance. You will have the ability to make decisions based on real-world requirements including cost, availability, and security requirements. You will also be well-versed in many of the most common AWS services. If you're ready to take your AWS skills to the next level, enroll in this self-paced course with 40+ hours of lessons, hands-on labs based on real scenarios, quizzes, notecards, and downloadable guides.
Amazon Web Services Certification training by the Linux Academy includes in-depth step-by-step lessons, videos, hands-on labs, notes, and quizzes to help you prepare for the exam. This AWS Certified Developer training course will contain everything you need to prepare and pass the AWS Certified Developer - Associate Level exam. The course starts with the core concepts and takes you through everything you need to know to be an AWS Certified Developer.
The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate Level certification is geared towards system administrators who are tasked with managing or building applications on the cloud. After taking this course, you will gain experience in provisioning and building full scale production environments. The focus will be on technical details associated with environments such as backup strategies and best practices, EBS performance and best practices, and more. Not only does this course teach you the concepts needed for the certification, but it also prepares you for real-world scenarios on topics like scalability and high availability, cost optimization, performance optimization, failover strategies and implementations, as well as migrating or extending your on-premises data center to the AWS cloud in a secure, scalable, and fault-tolerant way. We do this through video lessons, hands-on labs, quizzes, and more. Even if you are not looking to get certified but are looking to learn how to run and monitor infrastructure on AWS, this course is perfect for you.
Learn how to deploy a multi-tier WordPress application on AWS using both Terraform and Ansible. This course begins by explaining the environment we're going to end up with, and then breaking it down step-by-step. Terraform is a powerful tool used to deploy infrastructure, which this course demonstrates by launching resources like an Amazon VPC, EC2 instances inside of an Auto Scaling group and behind an Elastic Load Balancer, and other types of resources. Then, Ansible is used in order to configure the instances to run our WordPress application. At the end of the course, you will have a functional WordPress deployment.
This course focuses on all Things Active Directory within AWS. If you are new to Active Directory we first learn what Active Directory is and why we need it in the enterprise. Then we learn about the AWS AD managed services that AWS offers. We learn to setup and manage these services as well as how to create hybrid Active Directory environments between your on premise data centers and to AWS. We will also talk about site-to-site VPN tunnels and what is needed to tie AD environments together.
Throughout this course, we will learn how to use the power of Ansible to automate application deployments in Amazon Web Services. The capabilities that AWS offers can enable us to dynamically provision workloads in the cloud. We will learn how to use Ansible to help us control cloud deployments, create DevOps workloads and secure them in AWS. Ansible enables full orchestration within AWS for a complete DevOps workflow solution.
Delve into the world of serverless architecture and focus on code instead of infrastructure. The Amazon Web Services Lambda Deep Dive course is designed to teach core concepts so you can leverage what Lambda has to offer. Follow conceptual and hands-on lessons with real-world examples that you could implement directly in your applications.
Description: With the widespread adoption of Docker, Linux Containers have become an important part of every DevOps environment. With the AWS EC2 Container Service, we will learn how to deploy scalable container management services. Using the ECS console, this course will show you how to deploy, launch, stop and query your clusters while placing container resources based on your load, performance and availability requirements.
Although AWS Elastic Beanstalk allows you to deploy and scale web services and applications using a variety of languages, it really shines when paired with the Docker container services. Using EB, we will walk through how to use Docker for deployment while taking advantage of AWS load balancing, capacity provisioning, monitoring and auto-scaling.
Designing an application, writing code, solving complex algorithms - that is the easy part. We all know that the true hero is the person who can manage and deploy the code once it has been created. This is where AWS Developer Tools step in and allows you to become the hero every organization needs. AWS CodeCommit, CodeDeploy, and CodePipeline provides all the tools needed to successfully store, manage, and deploy your code to a fleet of servers (or just one) - in either the cloud, on-premise, or both. These services include: CodeCommit: A Git based version control system CodeDeploy: Automate deployments to test, developer & production environments CodePipeline: Create deployment models, and visual deployment workflow So what are you waiting for? Linux Academy will be with you each step-of-the-way, providing the best instructional videos so you can learn and, most importantly, implement what you have learned into real life scenarios.
In this course you will learn the essentials of securely tying your data centers and remote offices in to an Amazon VPC. Learn the basics of federating your on premises Active directory in to IAM so you can use SSO for your AWS technologies. We will also learn how the new AWS Management portal for vCenter can help you start using virtual machines that run on your on-prem networks and migrate them in to Amazon EC2. Finally we will learn about how AWS Workspaces can help your startup companies quickly and efficiently deploy VDI desktops from Amazon virtually anywhere in the world.
Get trained by a DevOps Professional certified engineer and senior instructor at Linux Academy. You will learn everything you need to know to not only pass the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional level certification, but also to be qualified to troubleshoot and run complex types of environments in production. Because going from local development to large scale production environments is not an easy task, we look at what AWS has to offer in order to help with this process. From performing rolling deployments in order to avoid downtime, to provisioning infrastructure and solving issues, we deep dive into core DevOps practices. This course continues on with the Linux Academy tradition of training engineers with in-depth quality training. Through videos, note cards, practice exams, and self-paced labs all included within the course, you'll be prepared and ready to take the certification exam and tackle DevOps deployments on AWS in production level environments.
In this course we are going to be taking a hands-on approach to deploy MariaDB or MySQL database servers on EC2. Often it is a requirement to utilize EC2 instead of RDS for database servers. It's important to understand how to apply backups, disaster recovery, high availability and fault tolerance to these servers when they are running on EC2. This course will cover all of those requirements and build out the architecture starting from the VPC all from scratch.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most exciting and in-demand certifications in the current cloud computing market. Being qualified to take the AWS CSA Pro exam requires much more than exam dumps and a few how-to tutorials, it takes training, time and dedication. This in-depth course will provide you with all the required knowledge needed in order to be prepared to take the AWS CSA Pro course. Join thousands of others at the Linux Academy as they prepare to take the AWS CSA Pro exam!
Big Data is one of the most exciting and in-demand skills powering companies as big as Google and Facebook. It is no wonder Amazon Web Services (AWS) has realeased a Big Data Certification to catalyze the move to AWS Big Data solutions.
This in-depth course will provide you with the required knowledge needed to be prepared to take the AWS Big Data Specialty Certification. We will be cover the various Big Data products available and build highly scalable and secure Big Data applications
This course has been developed to include everything you will need to pass the AWS Networking Specialty Exam. You are, however, expected to have an AWS associate-level certification and a background in networking will prove to be very useful, but not neccesarily required. In this course, you will build from fundamental networking concepts to deploying your own infrastructure with a heavy focus on networking best practices. You will learn advanced security concepts as well as how to design highly-available fault-tolerant hybrid infrastructures that allow secure and reliable communication between AWS and your on-premises infrastructure. This course includes lessons, hands-on labs, walkthroughs, quizzes, notecards, guides and also interactive quizzes.