Course NT-AWS-A AWS Administration |

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Course NT-AWS-A AWS Administration

The course is useful for system administrators, DevOps engineers, developers who plan to use Amazon AWS services. It will also be useful to architects planning models for using cloud services and migrating to the cloud.

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • design cloud services architecture.

Audience Profile

Specialists who design the architecture of cloud services.

Before attending this course, students must have:

Students are expected to have experience administering network operating systems. Experience with Linux is highly desirable.

  1. Introduction
    • Overview of AWS Services
    • Planning the use of services in the context of DevOps, SOA and MSA architectural approaches
  2. AWS Account
    • Create an account
    • Console basics
  3. IAM
    • Initial setup. Two-factor authorization
    • Users, groups, roles
    • Access rights to the main AWS objects
    • Assignment of rights and roles
    • Creating and using sign-in URL and alias
    • Accounts for programmatic use
  4. AWS EC2
    • EC2 Console.
    • Creation of EC2 instances, volumes, elastic IPs, load balancing, launch configurations, auto-scaling groups
    • Creating, changing properties and deleting EC2 resources using external DevOps tools using Terraform as an example
    • Introduction to AWS CLI
    • Access scripts for managing Windows and Linux hosts
    • Linux control via ssh, ansible
    • An example of an end-to-end DevOps scenario from an AWS instance to an application: Terraform + AWS + Ansible + Docker / Kubernetes
  5. Network Services
    • VPC: Creation and management of private Internet networks
    • Route tables, gateways, access control
    • ELB service for balancing and scaling
    • CloudFront Service
  6. AWS S3
    • Overview of storage classes and use cases for S3
    • Creating buckets, managing access rules, accessing buckets
    • Backup scenarios with S3
  7. Message, broker and database services
    • AWS Simple Email Service (SES). Examples of using
    • AWS Simple Notification System (SNS). Examples of using
    • AWS Simple Queue Service (SQS). Examples of using
    • Overview of database services
  8. AWS CLI
    • Using the command shell for key tasks and testing
    • An example of using the official docker image aws-cli
  9. AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
    • Options for implementing a kubernetes cluster
    • Benefits of AWS EKS. EKS setup
  10. AWS Lambda
    • Concept/pattern of serverless computing
    • Examples of using Lambda Functions

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