AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate: 4 Compute Services

AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate: 4 Compute Services
AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate: 4 Compute Services
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Take a deep dive into the compute services in Amazon Web Services (AWS). This course is the fourth of a nine-part series designed to help prepare you to pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate (SAA-C01) exam. With a heavy focus on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2), it explores compute services design, implementation, and management. Learn how to configure and launch EC2 instances, set up security and access control, and automate management with Elastic Beanstalk. Instructor Tom Carpenter provides foundational instruction for anyone beginning the journey to becoming an AWS architect, as well as those prepping for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam.

Topics include:

  • EC2 instance types
  • EC2 pricing
  • Configuring an EC2 instance on Linux and Windows
  • Dedicated EC2 hosts
  • AMI virtualization
  • Managing EC2 instances
  • Using security groups to control EC2 access
  • Managing EC2 with Elastic Beanstalk
Table of Contents

Compute Services Design
1 Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) overview
2 EC2 instance types
3 EC2 pricing
4 Elastic Block Store (EBS) and EC2

Compute Services Implementation
5 Lab Launching an EC2 Linux instance
6 Lab Configuring an EC2 Linux instance
7 Lab Setting up an EC2 Windows instance
8 Shared tenancy
9 Dedicated hosts
10 Dedicated instances
11 AMI virtualization

Compute Services Management
12 Instance management
13 Lab Connecting to instances
14 Working with security groups
15 Lab Working with security groups
16 Elastic Container Service (ECS)
17 Elastic Beanstalk environment