AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate: 2 Storage Design

AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate: 2 Storage Design
AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate: 2 Storage Design
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 09m | 952 MB

Earning the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate certification validates your ability to architect and deploy applications on AWS technologies—which, in turn, can set you apart from others in your field. In this course, Tom Carpenter goes over the fundamentals of AWS storage design, covering key services that anyone preparing for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate (SAA-C01) exam needs to know about. After providing an overview of the different storage services offered by AWS, he delves into Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)—the primary file or object storage service in AWS—covering basic S3 storage and management concepts. He also discusses additional AWS storage services, including Glacier, Elastic Block Store (EBS), and Elastic File System (EFS).

Table of Contents

1 Storage services
2 S3 storage class
3 S3 terminology
4 S3 advanced features
5 Lab Creating S3 buckets
6 S3 bucket properties
7 Lab Managing S3 objects
8 Amazon Glacier
9 Lab Setting up a Glacier vault
10 Elastic Block Store (EBS)
11 Lab Creating EBS volumes
12 Elastic File System (EFS)
13 Lab Creating an EFS file system
14 Integrating on-premises storage
15 Lab Storage access security
16 Storage performance