AWS Hands-on: Working with S3, EC2 and VPC

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Last updated on March 3, 2024 6:18 pm

This free Amazon Web Services course comes with optional certification and shows you how to create virtual private clouds, and public or private subnets.

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Discover how Amazon Web Services (AWS) enables you to store and access resources by developing a virtual private cloud (VPC). Instead of using the AWS console, this course looks at a graphical interface that uses Python to accomplish this goal via point-and-click. You will learn software development fundamentals by using Boto3, a Python library. Start your journey by enrolling for free and earning optional AWS certification.

What You Will Learn In This Free Course

  • Prepare your development environment…
  • Explain what S3 is, what it stands f…
  • Define bucket and object…
  • Describe the purpose of versioning…
  • Prepare your development environment based on your operating system
  • Explain what S3 is, what it stands for, and its various use cases
  • Define bucket and object
  • Describe the purpose of versioning
  • Outline the various aspects that you can configure when hosting a website in an S3 bucket
  • Recall what a virtual private cloud is and what it enables one to do
  • List the various concepts related to VPCs
  • Distinguish the purpose between public and private subnets
  • Indicate how various instance types may differ
  • Discuss how you would go about associating a public subnet with a public route table
  • Prep and Simple Storage Service (S3)

    This module will help you get everything set up so you can follow along with the course before illustrating the Simple Storage Service (S3), covering bucket operations, object operations, and website hosting.

    Virtual Private Cloud and Elastic Compute Cloud

    This module will advance in-depth knowledge about the virtual private cloud (VPC), and the elastic compute cloud (EC2). You will go from checking the Boto3 documentation and installing PyCharm to creating and manipulating an EC2 instance.

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