AWS Security, Big Data, and Lambda Fundamentals

PT26726
Summary
In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of AWS Security, EMR Big Data and AWS Serverless Framework. You will be introduced to the concept of shared-responsibility model to understand the role of AWS and your role in securing your Serverless applications. You will learn the best practices in designing highly redundant applications across Availability Zones utilizing Elastic Load Balancers and Autoscaling. You will perform hands-on exercises throughout the course to reinforce the lessons being taught
Prerequisites
The audience is any intermediate or advanced developer with a general concept of cloud computing, virtualization, and ideally at least an understanding of what containers are. Knowledge of automated testing, CI/CD, and pipeline instrumentation would be beneficial.
Duration
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
The audience is any intermediate or advanced developer with a general concept of cloud computing, virtualization, and ideally at least an understanding of what containers are.
Topics
  • Introduction to AWS Cloud
  • AWS Services Overview
  • IAM (Identity and Access Management)
  • CloudTrail
  • AWS Security Hub
  • Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and Security
  • AWS Big Data with Elastic MapReduce
  • AWS Lake Formation
  • What is Function-as-a-Service/Serverless?
  • API/Microservices routing and triggering
  • Example Application 1 Overview: Static Blog with Hugo and Lambda
  • Adding a comments section to our static site
  • Architectural Review
  • Gotchas and limitations of FaaS
  • Serverless Frameworks
  • Debugging and tracing in Lambda
  • Testing lambda functions
  • Canary Deployments
  • Deploying an application with an automated canary
  • Architectural Review

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