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Amazon AWS Quick start course
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Amazon AWS Quick start course
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Amazon AWS Quick start course
Amazon AWS Quick start course
Amazon AWS Quick start course
Amazon AWS Quick start course
Amazon AWS Quick start course
Amazon AWS Quick start course
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Amazon AWS Quick start course

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Morgan Hill offers comprehensive training for the corporate, enterprise architect on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. This AWS training is delivered by experienced architects used to operating …

Morgan Hill offers comprehensive training for the corporate, enterprise architect on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. This AWS training is delivered by experienced architects used to operating in a corporate infrastructure environment.

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  • 1. Amazon AWS Quick Start Course<br />Quick Start for Enterprise Architects – Sample Content<br />1<br />
  • 2. Sample Content<br />Introduction to Cloud Concepts<br />Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS)<br /><ul><li> How it is built
  • 3. How it Scales
  • 4. How it differs from the traditional datacentre</li></ul>Amazon Web Services (AWS) Main Components<br />A detailed look at Elastic Compute (EC2) AMIs , Elastic Block Storage (EBS), Auto Scaling CloudWatch Elastic Load Balancers, Simple Storage (S3), Simple Queue Service (SQS), Simple Notification Service (SNS), Databases, Relational Database Service (RDS), SimpleDB, Virtual Private Network.<br />Main use cases <br />2<br />
  • 5. Sample Content<br />Getting Hands on with AWS<br />Account Basics<br />Machine Images , Security Groups, Key Pairs<br />Management Console, Query API, Command Line tools & Plugins<br />Practical Exercise 1 <br />Building a gold machine images & deploying to EC2<br />Practical Exercise 2 <br />Deploying a sample application and with monitoring and auto scaling<br />3<br />
  • 6. Sample Content<br />Architecting for the Cloud – Best Practices<br />Horizontal vs Vertical Scaling<br />Loose coupling<br />Build for Elasticity<br />Design for Failure<br />Security not just at the edge<br />Session strategies and Failover<br />Security Best Practices<br />The AWS shared responsibility model<br />Data security and encryption<br />Access & Network Security<br />4<br />
  • 7. Sample Content<br />Virtual Private Network (VPN)<br />A tour of the new VPN features<br />Hybrid Cloud Strategies<br />Deployment Strategies<br />Cloud Formation & Configuration Automation<br /> Summary and Discussions<br />5<br />
  • 8. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />Cloud building block consist of units called variously application containers , workloads or resource pools with an amount of resources <br />These include<br />CPU & RAM<br />Data ( disk latency & throughput)<br />Network (latency & throughput ) <br />6<br />
  • 9. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />7<br />
  • 10. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />Delivered through a variety of physical and virtual services<br />Workload most often delivered by virtual servers but not always<br />Virtualisation based mainly on Xen Hypervisor and VMWare Hypervisor<br />AWS mainly is based on XEN with support for other VM<br />Terremark Based on VMWare<br />8<br />
  • 11. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />Workloads are designed to meet different server workload types such as<br />Web servers <br />Application servers<br />Transactional Databases<br />Databases may be IO bound<br />Application servers may be CPU bound<br />9<br />
  • 12. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />Many different ways to architect an IAAS Cloud but fall into two main categories:<br />Cloud Centers<br />Service Infrastructures<br />10<br />
  • 13. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />Cloud Centersare data centersin the cloud<br />Based on industry standard approach familiar to existing infrastructure people<br />Included idioms such as<br />VLANs<br />Network blocks<br />Hardware load balancers and firewalls <br />File storage ( SAN & NAS ) <br />11<br />
  • 14. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />AWS is a Service Infrastructure<br />A set of non standard web services such as S3 network storage uses S3 protocol and storage mechanisms<br />Many other non standard services built for massive scaling for example<br />SQS<br />Simple DB<br />Software Firewall and Load Balancing<br />Services can be used individually or together to create applications<br />12<br />
  • 15. Infrastructure as a Service Architecture (extract)<br />AWS does not provide one network per customer<br />Each server on its own small network<br />Traffic between servers is routed<br />This means it is highly scalable<br />Restriction on layer 2 network ( broadcasts, multi-cast )<br />13<br />
  • 16. Main AWS Components (extract)<br />Messaging - Simple Queue Service (SQS)<br />Amazon Web scale messaging service<br />Any computer on the internet can add or read messages ( by permission)<br />5 Simple Basic API calls<br />CreateQueue<br />SendMessage<br />ReceiveMessage<br />ChangeMessageVisibility<br />DeleteMessage<br />14<br />
  • 17. Hands on with Elastic Cloud Compute (extract)<br />Manual Auto scaling <br />Launch resources into group<br />Scale by schedule <br />Scale by time and date around a predictable schedule<br />For example: daytime, rush hour, night time<br />Scale by Policy<br />For example: Add server to the group if average CPU goes above 90% for more than 20 minutes<br />Or remove a server from the group if it drops below 40% <br />Metric based on alarms such as network, CPU and disk usage<br />15<br />
  • 18. Contact us<br />If you would like to know more about this course or you have specific requirements you would like to cover please contact us at:<br />12 Melcombe Place<br />London NW1 6JJ<br />United Kingdom<br />www.morganhill.co.uk<br />+44 (0) 203 356 4963<br />enquiries@morganhill.co.uk<br />Our training courses can be delivered in any of the following ways:<br /><ul><li>On site at your premises
  • 19. At our offices
  • 20. At a specific venue
  • 21. Via Webex</li></ul>16<br />

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