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Hands-on Labs: Getting Started with AWS - March 2017 AWS Online Tech Talks


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Millions of customers are leveraging AWS for increased flexibility, scalability, and reliability. Attend this hands-on workshop to learn the basics of AWS as you build a simple static website on AWS.  After a brief overview, this session will dive into discussions of core AWS services, such as Amazon S3, Route 53 and Amazon CloudFront and demonstrate how to utilize those services to deploy a static website, associate a domain name for it, and enable it to load quickly.  By the end of the hands-on session, you will have your own website running in your AWS account.
Learning Objectives:
• Learn how to deploy a static website using Amazon S3. Amazon S3 will provide the origin for your website as well as storage for your static content.
• Associate your domain name with your website using Amazon Route 53. Amazon Route 53 will tell the Domain Name System (DNS) where to find your website.
• Enable your website to load quickly using Amazon CloudFront. Amazon CloudFront will create a content delivery network (CDN) that hosts your website content in close proximity to your users.

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Hands-on Labs: Getting Started with AWS - March 2017 AWS Online Tech Talks

  1. 1. 1. Getting Started with AWS Watch a short presentation introducing you to AWS and how to deploy a static website. 15 minutes 2. Watch a demo of the lab Watch as David Potes walks you through a demo of deploying a static website. 25 minutes 3. Do the lab on your own After the demo you will have an opportunity to do the demo on your own and ask questions! 45-60 minutes About Today’s Webinar
  2. 2. © 2016, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved. David Potes, Solutions Architect March 2017 Getting Started with AWS Deploying a static website with AWS
  3. 3. What we’ll cover today  Creating an AWS account  Creating an IAM user and enabling MFA  Creating the Buckets for your Website  Configuring Bucket Permissions  Deploying your Website  Registering a Domain Name  Associating the Domain Name with your Website  Speed up your Website with CloudFront
  4. 4. The AWS Free Tier  Includes most AWS services  Available for all new accounts  Good for one year from the day the account is created  Everything we show today can be done within the free tier  For more details:
  5. 5. Signing up for an AWS account  Sign up through  You will need a credit card  There will be a telephone verification
  6. 6. First Steps: Creating IAM Users  Using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), you can create and manage AWS users and groups.  You can control what resources each user has access to within an AWS account.
  7. 7. First Steps: Enabling MFA  AWS allows you to require multi- factor authentication for your users through physical or software- based single use login tokens. This protects against stolen passwords and key loggers.  Enable this on IAM users and the root account
  8. 8. Introduction: Why choose AWS for storage Compelling Economics Easy to Use Reduce risk Speed, Agility, Scale Pay as you go No upfront investment No commitment No risky capacity planning No need to provision for redundancy or overhead Self service administration SDKs for simple integration Durable and Secure Avoid risks of physical media handling Reduce time to market Focus on your business, not your infrastructure
  9. 9. AWS Storage Features Durable Secure Designed for eleven 9’s durability Redundant storage across multiple facilities and devices Identity and Access Policies Bucket policies Access control lists Query string authentication Encryption Scalable Unlimited capacity when you need it Easily scale up and down
  10. 10. AWS Storage Choices Amazon S3 Durable object storage for all types of data Amazon EBS Block storage for use with Amazon EC2 Amazon Glacier Archival storage for infrequently accessed data
  11. 11. Amazon S3 Highly durable object storage for all types of data Internet-scale storage Grow without limits Benefit from AWS’s massive security investments Built-in redundancy Designed for 99.999999999% durability Low price per GB per month No commitment No up-front cost
  12. 12. Amazon S3 key features Management Console Bucket management Monitoring spend Managing lifecycle Easy Integration AWS SDKs simplify programming REST and SOAPAPIs Data Management Lifecycle management Cost control Data protection Versioning Multi-factor delete Encryption Flexible Access Control Mechanisms Time-limited access to object Audit Logs
  13. 13. Pinterest scales to become one of the most popular social networks globally With over 410 terabytes of data and 8 billion S3 objects, AWS helps us scale quickly and easily. Ryan Park Technical Operations and Infrastructure Lead, Pinterest ” “ Pinterest is a social media site that enables millions of customers to share images of their interests on electronic pin boards The company’s small engineering team needed a solution that would enable them to scale AWS provided Pinterest with rapid, cost-effective scalability that enabled quick growth for the start-up
  14. 14. Amazon Cloudfront What is a CDN and Why Use One? • Content Delivery Network • Large Distribution of Caching Servers • Routes Viewers to the Best Location • Caches Appropriate Content at the Edge • Accelerates Dynamic Content • Provides Scalability and Performance of Applications
  15. 15. The Amazon CloudFront Service Global Content Delivery Network with Massive Capacity and Scale Optimized for Performance and Scale Built in Security Features Self-Service Full Control Configurations Robust Real Time Reporting Amazon CloudFront Static and Dynamic Object and Video Delivery
  16. 16. Ashburn, VA (3) Atlanta, GA (2) Chicago, IL Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (2) Hayward, CA Jacksonville, FL Los Angeles, CA (2) Miami, FL Minneapolis, MN Montreal, QC Newark, NJ New York, NY (3) Palo Alto, CA San Jose, CA Seattle, WA South Bend, IN St. Louis, MO Toronto, ON Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2) São Paulo, Brazil Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2) Berlin, Germany Dublin, Ireland Frankfurt, Germany (5) London, England (4) Madrid, Spain Marseille, France Milan, Italy Munich, Germany Paris, France (2) Stockholm, Sweden Vienna, Austria Warsaw, Poland Chennai, India Hong Kong, China (3) Manila, the Philippines Melbourne, Australia Mumbai, India (2) New Delhi, India Osaka, Japan Seoul, Korea (3) Singapore (2) Sydney, Australia Taipei, Taiwan Tokyo, Japan (3) CloudFront is Globally Distributed 70 CloudFront Edge Locations (PoPs), 45 Cities, 5 Continents As of February 2017
  17. 17. Amazon Trusts CloudFront
  18. 18. Demo Time! Let’s deploy a website!