INTRODUCTION TO CLOUD COMPUTING & AWS        

  • Introduction to Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing models
  • AWS offerings Listing (EC2, VPC, AMI, EBS, ELB, Backup)
  • Familiarizing with the AWS Architecture and AWS Management Console.

 

  • Overview of EC2
  • Elastic IP vs Public IP
  • Launching of AWS EC2 instance demo
  • Amazon Machine Images (AMI)
  • Auto Scaling, Cost of EC2
  • Best Practices of EC2
  • Amazon backup services and various concepts
  • EC2 Demo

 

  • Simple Storage Service (S3)
  • Elastic Block Storage (EBS) and Persistent Storage
  • Amazon Glacier Storage
  • Amazon Storage Gateway
  • Amazon Snowball (Data Import/Export)
  • AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • Billing with Amazon CloudWatch

 

  • Elastic Block Storage (EBS) and Persistent Storage
  • AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)

 

  • Simple Storage Service (S3)
        

 

  • Amazon Glacier Storage
  • Amazon Storage Gateway 
  • Amazon Snowball (Data Import/Export)
  • Billing with Amazon CloudWatch

 

  • Relation Database: Amazon RDS
  • Amazon Aurora
  • NoSQL Database: Amazon DynamoDB
        

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  • Data Warehouse: Amazon Redshift
  • In-memory Cache: Amazon ElastiCache
  • Database Migration: AWS Database Migration Service
        
  • Authentication (Who can use) and Authorization (Level of access)
  • IAM Policies – JSON structure
  • Users
  • Groups and Their Roles
  • IAM HTTPS API
  • Logging IAM Events with AWS CloudTrail

 

  • What is a Fault Tolerant System
  • Features of Elastic Load Balancing
  • Two Types of Load Balancer: Classic and Application
  • How Auto Scaling works in AWS
  • Accessing Elastic Load Balancing: AWS Management Console
  • AWS CLI
  • AWS SDKs
  • HTTPS Query API

 

  • What Is Amazon Route 53
  • Domain Name Registration
  • Routing Internet Traffic to Resources
  • An automated check of the health of Resources

 

  • Elastic Beanstalk
  • Simple Email Services (SES)
  • Simple Notification Service (SNS)
  • AWS Lambda
  • Elastic OpsWorks
 
 

 

1. EXPLAIN WHAT IS AWS?

ANS: AWS stands for Amazon Web Service. It is a collection of remote computing services which is also known as cloud computing platform.  This new realm of cloud computing is also known as IaaS or Infrastructure as a Service.


2. MENTION WHAT ARE THE KEY COMPONENTS OF AWS?

Ans: The key components of AWS are

  1. Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2): It provides on-demand computing resources for hosting applications. It is very useful in case of unpredictable workloads
  2. Identity and Access Management: It provides enhanced security and identity management for your AWS account
  3. Simple E-mail Service: It allows sending e-mail using RESTFUL API call or via regular SMTP
  4. Simple Storage Device or (S3): It is a storage device and the most widely used AWS service
  5. Route 53: A DNS web service
  6. Elastic Block Store (EBS): It provides persistent storage volumes that attach to EC2 to allow you to persist data past the lifespan of a single EC2
  7. CloudWatch: To monitor AWS resources, It allows administrators to view and collect key Also, one can set a notification alarm in case of trouble.

 


3. EXPLAIN WHAT IS AMI?

Ans: AMI stands for Amazon Machine Image.  It’s a template that provides the information (an operating system, an application server and applications) required to launch an instance, which is a copy of the AMI running as a virtual server in the cloud.  You can launch instances from as many different AMIs as you need.


4. EXPLAIN WHAT IS S3?

Ans: S3 stands for Simple Storage Service. You can use S3 interface to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time and from anywhere on the web.  For S3, the payment model is “pay as you go”.


5, HOW MANY BUCKETS CAN YOU CREATE IN AWS BY DEFAULT?

Ans: By default, you can create up to 100 buckets in each of your AWS accounts.


 

 

 

 

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