AWS Elastic Beanstalk and AWS Lambda:2 Course Bundle

Great course package for AWS developers.
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Thunder Light
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After watching this course, you will learn how to launch and manage large container clusters in the cloud.
When you're finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of AWS Lambda and other AWS Services that will help you as you learn more about serverless application development and the infrastructure as a service space.

Here you get two independent courses:

– Docker and AWS Elastic Beanstalk for beginners

At the core of Elastic Beanstalk – especially as it’s used for Docker container deployments – is a thorough knowledge of Docker container clusters. In this course, you will learn how to deploy and coordinate individual Docker containers into a fully-managed AWS-based Docker cluster. You will review some container basics and understand how Beanstalk invisibly marshals a wide range of AWS resources to make the cluster work. Next you’ll see how Docker clusters are built through a quick look at Docker Swarm mode. Finally, you’ll launch your own multi-tiered Docker application on Elastic Beanstalk. When you’re finished with this course, you will have a solid working knowledge of running Docker containers on AWS’s Elastic Beanstalk. This knowledge will help you as you improve your ability to launch and manage large container clusters in the cloud.

– AWS Lambda for beginners

At the heart of application development is a desire to create and scale new products quickly without having to worry about technical logistics. In this course, you will learn how to create event-driven code within AWS Lambda. First, you will learn to deploy simple scheduled functions. Next, you will explore how to securely integrate Lambda with third party APIs and credentials. Finally, you’ll learn how to leverage other AWS services alongside Lambda. When you’re finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of AWS Lambda and other AWS Services that will help you as you learn more about serverless application development and the infrastructure as a service space. 

Docker and AWS Elastic Beanstalk for beginners

1
Introduction
2
Dockerfile: Scripting Docker Containers
3
Docker Swarm and Microservice Deployments
4
Elastic Beanstalk and Docker: A Solution

The Elastic Beanstalk Toolset

1
The Elastic Beanstalk Command Line Interface
2
Working with Docker in a Beanstalk World
3
Working with Dockerrun.aws.json v.1
4
Working with Dockerrun.aws.json v.2

Integrating Beanstalk and Docker with Your AWS Resources

1
ECS and Elastic Beanstalk Integration
2
Elastic Beanstalk Integration with AWS Infrastructure

Deploy a Full-sized Docker/Elastic Beanstalk Project

1
Deploy a Multi-container Application Locally
2
Build a Beanstalk Environment for a Multi-container Application
3
Understand and Launch a Two-tiered (WordPress) Docker/Beanstalk App

*****AWS Lambda for beginners Course*****

1
Contextualizing Serverless
2
Key Elements of Serverless Functions
3
Looking at Serverless Function Providers
4
Example Overviews - What Are You Building?

Working with AWS

1
Introduction to the AWS Free Tier
2
AWS Free Tier Service Walkthrough
3
Overview of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
4
Creating and Managing AWS Identity and Access Management Policies

Starting with Lambda Functions

1
Considerations and Limitations for Lambda Functions
2
Lambda Prerequisites
3
Creating and Configuring Your First Lambda Function
4
Monitoring and Alerting for Your First Lambda Function

Using Lambda and Third Party APIs

1
Planning Function Scope and Dependencies
2
Credential Storage with the AWS Key Management Service
3
Gathering API Keys and Preparing Your Environment
4
Working with External Libraries, Sensitive Credentials, and Your Lambda Function
5
Deploying Your Function Package and Configuring Your Twitter Bot

Integrating Lambda & Other AWS Services

1
Project and Resource Overview
2
Installing Jinja and Configuring IAM and SES
3
Uploading Templates to S3 and Creating Cloudwatch Events with the AWS CMD
4
Creating a Dynamic Lambda Handler
5
Testing Your Lambda Function with the AWS Command Line
6
Understanding Function Package Setup
7
Function Deployment and Configuration with the AWS Command Line
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