Docker and AWS Lambda:2 Course Bundle

Two great courses in one.
Instructor:
Thunder Light
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After this course, you will be familiar with Docker, you will also learn new tricks that can not be found on some other places on the internet.
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.

This is a package of two course:

– Docker Development with Amazon Web Services

You want to learn something powerful? Docker is here! No matter what your experience level, Using Docker on Amazon Web Service (AWS) will get you up and running with Docker containers, dockerfiles, image repositories (through both Docker Hub and AWS’s EC2 Container Repository), and managing containers through the EC2 Container Service (ECS). In this course, you’ll first explore Docker on AWS at a high level, learning how the parts work together by assembling all the basic pieces of a Docker infrastructure on an EC2-based Linux instance, including installation, simple Dockerfiles and Docker Hub images. Next, you’ll learn about building a cluster environment, including how all the moving parts can be brought together in a real, publicly accessible deployment. Finally, you’ll wrap up the course by learning how to work with Docker images and registries. By the end of this course, you’ll have learned foundational knowledge of both the theory and practice of using using Docker on AWS.

– 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 Development with Amazon Web Services

1
Introduction
2
What Is Docker?
3
Installing Docker on an EC2 Instance
4
Running Docker from the Command Line
5
Working with Dockerfiles
6
Working with Docker Hub Images

Amazon ECS: Exploring the Environment

1
Introduction to Container and Cluster Computing
2
EC2 Container Service: Defining Terms

Amazon ECS: Building a Cluster Environment

1
Prepare an EC2 Instance and an ECS Task
2
Build an EC2 Service to Run the Task
3
Working with ECS Through the AWS CLI

Working with Docker Images and Registries

1
Introduction to Image Registries
2
Working with Docker Hub Repositories
3
Configure ECS to Authenticate with Docker Hub
4
Working with the Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR)

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 Fun
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
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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