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Empowering Innovation with Amazon Web Services

 

In today's digital landscape, the cloud has revolutionized the way businesses operate, enabling unprecedented scalability, agility, and cost-effectiveness. As a pioneer in the cloud computing industry, Amazon Web Services (AWS) stands at the forefront, offering a vast array of services and solutions to organizations of all sizes, from startups to multinational enterprises.

 

"Mastering AWS" is your definitive guide to unleashing the full potential of this industry-leading cloud platform. Authored by AWS experts, this comprehensive book equips IT professionals, developers, and cloud enthusiasts with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in AWS cloud environments.

Mastering AWS

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  • 1.Introduction to AWS
    1.1.Understanding Cloud Computing and AWS
    1.2.Exploring AWS Services and Offerings
    1.3.Ky Concepts and Terminology

    2.Getting Started with AWS
    2.1.Setting Up an AWS Account
    2.2.Navigating the AWS Management Console
    2.3.AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
    2.4.AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) and SDKs

    3.AWS Compute Services
    3.1.Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
    3.2.Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS)
    3.3.AWS Lambda and Serverless Computing
    3.4.Auto Scaling and Elastic Load Balancing

    4.AWS Storage Services
    4.1.Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
    4.2.Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)
    4.3.Amazon Glacier and Archive Storage
    4.4.AWS Storage Gateway and Data Transfer Options

    5.AWS Networking and Content Delivery
    5.1.Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
    5.2.AWS Direct Connect and VPN Connections
    5.3.Amazon CloudFront for Content Delivery
    5.4.AWS Route 53 for DNS Management

    6.AWS Database Services
    6.1.Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)
    6.2.Amazon DynamoDB and NoSQL Databases
    6.3.Amazon Redshift for Data Warehousing
    6.4.AWS Database Migration Service

    7.AWS Security and Identity Services
    7.1.AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
    7.2.AWS Key Management Service (KMS)
    7.3.Amazon Cognito for User Authentication
    7.4.AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) and Shield

    8.AWS Management and Governance
    8.1.AWS CloudFormation and Infrastructure as Code
    8.2.AWS CloudWatch for Monitoring and Alerting
    8.3.AWS Config and AWS CloudTrail
    8.4.AWS Organizations and Account Management

    9.AWS DevOps and Deployment
    9.1.AWS CodeCommit and CodePipeline
    9.2.AWS CodeBuild and CodeDeploy
    9.3.AWS Elastic Beanstalk for Application Deployment
    9.4.AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM)

    10.AWS Analytics and Big Data
    10.1.Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight
    10.2.Amazon Kinesis for Streaming Data
    10.3.Amazon EMR and Big Data Processing
    10.4.AWS Glue for ETL and Data Cataloging

    11.AWS Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
    11.1.Amazon Rekognition for Image and Video Analysis
    11.2.Amazon Polly and Amazon Lex for Natural Language Processing
    11.3.Amazon SageMaker for Machine Learning Workflows
    11.4.AWS DeepRacer and AI Services

    12.AWS IoT and Edge Computing
    12.1.AWS IoT Core for Device Connectivity
    12.2.AWS Greengrass for Edge Computing
    12.3.AWS IoT Analytics and IoT Rules Engine
    12.4.AWS IoT Device Management

    13.Advanced AWS Architectures
    13.1.High Availability and Fault Tolerance
    13.2.Scalability and Elasticity
    13.3.Serverless Architecture Patterns
    13.4.Hybrid Cloud and Multi-Region Deployments

    14.AWS Cost Optimization
    14.1.Understanding AWS Pricing Models
    14.2.Cost Management Best Practices
    14.3.AWS Budgets and Cost Explorer
    14.4.Reserved Instances and Savings Plans

    15.AWS Well-Architected Framework
    15.1.Design Principles and Best Practices
    15.2.Operational Excellence
    15.3.Security, Reliability, Performance Efficiency, and Cost Optimization

    16.AWS Certification and Career Paths
    16.1.Overview of AWS Certifications
    16.2.Preparing for AWS Certification Exams
    16.3.Career Opportunities in AWS

    17.Appendix
    17.1.Glossary of Terms
    17.2.Additional Resources
    17.3.AWS Services Reference Chart

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