Build your own Load Balancer on AWS
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Build your own Load Balancer on AWS

Create and test your own cloud load balancer
4.4 (67 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
7,151 students enrolled
Created by Vishu Kamble
Last updated 8/2017
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Price: Free
Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You can build and configure your own web server
  • create and configure VMs and also a Load Balancer
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Requirements
  • You should have a good internet connection
  • Enthusiastic about learning about AWS
Description

Hey, welcome to Build your own load balancer on AWS Course!

If you're checking this course, I can assume you're interested in learning about the cloud or AWS! Well, this course will just help you do that!

This short and simple course will teach you:

  • How to create your own Virtual Machine (VM) on Amazon AWS EC2
  • Install and configure your VM
  • How to install packages on your VM
  • Converting your VM to a webserver
  • Deploying a simple website on your instances
  • Creating and configuring a load balancer to intense distribute traffic to your other web servers

All of this within 2 hours of your time!!!!

This is not a watch and learn course. You will be doing everything by yourself so you're actually building something and at the same time learning about it. I believe in do and learn instead of watch and learn.

By the end of this course, you will have created 4 webservers with a website on it and a load balancer that will evenly distribute the high amount of traffic among all your web servers.

All the knowledge I have on AWS is because of trying and doing projects and I think that's the best way to learn anything. To build something, doing it by yourself and that is my goal. To share my knowledge with you guys!

If you run into problems, have questions/suggestions please feel free to contact me. All my links are on my profile.

I hope you have a great time with this course and learn something new. I have tried my best to break everything down for everyone assuming you're totally new to the cloud! 

Cheers!

- Vishu

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to learn about AWS
  • Anyone who wants to pursue a career in tech
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Curriculum For This Course
13 Lectures
01:50:21
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:22
Introduction
02:22
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AWS Introduction
2 Lectures 14:56
Creating an AWS account
08:55

AWS EC2 dashboard
06:01
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Instances - Create, Configure and Connect.
5 Lectures 47:56
Create and Launch your instance.
13:46

Linux - Connect to your instance
13:26

Windows - Putty installation
05:21

Windows - Putty configuration
09:08

Windows - Super Putty
06:15
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Installation in EC2 configuration
1 Lecture 08:31
Yum and Nginx installation.
08:31
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Nginx Configuration
3 Lectures 28:58

Learn how to configure nginx

Nginx configuration
11:28

Change the configuration of nginx
03:23

Configure your load balancer
14:07
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Load Balancer in working
1 Lecture 07:38
Demonstration of a working load balancer
07:38
About the Instructor
Vishu Kamble
4.4 Average rating
155 Reviews
11,477 Students
3 Courses
Infrastructure Engineer

Hey Guys!

I am Vishu Kamble, currently working as an Infrastructure Engineer in a hedge fund in Chicago. I have a masters degree in Computer Science with specialization in Cloud Computing and a Bachelors Degree in Computer Engineering! I love learning new things and am super passionate about technology and the cloud!

I have a techblog GeekStartS where I post basic computer tutorials. 

I am putting courses on AWS where students can learn about AWS whiole building projects so they can understand how things work on the cloud. I can laso help you out with your resume! Hit me up anywhere anytime.