Reliability and Resilience on AWS
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- Deploy EC2 Auto scaling for web server instances.
- How to build and maintain EC2 images.
- Design Application Load Balancing Services that scale across availability zones.
- Design Cloud Watch alarms to automate the autoscaling of web servers to match demand.
- Monitor applications and design CloudWatch metrics and alarms for autoscaling
- Develop plans to use AWS Auto Scaling to manage EC2 instances, Dynamo DB, and Aurora
This video will give you an overview about the course.
• Know about the author
• Introduction to all the sections of this course
• Guide to the GitHub Repository
This video aims to demonstrate how to use templates for AMI.
Consider the AWS Marketplace
Look at community AMIs
This video aims to demonstrate steps for ELB configuration.
Learn about the listeners
Do the health checks
Explore the target groups
This video aims to explore the need for a monitoring solution.
View metrics in CloudWatch
Use CloudWatch logs
- No prior knowledge of monitoring, load balancing services, creating images, and autoscaling is needed.
- Basic knowledge of AWS cloud services would be useful.
Cloud services are vulnerable to network and other outages. When your applications are not performing as they should, no one is happy. However, applications can be designed to be resilient and responsive under demand while hosted in the cloud with Cloud hosted applications at AWS.
In this course, you’ll learn how to prepare for potentially devastating interruptions by building your own resilient and reliable applications in the public cloud. You’ll explore the steps to properly host and automatically scale applications hosted in the cloud. You’ll also take a look at load-balancing, backed with autoscaling, driven by the CloudWatch monitoring service producing an automated solution methodology.
By the end of the course, you will be able to achieve application resiliency, autoscaling, and failover with your applications hosted in the Amazon cloud.
About the Author
He has seen that organizations are moving towards using containers as part of their microservice architecture. And there is a strong need to have a container orchestration tool in place. Kubernetes is by far the most popular container orchestration solution on the market.
- This course is for developers, system administrators, and technical managers who want to know how to scale and maintain applications and cloud services hosted in the public cloud.