At the end of the course, you will be able to interact with AWS from your PowerShell console. You will be able to Launch EC2 Instances, Interact with S3 by listing, deleting and copying objects. In addition, you will be able to Create, assign policies and delete users from IAM
This is an introduction to using PowerShell to interact with AWS. We will review connecting the following
We will be creating a Powershell script to connect to S3 and upload files. We will do this in a way that can be easily automated so that you can literally backup your files to an S3 bucket.
Easiest way to contact me is at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will do my best to respond to any e-mails within 24 hours.
Confirm access to AWS and create an S3 bucket.
Create a local profile and start using that instead of entering keys.
Adding policy to a IAM user to access S3, Connecting to S3 and listing out our folder object to confirm connectivity,
Uploading file to S3 Bucket
Downloading files from S3 bucket
Deleting files from S3
Creating users in IAM and attaching a policy
Creating groups in IAM, Attaching a policy to that group and finally adding a user to that group.
20+ year in the technology space working at major financial, consumer products and healthcare companies, Starting as a Netware guy and now involved in AWS. Proficient in Powershell and I enjoying merging the 2 together to make my life easier. Scripting in Powershell since its inceptions and migrated off vb script.
AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate