In this short series, I outline the notes that I took while preparing for the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam.
These are my personal notes that I have made while working through the A Cloud Guru exam practitioner course. They are in no way official notes from AWS.
I would advise you that if you do use my notes to help you revise for this exam, that you use them as a supplement to the most recent information in the White Papers, Exam Guide and go over your knowledge with practice exam papers.
Previous notes within this blog series:
- Cloud Computing and the Topics To Cover
- AWS Global Infrastructure
- AWS Cost Management
- Identity Access Management (IAM)
- Simple Storage Service (S3)
- Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
- Load Balancers
- Domain Name System
- Elastic Beanstalk
- Architecting for the Cloud Best Practices: Part 1
- Architecting for the Cloud Best Practices: Part 2
Global AWS Services
Which AWS Services Are Global?
Some services give Global Views but are regional
What AWS Services Can Be Used On Premise?
- Gigantic disk (can 80TB per disk)
- Delivered to your office.
- You load your files onto it and ship it back to Amazon to upload to S3
- Like Snowball but comes with CPU (like a computer)
- Allows you to deploy Lambda functions on premise
- Used when you can’t get AWS connectivity
- Like Snowball but stays on premise
- Can be physical or virtual
- Way of caching files inside data center and replicates the files directly to S3
- Deploys code and application to EC2 instances and also to on premise web servers
- Similar to ElasticBeanstalk
- Uses Chef for automated deployments
- Can be used to deploy to EC2 instances and on prem web servers
- Basically IoT
- Connects devices to AWS cloud
Which AWS Services Can Be Used To Deploy Applications On Premise?