Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
August 17, 2017
Duration
2h 6m
Description

Companies of every size are increasingly seeing a need to monitor their AWS infrastructure's compliance to certain industry standard rules like CIS and HIPAA, or even their own internal requirements. In this course, Managing Inventory, Change, and Compliance with AWS Config, you'll learn how to manage all your compliance needs with an AWS-native tool: AWS Config. First, you'll learn how to setup AWS Config and use it to track your resources state both current and past. Next, you'll learn how to use AWS Config Rules to continuously evaluate that state with respect to your compliance goals. Finally, you'll learn how to implement continuous compliance, turning your state evaluations into actions that repair your infrastructure automatically. When you're finished with this course, you'll have all the necessary skills and knowledge to confidently report on your compliance state at any time, while being confident that any compliance issues will be resolved without you lifting a finger.

About the author
About the author

Paul is a professional DevOps practitioner, specializing in fault tolerance and scalability in the cloud. "Automate or Die" is his motto.

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Transcript
Transcript

Hi everyone, my name is Pierre Derenoncourt and welcome to my course Revit for AutoCAD Users. I am an Author and Curriculum Manager here at Pluralsight, with over a decade of combined experience with CAD and Building Information Modeling Platforms like AutoCAD and Revit.

So you’ve read a few articles, attended a few lunch & learns or maybe you’ve been to a conference or two. You’ve been meaning to make that switch from AutoCAD to Revit but just haven’t had the time to invest in learning a new design tool. Well you’re in the right place! This course is designed to help AutoCAD users like you, make that transition over to Revit.

Some of the major topics that we will cover include:

  1. Exploring the Revit User Interface
  2. Importing DWG Files from AutoCAD
  3. Creating Floor Plans and Elevations
  4. Creating Details and Sections
By the end of this course or By the end this course, you’ll know work with imported CAD files in Revit. You’ll also be able to Create your first set of Floor Plans, Elevations, Sections and Details. And Finally you’ll know to place your views and drawings onto Titleblocks!

Before beginning the course you should be familiar with working AutoCAD. Some 3D modeling experience is helpful but not required to follow along.

I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn Revit for AutoCAD Users, at Pluralsight.