If you want to implement highly available and scalable applications on the AWS cloud platform, you'll need to understand how the Elastic Load Balancing service works. This course delves into that service and how to deploy load balancers on AWS.
Load balancing services are a core component of highly available application architectures in the cloud. In this course, Implementing AWS Load Balancing, you’ll learn how to deploy Elastic Load Balancers on the AWS cloud platform. First, you’ll explore the load balancing service from a high-level. Next, you’ll discover how each of the different load balancer types work. Finally, you’ll learn how to deploy load balancers to support multiple scenarios on AWS. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills to effectively work with the Elastic Load Balancing service and you'll be ready to build load balancers of your own on AWS.
Course Overview Hey everyone, this is Mike Pfeiffer, and I'm excited to invite you to this course where we'll explore the Elastic Load Balancing service on AWS. You'll learn how to create and manage the different types of load balancers supported by the Elastic Load Balancing service, and we'll kick things off by taking a look at the service from a high level. I'll introduce you to the different types of load balancers available on the AWS platform and I'll show you how they work with the global infrastructure, including AWS regions and availability zones. Throughout the course, we'll dive into each of the different types of load balancers in detail. So you'll learn how to implement an application load balancer, a network load balancer, and a classic load balancer. And as we move through each module in the course, you'll discover the features and benefits of each of these services and when you might want to use one over the other. So whether you're looking to implement Elastic Load Balancing to support a new application you're deploying or you're just learning more about this concept for AWS certification, this course is definitely for you.