Get started with an overview of AWS networking in the cloud so you can take advantage of services to make building and managing your application easier. This course covers what you need to know about cloud networking in an easy-to-understand format.
You know networking but are new to AWS; or maybe you've used AWS but want to better understand their networking services. In this course, AWS Network Design: Getting Started, you will gain an overview of the AWS landscape and how it relates to networking in the cloud. First, you will learn about what solutions and products are available for networking purposes. Next, you will discover the cases in which an enterprise or business might employ them. Finally, you will explore how AWS has designed these products and services for availability and reliability. When you are finished with this course, you will be ready to continue on the Networking on AWS learning path, and you will have a framework to truly understand AWS networking.
Craig has over 15 years of software development on a variety of teams, including Fidelity.com, Overstock.com, F-16 aircraft, and several startups. Craig is passionate about solving problems with the right tools and enjoys teaching and mentoring others so they can save time and accomplish their goals faster.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Craig Golightly, and welcome to my course, AWS Network Design: Getting Started. I am a performance engineer at Lucidworks. Amazon Web Services has evolved to support some of the world's biggest brands. Keeping pace with rapid network growth has resulted in some very robust and time-saving networking services. This course is an overview of the AWS landscape and how it relates to networking in the cloud. Some of the major topics that we will cover include Amazon virtual private cloud, elastic load balancing, CloudFront, API Gateway, and Route 53. By the end of this course, you'll know what solutions are available for networking purposes, and when an enterprise or business might employ them. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with general networking principles, although you don't need to have extensive experience to understand the concepts. From here, you should feel comfortable continuing on the Networking on AWS learning path with courses on Implementing AWS Networking Security Groups, deep dives into Elastic Load Balancer and Route 53, and AWS Networking and the API Gateway. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn AWS Networking with the AWS Network Design: Getting Started course at Pluralsight.