This course will teach you the strategy and design of selecting the infrastructure services you’ll need for your project on AWS. You'll learn about Compute, Networking, Storage, and monitoring all within AWS and how to plan an architecture for them.
How do you know what infrastructure services you need for your project on AWS? In this course, Designing Infrastructure Deployment on AWS, you'll gain the ability to define your project’s infrastructure requirements. First, you’ll learn how to select the the infrastructure services on AWS. Then, you'll discover the metrics that will help you scale. Finally, you'll see how to monitor your infrastructure's efficiency. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll be able to move onto deploying your infrastructure design on AWS and feel secure that the architecture you designed will work the way you expect.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Brian Harrison, and I am a cloud solution architect. Welcome to my course, Designing Infrastructure Deployments in AWS. This course will teach you the strategy and design of selecting the infrastructure services you'll need for your projects on AWS. You'll learn how to define your project's infrastructure requirements, select the infrastructure in AWS that will work for your application and systems, and then define the metrics that will help you scale and monitor those systems. After this course, you'll be able to move on to deploying your infrastructure design within your AWS account. Some of the major topics that we will cover include discussion around the reasons for deploying a system or application into the cloud, and specifically AWS, talking about which services within AWS should be considered for infrastructure-based deployments, how to provide high-availability and geographic redundancy for those infrastructure-based deployments within AWS, and then, lastly, once the application or system has been put into AWS, what is the best way to monitor and manage that architecture. By the end of this course, you should be able to determine what AWS services you will need for your specific application or system that you plan on putting into AWS. You should also be able to define a strategy for high availability of that said application, as well as a strategy for the best way to monitor and maintain all the pieces of the deployed architecture.