Want to learn about how Wavelength Zones relate to regions, availability zones, and local zones? In this course, Introduction to AWS Wavelength, you’ll learn to enable and use AWS Wavelength for 5G applications. First, you’ll explore what AWS Wavelength is. Next, you’ll discover how to leverage Wavelength for 5G requirements. Finally, you’ll learn how to configure Wavelength zones within a VPC. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of AWS Wavelength needed to supplement your AWS architecture with 5G-enabled edge computing.
Course Overview Hello, everyone. My name is Andru Estes, and welcome to my course, Introduction to AWS Wavelength. I am an enterprise solutions architect currently working at CSG International. 5G and mobile app connectivity is growing faster than ever in today's world, and this course is designed to help you understand how AWS Wavelength can help you meet your 5G demands. In this course, we're going to dive into AWS Wavelength, Wavelength Zones, carrier gateways and IPs, and even demo a simple web app using Verizon's 5G network. Some of the major topics we'll cover include AWS Wavelength, Wavelength Zones, carrier gateways and network border groups, and assigning carrier IPs to your compute. By the end of this course, you will hopefully know how to leverage AWS Wavelength to supplement your cloud architecture with 5G connectivity. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with some of the core AWS technologies, such as VPC and EC2. And in order to follow along from a demo perspective, you'll need to request access to Wavelength within your AWS accounts. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to implement 5G applications into your AWS infrastructure with the Introduction to AWS Wavelength course, here at Pluralsight.