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AWS CLI: Tips and Tricks

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Overview

Get quick tips for carrying out common tasks in Amazon Web Services (AWS) using PowerShell and the command-line interfaces (CLIs) available from Amazon.

Get quick tips for carrying out common tasks in Amazon Web Services (AWS) using PowerShell and the command-line interfaces (CLIs) available from Amazon. This course is a collection of standalone videos created by the subject matter experts at TechSnips—an IT career development platform. Each video covers an important CLI-related task for AWS administrators, including managing CloudWatch and Elastic Beanstalk, working with Lambda and PowerShell, and backing up and restoring Amazon RDS databases. You can also explore how to perform identity and access management, MySQL deployments, and EC2 and S3 management, all through the command line. Start watching to learn how to leverage these powerful scripting tools to reduce your overhead, speed up routine administration, and troubleshoot your AWS systems and services.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Managing the AWS command line
1. Managing CloudWatch
  • Install and configure the AWS CloudWatch agent on a Windows Server
  • Write and archive custom metrics
  • Query CloudWatch logs with PowerShell
2. Managing Elastic Beanstalk
  • Create and deploy an AWS Elastic Beanstalk web app package
  • Change an Elastic Beanstalk environment with PowerShell
  • Create health monitors for an Elastic Beanstalk application
3. Managing IAM Users and Groups
  • Manage AWS IAM users and groups with PowerShell
  • Create and authenticate an AWS IAM user
  • Apply user and group policies to IAM resources in AWS
4. Working with Amazon RDS
  • Back up and restore AWS RDS databases with snapshots
  • Set up an Amazon Aurora RDS database
  • Deploy a MSSQL database
5. Working with EC2 Instances
  • Set up an AWS EC2 instance using PowerShell
  • Start and stop AWS EC2 instances using PowerShell
  • Find an AWS EC2 instance public DNS name
6. Working with Lambda and PowerShell
  • Create an AWS Lambda function
  • Invoke a PowerShell script using AWS Lambda
  • Return output from an AWS Lambda PowerShell script
  • Pass input data to an AWS Lambda PowerShell script
7. Working with the AWS CLI
  • Manage AWS from the command line
  • Install and configure the AWS CLI on Windows
  • Sync local files and folder to AWS S3

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