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Udemy

AWS Certified Developer Associate - Step by Step - 2021

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Achieve AWS Developer Certification. Get Certified as AWS Developer Associate in the in28minutes way!

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  • PRACTICE TEST - AWS Certified Developer Associate Exam
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Getting Started with AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Introduction - AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Course Overview - AWS Certified Developer Associate

Getting Started - Cloud and AWS - Regions and AZs

  • Step 01 - Introduction to Cloud and AWS

  • Step 02 - Creating an AWS Root Account

  • Step 03 - Creating an IAM User For Your AWS Account

  • Step 04 - Need for Regions and Zones

  • Step 05 - Introduction to Regions and Zones

Getting Started - EC2

  • Step 01 - Section Overview - EC2

  • Step 01 - Exploring EC2 Fundamentals

  • Step 02 - Creating your first EC2 instance

  • Step 03 - Understanding EC2 instance type and SSH with Instance Connect

  • Step 04 - Installing HTTP Webserver on EC2

  • Step 05 - Playing with EC2 Instance Metadata Service and Dynamic Data

  • Step 06 - 1 - Exposing EC2 dynamic data details on HTTP Web Server

  • Step 06 - 2 - JSON Viewer Plugin

  • Step 07 - Playing with EC2 Security Groups

  • Step 08 - Understanding EC2 Public and Private IP Addresses

  • Step 09 - Understanding Elastic IP Addresses

  • Step 10 - Simplify EC2 HTTP server setup

  • Step 11 - Creating Launch Templates for EC2 instances

  • Step 12 - Creating Customized AMI for EC2 instance - Part 1

  • Step 13 - Creating Customized AMI for EC2 instance - Part 2

  • Step 14 - Exploring Amazon Machine Image

  • Step 15 - EC2 Security - Key Pairs

  • Step 16 - EC2 Security - Connecting from Windows

  • Step 17 - Key Pairs Recap & Troubleshooting

  • Step 18 - Important EC2 Scenarios

  • Step 19 - Choosing Availability Zone for EC2 Instance

  • Step 20 - Quick Review of EC2 - AMI Security Groups Key Pairs etc

Monitor Billing on the Cloud

  • Step 01 - Its Your Responsibility to Monitor Billing on the Cloud - 5 Recommendations

  • Step 02 - Monitor AWS Billing Setting Billing Alerts

Getting Started - AWS Elastic Load Balancing

  • Step 01 - Getting started with Load Balancing - AWS Elastic Load Balancing

  • Step 02 - Understanding HTTP, HTTPS, UDP and TCP Protocols

  • Step 03 - Exploring Types of AWS Elastic Load Balancers

  • Step 04 - AWS Elastic Load Balancing - Getting started with Classic Load Balancer

  • Step 05 - Exploring Classic Load Balancer Further

  • Step 06 - AWS Elastic Load Balancing - Getting started with Application Load Balancer

  • Step 07 - Exploring Application Load Balancer Further

  • Step 08 - Understand AWS Elastic Load Balancing Listeners

  • Step 09 - Exploring Application Load Balancer Target Groups

  • Step 11 - Using Multiple Target Groups for Microservices Architectures

  • Step 12 - Exploring Listener Rules in ALB

  • Step 13 - Getting started with Auto Scaling Groups

  • Step 14 - Creating Your First Auto Scaling Group

  • Step 15 - Playing with Auto Scaling Group

  • Step 16 - Understanding Auto Scaling Components and Dynamic Scaling Policies

  • Step 17 - Exploring Auto Scaling Policies - Dynamic Scaling

  • Step 18 - Exploring Auto Scaling Scenarios

  • Step 19 - Getting Started with a Network Load Balancer

  • Step 20 - Creating a Network Load Balancer

  • Step 21 - Exploring Network Load Balancer

  • Step 22 - Deleting Network Load Balancers and Target Groups

  • Step 23 - Deleting Application Load Balancers and Target Groups

  • Step 24 - Quick Review of ELB - Application, Classic and Network Load Balancers

Getting Started - Serverless with AWS Lambda

  • Step 01 - Introduction to Serverless

  • Step 02 - Getting started with AWS Lambda

  • Step 03 - Creating Your First Serverless Function with AWS Lambda

  • Step 04 - Understanding Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Event and Response

  • Step 05 - Playing with Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Context

  • Step 06 - Playing with Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Basic Settings

  • Step 07 - Monitoring your AWS Lambda Serverless Functions - CloudWatch and XRay

  • Step 08 - Versioning your AWS Lambda Serverless Functions - Versions and Alias

Theory - Serverless with AWS Lambda

  • Step 01 - Understanding Concurrency of Lambda Functions

  • Step 02 - 01 - Understanding AWS Lambda Execution Context

  • Step 03 - Understanding Provisioned Concurrency of Lambda Functions

  • Step 04 - Lambda Functions - What is Throttling?

  • Step 05 - Invoking Lambda Functions Synchronously

  • Step 06 - Invoking Lambda Functions Asynchronously

  • Step 07 - 01 - Exploring AWS Lambda - Context Object

  • Step 07 - 02 - Invoking Lambda Functions from CloudFront - Lambda@Edge

  • Step 08 - Understanding Versioning of Lambda Functions

  • Step 09 - Exploring Alias for Lambda Functions

  • Step 10 - Creating Layers for Lambda Functions

  • Step 11 - Understanding AWS Lambda Best Practices

  • Step 12 - Exploring AWS Lambda - Scenario Questions

Getting Started - AWS API Gateway

  • Step 01 - Getting started with AWS API Gateway

  • Step 02 - Getting started with AWS API Gateway - API Types - HTTP, REST and WebSockets

  • Step 03 - Creating Your First AWS API Gateway - REST API

  • Step 04 - Understanding the Basics of Handling Request with AWS REST API Gateway

  • Step 05 - Playing with AWS REST API Gateway - Customizing Mock Response and Headers

  • Step 06 - Integrating AWS REST API Gateway with Lambda Integration

  • Step 07 - Playing with API Gateway - Using Mapping Template to map Request Headers and Params

  • Step 08 - Playing with API Gateway - Creating POST Method

  • Step 09 - Playing with API Gateway - Validation Request Body using Model Schema

  • Step 10 - Playing with API Gateway - Customizing Response Headers and Validation

  • Step 11 - Deploying API Gateways - Creating a new Stage

  • Step 12 - Understanding AWS REST API Gateway Integrations - Custom vs Proxy Integration

  • Step 13 - Exploring REST API Gateway Lambda Proxy Integration

  • Step 14 - Implementing Rate Limiting and API Keys using AWS API Gateway

  • Step 15 - Exploring AWS API Gateway Stages

  • Step 16 - Getting Started with AWS API Gateway - HTTP API

  • Step 17 - Creating HTTP API - AWS API Gateway

  • Step 18 - Exploring HTTP API - AWS API Gateway

  • Step 19 - Exploring HTTP API - AWS API Gateway Further

Theory: Exporing API Gateway

  • Step 01 - Exploring API Gateway Endpoint Types

  • Step 02 - Exploring API Gateway Integration Types

  • Step 03 - Exploring API Gateway Lambda Integrations - Custom and Proxy

  • Step 04 - Exploring API Gateway - Stages

  • Step 05 - Exploring API Gateway - Caching

Getting Started - Amazon Cognito

  • Step 00 - 01 - Introduction to Identity Federation

  • Step 00 - 02 - Introduction to Amazon Cognito

  • Step 01 - Understanding Amazon Cognito User Pools

  • Step 02 - Understanding Amazon Cognito Identity Pools

  • Step 03 - 01 - Playing with Amazon Cognito User Pools

  • Step 03 - 02 - Customize UserPool Workflow With Triggers

  • Step 04 - Exploring Amazon Cognito Identity Pools

  • Step 05 - Exporing Amazon Cognito Use Cases - Identity vs User Pools

  • Step 06 - Integrating Authorization with API Gateway

  • Step 07 - Exploring API Gateway - Scenarios

Getting Started - S3 - Object Storage in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with S3 - AWS Object Storage

  • Step 02 - Creating an S3 Bucket and Exploring the UI

  • Step 03 - Understanding S3 - Objects, Buckets and Key Value Pairs

  • Step 04 - Playing with S3 Versioning

  • Step 05 - Logging S3 Access Requests

  • Step 06 - Creating a Public Website with S3

  • Step 07 - Quick Review - Creating a Public Website with S3

  • Step 08 - Exploring S3 Object level logging and Encryption

  • Step 09 - Exploring S3 Object Locks, Tags and Transfer Acceleration

  • Step 10 - Exploring S3 Event Notifications

  • Step 11 - Implementing S3 Event Notifications with AWS Lambda

  • Step 12 - Playing with S3 Prefixes

  • Step 13 - Exploring Bucket and Object ACLs in S3

  • Step 14 - Getting Started with S3 Storage Classes

  • Step 15 - Comparing S3 Storage Classes

  • Step 16 - Exploring S3 Lifecycle Configuration

  • Step 17 - Exploring S3 Cross Region and Same Region Replication

  • Step 18 - Exploring S3 Object Level Configurations

  • Step 19 - Understanding S3 Consistency Model - Eventual Consistency

  • Step 20 - Exploring S3 Presigned URLs

  • Step 21 - Basics of Amazon S3 Access Points

  • Step 21 - Exploring Different Cost Factors with Amazon S3

  • Step 21 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Security Scenarios

  • Step 23 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Cost Scenarios

  • Step 24 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Performance Scenarios

  • Step 25 - Exploring S3 Features using Scenarios 89dB v2

  • Step 25 - Exploring S3 Features using Scenarios v1 OLD

  • Step 26 - Getting Started with S3 Glacier - S3 vs S3 Glacier

  • Step 27 - Exploring S3 Glacier - Quick Review

Getting Started - IAM

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with IAM - Identity and Access Management

  • Step 02 - Creating an Operations IAM User

  • Step 03 - Playing with IAM Users, Groups and Policies

  • Step 04 - Understanding IAM AWS Managed and Customer Managed Policies

  • Step 05 - Exploring IAM Inline Policies

  • Step 06 - Connecting to AWS Services from Command Line

  • Step 07 - 01 - Creating an IAM role to connect to S3 from EC2

  • Step 08 - Quick Review of IAM - Users, Roles and Groups

  • Step 08 - ZZ - Quick Introduction to Instance Profiles 89dB

  • Step 09 - Exploring IAM Scenarios

  • Step 10 - Exploring IAM Cross Account Access using Roles

  • Step 11 - Understanding Federation with IAM Roles

  • Step 12 - Understanding Web Identity Federation with IAM Roles

  • Step 13 - Exploring Identity Based and Resource Based Policies

  • Step 14 - Quick Review of IAM with Scenario Questions

  • Step 15 - Authentication with IAM - A Review

  • Step 16 - Understanding IAM Best Practices

Getting Started - KMS and CloudHSM

  • Step 01 - Understanding Data States, Encryption, KMS and Cloud HSM

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS Key Management Service KMS

  • Step 03 - Connecting AWS KMS with S3 - Server Side Encryption SSE

  • Step 04 - Exploring KMS Customer Master Keys - CMKs

  • Step 05 - How does Server Side Encryption Happen with KMS

  • Step 06 - Exploring KMS APIs

  • Step 07 - Exploring KMS Other APIs and Quotas

  • Step 08 - Using KMS with S3 - Whats happening in the Background?

  • Step 09 - Using KMS with S3 - Usecases

  • Step 10 - Integrating KMS with CloudWatch

  • Step 11 - KMS - Important Things to Remember

  • Step 12 - Getting Started with AWS Cloud HSM

  • Step 13 - Quick Review of Cloud HSM

Getting Started - Amazon VPC

  • Step 01 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon VPC

  • Step 03 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC Subnets

  • Step 04 - Creating Amazon VPC with Public and Private Subnets

  • Step 05 - Public Subnet vs Private Subnet - Internet Gateway

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with NAT Instance and Gateway

  • Step 07 - Exploring NAT Instance vs NAT Gateway

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with NACL

  • Step 09 - Exploring NACL vs Security Groups

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with VPC Flow Logs

  • Step 11 - Understanding VPC Peering

  • Step 12 - Connecting On Premises with AWS - Direct Connect and VPN

  • Step 13 - Understanding VPC Endpoints - Gateway and Interface

  • Step 14 - Reviewing Important Networking Concepts in AWS

Getting Started - Databases in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Databases

  • Step 02 - Understanding Challenges with Choosing Databases

  • Step 03 - Understanding Availability and Durability of Databases

  • Step 04 - Understanding RTO and RPO

  • Step 05 - Understanding Read Replicas for Databases

  • Step 06 - Understanding Importance of Database Consistency

  • Step 07 - Exploring Different Database Categories

  • Step 08 - Exploring Relations Databases for OLTP and OLAP Use cases (RDS and RedShift)

  • Step 09 - Exploring the differences between OLTP and OLAP Databases

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with Document Databases (DocumentDB)

  • Step 11 - Exploring Key Value Databases (DocumentDB)

  • Step 12 - Quick Look at Graph Databases (Neptune)

  • Step 13 - Quick Look at In Memory Databases (ElastiCache)

  • Step 14 - Quick Review of Database Options

  • Step 15 - Scenarios Review of Database Options

Getting Started - Amazon RDS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with RDS - AWS Relational OLTP Database

  • Step 02 - Responsibilities for RDS - You vs AWS

  • Step 03 - Exploring options in creating RDS Databases

  • Step 04 - Creating Your First RDS Database in AWS

  • Step 05 - Creating an EC2 instance to connect to RDS Database

  • Step 06 - Connecting to RDS Database from EC2 instance and creating tables

  • Step 07 - Exploring Options on an Existing Your First RDS Database in AWS

  • Step 08 - Understanding Multi-AZ Deployments of RDS

  • Step 09 - Understanding Read Replicas of RDS

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with Amazon Aurora Database

  • Step 11 - Exploring UI for Amazon Arora Database

  • Step 12 - Exploring Other RDS Database Engines

  • Step 13 - Architecture - Managing Scaling of Your RDS Databases

  • Step 14 - Architecture - Managing Operations for RDS Databases

  • Step 15 - Architecture - Managing Security and Encryption for RDS

  • Step 16 - Architecture - Managing Costs for Your RDS Databases

  • Step 17 - Quick Review - When to use RDS

  • Step 18 - RDS Review with A Few Scenarios

Getting Started - Amazon DynamoDB

  • Step 01 - Introduction to DynamoDB

  • Step 02 - Understanding DynamoDB Hierarchy - Tables Items and Attributes

  • Step 03 - Exploring DynamoDB Data Types

  • Step 04 - Playing with DynamoDB

  • Step 05 - Exploring DynamoDB Primary Key and Partitions

  • Step 06 - Understanding DynamoDB - Local Secondary Index - LSI

  • Step 07 - Understanding DynamoDB - Global Secondary Index - GSI

  • Step 08 - Understanding DynamoDB Data Consistency Levels

  • Step 09 - Understanding DynamoDB Capacity Modes - Provisioned and OnDemand

  • Step 10 - Understanding DynamoDB Read Write Capacity Calculations - 1

  • Step 11 - Understanding DynamoDB Read Write Capacity Calculations - 2

  • Step 12 - Exploring DynamoDB - Query vs Scan

  • Step 13 - Creating a Cloud9 Environment

  • Step 14 - Playing with DynamoDB APIs from Cloud9 Command Line

  • Step 15 - Exploring DynamoDB - Projection and Filter Expressions

  • Step 16 - Exploring DynamoDB - Pagination

  • Step 17 - Exploring Other DynamoDB API

  • Step 18 - Exploring DynamoDB API Errors

  • Step 19 - Exploring DynamoDB - TTL - Time To Live Attribute

  • Step 20 - Designing DynamoDB Tables - Choosing Partition Keys

  • Step 21 - Designing DynamoDB Tables - Time Series Data

  • Step 22 - 01 - Understanding Optimistic Locking with DynamoDB

  • Step 22 - 02 - Exploring DynamoDB Best Practices

  • Step 22 - 03 - IAM Policy - Restrict User Access on DynamoDB and S3

  • Step 23 - DynamoDB - Things to Remember

  • Step 24 - Exploring DynamoDB Streams

  • Step 25 - Taking care of Operations for DynamoDB

  • Step 26 - Taking care of Security for DynamoDB - IAM, and Encryption

  • Step 27 - Comparing DynamoDB with RDS

  • Step 28 - Exploring DAX - DynamoDB Accelerator

  • Step 29 - Exploring DynamoDB Scenarios

Getting Started - Amazon SQS, Amazon SNS, and Amazon MQ

  • Step 01 - Understanding Need for Asynchronous Communication

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with SQS

  • Step 03 - Sending and Receiving a Messaging using SQS - Best Case

  • Step 04 - Understanding Lifecycle of a Message on an SQS Queue

  • Step 05 - Implementing AutoScaling with SQS

  • Step 06 - Understanding Important SQS Configuration

  • Step 07 - Implementing Security for Your SQS Queues

  • Step 08 - 01 - Creating an Amazon SQS Queue and Playing with Messages

  • Step 08 - 02 - Sending and Receiving SQS Messages from an EC2 instance

  • Step 08 - 03 - IAM Role - Trust Policy

  • Step 09 - Identifying Duplicate Messages in SQS using DeDuplication ID

  • Step 10 - Exploring Amazon SQS APIs

  • Step 11 - Exploring Amazon SQS API - Receive Message

  • Step 12 - Exploring Amazon SQS Scenarios

  • Step 13 - Getting Started with Simple Notification Service - SNS

  • Step 14 - YY - Creating an SNS Topic and Registering a Lambda to Subscribe

  • Step 15 - ZZ - Registering an SQS Queue as a subscriber to an SNS Topic

  • Step 16 - Getting Started with Amazon MQ

Getting Started - Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Streaming Data

  • Step 02 - Handling simple streams with S3 Notifications

  • Step 03 - Handling simple streams with DynamoDB Streams

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 05 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

  • Step 06 - Understanding Hierarchy of Kinesis Streams

  • Step 07 - Exploring Kinesis Streams - Resharding

  • Step 08 - Exploring Kinesis Streams API

  • Step 09 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Analytics

  • Step 11 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

  • Step 12 - Exploring Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 13 - Exploring Kinesis Streams - Scenario Questions

Getting Started - Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 01 - Understanding the Need for CDN - CloudFront

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 03 - Understanding an Amazon CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 04 - Setting Cache Behaviors for Amazon CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 05 - Creating Private Content with Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 06 - Creating Signed URLs and Cookies with Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 07 - Protecting content in S3 using Amazon CloudFront OAI

  • Step 08 - 01 - Creating a CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 08 - 02 - Exploring CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 09 - Recommended Architecture for Static Content in AWS

  • Step 10 - Quick Review of Amazon CloudFront

Getting Started - Route 53

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Route 53 - AWS Domain Registrar and DNS

  • Step 02 - Understanding Route 53 - DNS Records and Alias Records

  • Step 03 - Understanding Route 53 Routing Policies

  • Step 04 - Creating a Hosted Zone with Route 53 and Exploring Routing Policies

  • Step 05 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 1

  • Step 06 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 2

  • Step 07 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 3

Getting Started - DevOps in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with DevOps

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with CI-CD - Continous Integration and Deployment

  • Step 03 - Understanding DevOps Tools in AWS - CI-CD

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with IAC - Infrastructure as Code

  • Step 05 - Understanding DevOps Tools in AWS - IAC - CloudFormation and SAM

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with AWS CodeCommit

  • Step 07 - Playing with AWS CodeCommit

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with AWS CodeBuild

  • Step 09 - Understanding AWS CodeBuild Buildspec file

  • Step 10 - Exploring Docker Example for AWS CodeBuild Buildspec

  • Step 11 - Running AWS CodeBuild in a VPC

  • Step 12 - Getting Started with AWS CodeDeploy

  • Step 13 - Understanding AWS CodeDeploy Deployment Types

  • Step 14 - Understanding AWS CodeDeploy Components

  • Step 15 - Running AWS CodeDeploy on EC2 and On-Premises

  • Step 16 - Running AWS CodeDeploy for Lambda Functions

  • Step 17 - Running AWS CodeDeploy for ECS - Elastic Container Service

  • Step 18 - Exploring CodeDeploy - Order of Hooks Execution

  • Step 19 - Exploring CodeDeploy - Rollbacks

  • Step 20 - Getting started with AWS CodePipeline

  • Step 21 - DevOps with AWS CodePipeline - 01

  • Step 22 - DevOps with AWS CodePipeline - 02

  • Step 23 - Using CodeStar - Develop and Deploy to AWS in Minutes

  • Step 24 - Exploring DevOps Scenarios

Getting Started - AWS CloudFormation

  • Step 01 - Getting started with AWS CloudFormation

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates

  • Step 03 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Terminology

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates - Important Elements

  • Step 05 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Resources

  • Step 06 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Parameters and Pseudo Parameters

  • Step 07 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - CreationPolicy

  • Step 08 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Common Resource Attributes

  • Step 09 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Conditions

  • Step 10 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Mappings

  • Step 11 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Outputs

  • Step 12 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Transform

  • Step 13 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - Ref

  • Step 14 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - GetAtt

  • Step 15 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - FindInMap

  • Step 16 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - Join

  • Step 17 - Understanding Other AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions

  • Step 18 - 01 - Playing with AWS CloudFormation - 01

  • Step 18 - 01 - Playing with AWS CloudFormation - 02

  • Step 18 - 02 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Execution Statuses

  • Step 19 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Cross Stack Reference

  • Step 20 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Nested Stacks

  • Step 21 - Comparing Nested Stacks with Cross Stack

  • Step 22 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation - Stack Set

  • Step 23 - AWS CloudFormation - Important Things to Remember

  • Step 24 - AWS CloudFormation vs Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 25 - Learning more about AWS CloudFormation

Getting Started - SAM

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with SAM - Serverless Application Model

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS SAM - Installing Required Tools

  • Step 03 - Creating and Deploying a Serverless Application with AWS SAM

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS SAM Template

  • Step 05 - Exploring AWS resources created by SAM - Lambda, API Gateway, and CloudFormation Stack

  • Step 06 - Configuring HTTP API Gateway and Exploring Change Sets

  • Step 07 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model Template

  • Step 08 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model CLI Commands

  • Step 09 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model CLI Policy Templates

  • Step 10 - Exploring SAM - Scenario Questions

Going Deeper with EC2

  • Step 01 - Getting started with Scalability - Horizontal and Vertical Scaling

  • Step 02 - Understanding EC2 Tenancy - Shared vs Dedicated

  • Step 03 - Getting started with EC2 Pricing Models

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with EC2 On-Demand and Spot Instances

  • Step 05 - Understanding EC2 Reserved Instances

  • Step 06 - Understanding EC2 Savings Plans

  • Step 07 - Quick Review of EC2 Pricing Models

  • Step 08 - Exploring EC2 Placement Groups

  • Step 09 - Exploring EC2 Placement Groups - Continued

  • Step 10 - Exploring Elastic Network Interface

  • Step 11 - Exploring Elastic Network Interface - Hands-On

  • Step 12 - Monitoring EC2 Instances with Amazon CloudWatch

Getting Started - Block and File Storage in AWS

  • Step 01 - Understanding Storage Types - Block Storage vs File Storage

  • Step 02 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - Instance Store

  • Step 03 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - EBS

  • Step 04 - 01 - Creating EC2 Instances with Elastic Block Storage Volumes

  • Step 04 - 02 - Playing with EC2 Instances and Elastic Block Storage Volumes

  • Step 04 - 03 - Mounting Elastic Block Storage onto an EC2 Instance

  • Step 04 - 04 - Mounting Elastic Block Storage onto an EC2 Instance

  • Step 05 - Exploring Instance Store vs EBS Elastic Block Storage

  • Step 06 - Exploring Elastic Block Storage - HDD vs SSD

  • Step 07 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 1

  • Step 08 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 2

  • Step 09 - Quick Review of AWS Storage Options

  • Step 10 - Exploring AWS Storage Gateway - Hybrid Storage

Getting Started - AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 01 - Introduction to AWS Managed Services - IAAS, PAAS, CAAS, FAAS, and Serverless-27102020

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS Elastic BeanStalk

  • Step 03 - 01 - Creating your first AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment with Python

  • Step 03 - 02 - Exploring AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Concepts

  • Step 05 - Understanding AWS Elastic BeanStalk Web Tier

  • Step 06 - Understanding AWS Elastic BeanStalk Worker Tier

  • Step 07 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Source Bundle

  • Step 08 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Configuration Files

  • Step 09 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Deployment Methods

  • Step 10 - Reviewing AWS Elastic BeanStalk Deployment Methods

  • Step 11 - Deploying New Version to AWS Elastic BeanStalk

  • Step 12 - AWS Elastic BeanStalk - Things to Remember

Getting Started - Container Orchestration with AWS ECS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Microservices and Containers

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Container Orchestration - ECS, Fargate, and Kubernetes

  • Step 03 - Creating your first ECS Fargate cluster

  • Step 04 - Playing with the ECS Farage Cluster - Tasks and Service

  • Step 05 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Clusters

  • Step 06 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Definition

  • Step 07 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Permissions

  • Step 08 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Service

  • Step 09 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Placement

  • Step 10 - ECS - Elastic Container Service - Things to Remember

  • Step 11 - Running Containers in Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 12 - Running Docker Containers in AWS

  • Step 13 - Getting Started with Elastic Container Repository - ECR

  • Step 14 - Exploring Docker Commands - Quick Reference

  • Step 15 - Pushing Docker Images to Elastic Container Repository - ECR

Going Deeper into Serverless with AWS

  • Step 01 - Understanding Event Source Mapping of Lambda Functions

  • Step 02 - Exploring Integration of AWS Lambda with Application Load Balancer

  • Step 03 - Exploring Integration of IAM with Lambda Function - Execution Role

  • Step 04 - Exploring Integration of IAM with Lambda Function - Resource Based Policy

  • Step 05 - Exploring Integration of CloudWatch Logs with Lambda Function

  • Step 06 - Running Lambda Functions in a VPC

  • Step 07 - Exploring API Gateway - CORS Configuration

  • Step 08 - Comparing API Gateway HTTP API vs REST API

  • Step 09 - Exploring API Gateway - Canary Releases

  • Step 10 - Exploring API Gateway - Throttling

  • Step 12 - Integration API Gateway with IAM - Resource-Based Policies

  • Step 13 - Monitoring Your API Gateway

  • Step 14 - Deploying Lambda Functions using CloudFormation - Inline

  • Step 15 - Creating Lambda Deployment Packages

  • Step 16 - Deploying Lambda Functions using CloudFromation - S3

  • Step 17 - Understanding AWS Lambda Quotas

  • Step 18 - Deploying SAM with CodeDeploy

  • Step 19 - Getting Started with AWS AppSync

  • Step 20 - Serverless Orchestration with AWS Step Functions

  • Step 21 - Exploring AWS Step Functions

  • Step 22 - Getting Started with Amazon Simple Workflow Service - SWF

Getting Started - Tracing with X-Ray

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with X-Ray

  • Step 02 - How does Tracing work with X-Ray?

  • Step 03 - Implementing Tracing with X-Ray

  • Step 04 - Sending Traces using X-Ray Daemon

  • Step 05 - Understanding X-Ray hierarchy - Segments and SubSegments

Getting Started - AWS CloudTrail and AWS Config

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS CloudTrail

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS CloudTrail

  • Step 03 - Getting Started with AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

  • Step 04 - Configuring AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

  • Step 05 - Exploring Results from AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

Getting Started - Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 02 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Metrics

  • Step 03 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Dashboards Alarms and Logs

  • Step 04 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Metrics, Events, and Container Insights

  • Step 05 - Understanding Amazon CloudWatch Metrics Terminology

  • Step 06 - Publishing Custom Metrics to Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 07 - Amazon CloudWatch Metrics - Good to Know

  • Step 08 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Logs

  • Step 09 - Collecting Amazon CloudWatch Logs from EC2 and On-Premises

  • Step 10 - Filtering Amazon CloudWatch Logs and Generating Metrics

  • Step 11 - 01 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Alarms

  • Step 11 - 02 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Alarms - Terminology

  • Step 12 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Events

  • Step 13 - Comparing Amazon CloudWatch Events vs EventBridge

Getting Started - AWS CLI and STS API

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS CLI

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS CLI Options

  • Step 03 - Playing with AWS CLI

  • Step 04 - Exploring Options to log in to AWS CLI

  • Step 05 - Exploring Profiles in AWS CLI

  • Step 06 - Exploring Configuration Precedence in AWS CLI

  • Step 07 - Getting Started with AWS Security Token Service - STS

  • Step 08 - Exploring AWS Security Token Service - STS APIs

Getting Started - CORS and Configuration Management in AWS

  • Step 01 - What is CORS - Cross-Origin Resource Sharing?

  • Step 02 - Implementing CORS in AWS - S3 and API Gateway

  • Step 03 - What is Configuration Management?

  • Step 04 - Configuration Management for AWS Lambda - Environment Variables

  • Step 05 - Configuration Management in AWS - Parameter Store

  • Step 06 - Secrets Management in AWS - AWS Secrets Manager

Getting Started - Caching in AWS

  • Step 01 - What is Caching?

  • Step 02 - Exploring Caching Strategies - Write Through and Lazy Loading

  • Step 03 - Comparing Caching Strategies - Write Through and Lazy Loading

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with Amazon ElastiCache - Memcached and Redis

  • Step 05 - Comparing Amazon ElastiCache - Memcached vs Redis

  • Step 06 - Comparing Amazon ElastiCache vs DAX DynamoDB Accelerator

  • Step 07 - Caching Application Sessions in AWS

More AWS Services

  • Step 00 - Understanding AWS Data Lakes Query in Place Options

  • Step 01 - Exploring Service Quotas

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS Directory Service

  • Step 03 - Exploring AWS Global Accelerator

  • Step 04 - Implementing Conditions in S3 Bucket Policy

Getting Started - Well-Architected Framework

  • Step 01 - Well-Architected Framework - Introduction

  • Step 02 - Well-Architected Framework - Operational Excellence Pillar

  • Step 03 - Well-Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 1

  • Step 04 - Well-Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 2

  • Step 05 - Well-Architected Framework - Reliability Pillar

  • Step 06 - Well-Architected Framework - Loosely Coupled Architectures

  • Step 07 - Well-Architected Framework - Troubleshooting on AWS

  • Step 08 - Well-Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar

  • Step 09 - Well-Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar - Choosing the right solution

  • Step 10 - Well-Architected Framework - Cost Optimization Pillar

  • Step 11 - Shared Responsibility Model - AWS and Customer - Security and Compliance

Getting Ready for AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Step 01 - Recommended Resources - AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Step 02 - Register for - AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Step 03 - My Recommendations for the AWS Certified Developer Associate Exam

  • Step 04 - Congratulations

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in28Minutes Official and Ranga Karanam | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Developer & Solutions Architect

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