This friendly, fast-paced guide is perfect for anyone puzzled by the cloud! Learn the fundamentals of Amazon Web Services, and be ready to ace your AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Exam.
AWS for Non-engineers is an absolute beginner’s guide to Amazon Web Services, the most popular cloud platform. It provides a comprehensive introduction to cloud computing concepts without any confusing technical jargon.
You’ll learn how AWS and cloud computing can bring value to your business, how the cloud is different from “legacy” IT, and about the core AWS services you can use right out of the box. AWS for Non-engineers is also designed to help you ace the entry-level AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Exam and add a great cloud credential to your resume!
AWS for Non-Engineers brief contents contents preface acknowledgments about this book Who should read this book How this book is organized: A road map liveBook discussion forum Other online resources about the author about the cover illustration Chapter 1: Introduction to cloud computing and Amazon Web Services 1.1 What is cloud computing? 1.2 Why cloud computing? 1.3 When should I use or not use cloud computing? 1.3.1 When should I use cloud computing? 1.3.2 When should I not use cloud computing? 1.4 Conceptualizing cloud computing and AWS 1.4.1 Cloud computing, AWS, and you 1.4.2 Breaking down AWS 1.5 AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam (CLF-C01) 1.5.1 The four domains 1.5.2 Studying for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam Chapter 2: Introduction to cloud concepts 2.1 Cloud concepts introduced 2.2 Advantages of cloud computing 2.2.1 Trade capital expenses for variable expenses 2.2.2 Benefit from massive economies of scale 2.2.3 Stop guessing capacity 2.2.4 Increase speed and agility 2.2.5 Stop spending money running and maintaining data centers 2.2.6 Go global in minutes 2.2.7 Section quiz 2.3 Types of cloud computing models 2.3.1 Software as a Service 2.3.2 Platform as a Service 2.3.3 Infrastructure as a Service 2.3.4 Section quiz 2.4 Types of cloud computing deployments 2.4.1 Cloud/cloud-native deployment 2.4.2 Hybrid deployment 2.4.3 On-premises deployment 2.4.4 Section quiz 2.5 Pillars of the Well-Architected Framework 2.5.1 Operational excellence 2.5.2 Security 2.5.3 Reliability 2.5.4 Performance efficiency 2.5.5 Cost optimization 2.5.6 Sustainability 2.5.7 Section quiz Chapter 3: Deploying and operating in AWS global infrastructure 3.1 Hosting IT infrastructure on AWS 3.2 Deploying and operating in AWS 3.2.1 Interacting with the AWS Cloud 3.2.2 Deploying in the AWS Cloud 3.2.3 Connectivity options in the AWS Cloud 3.2.4 Section quiz 3.3 AWS global infrastructure 3.3.1 Regions 3.3.2 Availability Zones 3.3.3 Edge Locations 3.3.4 Section quiz Chapter 4: Core AWS ser vices 4.1 Compute services 4.1.1 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud 4.1.2 AWS Elastic Beanstalk 4.1.3 Elastic Load Balancing 4.1.4 AWS Lambda 4.1.5 Amazon Elastic Container Service 4.1.6 Section quiz 4.2 Storage services 4.2.1 Amazon Simple Storage Service 4.2.2 Amazon Elastic Block Store 4.2.3 AWS Snowball 4.2.4 AWS Storage Gateway 4.2.5 Amazon Elastic File System 4.2.6 Section quiz 4.3 Database services 4.3.1 Amazon Relational Database Service 4.3.2 Amazon DynamoDB 4.3.3 Amazon Redshift 4.3.4 Section quiz 4.4 Networking and content delivery services 4.4.1 Amazon Route 4.4.2 Section quiz 4.5 Management tools 4.5.1 AWS CloudFormation 4.5.2 AWS CloudTrail 4.5.3 Amazon CloudWatch 4.5.4 AWS Config 4.5.5 AWS Trusted Advisor 4.5.6 Section quiz Chapter 5: Security and compliance 5.1 Security and compliance concepts 5.1.1 Shared responsibility model 5.1.2 A Well-Architected Framework 5.1.3 Principle of least privilege 5.1.4 Section quiz 5.2 Security services 5.2.1 AWS Identity and Access Management 5.2.2 AWS Web Application Firewall 5.2.3 AWS Shield 5.2.4 Amazon Inspector 5.2.5 AWS Trusted Advisor 5.2.6 Amazon GuardDuty 5.2.7 Section quiz Chapter 6: Billing and pricing 6.1 AWS billing and pricing concepts 6.1.1 Types of AWS pricing models 6.1.2 AWS Free Tier 6.1.3 AWS Billing Dashboard 6.1.4 Consolidated billing 6.1.5 AWS cost calculators 6.1.6 Section quiz 6.2 AWS support plans 6.2.1 The Basic Support Plan 6.2.2 The Developer Support Plan 6.2.3 The Business Support Plan 6.2.4 The Enterprise On-Ramp Support Plan 6.2.5 The Enterprise Support Plan 6.2.6 Evaluating support plan options 6.2.7 Section quiz Chapter 7: AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam (CLF-C01) 7.1 Introducing the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam 7.1.1 Why should I take the certification exam? 7.1.2 Official exam prep resources 7.1.3 Finding AWS support 7.1.4 Target candidate description 7.1.5 Exam quick facts 7.2 The four domains 7.2.1 Domain 1: Cloud Concepts 7.2.2 Domain 2: Security and Compliance 7.2.3 Domain 3: Technology 7.2.4 Domain 4: Billing and Pricing 7.3 AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam study aids 7.3.1 Cloud concepts in a flash 7.3.2 Core AWS services flashcards 7.3.3 AWS support plans index A B C D E G H I M N O P R S T V W
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