This course is about AWS Introduction. You will learn to sign up for an AWS account, AWS free tier, EC2, IAM, S3, AWS security, and other related concepts. The course is a good blend of theory and hands-on.
You will get a conceptual understanding of what AWS is and its overview. Then you will understand the types of services offered by AWS and AWS’s advantages.
Then the next section is about the AWS account. In this section, you will learn how to sign up for an AWS account, budget alert, best practices for an AWS root account, set up MFA, AWS free tier, AWS Billing & Cost Management Dashboard, and access the AWS platform.
The following section discusses AWS cloud infrastructure, regions, and availability zones.
The next section is about EC2. EC2 is an abbreviated form of Elastic Compute Cloud. First, you will learn what EC2 is, how to launch an EC2 instance, set up a web server, and other related concepts about EC2.
The following section is about IAM. IAM is an abbreviated form of Identity and Access Management. In this section, you will learn how to create an AWS user, attach an IAM policy and generate keys required to access AWS programmatically.
The next section is about S3. S3 is an abbreviated form of Simple Storage Service. First, you will get an introduction to S3. You will gain hands-on knowledge about the S3 bucket and how to upload objects on S3.
The following section is about the introduction to AWS security and compliance.
The next section is about the AWS cloud computing platform, which will provide you with an introduction to the AWS cloud computing platform covering many popular AWS services.
You will get hands-on introduction to RDS, DynamoDB, CloudFront, Lambda.
The final section is about Amazon AI/ML services — covers many popular Amazon ML services from an introductory perspective.