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Best Amazon VPC Courses 2021
Best Amazon VPC Tutorials 2021
AWS Certified Associate (All 3) – VPC Security Mastery
Whether you are new to AWS or preparing for one of the AWS exams, VPC security is a very common exam topic and your understanding of it will definitely be questioned. If you are preparing for AWS Certified Associate (Architect, SysOps, or Developer), it is essential that you fully understand.
This course explains the topics in a very straightforward way and ensures that upon completion you will have a very deep understanding of Security Groups and NACLs and will be able to confidently answer ALL of the exam related questions.
Simple, clear and visual explanation of security group and NACL topics, as well as exam-level scenarios and questions to enhance understanding and assimilation of knowledge.
AWS MasterClass: Networking & Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
Cloud computing is growing at a breakneck pace and Amazon’s web services are at the forefront of this technological revolution. They were the first to launch a publicly accessible cloud infrastructure and since then Amazon has clearly been a market leader in this area. Whether you are an experienced AWS user or just new to cloud computing. You know it is quite easy to deploy your infrastructure components in the AWS Cloud.
But have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes:
When you deploy a new RDS database?
A new EC2 instance?
How AWS Handles the Complexity of Deploying Your Cloud Resources in a Secure and Isolated Environment
How do network packets travel through your cloud infrastructure and how can you and your users access these resources?
If so, we know exactly where you are from.
AWS provides a very robust and mature network management infrastructure that is still ubiquitous in all aspects of the AWS infrastructure. Indeed, it is not necessary to understand the intricate details of these networking details. AWS masks most of these complexities very well. You can simply log into your AWS management console and start using AWS services. AWS will automatically deploy all the necessary network components for you in the background.
But if you let go of the curtain a little and take a look at all the sophisticated components that AWS provides to deploy a secure and robust operating environment, you will gain a much deeper understanding of the AWS Cloud. You will be able to design, architecture and operationalize your cloud application with greater efficiency and confidence.
AWS management tools are working very hard to keep these details from you. But for a cloud architect or cloud administrator responsible for the design and architecture of cloud applications, this deeper understanding of the inner workings of the AWS cloud is essential knowledge.
To isolate the cloud environment for each of its users, AWS uses a powerful concept called AWS VPC.
AWS VPC stands for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud. It is a virtual private network that allows us to launch AWS resources into a virtual network that we have defined. It is one of the main components of the network infrastructure in the AWS Cloud – which allows us to configure the security of our cloud resources and privately (isolated from all other users of the AWS Cloud).
This course teaches you how to create, configure, and manage your own virtual private cloud (VPC). The course will start with the basics of Virtual Private Cloud and then expand into details about AWS VPC, such as:
What exactly is AWS VPC and what are its uses
What are the different types of VPCs supported by AWS
How to create your own virtual private cloud
What are the different components of AWS VPC
What are subnets, gateways, routing tables, internet gateways, etc.
What are the security mechanisms in the context of AWS VPC
If you really want to understand your AWS-based cloud infrastructure, the only way to go is to acquire this knowledge about AWS network components in conjunction with other tools and frameworks. When a startup or tech company looks to implement their software solutions in AWS cloud infrastructure, they are willing to pay big bucks for cloud engineers and consultants to help them manage their cloud infrastructure. In fact, hourly rates for cloud engineers are easily a few hundred dollars an hour. And the demand for these skills is exploding.
Wouldn’t you like to learn these skills and be a part of this cloud computing revolution? Being in high demand and taking your career to the next level?
That’s why today, we’re excited to be able to share with you our new AWS MasterClass: All About AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) training program.
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Amazon Web Services – Understanding the VPC
This course is a short course intended to help students understand the following
Basic networking concepts – IP addresses, CIDR blocks, routing
How to work with the default VPC
Creating EC2 Instances in the Default VPC
Create a custom VPC
Using Security Groups and Network Access Control Lists
Definition of private and public subnets
What is Network Address Translation
Defining a NAT instance and a NAT gateway
What are Bastion Hosts
VPC flow logs