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Some services & workflows that help with container management, orchestration, & infra
Some services and workflows that help with Batch processing in AWS.
Let's learn how to balance this load, shall we
bits about MySQL architecture
Polishing up my knowledge on how networking is structured in AWS
Actions taken by a user, role, or an AWS service are recorded as events in CloudTrail. Events include actions taken in the AWS Management Console, AWS Command Line Interface, and AWS SDKs and APIs.
Highly available DNS Service from AWS
Logs, Metrics, Alarms, Events, & Dashboards
Infrastructure as Code. Cool kids sh*t😎
Simple Storage Service
Characteristics of the cloud According to NIST: On-demand self-service: Can provision capabilities as needed, without needing human interaction Broad Network Access: Available over the network and accessed through standard mechanisms (like http) Resource Pooling: No control or knowledge of the exact location of the resources. Resources are pooled to serve multiple consumers using a multi-tenant model Rapid Elasticity: Capabilities can be elastically provisioned and released rapidly, to keep up with demand.…
IAM provides Identity for anything requiring long term AWS access. Humans, services, or applications (these are referred to as principals).
Something I learnt today. Maybe more than one thing👾Been Learning AWS stuffs from Adrian Cantrill lately, been fun.
Some notes from the learn with Cantrill course
Mixed bag of articles, blog posts, videos, docs.
Some notes from udemy course "AWS AppSync & Amplify with React & GraphQL"
I studied networking once upon a time, and I need to brush up those lessons as they're applicable to AWS Solutions Architect learnings.
How Route 53 uses Shuffle Sharding to improve availability when assigning customers to virtual name servers.
Some notes from the Well-Architected Framework whitepaper
Top level AWS notes & resources. Mostly focused on Solutions Architect Associate