AWS for System Administrators: Build, automate and manage your infrastructure (True PDF, EPUB, MOBI)

AWS for System Administrators: Build, automate and manage your infrastructure (True PDF, EPUB, MOBI)
English | 2021 | ISBN: ‎ 1800201532 | 388 pages | True (PDF EPUB MOBI) | 95.9 MB


Take your AWS SysOps skills to the next level by learning infrastructure automation techniques using CloudFormation, Terraform, and Boto3
Key Features

Explore AWS automation using CloudFormation, Terraform, and Boto3
Leverage AWS to make your infrastructure flexible and highly available
Discover various AWS features for building a secure and reliable environment to host your application

Book Description

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most popular and efficient cloud platforms for administering and deploying your applications to make them resilient and robust. AWS for System Administrators will help you to learn several advanced cloud administration concepts for deploying, managing, and operating highly available systems on AWS.

Starting with the fundamentals of identity and access management (IAM) for securing your environment, this book will gradually take you through AWS networking and monitoring tools. As you make your way through the chapters, you'll get to grips with VPC, EC2, load balancer, Auto Scaling, RDS database, and data management. The book will also show you how to initiate AWS automated backups and store and keep track of log files. Later, you'll work with AWS APIs and understand how to use them along with CloudFormation, Python Boto3 Script, and Terraform to automate infrastructure.

By the end of this AWS book, you'll be ready to build your two-tier startup with all the necessary infrastructure, monitoring, and logging components in place.
What you will learn

Adopt a security-first approach by giving users minimum access using IAM policies
Build your first Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance using the AWS CLI, Boto3, and Terraform
Set up your datacenter in AWS Cloud using VPC
Scale your application based on demand using Auto Scaling
Monitor services using CloudWatch and SNS
Work with centralized logs for analysis (CloudWatch Logs)
Back up your data using Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Data Lifecycle Manager, and AWS Backup

Who this book is for

This Amazon Web Services book is for system administrators and solution architects who want to build highly available and flexible AWS Cloud platforms for their applications. Software engineers and programmers looking to deploy their applications to AWS Cloud will also find this book useful. Basic knowledge of Linux and AWS is necessary to get started.
Table of Contents

Setting Up the AWS Environment
Protecting Your AWS Account Using IAM
Creating a Data Center in the Cloud Using VPC
Scalable Compute Capacity in the Cloud via EC2
Increasing an Application's Fault Tolerance with Elastic Load Balancing
Increasing Application Performance using AWS Auto Scaling
Creating a Relational Database in the Cloud using AWS Relational Database Service (RDS)
Monitoring AWS Services Using CloudWatch and SNS
Centralizing Logs for Analysis
Centralizing Cloud Backup Solution
AWS Disaster Recovery Solutions
AWS Tips and Tricks

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