EM318 Developing infrastructure for AWS
Duration: 5 days
It is common for new applications to be developed with the cloud in mind and with cloud-based environments as the intended deployment environment. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a very popular option for the deployment of scalable software solutions that can be used globally and that can be scaled to very large numbers of users as necessary. But cloud environments can be very different from traditional software development and deployment approaches, and many things in the cloud are done differently or should be done differently in order to maximize the cloud environment and its approach. In this module, we will consider the nature and structure of the Amazon cloud and the AWS deployment infrastructure. We will design, develop and deploy actual programs to an AWS account in order to understand the functionality. We will write CloudFormation scripts and consider common AWS products (EC2, S3, ECS, Fargate, Lambda) to have a practical view on how the cloud environment works. At the end of this module, attendees should be able to practically work in the AWS cloud environment and have a good foundation for continued learning in this field.
Emerge Trainings acknowledges your hard work. All participants that complete this training receive a Certificate of Completion. Depending on the training solution that your company has selected, morning and afternoon snacks, lunch, cloud servers, student manuals and venue may also be included.
The inclusions may vary for public and private training runs.
All Emerge trainings can be conducted in different locations globally.
For public trainings, the venue details will be included in the announcement for the training run. The training venue could be in Emerge Training rooms, shared facilities, hotels, conference rooms, event places, academic computer rooms and/or other similar venues.
For private trainings, the venue will depend on the company’s preference. Companies may choose hotels, event places, on-premise training rooms and conference rooms. Trainings could also be conducted in a virtual classroom.