Learning AWS
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Learning AWS

Aurobindo Sarkar, Amit Shah

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Learning AWS

Aurobindo Sarkar, Amit Shah

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This book is targeted at expert programmers and architects wanting to learn AWS. Some familiarity with Spring, MySQL, and RESTful web services is assumed.

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Année
2015
ISBN
9781784394639
Édition
1
Sous-sujet
Cloud Computing

Learning AWS


Table of Contents

Learning AWS
Credits
About the Authors
About the Reviewers
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Preface
What this book covers
What you need for this book
Who this book is for
Conventions
Reader feedback
Customer support
Errata
Piracy
Questions
1. Cloud 101 – Understanding the Basics
What is cloud computing?
Public, private, and hybrid clouds
Cloud service models – IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS
Setting up your AWS account
The AWS management console
Summary
2. Designing Cloud Applications – An Architect's Perspective
Multi-tier architecture
Designing for multi-tenancy
Data security
Data extensibility
Application multi-tenancy
Designing for scale
Automating infrastructure
Designing for failure
Designing for parallel processing
Designing for performance
Designing for eventual consistency
Estimating your cloud computing costs
A typical e-commerce web application
Setting up our development environment
Running the application
Building a WAR file for deployment
Summary
3. AWS Components, Cost Model, and Application Development Environments
AWS components
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
Amazon S3
Amazon EBS
Amazon CloudFront
Amazon Glacier
Amazon RDS
Amazon DynamoDB
Amazon ElastiCache
Amazon Simple Queue Service
Amazon Simple Notification Service
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud
Amazon Route 53
AWS Identity and Access Management
Amazon CloudWatch
Other AWS services
Optimizing cloud infrastructure costs
Choosing the right EC2 instance
Turn-off unused instances
Use auto scaling
Use reserved instances
Use spot instances
Use Amazon S3 storage classes
Reducing database costs
Using AWS services
Cost monitoring and analysis
Application development environments
Development environments
QA/Test environment
Staging environment
Production environment
Setting up the AWS infrastructure
The AWS cloud deployment architecture
AWS cloud construction
Creating security groups
Creating EC2 instance key pairs
Creating Roles
Creating an EC2 Instance
Elastic IPs (EIP)
Amazon Relational Database Service
Software stack installation
Summary
4. Designing for and Implementing Scalability
Defining scalability objectives
Designing scalable application architectures
Using AWS services for out-of-the-box scalability
Using a scale-out approach
Implement loosely coupled components
Implement asynchronous processing
Leveraging AWS infrastructure services for scalability
Using AWS CloudFront to distribute content
Using AWS ELB to scale without service interruptions
Implementing auto scaling using AWS CloudWatch
Scaling data services
Scaling proactively
Setting up auto scaling
AWS auto scaling construction
Creating an AMI
Creating Elastic Load Balancer
Creating a launch configuration
Creating an auto scaling group
Testing auto scaling group
Scripting auto scaling
Creating an AMI
Creating an Elastic Load Balancer
Creating launch configuration
Creating an auto scaling group
Summary
5. Designing for and Implementing High Availability
Defining availability objectives
The nature of failures
Setting up VPC for high availability
Using ELB and Route 53 for high availability
Instance availability
Zonal availability or availability zone redundancy
Regional availability or regional redundancy
Setting up high availability for application and data layers
Implementing high availability in the application
Using AWS for disaster recovery
Using a backup and restore DR strategy
Using a Pilot Light architecture for DR
Using a warm standby architecture for DR
Using a multi-site architecture for DR
Testing a disaster recovery strategy
Setting up high availability
The AWS high availability architecture
HA support for auto scaling groups
HA support for ELB
HA support for RDS
Summary
6. Designing for and Implementing Security
Defining security objectives
Understanding security responsibilities
Best practices in implementing AWS security
Implementing identity lifecycle management
Tracking the AWS API activity using CloudTrail
Logging for security analysis
Using third-party security solutions
Reviewing and auditing security configuration
Setting up security
AWS IAM – Securing your Infrastructure
IAM roles
AWS Key Management Service
Creating the KMS key
Using the KMS key
Application security
Transport security
Generating self-signed certificates
Configure ELB for SSL
Secure data-at-rest
Secure data on S3
Using the S3 console for server-side encryption
Using Java SDK for server-side encryption
Secure data on RDS
Summary
7. Deploying to Production and Going Live
Managing infrastructure, deployments, and support at scale
Creating and managing AWS environments using CloudFormation
Creating CloudFormation templates
Building a DevOps pipeline with CloudFormation
Updating stacks
Extending CloudFormation
Using CloudWatch for monitoring
Using AWS solutions for backup and archiving
Planning for production go-live activities
Setting up for production
The AWS production deployment architecture
VPC subnets
Private subnet
Bastion subnet
Bastion host
Security groups
Infrastructure as code
Setting up CloudFormation
Executing the CloudFormation script
Via the command line
Via the Amazon web console
Centralized logging
Setting up CloudWatch
Summary
Index

Learning AWS

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Authors
Aurobindo Sarkar
Amit Shah
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Normes de citation pour Learning AWS

APA 6 Citation

Shah, A. (2015). Learning AWS (1st ed.). Packt Publishing. Retrieved from https://www.perlego.com/book/4027/learning-aws-pdf (Original work published 2015)

Chicago Citation

Shah, Amit. (2015) 2015. Learning AWS. 1st ed. Packt Publishing. https://www.perlego.com/book/4027/learning-aws-pdf.

Harvard Citation

Shah, A. (2015) Learning AWS. 1st edn. Packt Publishing. Available at: https://www.perlego.com/book/4027/learning-aws-pdf (Accessed: 14 October 2022).

MLA 7 Citation

Shah, Amit. Learning AWS. 1st ed. Packt Publishing, 2015. Web. 14 Oct. 2022.