Amazon Web Services are a comprehensive set of services that help you build and deploy better software. There are over 25 data centers hosting more than 1.4 million servers. This vast computing power is used to host services as diverse as on-demand computation, file storage, databases, application services and infrastructure management.
In our new course, Explore Amazon Web Services, you'll learn about some of the services that you should be aware of if you're involved in web application development or operations. One or more of these popular services might just come in handy for your future projects, professional or personal.
What You’ll Learn
Tuts+ instructor Markus Mühlberger will take you through some of the most useful AWS services, including:
- EC2: Amazon's Virtual Servers
- EC2 Container Services: Docker on Amazon
- Lambda: Event-Based Code Execution
- SQS: Message Queues
- SNS: Push Notifications
- DynamoDB: A NoSQL Data Store
- SES: Email Delivery
- CloudFront: Content Distribution
- Route 53: DNS Servers
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