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Documentation and resources for using Amazon Web Services (AWS) are generally rife with technical jargons and concepts that non-engineers find tough to decipher. The Introduction to AWS for Non-Engineers series serves as a bridge between non-engineers and AWS. In this course, the third installment in the series, get a nontechnical introduction to the core services that make up Amazon Web Services (AWS). Instructor Hiroko Nishimura—author of Intro to AWS for Newbies—provides an overview of key AWS technology, including compute, storage, database, and network and content delivery services, as well as management tools. Discover which services you’d use to host your website, which ones you’d use to store videos, and more.
Note: This course also maps to the Technology module of the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam. Taking all four courses in the Introduction to AWS for Non-Engineers series will help you prepare for the exam.
- Compute services, including EC2 and Elastic Beanstalk
- Storage solutions, including S3 and EBS
- AWS databases, including DynamoDB
- Network and content delivery services, including Route 53
- Management tools, including CloudFormation
1 Technology highlights
3 Elastic Beanstalk
4 Elastic Load Balancing
8 Elastic Block Store
10 Storage Gateway
17 Route 53
21 Next steps