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If you are a developer and want to dive right into developing serverless web applications, or a DevOps professional keen to learn how to manage serverless web applications, then this video is a must-have guide.
In this course, through practical working examples, you will learn about the serverless concepts and AWS Lambda’s serverless framework and how to work with its components effectively. The primary goal of serverless apps is to reduce backend clutter and to focus on the code and not on the server. We will show you how to build popular applications that follow this principle.
This course guides you through a faster way to learn the skills you’ll need to utilize AWS Lambda’s serverless infrastructure.
A complete course packed with step-by-step instructions, working examples, and helpful advice. This course is clearly divided into small parts like setup, installation, porting an existing app to serverless AWS Lambda environment and web app deployment that will help you understand each part individually and help you learn at your own pace.
What You Will Learn
- Set up your own AWS environment
- Explore the AWS environment
- Create and process the serverless backend
- Port an existing server-based app to Lambda-based serverless architecture
- Enable and validate web apps in AWS Lambda
- Learn the art of user management on AWS
- Step in serverless databases on AWS
- Deploy the serverless web app
- Clean up by terminating AWS resources
1 The Course Overview
2 Creating Your AWS Account
3 Getting Started with Your AWS Account
4 Setting Up Your Development Environment
5 Understanding Serverless Concepts
6 Introducing Lambda Functions
7 Creating and Configuring Your First Lambda Function
8 Uploading Lambda Functions from a Local Machine
9 Setting Up User Management on AWS
10 Setting Up Serverless Databases on AWS
11 Setting Up AWS IAM Roles for Lambda Functions
12 Coding AWS Lambda Functions to Handle Web App Requests
13 Creating and Deploying a New REST API for Your Lambda Functions
14 Connecting a Web App to AWS API
15 Validating the Web App End to End
16 Cleanup by Terminating AWS Resources