AWS Technical Essentials

Course description: AWS Technical Essentials introduces you to essential Amazon Web Services and common solutions. The course covers the fundamental AWS concepts related to compute, database, storage, networking, monitoring, and security. You will start working in AWS through hands-on course experiences. The course covers the concepts necessary to increase your understanding of AWS services, so that you can make informed decisions about solutions that meet business requirements. Throughout the course, you will gain information on how to build, compare, and apply highly available, fault tolerant, scalable, and cost-effective cloud solutions. • Course level: Fundamental • Duration: 240 minutes Activities: This course includes reading text, interactive lessons, videos, demonstrations, and knowledge check questions. Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to do the following: • Describe terminology and concepts related to AWS services. • Navigate the AWS Management Console. • Articulate key concepts of AWS security measures and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). • Distinguish between several AWS compute services, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and AWS Lambda. • Distinguish between several AWS container services, including Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services (Amazon EKS). • Describe AWS database and storage offerings, including Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). • Explore AWS networking services. • Access and configure Amazon CloudWatch monitoring features. Intended audience: This course is intended for the following roles: • Individuals responsible for articulating technical benefits of AWS services to customers • Individuals interested in learning how to get started with AWS • SysOps administrators • Solutions architects • Developers Prerequisites: We recommend that attendees of this course have the following background: • IT experience • Basic knowledge of common data center architectures and components (servers, networking, databases, applications, and so on) • No prior cloud computing or AWS experience is required. Course outline: Course Introduction • Lesson 1: How to Use This Course • Lesson 2: Welcome to the Course • Lesson 3: Meet the Instructors Module 1: Introduction to Amazon Web Services • Lesson 4: What Is AWS? • Lesson 5: AWS Global Infrastructure • Lesson 6: Interacting with AWS • Lesson 7: Security and the AWS Shared Responsibility Model • Lesson 8: Protecting the AWS Root User • Lesson 9: AWS Identity and Access Management • Lesson 10: Demonstration: Implementing Security with IAM • Lesson 11: Hosting the Employee Directory Application on AWS • Lesson 12: Module 1 Knowledge Check Module 2: AWS Compute • Lesson 13: Compute as a Service • Lesson 14: Getting Started with Amazon EC2 • Lesson 15: Amazon EC2 Instance Lifecycle • Lesson 16: Demonstration: Launching the Employee Directory Application on Amazon EC2 • Lesson 17: Container Services • Lesson 18: Introduction to Serverless • Lesson 19: Serverless with AWS Fargate • Lesson 20: Serverless with AWS Lambda • Lesson 21: Choosing the Right Compute Service • Lesson 22: Module 2 Knowledge Check Module 3: AWS Networking • Lesson 23: Introduction to Networking • Lesson 24: Amazon VPC • Lesson 25: Amazon VPC Routing • Lesson 26: Amazon VPC Security • Lesson 27: Demonstration: Relaunching the Employee Directory Application in Amazon EC2 • Lesson 28: Module 3 Knowledge Check Module 4: AWS Storage • Lesson 29: Storage Types • Lesson 30: File Storage with Amazon EFS and Amazon FSx • Lesson 31: Block Storage with Amazon EC2 Instance Store and Amazon EBS • Lesson 32: Object Storage with Amazon S3 • Lesson 33: Choosing the Right Storage Service • Lesson 34: Demonstration: Creating an Amazon S3 Bucket • Lesson 35: Module 4 Knowledge Check Module 5: Databases on AWS • Lesson 36: Introduction to Databases on AWS • Lesson 37: Amazon RDS • Lesson 38: Purpose-Built Databases • Lesson 39: Amazon DynamoDB • Lesson 40: Choosing the Right Database Service • Lesson 41: Demonstration: Implementing and Managing Amazon DynamoDB • Lesson 42: Module 5 Knowledge Check Module 6: Monitoring, Load Balancing, and Scaling • Lesson 43: Monitoring • Lesson 44: Amazon CloudWatch • Lesson 45: Solution Optimization • Lesson 46: Traffic Routing with Elastic Load Balancing • Lesson 47: Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling • Lesson 48: Demonstration: Making the Employee Directory Application Highly Available • Lesson 49: Employee Directory Application Redesign • Lesson 50: Module 6 Knowledge Check What’s New • Lesson 51: Innovation with AWS End of Course Assessment • Lesson 52: End of Course Assessment Thank You and Feedback • Lesson 53: Thank You and Feedback

Amazon Managed Grafana – Getting Started

In this course, you will learn the benefits and technical concepts of Amazon Managed Grafana, a fully managed service based on open-source Grafana. With Amazon Managed Grafana, you can analyze your metrics, logs, and traces without having to provision servers, or configure and update software. You can also avoid the heavy lifting involved in securing and scaling Grafana in production. In addition, you will review the basics of Amazon Managed Grafana and explore the business and technical challenges it can help you solve. • Course level: Fundamental • Duration: 1 hour Activities This course includes presentations, demonstrations, and knowledge checks. Course objectives In this course, you will learn to: • Understand the basic technical concepts of Amazon Managed Grafana. • Understand both the business and technical challenges that Amazon Managed Grafana can address. • Create a workspace, log in to the workspace, and visualize metrics. Intended audience This course is intended for: • Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers, partners, and internal resources who want to better understand how Amazon Managed Grafana can help them operate AWS solutions at scale Prerequisites We recommend that attendees of this course have: • A basic understanding of AWS offerings and the challenges that organizations face when operating • Completed the Getting Started with Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus course Course outline Introduction • Introduction to Amazon Managed Grafana • Architecture and Use Cases Using Amazon Managed Grafana • How Do I Create an Amazon Managed Grafana Workspace? • How Do I Operate in the Amazon Managed Grafana Workspace? • How Do I Query and Analyze Metrics from Amazon Managed Grafana? • How Do I Clean Up Workspace Resources? Resources

AWS Compute Services Overview (Arabic)

خدمات الحوسبة هي العمود الفقري الذي يحرّك أغلب تطبيقات الويب. هي الأساس الذي بُني عليه الكثير من عروض Amazon Web Services (AWS). توفر هذه الدورة التدريبية نظرة عامة عالية المستوى على الفئات الثلاث الرئيسية من خدمات الحوسبة على :AWS • Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) •الحاويات، التي تحتوي على Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) وAmazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) • دون خادم (AWS Lambda) تشمل هذه الدورة التدريبية سيناريو حالة استخدام لمساعدتك على تعلّم كيفية التفرقة بين خيارات الحوسبة المختلفة وكيفية تحديد أفضل خيار حوسبة لعبء عمل معين. • مستوى الدورة التدريبية: تأسيسي • المدة: 40 دقيقة الأنشطة تتضمن هذه الدورة التدريبية دروسًا تفاعلية وأسئلة التحقق من المعرفة. أهداف الدورة التدريبية ستتعلم في هذه الدورة التدريبية ما يلي: • التفرقة بين الثلاث فئات الرئيسية من خيارات حوسبة AWS وهي Amazon EC2 ، والحاويات، ودون خادم • تحديد أفضل خيار حوسبة لعبء عمل معين الجمهور المستهدف • مهندسو السحابات • مهندسو DevOps • موظفو العمليات • المُطوِّرون المتطلبات الأساسية نوصي الحاضرين في هذه الدورة التدريبية بأن يراجعوا ما يلي: • AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentialsأو AWS Technical Essentials مخطط الدورة التدريبية القسم 1: خيارات حوسبة AWS • الدرس 1: سيناريو الدورة التدريبية • فيديو سيناريو الدورة التدريبية • الدرس 2: خيارات حوسبة AWS • تعريف الحوسبة • الحوسبة السحابية • خيارات حوسبة AWS • الدرس 3: تعريف الحوسبة دون خادم • ما هي الحوسبة دون خادم علىAWS Cloud ؟ • التفرقة بين خيارات الحوسبة • المثيلات: Amazon EC2 • دون خادم: Lambda • الحاويات: Amazon ECS وAmazon EKS القسم 2: تحديد خيار الحوسبة الصحيح • الدرس 1: أنواع وميزات الحوسبة • مزايا كل نوع حوسبة • Amazon EC2 • الحاويات • الحوسبة دون خادم • الدرس 2: اختيار خيار حوسبة لعبء عملك • تقييم عبء عملك: أين تبدأ؟ • اعتبارات Amazon EC2 • اعتبارات للحاويات • متى توضع الحاويات في الاعتبار؟ • متى لا تُستخدم الحاويات؟ • الاعتبارات للتطبيقات دون خادم • التحقق من المعرفة • الدرس 3: خيارات الحوسبة الإضافية • ما الذي تستطيع الحوسبة فعله أيضًا؟ • ما هي وظيفةLambda ؟ • ما هي دالةStep ؟ • AWS Batch • AWS Elastic Beanstalk • Amazon Lightsail • كيفية الاختيار بين خيارات الحوسبة القسم 3: الملخص والموارد الإضافية • الدرس 1: ملخص السيناريو • فيديو ملخص سيناريو الدورة التدريبية • الدرس 2: موارد إضافية • موارد حوسبة AWS • تدريب AWS إضاف

The Cloud Architect Role in the AWS Cloud

The Cloud Architect Role in the AWS Cloud micro course introduces you to the Cloud Architect’s purpose and value to an organization. You’ll learn the typical skills and job responsibilities of a Cloud Architect, discover how they often spend their day, and explore how a Cloud Architect approaches a challenge. •Course level: Fundamental •Duration: 10 minutes Activities •This course includes reading text, interactive elements, and a video. Course objectives In this course, you will learn to do the following: •State the purpose and value of a Cloud Architect to an organization. •List the typical job responsibilities and skills of a Cloud Architect. •Discover how a Cloud Architect spends their time during a typical day. •Locate recommended training and certifications for a Cloud Architect. Intended audience This course is intended for the following roles: •Solutions architects •SysOps administrators •Developers Prerequisites We recommend that attendees of this course have the following background: •No prior experience is required. Course outline Course Introduction •Lesson 1: How to Use This Course •Lesson 2: AWS Cloud Architect: audio-only, text-only, and self-guided digital versions •Section 1: Role overview •Section 2: Responsibilities •Section 3: Skills •Section 4: Cloud Architect in action •Section 5: Recommended training and certification

Getting Started with Bottlerocket

Bottlerocket is a Linux-based, open-source operating system that is purpose-built by Amazon Web Services (AWS) for running containers. Bottlerocket includes only the essential software required to run containers and helps secure the underlying software. With Bottlerocket, customers can reduce maintenance overhead and automate their workflows by applying configuration settings consistently as nodes are upgraded or replaced. Course level: Fundamental Duration: 20 minutes Activities This course includes presentations, graphics, and interactive activities. Course objectives In this course, you will learn to: • Understand what Bottlerocket is. • Familiarize yourself with the technical concepts of Bottlerocket for containers. • Use Bottlerocket to architect a cloud solution. • List typical use cases for Bottlerocket. • Recognize the benefits of Bottlerocket. • Show how to use Bottlerocket from the AWS Management Console and through the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI). Intended audience This course is intended for: • Developers • Solutions architects • Cloud practitioners • IT operations engineers • IT professionals • IT leaders Prerequisites None Course outline • Introduction to Bottlerocket • Architecture and Use Cases • How Do I Create a Bottlerocket AMI Cluster for Amazon EKS? • How Do I Create a Bottlerocket AMI Cluster for Amazon ECS? • How Do I Clean Up Resources?

AWS Application Migration Service (AWS MGN) – A Technical Introduction

In this course, you will learn key concepts, basic architecture, and implementation approaches for AWS Application Migration Service. A step-by-step walk-through guides you in the entire process of performing a migration with the service. This training is recommended if you are actively working on migration projects with Application Migration Service or assisting customers in doing so. • Course level: Fundamental • Duration: 2 hours Activities This course includes presentations, hands-on training, and demo videos. Course objectives In this course, you will learn to: • Describe the benefits of migrating to the AWS Cloud using Application Migration Service. • Define terminology and basic concepts. • Describe the keys to a successful implementation. • Configure Application Migration Service to set up initial and continuous data replication. • Perform necessary steps to migrate using the service. Intended audience This course is intended for: • Solutions architects and engineers who perform cloud migrations • IT project managers who are involved in helping migrate existing workloads to the AWS Cloud • Individuals who are part of an organization’s Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) Prerequisites 1. None Course outline • Introduction to AWS Application Migration Service • Preparing for Migration • Migrating Your System • Post-Migration • Resources and Conclusion

Automatically Detect and Mitigate Account Compromise Issues

In this course, you will learn how to deploy a method of detecting and mitigating account compromise issues. The solution uses services such as the AWS Personal Health Dashboard, AWS Lamba, and Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS). The solution can be deployed to any customer, and the course includes sample solution files. • Course level: Fundamental • Duration: 30 minutes Activities This digital course includes presentations, demonstrations, and videos. Course objectives After completing this course, you should be able to: • Define AWS Health service • Recognize how AWS identifies compromise risk • Identify and filter events using Amazon CloudWatch Events rules • Prepare management and member accounts • Deploy a suggested account compromise mitigation solution Intended audience This course is intended for: • Cloud professionals • Security investigators • Software developers • DevOps administrators • IT administrators • Network administrators Prerequisites We recommend that attendees of this course have: • AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner • AWS Certified Security – Specialty Course outline • Overview of existing risk scenarios • Overview of AWS Health • Walkthrough of solution phases – detection, notification, mitigation • Introduction to CloudWatch Events pattern • Introduction to Lambda automatic mitigation • Setting up management accounts • Setting up member accounts • AWS architecture overview of solution • Video walkthrough • Deploying the solution • Additional tips and takeaways • CloudWatch Event Bus permissions

Introduction to AWS Solutions

Course description In this course, we will describe the various capabilities that AWS Solutions offer and how your customers might benefit. You will learn how to save time and reduce development effort by using AWS Solutions for dozens of technical and business problems. In the following videos, we will explore how these different AWS Solutions benefit your customers and how you can implement them. A team of experts will walk you through all the aspects of AWS Solutions. The course includes short knowledge checks at the end of each module and a final assessment at the end. •Course level: Fundamental •Duration: 45 Minutes Activities: This course includes animated videos, interactive content, knowledge checks, and a final assessment. Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to: •Solve common customer problems through appropriate AWS Solutions. •Describe the different types of AWS Solutions and their purpose. •Become familiar with at least one use case for each AWS Solutions asset type. •List the top AWS Solutions Implementations. •Know where to go to learn more. Intended audience: This course is intended for: •Software developers •Cloud architecture designers Prerequisites: We recommend that attendees of this course have: •None Course outline: Module 1: Introduction to AWS Solutions •In this module, we will describe the various capabilities that AWS Solutions offers and how your customers might benefit. •Overview of AWS Solutions •How builders and customers use AWS Solutions •Overview of AWS Solutions asset types •Characteristics of offerings •Objective of AWS Solutions •Brief knowledge check Module 2: AWS Solutions Implementations and AWS Reference Architectures •In this module, we will explore AWS Reference Architectures and AWS Solutions Implementations. AWS Reference Architectures architecture diagrams are used to describe the design, topology, and service interaction of applications built on Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS Solutions Implementations are easily customizable so that specific organization needs can be met. •Overview of AWS Solutions Implementations •Instance Scheduler use case •Overview of AWS Reference Architectures •Brief knowledge check Module 3: AWS Solutions Constructs •In this module, we will explore AWS Solutions Constructs. By starting with Constructs, customers can ensure that their workload contains well-architected components. •Overview of AWS Solutions Constructs •Benefits and objectives linked to AWS Solutions Constructs •Use case for AWS Solutions Constructs •Brief knowledge check Module 4: AWS Professional Services and Partner Offers •In this module, we will explore how the AWS Partner Network serves as an acceleration engine for customers who work with our AWS Partners. These •Partners continually integrate our AWS Solutions to drive their business outcomes. •Overview of AWS Solutions Consulting Offers •Benefits and objectives linked to AWS Solutions Consulting Offers •Use case for AWS Solutions Consulting Offer Airline •Links to bookmark •Brief knowledge check Module 5: AWS Solutions Bringing It All Together •In this module, we will reiterate the four major offerings of AWS Solutions. AWS Solutions provides a wide area of offerings that can benefit your customers regardless of size or industry. •Overview of covered topics •Links to additional resources Module 6: Quiz •Quiz Module 7: Resources •Links to bookmark

AWS Network Connectivity Options

This course is for individuals who seek knowledge of networking on Amazon Web Services (AWS) beyond the foundational level. You will learn about various connectivity options, including how to choose the best way to create a secure, scalable, and highly available network. You will analyze complex network design patterns and learn best practices that are ideal for your organization. •Course level: Intermediate •Duration: 1 Hour 30 Minutes Activities: This course includes written material, video, and knowledge checks. Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to: •Identify a hybrid network cloud architecture to bridge the AWS Cloud with a traditional network infrastructure. •Create complex design patterns using AWS network components. •Predict the implications of choosing select AWS network connectivity options on a global network architecture. •Ensure network resiliency by understanding and applying high-availability architecture strategies. •Apply best practices using a knowledge of AWS network design patterns and architectures. Intended audience: This course is intended for: •Network engineers •Enterprise architects •Infrastructure architects •System Operators •Software engineers •Application architects Prerequisites: We recommend that attendees of this course have 2 years networking experience and 2–5 years AWS experience. In addition, attendees should have a working understanding of: •Business networking, including routing technology, IP addressing, and network security •Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) •Networking standards •Protocol standards •Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model •Network access control list (network ACL) •Switching protocols •Domain Name System (DNS) •Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) Course outline: Module 1: Understanding Connectivity Concepts: •Summarize multi-tier architecture, high availability, and hybrid networks at a basic level. •Describe benefits of multi-tier architecture and multiple virtual private clouds (VPCs). •Describe benefits of high availability in networking. •Describe benefits of a consistent high-performance network. Module 2: Understanding AWS Network Service Offerings: •Describe egress and ingress. •Describe benefits of select AWS network connectivity options including VPC endpoints, VPC peering, and AWS PrivateLink. •Describe benefits of AWS Direct Connect. •Describe benefits of AWS Site-to-Site VPN and AWS Client VPN. •Choose the correct network service for the given use case or scenario. Module 3: Exploring Design Patterns: •Understand design patterns and potential use cases. •Relate hub-and-spoke design patterns to applicable use cases. •Relate hybrid patterns to applicable use cases. •Relate hierarchical and modular patterns to applicable use cases. Module 4: Check Your Understanding: •Recall information from previous modules through interactive knowledge checks. Course Summary: • Summarize key networking concepts learned in this course. • Identify resources to further learning.

AWS DataSync Primer

AWS DataSync makes it simple and fast to move large amounts of data online between on-premises storage and AWS storage services. DataSync also allows you to transfer data between AWS storage services in the AWS Cloud. DataSync supports Amazon S3, Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS), Amazon FSx for Windows File Server, FSx for Lustre, and Amazon FSx for OpenZFS AWS storage services. In this self-paced course, you learn how to get started with AWS DataSync. You discover its benefits, data transfer use cases, and explore how it works. You learn how to use AWS DataSync to transfer your data between your on-premises storage and AWS Cloud storage services, and between AWS Cloud storage services in the AWS Cloud. You learn how the DataSync service works and how to configure the service using the AWS Management Console. Video demonstrations walks you through deploying the DataSync agent, connecting an Amazon EC2 based NFS server, and transferring data to Amazon S3 to help you get started with using DataSync. • Course level: Intermediate • Duration: 1 Hour 5 Minutes Activities This course includes interactive lessons, demonstrations, and knowledge check questions. Course objectives In this course, you will learn to: • Describe DataSync service and use cases. • Explain DataSync features and benefits. • Illustrate DataSync service architectures. • Explain DataSync service components. • Discuss the DataSync file transfer process. • Perform DataSync configuration using the AWS Management Console. Intended audience This course is intended for: • Cloud Architects • Storage Administrators • Storage Engineers • Operations Administrators Prerequisites We recommend that attendees of this course have: • General AWS knowledge (Cloud Practitioner Essentials) • Foundational knowledge of storage technologies Course outline Section 1: Overview • Lesson 1: How to Use This Course • Lesson 2: Course Overview Section 2: DataSync Introduction • Lesson 3: DataSync Service Overview • Lesson 4: DataSync Features and Benefits • Lesson 5: DataSync Use Cases Section 3: Understanding DataSync Service • Lesson 6: DataSync Terminology and Components • Lesson 7: DataSync Architecture • Lesson 8: DataSync Requirements • Lesson 9: DataSync Integration with Other AWS Services Section 4: DataSync Service Pricing • Lesson 10: DataSync Pricing Structure and Examples Section 5: DataSync Configuration Process • Lesson 11: Demonstration Section 6: Knowledge Check • Lesson 11: Knowledge Check Section 7: Additional Resources • Lesson 11: Additional Resources

AWS Lambda Foundations

AWS Lambda is an event-driven, serverless compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. This course focuses on what you need to start building Lambda functions and serverless applications. You learn how AWS Lambda works and how to write and configure Lambda functions. You explore deployment and testing considerations and finally end with a discussion on monitoring and troubleshooting Lambda functions. Course level: Foundational Duration: 120 minutes Activities: This course includes interactive lessons, demonstrations, and knowledge checks. Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to: •Define how Lambda works •Examine Lambda function permissions and security •Demonstrate best practice for writing Lambda functions •Deploy and test your serverless applications •Explore best practices for effective code writing •Monitor and troubleshoot Lambda functions Intended audience: This course is intended for: •Cloud architects •Developers Prerequisites: •This is a foundational level course and appropriate for all learners Course outline: Section 1: Introduction to Serverless •Services in the AWS serverless platform •Examples of serverless architecture •Describe Lambda in comparison to other compute options •Review AWS Lambda features Section 2: How Lambda Works •Types of event sources •Synchronous vs asynchronous event sources •Lambda Destinations •How event sources trigger Lambda functions •Push and polling events •Lifecycles of a Lambda function •Cold and warm starts Section 3: AWS Lambda Function Permissions •Permissions overview •Execution role and examples •VPC-enabled Lambda permissions •PrivateLink •Resource policy examples Section 4: Authoring Lambda Functions •AWS Lambda programming model •Handler method •Best practices for writing code •Lambda console editor •Package code as a container image •Upload via zip, S3, ECR •AWS SAM Section 5: Configuring Your Lambda Functions Concurrency and scaling Concurrency limits Bursting Provisioned concurrency Section 6: Deploying and Testing Serverless Applications •How is serverless deployment different? •Server-based vs serverless deployment •Server-based vs serverless development environments •Versions and aliases for safe deployments •Using publish to make a snapshot •Aliases point to specific version Section 7: Monitoring and Troubleshooting •Monitoring with CloudWatch •CloudWatch metrics •Using CloudWatch Lambda Insights •AWS X-Ray •AWS CloudTrail •Dead Letter Queues (DLQs) •Analyzing cold/warm starts using AWS X-Ray Section 8: Additional resources •Websites •Whitepapers •Blogs •Online serverless workshops •Recorded tech talks

Getting Started with Network Load Balancer (NLB)

In this course, you will learn about the service benefits, typical use cases, and technical concepts of Network Load Balancer. The load balancing service functions at the fourth layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. It distributes incoming TCP/UDP traffic across multiple targets such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, containers, and IP addresses. NLB monitors the health of the targets using health checks and routes traffic only to healthy targets. NLB maintains a single static IP address per Availability Zone and scales as incoming traffic changes, handling up to millions of requests per second. •Course level: Fundamental •Duration: 2 hours Activities: •This course includes presentations, graphics, demonstrations, and practical applications. Course objectives: In this course, you will learn to: •Understand how Network Load Balancer works •Understand technical concepts of Network Load Balancer •List typical use cases for Network Load Balancer •Specify what it would take to implement Network Load Balancer in a real-world scenario •Recognize the benefits of Network Load Balancer •Explain the cost structure of Network Load Balancer •Show how to use Network Load Balancer from the AWS Management Console Intended audience: This course is intended for: •Developers •Solutions architects •Data engineers •Business analysts Prerequisites: We recommend that attendees of this course have: •AWS Technical Essentials Course outline: •Network Load Balancer purpose and functionality •Network Load Balancer in the context of Amazon Web Services (AWS) •Network Load Balancer typical use cases •How to use Network Load Balancer •Network Load Balancer cost structure •Network Load Balancer technical concepts •Network Load Balancer demonstration