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Build and Deploy Responsive Websites on AWS using HTML & CSS

AWS Foundations | IAM | Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) | AWS Storage (EC2) | ELB | ASG | Route 53 | HTML | CSS
Instructor:
YouAccel Training
19,536 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Understanding of the AWS cloud computing platform, its core services, and deployment models.
Familiarity with the AWS Management Console and the AWS command line interface.
Ability to manage users, groups, roles, and policies in IAM to grant and restrict access to AWS resources.
Knowledge of AWS security best practices, including multi-factor authentication, encryption, and audit logging.
Capability to launch, configure, and manage EC2 instances, including creating custom AMIs and working with EBS volumes.
Ability to use ELB to distribute incoming traffic across multiple EC2 instances and ASG to automatically adjust capacity based on demand.
Knowledge of Route 53 to manage DNS and domain names.
Familiarity with basic HTML and CSS for web development.
Ability to create basic HTML pages and style and layout content with CSS.
Understanding of responsive design principles to create web pages that adapt to different screen sizes and devices.
Hands-on experience with labs and projects that reinforce concepts learned in class.
Proficiency in using AWS services to build scalable and secure web applications.
Preparedness to pursue further study in AWS and web development.
Knowledge of best practices for building fault-tolerant and scalable applications.
Ability to work collaboratively and effectively in a team-based environment.

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and web development fundamentals. The first part of the course covers AWS Foundations, which includes an overview of the AWS cloud computing platform, its core services, and the various deployment models. Students will learn how to navigate the AWS Management Console and use the AWS command line interface to manage and provision resources.

The course then dives into IAM: Identity and Access Management, a fundamental concept in AWS security. Students will learn how to manage users, groups, roles, and policies to grant and restrict access to AWS resources. They will also explore AWS security best practices, including multi-factor authentication, encryption, and audit logging.

Next, the course covers Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), a core AWS service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. Students learn how to launch, configure, and manage EC2 instances, including choosing the right instance type, creating custom Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), and working with Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes.

The course then moves on to AWS Storage (EC2), which covers the various storage options available in AWS. Students will learn about Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), Elastic File System (EFS), and Amazon Glacier, and how to use them to store and retrieve data in the cloud.

From there, we dive into ELB, ASG, and Route 53, which are essential AWS services for building scalable and fault-tolerant applications. Students learn how to use Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) to distribute incoming traffic across multiple EC2 instances, Auto Scaling Groups (ASG) to automatically adjust capacity based on demand, and Route 53 to manage DNS and domain names.

Finally, the course introduces HTML and CSS Foundations, the building blocks of modern web development. Students will learn how to create basic HTML pages and use CSS to style and layout content. They will also explore responsive design principles and learn how to create web pages that adapt to different screen sizes and devices.

Throughout the course, students will work on hands-on labs and projects that reinforce the concepts we explore. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of AWS fundamentals, web development basics, and how to use AWS services to build scalable and secure web applications. They will also be well-prepared to pursue further study in AWS and web development.

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13 hours on-demand video
Certificate of Completion