AWS MasterClass: Networking And Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) [Video]

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  • Learn about Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) in depth.
  • Learn about various networking components of AWS cloud like VPC, Subnets, Route Tables, Internet Gateways etc.
  • Learn how architect and deploy secure AWS applications.
  • Learn how to protect your AWS cloud resources from external malicious attacks.Learn how to establish connectivity between AWS VPCs.
  • Learn how to provision VPCs using VPC Wizard.
  • Learn how to provision VPCs using AWS CLI.
  • Learn how to provision VPCs using AWS CloudFormation

Cloud computing is growing at an astounding pace and Amazon web services are at the forefront of this technological revolution. They were the first one to launch a publicly available cloud infrastructure and ever since Amazon has been a clear market leader in this space. AWS does provide a very robust and mature network management infrastructure which is ever pervasive in all aspects of the AWS infrastructure. Indeed, it is not necessary to understand the intricate details of these networking details. AWS hides most of these complexities very well. You can simply log in to your AWS management console and start using AWS services. AWS will deploy all the necessary networking components for you in the background automatically. To isolate the cloud environment for each of its users, AWS uses a powerful concept called AWS VPC which stands for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud. It is a virtual private network that enables us to launch AWS resources into a virtual network that we've defined. It is one of the core components of networking infrastructure within the AWS cloud, which allows us to setup our cloud resources security and privately (isolated from all other AWS cloud users). 

Style and Approach

Whether you are an experienced AWS user or are just getting started with cloud computing. You know it is quite easy to get your infrastructure components deployed in the AWS cloud. Here, you will find real actionable information and education in exchange for your time, willingness to learn and a fraction of the cost you will be able to demand as a cloud engineer or consultants.

  • This course teaches you how to build, configure and manage your own Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).
  • The course will start with basics of Virtual Private cloud and then move deeper into details about AWS VPC like:- What exactly is AWS VPC and what are its uses; what are the different types of VPCs supported by AWS; how to build your own Virtual Private Cloud; what are the various components of the AWS VPC; what are subnets, gateways, route tables, internet gateways, and so on;-what are the security mechanisms in the context of AWS VPC.
  • If you are serious about understanding your AWS based cloud infrastructure, then gaining this knowledge about the AWS networking components in conjunction with other tools and frameworks is the only way to go.
  • You will be able to design, architecture, and operationalize your cloud application with more efficiency and confidence.
Course Length 5 hours 34 minutes
ISBN 9781789344981
Date Of Publication 24 Apr 2018


Manuj Aggarwal

Manuj Aggarwal is an entrepreneur, investor, and technology enthusiast. Over the last few years, he has been a business owner, technical architect, CTO, coder, start up consultant, and more. Currently, he is the principal consultant, architect, and CTO of a software consulting company, TetraNoodle Technologies, based in Vancouver, Canada. He works with various start-ups on a number of cutting edge and interesting problems. Whether it is ideation and the refining of your start up idea, or building a dream team to execute the idea, he provides a diverse set of solutions that help these start-ups to succeed in their plans. He has been active in the software industry since 1997, and has worked with early-stage businesses through to Fortune 100 mega-corporations. He is passionate about sharing all the knowledge that he has acquired over the years. He is particularly interested in helping technical and non-technical entrepreneurs, founders, and co-founders of tech start-ups.