Managing Applications in AWS

There is no doubt that cloud-based services are growing day by day. On top of that, there is no doubt that Amazon Web Services is the largest provider of such services.

If you’re in tech and managing applications, chances are you’re already working with one or more AWS services.

Are you about to explore deploying apps with Elastic Beanstalk? Or are you looking to brush up on skills administering applications that have already been deployed?

Or is it serverless applications using AWS Lambda that are your bag at the moment?

Is it big data and batch processing? Then maybe your first port of call is AWS Batch?

Co-ordinating components? That’s AWS Step Functions.

And of course, there’s trust old S3 buckets and the ultimately powerful Amazon API Gateway.

Whatever it is, you may find this week’s free Pluralsight course on Managing Applications in AWS by Jasenko Krejic to be just what you’re looking for.

You can learn how to use new Amazon serverless technologies, presented in a clear and consistent way, with practical demonstrations directly in the AWS console.

Amazon Web Services is gaining ground and creating new services almost on a daily basis, and technologies such as Elastic Beanstalk, Lambda, and Step Functions are their cutting-edge products. In this course, Managing Applications in AWS, you will gain the ability to manage applications in 5 different technologies. First, you will learn how to manage all aspects of serverless application platforms such as Elastic Beanstalk and Lambda. Next, you will discover batch computing with AWS Batch and create workflows with AWS Step functions. Finally, you will explore how to connect external users to internal AWS services using AWS API Gateway. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of above-mentioned serverless technologies needed to manage all aspects of running applications in the cloud with AWS.

Jasenko Krejic

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