71 Continuous Scaling AWS Lambda Serverless Compute AWS Lambda Video

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71 Continuous Scaling AWS Lambda: Serverless Compute AWS Lambda Video (3:01) No servers to manage Pay only for compute time used
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72 Building modular, scalable, lightweight applications Serverless data processing on demand Perform data validation, filtering, sorting, or other transformations. Image thumb-nailing, in-app activity, website clicks, or output from devices AWS Lambda Use Cases:
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73 Compute Knowledge Check
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74 Question 1 You are currently hosting an infrastructure and most of the EC2 instances are near 90 - 100% utilized. What is the type of EC2 instances you would utilize to ensure costs are minimized? A. Reserved instances B. On-demand instances C. Spot instances D. Regular instances
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75 Question 2 You work for a company that is planning on using the AWS EC2 service. They currently create golden images of their deployed operating system. Which of the following correspond to a golden image in AWS? A. EBS Volumes B. EBS Snapshots C. Amazon Machines Images D. EC2 Copies
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76 Question 3 Which of the following services relates the concept of "scaling up resources based on demand"? A. Auto Scaling B. Elastic Load Balancer C. VPC D. Subnet
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77 Compute: Summary Cloud Hierarchy Multi-AZ Elastic Compute Cloud EC2 Amazon Machine Image AMI EC2 Family Pricing Strategy Accessing AWS Resources Autoscaling Elastic Container Services - ECS Lambda
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78 AWS Storage Services Amazon EC2 Amazon ECS AWS Lambda Auto Scaling Compute Amazon RDS Amazon DynamoDB Amazon Aurora Amazon ElastiCache Databases Security IAM AWS KMS AWS Shield AWS WAF Elastic Load Balancing* Amazon VPC* Amazon Route 53 VPN connection Application Load Balancer AWS Direct Connect Networking Storage Amazon S3 Amazon Glacier Amazon EBS Amazon CloudWatch AWS CloudFormation AWS CloudTrail AWS Config Management Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Amazon EFS Amazon Storage Gateway
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79 Amazon EFS File Amazon EBS Amazon EC2 Instance Store Block Amazon S3 Amazon Glacier Object Data Transfer AWS Direct Connect AWS Snowball ISV Connectors Amazon Kinesis Firehose S3 Transfer Acceleration Storage Gateway Storage Options
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What is Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)? EBS volume Availability Zone AWS region EC2 instance Block storage as a service Create, attach volumes through an API Service accessed over the network Volume and instance must be in the same AZ Detach and attach between instances
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82 EBS Volume Types General Purpose SSD gp2 Provisioned IOPS SSD io1 Throughput Optimized HDD st1 Cold HDD sc1 SSD HDD
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83 Boot and data volumes can be encrypted Attach both encrypted and unencrypted No volume performance impact Supported by all Amazon EBS volume types Snapshots also encrypted EBS Encryption Encryption
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84 Amazon EBS Snapshot Amazon EBS volume Point-in-time backup Stored in Amazon S3 (low cost and high durability backup of data) Snapshots can be used to create new volumes Amazon EBS snapshot
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85 Fully managed No hardware, network, file layer No need to provision storage in advance Create a scalable file system in seconds!
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