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The cloud has transformed the way that organizations manage their infrastructure. The revolutionary new Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) natively supports major cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, enabling our customers to effortlessly deploy and scale workloads while protecting data and keeping costs under control.

Despite the many benefits the cloud makes possible, getting started with the cloud can be challenging. Not only are there multiple cloud providers, the fact that AWS alone offers more than 175 distinct services illustrates how simply finding the relevant services can be an overwhelming task.

Our AWS Fundamentals for CDP Public Cloud training course was designed to solve exactly this problem. During this course, you'll learn the key concepts behind cloud infrastructure, including the benefits, tradeoffs, and costs associated with running your workloads in the cloud. You'll also learn about the specific services, such as EC2 and S3, that are relevant to running Cloudera's products and services on AWS. 

What You Will Learn

Students who successfully complete this course will come to understand the advantages of deploying infrastructure as a service in the cloud. You will be able to:

  • Understand the advantages of deploying infrastructure as a service in the cloud
  • Estimate and optimize the cost of running services in the cloud
  • Secure cloud resources
  • Create and manage a network in the cloud
  • Deploy, modify, and delete new resources in the cloud
  • Deploy and manage compute resources
  • Store data in the cloud using object stores and databases
  • Create and work with cloud managed services
  • Deploy infrastructure programmatically

What to Expect

This course is best suited to system administrators and architects with basic Linux command line knowledge and an understanding of Cloudera cluster deployment. 

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Course Contents

An Overview of the Cloud with Cloudera

  • Cloud Fundamentals
  • Evolution from the Data Center to the Cloud
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Getting Started with the Cloud

  • Getting Started with AWS
  • AWS Management Console
  • AWS Account and Resource Identifiers
  • AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)

Estimating, Managing, and Monitoring Costs

  • Cloud Economics: Understanding Costs
  • Estimating Cost
  • Controlling and Viewing Costs

Understanding Cloud Security: Amazon Web Services

  • Security in the Cloud
  • Security Credentials
  • Permissions and Policies
  • Identity Access Management (IAM)
  • AWS Access Keys 
  • Amazon EC2 Key Pairs 
  • AWS Key Management Service (KMS)

Regions and Availability Zones

  • Picking a Location: Regions and Availability Zones

Networking

  • Private Networks in the Cloud: VPCs and Subnets 
  • External Networking: Route 53, Elastic IPs, and ELB

Computing Power in AWS

  • Computing Power with Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2)
  • Running Containers with the Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
  • Monitoring EC2 Instances with CloudWatch Logs

Protecting Your Infrastructure: Security Groups & Network ACLs

  • Protecting Your EC2 Instances: Security Groups
  • Protecting Your Subnets: Network ACLs
  • Comparing Security Groups and Network ACLs

Storing Files and Objects: Instance Store, EBS and S3

  • Storing Files and Objects in the Cloud
  • Amazon EC2 Instance Store
  • Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)
  • Amazon Elastic File System (EFS)
  • Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
  • Understanding and Comparing S3 and HDFS

Storing Relational and Key-Value Data: Amazon RDS and DynamoDB

  • Databases and Key Value Stores
  • Storing Relational Data: Amazon RDS
  • Storing Key-Value Data: Amazon DynamoDB

Migrating Data to the Cloud

  • Migrating Data to the Cloud

Modeling Infrastructure Using AWS CloudFormation

  • Modeling Infrastructure with AWS CloudFormation

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