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AWS Webinars

Recorded webinars

Coming soon:
AWS Discovery days – September 17, 2020
How to Manage Your AWS costs – June 25, 2020
From Zero to Hero: How to move from beginner to continual master of AWS – February 20, 2020



Kubernetes made easier: Explore the AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service

Presenter: Michael Forrester
Recording date: April 29, 2020
Duration: 1.5 hours

Description: Kubernetes is all the rage nowadays with pundits exclaiming its multi-cloud and DevOps-native attributes. But what if you are new to the Kubernetes landscape and are already using AWS? When AWS first released its Elastic Kubernetes Service in June 2018, it was an underwhelming release that didn’t add much value to a plain vanilla K8s installation. Fast forward to 2020 and the Elastic Kubernetes Service has made incredible strides in features and value-add. With the recent addition of Fargate as a launch type, EKS has transformed into a most hassle-free service that is supported by an amazing surge of adoption in 2019 per recent research. Come and explore this rich K8s service with a short demo highlighting how quickly and easily you can deploy a production-grade cluster on AWS.

Related courses: WA2961 EKS Hands On Workshop for EKS Adepts


Unraveling the AWS Service Buffet: Where do I host my application and my data?

Presenter: Michael Forrester
Recording date: January 17, 2020
Duration: 2 hours

Description: In this webinar infrastructure specialist Michael Forrester will walk you through the various Application Hosting and Datastore services that AWS offers. Confused by the latest offerings coming out of ReInvent? Unsure of whether to go for containers, kubernetes, or virtual machines? What are the key technical differences between DynamoDB and DocumentDB? These questions and more will be answered as Michael guides you through a simple technical and value rubric that explains which AWS services to use for your Application and Data hosting, depending on your use cases.

Which AWS Certification is Right for You?

Presenter: Marko Sluga
Recording date: July 22, 2019
Duration: 1 hour

Description: The webinar is designed to overview the AWS training certification portfolio and give the attendees a starting point to choosing their learning goal while also giving them pointers on the knowledge requirements and which training to take to achieve the goal.

The presentation opens with an overview of the AWS training and certification portfolio and follows up with a comprehensive overview of the certification requirements and recommended certification paths. Additionally focus will be given to the training paths that match the certification levels followed by a discussion on content alignment and training caveats. We will also be presenting how to solve the caveats and how to use the WebAge custom workshops and the hackathon approach which can help shorten the process and ensure top results for any students attempting the AWS certification exams.

The webinar will close off with an extensive question period that will allow attendees to ask questions and discuss their scenarios with our experts.

Related courses: WA2832 AWS Practitioner Exam Prep Course

AWS DevOps certification

Presenter: Marko Sluga
Recording date: April 30, 2019
Duration: 1 hour

Description: The webinar is geared towards preparing the students for the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional exam. The approach to the webinar is to focus on areas of knowledge that are directly related to the exam and is intended to provide the students with an overview of the knowledge requirements for passing the exam.

The outline will focus on examining the following skills;
• Understanding the CI/CD software development methodology
• Understanding of automation in development and operations
• Understanding and implementing infrastructure as code concepts
• Understanding of high availability, scalability and resilience
• Understanding of monitoring, logging and troubleshooting

The webinar will also give an overview of sample cases and questions that students might see in the exam itself to provide the understanding of the question structure and the approach to finding the correct answer in the question details provided. The questions will cover the following domains of knowledge:
• Domain 1: Continuous Delivery and Process Automation
• Domain 2: High Availability and Elasticity
• Domain 3: Cost Saving Practices
• Domain4: Security Governance and Validation
• Domain 5: Monitoring, Metrics and Logging

The ideal candidate has at least 2 years of experience working with AWS in a DevOps role and is certified as an AWS Developer Associate or AWS SysOps Engineer Associate. Ideally the candidate has also attended the DevOps on AWS course.

Machine Learning on AWS

Presenter: Mikhail Vladimirov, Director of Curriculum Architecture
Recording date: March 7, 2019
Duration: 1 hour

Description: In this webinar we will discuss the machine learning capabilities of the Amazon Web Services cloud platform, including SageMaker, Lex, DeepLens, and Polly.

Developing in AWS

Presenter: Mikhail Vladimirov
Recording date: January 24, 2019
Duration: 2.5 hour

Topics:
• Developing in the Cloud and AWS
• Data Models and Development
• Event Driven programming
• Working with Streaming Data

Cloud Security Fundamentals for AWS, Azure and GCP

Presenter: Joe Holbrook
Recording date: December 20, 2018
Duration: 3 hours

Topics:
• Cloud Computing Security, Risks, and Governance
• Cloud Computing A Shared Responsibility
• Security Controls in Cloud Computing
• Common Cloud Computing Vulnerabilities
• AWS Security Best Practices
• Azure Security Best Practices
• GCP Security Best PracticesRelated courses:

Comparing AWS, Azure and GCP

Presenter: Jon Gallagher
Recording date: August 17, 2018
Duration: 2 1/2 hours

Description: There are only two reasons to make a business decision, to generate more revenue (make money), or generate saving (save money). Fortunately as the cloud computing services marketplace becomes ever more competitive, the providers are creating more capabilities for their customers at lower costs. In this webinar we will analyze the leading cloud providers in terms of their potential to help companies respond to new opportunities in the market, to scale to meet the demands of growing businesses, and which of these saves the most money over remaining with legacy systems.

AWS Simple Storage Service

Presenter: Mikhail Vladimirov, Director, Curriculum Architecture, Web Age Solutions Inc.
Recording date: March 17, 2017
Duration: 1 hour

Description:
AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) is a secure, durable, highly-scalable object storage. S3 was Amazon’s first publicly available web service launched in the United States in March 2006. This webinar will provide an overview of this very popular AWS service, including S3 Security, Transfer Acceleration, and Static Web Hosting.

Related courses:
WA2579 Technical Introduction to Microservices

AWS – Real-Life Scenarios – Fault tolerance, AMI, Lambda

Presenter: David Norwood
Recording date: February, 2017
Duration: 1 hour

Description:
The following topics will be covered:
• Building for Fault Tolerance
• Automation & Setting Up AMI
• Automation and Lambda
• Configuring Automation & Load Testing
• Cloud Formation

Overview of Amazon Web Services

Presenter: Mikhail Vladimirov, Director, Curriculum Architecture, Web Age Solutions Inc.
Recording date: February 5, 2015
Duration: 1 hour

Description: Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the cloud platform from Amazon that offers cost-effective solutions at the internet scale to its clients. This webinar will provide a short overview of some of the more popular services of the Amazon cloud and ways you can integrate those services into your off-premise solutions.

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