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Sobre o curso

In modern cloud native application development, it’s oftentimes the goal to build out serverless architectures that are scalable, are highly available, and are fully managed. This means less operational overhead for you and your business, and more focusing on the applications and business specific projects that differentiate you in your marketplace. In this course, we will be covering how to build a modern, greenfield serverless backend on AWS. Building brand new applications on AWS is a different task than lifting and shifting existing applications into AWS. When you have an existing application that you need to move to AWS, you might first look to using Amazon EC2 as your virtual machines, or maybe you might look into using docker containers and container hosting services like Amazon Elastic Container Service or Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service. Those are all great application hosting options, but in most cases, they still require you to have some kind of pulse on the underlying infrastructure hosting your application. ` Building Modern Python Applications on AWS will explore how to build an API driven application using Amazon API Gateway for serverless API hosting, AWS Lambda for serverless computing, and Amazon Cognito for serverless authentication. We will follow an API driven development process and first mock up what the API will look like. We will cover all the ins and outs of the service Amazon API Gateway, and as you’ll learn- it does a lot more than just hosting an API. Then we will add authentication to the API using Amazon Cognito. You’ll learn about how the authorization flow works with Cognito, and how to build it into your APIs. From there, we will add a Lambda backend that will be triggered by API Gateway. The lambda functions will be using the AWS SDKs to perform various data processing tasks. You’ll learn about the different configurations that exist for Lambda, and we will show you how to create and manage lambda functions. Some of the features of our API will require multiple lambda functions to execute in a specific order, like a workflow, and we will use AWS Step Functions to create a serverless workflow. Finally, we will talk about how to optimize your APIs at every layer using AWS features. Note: There are four versions of this class, "Building Modern Node.js Applications on AWS" for Node.js developers, Building Modern Java Applications on AWS" for Java developers, "Building Modern .NET Applications on AWS" for .NET developers, and this course, "Building Modern Python Applications on AWS" for Python developers. The courses do for a large part, overlap and in general, we recommend that you take the course that focuses on the SDK you plan to use to develop your AWS Cloud based applications. We expect that you have basic knowledge of AWS already. Some examples of concepts you should be familiar with are: you should know the basics of the AWS Global infrastructure, like what regions and availability zones are. You also should know the at a high-level AWS Identity and Access Management, or IAM, and how it is used to control access to AWS resources. You should also understand what an Amazon EC2 instance is, what Amazon S3 is, what a VPC is, as well as other basic AWS terminology....

Melhores avaliações

HG

28 de mai de 2021

It is great training. I experienced a lot of AWS services and how they work together to deliver services. Expecting more alike courses from AWS and other providers.

ML

21 de mai de 2021

Good course, I appreciate labs especially. Presenters were spelling very well, pleased with their presentation and CC text subtitles, transcription

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101 — 125 de 131 Avaliações para o Building Modern Python Applications on AWS

por Dwaraka R

16 de abr de 2021

Good

por MAHESHWARAN D

20 de abr de 2021

nyz

por Chun-Liang T

5 de mai de 2021

Good content; clear explanation by presenters; videos are high quality (though more illustrations would be useful); viewing videos was not enough - presentations have to be followed up by notes/supplementary reading; labs were ok though there were some glitches.

por Anthony C

8 de abr de 2022

I recommend this course for you if you want to dive deep into lamda, step function and learn about API gateway.

por Tommy C

25 de mai de 2021

this course do open up the possibility what can be done with aws

por Gerardo M

20 de jun de 2021

Nice course for begginers but too superficial de programming

por Robert C P

16 de mai de 2021

Good introduction to building Lambdas and APIs

por sabbavarapu s

19 de abr de 2021

its freally nice course to learn

por Peter F

11 de jan de 2022

Labs too short in session time.

por 20WH1A0420 P K

25 de mai de 2021

Where is my certificate sir

por Jacques S

2 de fev de 2022

Great Hands on Course

por Ivan W H

11 de set de 2021

Long explanation

por 17_Mohammad I

17 de abr de 2021

VERY GOOD COURSE

por VANGALA S

10 de mai de 2021

Good Content.

por VINITH R

30 de jul de 2021

nice course

por Manish K T

13 de set de 2021

intresting

por suraj h

13 de mai de 2021

Better

por MOHAMED B E A

23 de abr de 2021

Great

por Sehajpreet K

25 de abr de 2021

good

por Jivan S G

28 de abr de 2021

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por Kamel J

2 de mai de 2021

Stuck on Lab1, although I followed the instruction, "no such file or directory"message appeared while was executing commands.

por Prince G

27 de abr de 2021

it good explanation by speaker

por Hemant M

17 de mai de 2021

good

por RUSHABH S

15 de abr de 2021

no

por DJ d V

9 de mar de 2022

Course isn't what I was expecting based on the course title and summary. Curriculum needs to be reviewed from a pedagogic perspective and content feels too much like a classrom "Hello World" without much real world best practice. Not suitable for intermediate AWS users and experienced Python developers looking for best practices for building/deploying Python apps to AWS.