Amazon Web Services in Action introduces you to computing, storing, and networking in the AWS cloud. You'll start with a broad overview of AWS and learn how to spin-up servers manually and from the command line. Then you'll explore infrastructure automation with the AWS CloudFormation service, where you can describe a blueprint of your infrastructure as code.
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About the Book
Physical data centers require lots of equipment and take time and resources to manage. If you need a data center, but don't want to build your own, Amazon Web Services may be your solution. Whether you're analyzing real-time data, building software as a service, or running an e-commerce site, AWS offers you a reliable cloud-based platform with services that scale.
Amazon Web Services in Action introduces you to computing, storing, and networking in the AWS cloud. You'll start with an overview of cloud computing and then begin setting up your account. You'll learn how to automate your infrastructure by programmatically calling the AWS API to control every part of AWS. Next, you'll learn options and techniques for storing your data. You'll also learn how to isolate your systems using private networks to increase security. Finally, this book teaches you how to design for high availability and fault tolerance.
About the Reader
Written for developers and DevOps engineers moving distributed applications to the AWS platform.
About the Authors
Andreas Wittig and Michael Wittig are software engineers and consultants focused on AWS and web development.
Table of Contents
PART 1 GETTING STARTED
PART 2 BUILDING VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE WITH SERVERS AND NETWORKING
PART 3 STORING DATA IN THE CLOUD
PART 4 ARCHITECTING ON AWS
Andreas Wittig migrated the complete IT infrastructure of the first Bank in Germany to AWS. He has a strong distributed systems background and started as a Java developer and was responsible for the first realtime online-banking platform written entirely in Node.js based on Websockets. He implemented DevOps into software teams to help financial industry customers create new products. Today, he runs a business with a focus on consulting and developing of AWS and web technologies.
Michael Wittig was part of the team who migrated the complete IT infrastructure of the first Bank in Germany to AWS. He has a strong algorithmic trading background using AWS to analyze Terabytes of historical financial data and for realtime analytics of financial data using a wide range of technologies and programming languages. Today he runs a business with a focus on consulting and developing of AWS and web technologies together with his brother, Andreas.
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