AWS System Administrators

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This quick start guide shows you how to add assets to your Unreal Engine (UE4) games. By the end of this guide, you`ll know how to use the Project Browser to create new projects and navigate the Content Browser to find and add content. You`ll also know where to find information on the FBX Content Pipeline while learning how to use the Material Editor to modify Materials before applying them to a Static Mesh Actor.

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Setting Up the AWS Environment

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AWS Admin – Setting up the environment
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AWS Admin – Introducing Python Boto3
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AWS Admin – Introducing CloudFormation
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AWS Admin – Introducing Terraform
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AWS Admin – Installing tools in an automated way

Protecting Your AWS Account Using IAM

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AWS Admin – Creating IAM users and groups
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AWS Admin – Understanding IAM policies
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AWS Admin – Creating IAM roles
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AWS Admin – Introducing AWS Security Token Service (AWS STS)
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AWS Admin – Real-time use case of launching a specific instance using CloudFormation
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AWS Admin – Rotating IAM credentials using Boto3

Creating a Data Center in the Cloud Using VPC

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AWS Admin – Setting up two VPCs
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AWS Admin – Introducing AWS Transit Gateway

Scalable Compute Capacity in the Cloud via EC2

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AWS Admin – Setting up EC2 instances
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AWS Admin – Creating an AWS billing alarms
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AWS Admin – Real-time use case to clean up an unused AMI
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AWS Admin – Real-time use case to detach unused EBS volumes
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AWS Admin – Real-time use case to shutdown instances on a daily basis

Increasing an Application's Fault Tolerance with Elastic Load Balancing

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AWS Admin – Different load balancers offered by AWS
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AWS Admin – Setting up the application load balancer
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AWS Admin – Automating the application load balancer using Terraform

Increasing Application Performance Using AWS Auto Scaling

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AWS Admin – Setting up Auto Scaling
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AWS Admin – Understanding Auto Scaling policies
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AWS Admin – Scaling an application based on demand
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AWS Admin – Testing the Auto Scaling group
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AWS Admin – Creating an Auto Scaling group using Terraform

Creating a Relational Database in the Cloud using AWS Relational Database Service (RDS)

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AWS Admin – The different database offerings in AWS RDS
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AWS Admin – Setting up AWS RDS in high availability mode
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AWS Admin – Setting up a MySQL read replica
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AWS Admin – Automating AWS RDS MySQL creation using Terraform

Monitoring AWS Services Using CloudWatch and SNS

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AWS Admin – CloudWatch monitoring
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AWS Admin – Monitoring custom metrics using CloudWatch
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AWS Admin – Introduction to SNS
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AWS Admin – Introduction to CloudWatch Events
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AWS Admin – Automating alarm notification using email and a Slack channel

Centralizing Logs for Analysis

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AWS Admin – Why do we need log management?
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AWS Admin -Setting up the CloudWatch agent
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AWS Admin – Setting up AWS Elasticsearch and Kibana

Centralizing Cloud Backup Solution

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AWS Admin – The v backup options offered by AWS
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AWS Admin – Setting up the AWS DLM
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AWS Admin – Backing up your data to S3 using the AWS CLI
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AWS Admin – Transitioning S3 data to Glacier using a lifecycle policy

AWS Disaster Recovery Solutions

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AWS Admin – Discussing the various DR solutions offered by AWS
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AWS Admin – Configuring a website to fail over to an S3 bucket

AWS Tips and Tricks

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AWS Admin – Some common pitfalls – VPC limitations
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AWS Admin – Which VPC subnets to choose while building a VPC
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AWS Admin – Dedicated instance versus dedicated host – which should you choose?
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AWS Admin – The power of the IAM permission boundary
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AWS Admin – Custom CloudWatch metrics
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AWS Admin – Protecting your EC2 instances and EBS volumes using termination protection
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AWS Admin – How to reduce your AWS bill
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AWS Admin – Choosing an AWS bucket name and how to create a random bucket name
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AWS Admin – Automating AMI creation
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Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 53
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced

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