dimanche 24 mai 2020

SOLUTIONS ARCHITECT PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION PREPARATION FOR AWS 2019

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) Certification is fast becoming the must have certificates for any IT professional working with AWS. Technology professionals with advanced AWS networking skills are in-demand as spending on IT-as-a-Service increases to $547B by the end of 2018. To meet the demand, IT hiring managers are looking for individuals with cloud network engineering skills validated by the AWS Certified Advanced Networking certification.

If you currently have one or more Associate level courses and have an interest in Advanced pure cloud or Hybrid Networking, or just want to improve your cloud networking skills, this is the course for you!

This course is designed to help you pass the Certified Advanced Networking - Specialty Exam.

Obtaining this certification will put you amongst the first engineers world-wide to gain a specialist certification with AWS. On its own it demonstrates your Ninja-level Networking skills - showing any employer you are capable of being lead engineer on complex AWS and Hybrid cloud integration projects. Or maybe you are working towards the coveted 7/7 AWS Certification Achievement - either way, this course will deliver.

To keep you at the cutting edge of the Advanced Networking certification, all updates of this course throughout 2017 are included in your purchase fee.

Overview

In this course we will cover all of the major areas of AWS networking and associated services you'll need to know to become an AWS networking specialist and obtain the certification, including:

  • Refresh core networking - IPv4, VLANS, DNS, BGP and the 7-Layer OSI Model


  • Plan and Implement pure-cloud AWS Networks


  • Design and Implement Complex and Scalable Hybrid networks


  • Plan and Implement appropriate Network Security Controls


  • Integrate AWS Advanced network services with your applications


  • Design and Implement compliant networks


  • Advanced Operational and Troubleshooting Skills & Techniques


  • Network automation skills & Techniques


Most lectures are 5 - 15 minutes long, with almost no lecture being over 20 minutes in length. Join me in becoming A Cloud Guru today and get your AWS Advanced Networking - specialty qualification by completing our AWS online course today!


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samedi 23 mai 2020

SENIOR PRACTICE MANAGER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

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[119]Amazon Simple Email Services(SES) has been the trustworthy, flexible and affordable email service provider for developers and digital marketers since [120]2011. Amazon SES is a reliable, cost-effective service for businesses of all sizes that use email to keep in contact with their customers. Many businesses operate in industries that are highly secure and have strict security policies. So we have enhanced security and compliance features in Amazon SES, such as enabling you to [121]configure DKIM using your own RSA key pair, and support [122]HIPAA Eligibility and [123]FIPS 140-2 Compliant Endpoints as well as [124]regional expansions.

Today, I am pleased to announce that customers can now connect directly from [125]Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) to Amazon SES through a [126]VPC Endpoint, powered by [127]AWS PrivateLink, in a secure and scalable manner. You can now access Amazon SES through your VPC without requiring an [128]Internet gateway, NAT device, [129]VPN connection, or [130]AWS Direct Connect connection. When you use an interface VPC Endpoint, communication between your VPC and Amazon SES APIs stays within the Amazon network, adding increased security.

With this launch, the traffic to Amazon SES does not transit over the Internet and never leaves the Amazon network to securely connect their VPC to Amazon SES without imposing availability risks or bandwidth constraints on their network traffic. You can centralize Amazon SES across your multi-account infrastructure and provide it as a service to your accounts without the need to utilizing an Internet gateway.

Amazon SES for VPC Endpoints â€" Getting Started If you want to test sending emails from your EC2 instance in default VPC, you can [131]set up VPC Endpoints with SES step by step. Create a Security Group with following inbound rules and set the private IP of your instance in the EC2 console.

To create the VPC Endpoint for Amazon SES, use the Creating an Interface Endpoint procedure in the VPC console and select com.amazonaws.region.email-smtp service name, and attach security group that you just create it.

After your endpoint will be available, you can ssh to your EC2 instance and use openssl command to test connection or send email through just created endpoint. You can interact with [132]the same way of SMTP interface from your operating system’s command line. $ openssl s_client -crlf -quiet -starttls smtp -connect email-smtp.ap-southeast- 2.amazonaws.com:587

Note that VPC Endpoints currently do not support cross-region requestsâ€"ensure that you create your endpoint in the same region in which you plan to issue your API calls to Amazon SES.

250 Ok Now Available! Amazon SES for VPC Endpoints is generally available and you can use it in all regions where Amazon SES is available. There is no additional charge to use this feature. Interface VPC endpoint [133]charges apply. Take a look at the [134]product page and the [135]documentation to learn more. Please send feedback to [136]AWS forum for Amazon SES or through your usual AWS support contacts.

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In the middle of a trans-Nordics trip in early March that took me to Denmark, Finland, and Sweden in the course of a week, Amazon asked me and my coworkers to work from home if possible. I finished my trip, returned to Seattle, and did my best to adapt to these changing times.

In the ensuing weeks, several of my scheduled trips were cancelled, all of my in-person meetings with colleagues and customers were replaced with [118]Amazon Chime video calls, and we decided to start taping What’s New with AWS from my home office.

On the personal side, I watched as many of the entertainment, education, and sporting events that I enjoy were either canceled or moved online. Just as you probably did, I quickly found new ways to connect with family and friends that did not require face-to-face interaction.

I thought that it would be interesting to see how these sudden, large-scale changes are affecting our customers. My colleague [119]Monica Benjamin checked in with AWS customers across several different fields and industries and provided me with the source material for this post. Here’s what we learned…

Edmodo â€" Education Education technology company [120]Edmodo provides tools for K-12 schools and teachers. More than 125 million members count on Edmodo to provide a secure space for teachers, students, and parents to communicate and collaborate. As the pandemic began spreading across Europe, Edmodo’s traffic began to grow at an exponential rate. AWS has allowed them to rapidly scale in order to meet this new demand so that education continues across the world. [121]Per Thomsen (Vice President, Engineering) told us:

In early March, our traffic grew significantly with the total number of global learners engaging on the network spiking within a matter of weeks. This required us to increase site capacity by 15 times. With AWS and Amazon EC2 instances, Edmodo has been able to quickly scale and meet this new demand so we could continue to provide teachers and students with our uninterrupted services for their distance learning needs. Having AWS always at our fingertips gives us elastic and robust compute capacity to scale rapidly.

BlueJeans â€" Cloud-Based Video Conferencing Global video provider [122]BlueJeans supports employees working from home, health care providers shifting to telehealth, and educators moving to distance learning. Customers like BlueJeans because it provides high video and voice quality, strong security, and interoperability. [123]Swaroop Kulkarni (Technical Director, Office of the CTO) told us:

With so many people working from home, we have seen explosive growth in traffic since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. In just two weeks our usage skyrocketed 300% over the pre-COVID-19 average. We have always run a hybrid infrastructure between our datacenters and public cloud and fortunately had already shifted critical workloads to Amazon EC2 services before the Coronavirus outbreak. The traffic surge in March 2020 led us to scale up on AWS. We took advantage of the global presence of AWS and nearly doubled the number of regions and added US East (Ohio), APAC (Mumbai) and APAC (Singapore). We also experimented with various instance types (C,M,R families) and time-of-day scaling and this served us well for managing costs. Overall, we were able to stay ahead of traffic increases smoothly and seamlessly. We appreciate the partnership with AWS.

Netflix â€" Media & Entertainment Home entertainment provider [124]Netflix started to see their usage spike in March, with an increase in stream starts in many different parts of the world. [125]Nils Pommerien (Director, Cloud Infrastructure Engineering) told us:

Like other home entertainment services, Netflix has seen temporarily higher viewing and increased member growth during this unprecedented time. In order to meet this demand our control plane services needed to scale very quickly. This is where the value of AWS’ cloud and our strong partnership became apparent, both in being able to meet capacity needs in compute, storage, as well as providing the necessary infrastructure, such as AWS Auto Scaling, which is deeply ingrained in Netflix’s operations model.

Pinterest â€" Billions of Pins Visual discovery engine [126]Pinterest has been scaling to meet the needs of an ever-growing audience. [127]Coburn Watson (Head of Infrastructure and SRE) told us:

Pinterest has been able to provide inspiration for an expanded global customer audience during this challenging period, whether looking for public health information, new foods to prepare, or projects and crafts to do with friends and family. Working closely with AWS, Pinterest has been able to ensure additional capacity was available during this period to keep Pinterest up and serving our customers.

Finra â€" Financial Services FINRA regulates a critical part of the securities industry â€" brokerage firms doing business with the public in the United States. FINRA takes in as much as 400 billion market events per day that are tracked, aggregated, and analyzed for the purpose of protecting investors. [128]Steve Randich (Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer) told us:

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused extreme volatility in the U.S. securities markets, and since March we have seen market volumes increase by 2-3x. Our compute resources with AWS are automatically provisioned and can process a record peak and then shut down to nothing, without any human intervention. We automatically turn on and off up to 100,000 compute nodes in a single day. We would have been unable to handle this surge in volume within our on premises data center.

As you can see from what Steve said, scaling down is just as important as scaling up.

Snap â€" Reinventing the Camera The [129]Snapchat application lets people express themselves and helps them to maintain connections with family and close friends. [130]Saral Jain (Director of Engineering) told us:

As the global coronavirus pandemic affected the lives of millions around the world, Snapchat has played an important role in people’s lives, especially for helping close friends and family stay together emotionally while they are separated physically. In recent months, we have seen increased engagement across our platform resulting in higher workloads and the need to rapidly scale up our cloud infrastructure. For example, communication with friends increased by over 30 percent in the last week of March compared to the last week of January, with more than a 50 percent increase in some of our larger markets. AWS cloud has been valuable in helping us deal with this significant increase in demand, with services like EC2 and DynamoDB delivering high performance and reliability we need to provide the best experience for our customers.

I hope that you are staying safe, and that you have enjoyed this look at what our customers are doing in these unique and rapidly changing times. If you have a story of your own to share, please let me know.
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vendredi 22 mai 2020

AWS IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT IAM

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Après connexion à la console AWS, vous cliquez sur l’icône de l’extension pour commencer à enregistrer lorsque vous construisez votre workload. A la fin de l’enregistrement, l’outil produit des scripts avec les commandes aws cli, ou sous format CloudFormation, Terraform, et d’autres.

Exemple d’enregistrement suite à la création d’une instance ec2 à partir d’une AMI, avec le script CloudFormation généré

et à base de code Javascript

Le principe est celui d’un Key Logger, il y a donc un « nettoyage Â» des scripts à effectuer, et il est préférable de faire un copier/coller des chaines de caractères plutôt qu’une saisie caractère par caractère.

Le code source est disponible sous github, et il est indiqué qu’aucune information n’est transmise sur internet, mais les règles de prudence s’appliquent, et l’utilisation doit être conforme à vos normes de sécurité.

La plupart des ressources AWS sont prises en charge, la liste exhaustive se trouve ici, ainsi que la roadmap pour les fonctionnalités manquantes.

Le projet est porté par Ian McKay, le travail fourni est impressionnant et l’intérêt du produit ne fait pas de doute.
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This new low-cost storage tier provides fast, interactive analytics on up to three petabytes of log data at one-tenth of the cost of the current Amazon Elasticsearch Service storage tier.

UltraWarm, complements the existing Amazon Elasticsearch Service hot storage tier by providing less expensive storage for older and less-frequently accessed data while still ensuring that snappy, interactive experience that Amazon Elasticsearch Service customers have come to expect. Amazon Elasticsearch Service stores data in Amazon S3 while using custom, highly-optimized nodes, purpose-built on the [118]AWS Nitro System, to cache, pre-fetch, and query that data.

There are many use cases for the Amazon Elasticsearch Service, from building a search system for your website, storing, and analyzing data from application or infrastructure logs. We think this new storage tier will work particularly well for customers that have large volumes of log data.

Amazon Elasticsearch Service is a popular service for log analytics because of its ability to ingest high volumes of log data and analyze it interactively. As more developers build applications using microservices and containers, there is an explosive growth of log data. Storing and analyzing months or even years worth of data is cost-prohibitive at scale, and this has led customers to use multiple analytics tools, or delete valuable data, missing out on essential insights that the longer-term data could yield.

AWS built [119]UltraWarm to solve this problem and ensures that developers, DevOps engineers, and InfoSec experts can analyze recent and longer-term operational data without needing to spend days restoring data from archives to an active searchable state in an Amazon Elasticsearch Service cluster.

So let’s take a look at how you use this new storage tier by creating a new domain in the AWS Management Console.

Firstly, I go to the Amazon Elasticsearch Service console and click on the button to Create a new domain. This then takes me through a workflow to set up a new cluster, for the most part setting up a new domain with [120]UltraWarm is identical to setting up a regular domain, I will point out the couple of things you will need to do differently.

On Step 1 of the workflow, I click on the radio button to create a Production deployment type and click Next.

I continue to fill out the configuration in Step 2. Then, near the end, I check the box to Enable UltraWarm data nodes and select the Instance type I want to use. I go with the default ultrawarm1.medium.elasticsearch and then ask for 3 of them, there is a requirement to have at least 2 nodes.

Everything else about the setup is identical to a regular Amazon Elasticsearch Service setup. After having set up the cluster, I then go to the dashboard and select my newly created domain. The dashboard confirms that my newly created domain has 3 UltraWarm data nodes, each with 1516 (GiB) free storage space.

As well as using [121]UltraWarm on a new domain, you can also enable it for existing domains using the AWS Management Console, CLI, or SDK.

Once you have [122]UltraWarm nodes setup, you can migrate an index from hot to warm by using the following request. POST _ultrawarm/migration/my-index/_warm

You can then check the status of the migration by using the following request. GET _ultrawarm/migration/my-index/_status { "migration_status": { "index": "my-index", "state": "RUNNING_SHARD_RELOCATION", "migration_type": "HOT_TO_WARM", "shard_level_status": { "running": 0, "total": 5, "pending": 3, "failed": 0, "succeeded": 2 } } } aws-senior.com
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    In the middle of a trans-Nordics trip in early March that took me to Denmark, Finland, and Sweden in the course of a week, Amazon asked me and my coworkers to work from home if possible. I finished my trip, returned to Seattle, and did my best to adapt to these changing times.

    In the ensuing weeks, several of my scheduled trips were cancelled, all of my in-person meetings with colleagues and customers were replaced with [118]Amazon Chime video calls, and we decided to start taping What’s New with AWS from my home office.

    On the personal side, I watched as many of the entertainment, education, and sporting events that I enjoy were either canceled or moved online. Just as you probably did, I quickly found new ways to connect with family and friends that did not require face-to-face interaction.

    I thought that it would be interesting to see how these sudden, large-scale changes are affecting our customers. My colleague [119]Monica Benjamin checked in with AWS customers across several different fields and industries and provided me with the source material for this post. Here’s what we learned…

    Edmodo â€" Education Education technology company [120]Edmodo provides tools for K-12 schools and teachers. More than 125 million members count on Edmodo to provide a secure space for teachers, students, and parents to communicate and collaborate. As the pandemic began spreading across Europe, Edmodo’s traffic began to grow at an exponential rate. AWS has allowed them to rapidly scale in order to meet this new demand so that education continues across the world. [121]Per Thomsen (Vice President, Engineering) told us:

    In early March, our traffic grew significantly with the total number of global learners engaging on the network spiking within a matter of weeks. This required us to increase site capacity by 15 times. With AWS and Amazon EC2 instances, Edmodo has been able to quickly scale and meet this new demand so we could continue to provide teachers and students with our uninterrupted services for their distance learning needs. Having AWS always at our fingertips gives us elastic and robust compute capacity to scale rapidly.

    BlueJeans â€" Cloud-Based Video Conferencing Global video provider [122]BlueJeans supports employees working from home, health care providers shifting to telehealth, and educators moving to distance learning. Customers like BlueJeans because it provides high video and voice quality, strong security, and interoperability. [123]Swaroop Kulkarni (Technical Director, Office of the CTO) told us:

    With so many people working from home, we have seen explosive growth in traffic since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. In just two weeks our usage skyrocketed 300% over the pre-COVID-19 average. We have always run a hybrid infrastructure between our datacenters and public cloud and fortunately had already shifted critical workloads to Amazon EC2 services before the Coronavirus outbreak. The traffic surge in March 2020 led us to scale up on AWS. We took advantage of the global presence of AWS and nearly doubled the number of regions and added US East (Ohio), APAC (Mumbai) and APAC (Singapore). We also experimented with various instance types (C,M,R families) and time-of-day scaling and this served us well for managing costs. Overall, we were able to stay ahead of traffic increases smoothly and seamlessly. We appreciate the partnership with AWS.

    Netflix â€" Media & Entertainment Home entertainment provider [124]Netflix started to see their usage spike in March, with an increase in stream starts in many different parts of the world. [125]Nils Pommerien (Director, Cloud Infrastructure Engineering) told us:

    Like other home entertainment services, Netflix has seen temporarily higher viewing and increased member growth during this unprecedented time. In order to meet this demand our control plane services needed to scale very quickly. This is where the value of AWS’ cloud and our strong partnership became apparent, both in being able to meet capacity needs in compute, storage, as well as providing the necessary infrastructure, such as AWS Auto Scaling, which is deeply ingrained in Netflix’s operations model.

    Pinterest â€" Billions of Pins Visual discovery engine [126]Pinterest has been scaling to meet the needs of an ever-growing audience. [127]Coburn Watson (Head of Infrastructure and SRE) told us:

    Pinterest has been able to provide inspiration for an expanded global customer audience during this challenging period, whether looking for public health information, new foods to prepare, or projects and crafts to do with friends and family. Working closely with AWS, Pinterest has been able to ensure additional capacity was available during this period to keep Pinterest up and serving our customers.

    Finra â€" Financial Services FINRA regulates a critical part of the securities industry â€" brokerage firms doing business with the public in the United States. FINRA takes in as much as 400 billion market events per day that are tracked, aggregated, and analyzed for the purpose of protecting investors. [128]Steve Randich (Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer) told us:

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused extreme volatility in the U.S. securities markets, and since March we have seen market volumes increase by 2-3x. Our compute resources with AWS are automatically provisioned and can process a record peak and then shut down to nothing, without any human intervention. We automatically turn on and off up to 100,000 compute nodes in a single day. We would have been unable to handle this surge in volume within our on premises data center.

    As you can see from what Steve said, scaling down is just as important as scaling up.

    Snap â€" Reinventing the Camera The [129]Snapchat application lets people express themselves and helps them to maintain connections with family and close friends. [130]Saral Jain (Director of Engineering) told us:

    As the global coronavirus pandemic affected the lives of millions around the world, Snapchat has played an important role in people’s lives, especially for helping close friends and family stay together emotionally while they are separated physically. In recent months, we have seen increased engagement across our platform resulting in higher workloads and the need to rapidly scale up our cloud infrastructure. For example, communication with friends increased by over 30 percent in the last week of March compared to the last week of January, with more than a 50 percent increase in some of our larger markets. AWS cloud has been valuable in helping us deal with this significant increase in demand, with services like EC2 and DynamoDB delivering high performance and reliability we need to provide the best experience for our customers.

    I hope that you are staying safe, and that you have enjoyed this look at what our customers are doing in these unique and rapidly changing times. If you have a story of your own to share, please let me know. aws-senior.com
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