The lab provides a basic understanding of Amazon Route 53. It will demonstrate the basic steps required to get started with Route 53, including creating, editing, and deleting simple DNS records within a Hosted Zone (HZ), and creating and testing simple health check and associated failover records. Prerequisites for this lab: basic understanding of IP networking, DNS addressing and host name resolution. Students should also have taken the following three labs at a minimum prior to taking this lab: 1) Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), 2) Introduction to Simple Storage Service (s3), and 3) Introduction to Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).For the lab to function as written, please DO NOT change the auto assigned region.
In this lab, you will learn how to create a code repository in AWS CodeCommit. Then you create a local repository using git on a Linux instance running in EC2, add files to it, and commit changes to the AWS CodeCommit repository. Prior to running this lab, it is assumed the student understands the principles of source code repositories, and has some prior development experience. Students should be comfortable with making ssh connections to instances running in Amazon EC2, and using Linux commands and editors from the command line in Linux. The student should have taken at a minimum Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) prior to taking this lab.
The lab will give you the basic understanding of Amazon Elasticsearch Service (ES). It will demonstrate the basic steps required to get started with Amazon ES: creating clusters, cluster node configurations, storage configurations and Identity & Access Management (IAM) Policies. As prerequisites you should have already taken the “Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)” and “Introduction to AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)” labs. Previous knowledge of Kibana4 and Elasticsearch is desirable.