New Online Training - AWS in Motion

Andreas Wittig – 09 Jun 2017

We are happy to announce the filming of our book Amazon Web Services in Action. Our video course AWS in Motion is introducing Amazon’s cloud offerings in more than 3 hours of video lessons and 25 exercises.

Manning has published our online course consisting of:

  • Quality video lessons available on-demand.
  • Rich, interactive transcripts for navigation.
  • Exercise driven learning.

Video course: AWS in Motion


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Packed with exercises and tutorials to try out, you can learn how to work with AWS in a way that makes sense: by working with AWS directly. We’ve designed the lessons to work within a free trial subscription to AWS, so you can get started without spending anything on a live AWS account. With the expert training of the Wittig brothers, the authors of our bestselling Amazon Web Services in Action, you can rest easy knowing you’ve learned the foundation that every AWS developer needs to succeed, and fast!

Table of Contents

  1. Introducing Amazon Web Services
  2. Creating an AWS account
  3. Using virtual servers
  4. Using a relational database service
  5. Using redundant EC2 instances to achieve HA
  6. Scaling up and down
  7. Cleanup and Summary

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As an addition to our book, our online course AWS in Motion, accelerates your start with Amazon Web Services. Go to AWS in Motion and buy our video course.

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