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100 days in Cloud –

One lab a day with AWS cloud services. Idea is to cover as many AWS architectures and services as possible in different labs

Table of Contents

  1. About The Project
  2. Getting Started
  3. List of labs
  4. License
  5. Contact
  6. Acknowledgements

About The Project

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Idea is to cover as many AWS architectures and services as possible in different labs, some in Management Console, some through AWS CLI. AWS features over 200 services so there’s lots to lab on. Great deal of labs is me working on my website, other comes from labs providers.

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Getting Started

To get started with AWS you’ll either create a new Free Tier account or start
one of the paid services that offer labs and sandboxes. You’ll find some examples in Paid AWS learning options section.
The advantage of the paid services is that you’ll get the labs with clear instructions, in some cases guidance and a sandbox, that is provided AWS account where you can deploy services without worrying about additional costs.

Paid AWS learning options

Here’s a list of services used as a source of labs:

And some free ones:

Recommended prerequisites

  1. Install Visual Studio Code for writing JSON,YAML files or Lambda functions
  2. Install AWS Command Line Interface from here for command line labs
    • verify the installation by running this command in Command Prompt or Terminal:
      aws --version
    • configure you’re AWS CLI with your credentials, here’s more info
      aws configure

List of labs

List of Labs in the repository (will be growing as time passes towards the end of 2021) in countdown order:

License

Distributed under the MIT License.

Contact

Leszek Ucinski LinkedIn

Project Link: https://github.com/CloudedThings/100-Days-in-Cloud

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