Thu, Jul 13|
Free AWS Course for Alumni
Dear TechCircle Alumni, We are thrilled to introduce the TechCircle Alumni Skill Enhancement Course, designed exclusively for our esteemed graduates like you! This course is aimed at helping you further enhance your technical skills and stay ahead in the ever-evolving world of technology.
Time & Location
Jul 13, 2023, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Chantilly, 14325 Willard Rd # 102, Chantilly, VA 20151, USA
About the event
Cloud Computing: Cloud computing is a technology that allows users to access and utilize computing resources, such as storage, processing power, and software applications, over the internet. It offers flexibility, scalability, and cost-efficiency by eliminating the need for on-premises infrastructure and enabling users to pay for only the resources they use.
Registration: Registration refers to the process of creating an account with a cloud computing provider, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). It allows individuals and organizations to access and manage various cloud services offered by the provider.
IAM (Identity and Access Management): IAM is a service provided by AWS that enables you to securely control access to your resources within the AWS ecosystem. It allows you to manage user identities, assign specific permissions, and control authentication and authorization mechanisms.
VPC (Virtual Private Cloud): VPC is a logically isolated virtual network within the AWS cloud. It enables you to define and control a virtual network environment, including IP addresses, subnets, routing tables, and network gateways. VPC provides a secure and customizable network infrastructure for deploying your AWS resources.
EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud): EC2 is a scalable virtual server offered by AWS. It allows you to quickly provision and manage virtual machine instances in the cloud. EC2 instances provide computing power to run applications and can be easily scaled up or down based on demand.
S3 (Simple Storage Service): S3 is a highly scalable and durable storage service provided by AWS. It allows you to store and retrieve data, such as files, images, and videos, in the cloud. S3 offers high availability, robust security features, and various storage classes to optimize costs based on usage patterns.
Lambda: Lambda is a serverless computing service offered by AWS. It enables you to run your code without provisioning or managing servers. With Lambda, you can execute your code in response to events, such as changes in data, user actions, or scheduled tasks. It provides an efficient and cost-effective way to build scalable and event-driven applications.
RDS (Relational Database Service): RDS is a managed database service provided by AWS. It supports popular relational database engines like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server. RDS simplifies database administration tasks, such as backups, patching, and scaling, while providing high availability, durability, and performance.