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High Availability and Continuous Deployment on AWS

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High Availability is the fundamental feature of building software solutions in a cloud environment. Traditionally high availability has been a very costly affair but now with AWS, one can leverage a number of AWS services for high availability or potentially “always availability” scenario.

In this 1-day workshop, participants will learn how to get their highly available applications in production as soon as possible by leveraging continuous deployment (CD) and high availability (HA) strategies.

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Description

High Availability is the fundamental feature of building software solutions in a cloud environment. Traditionally high availability has been a very costly affair but now with AWS, one can leverage a number of AWS services for high availability or potentially “always availability” scenario.

In this 1-day workshop, participants will learn how to get their highly available applications in production as soon as possible by leveraging continuous deployment (CD) and high availability (HA) strategies.

Who should attend

This 1-day workshop will be particularly enjoyed by Software Engineers, DevOps Engineers etc with some experience (approx. 2 years) in using AWS for their applications’ production environment willing to learn about High Availability on AWS.

Prerequisites

Participants will find it useful for the attendance of the workshop to have already opened an AWS Free tier account.

What will you learn

During this 1-day hands-on course, participants will cover the following topics:

  • Understanding high availability (HA)
  • Preparing for HA
  • Designing for HA
  • Understanding continuous deployment (CD)
  • Types of verification tests used in CD
  • Server mutability and CD
  • Implementing CD
  • Advanced CD pipeline techniques
  • CD pipeline with Step Functions

Schedule

Next 1-day session has been scheduled for 16 and 18 June 2020 3:00pm – 7:00pm.