The AWS Storage Gateway is a service that enables you to connect an on-premise software appliance to the AWS cloud-based storage and provide you with storage options to connect to Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier. The service allows you to securely store data in the AWS cloud for scalable and cost-effective storage. For the exam, we recommend you learn the three types of Storage Gateway configurations and understand which option to use under what scenario.
AWS offers data protection and encryption services for all data while in-transit (as it travels to and from Amazon S3) and at rest (while it is stored on disks in Amazon S3 data centers). You can protect data in transit by using SSL or by using client-side encryption. For the exam, we strongly recommend that you learn about the two encryption options available which are server side encryption and client side encryption as summarized in this short article.
Amazon CloudFront is a global content delivery network (CDN) service that accelerates delivery of your websites, images, video and other web objects. Amazon CloudFront is yet another important topic to master for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Exam
Amazon S3 is storage for the Internet. Known as Simple Storage Services, it offers software developers a highly-scalable, reliable, and low-latency data storage infrastructure at very low costs. S3 along with other storage options are a key exam topic for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Exam.
Versioning enables you to keep multiple variants of an object in the same bucket. You can use versioning to preserve, retrieve, and restore every version of every object stored in your Amazon S3 bucket. Versioning provides additional security to safeguard your data and can be used in conjunction with Cross-Region Replication to address your compliance requirements. Additional information added on creating Lifecycle Rules when versioning on a Bucket has been added. Versioning is an important sub-topic of Amazon S3 and an important exam topic.
Amazon S3 is a web service that offers various storage options designed for different use cases. Amazon S3 is a very important topic for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Exam and it is imperative that you learn it while gaining hands on experience. In this part of the S3 Exam Tips series, we show you how to create a bucket and add a storage object. We also discuss key configuration options available to you when using the Amazon S3 service.
Amazon S3 is a web service that offers various storage options designed for different use cases including Amazon S3 Standard for general-purpose storage of frequently accessed data, Amazon S3 Standard – Infrequent Access (Standard – IA) for long-lived, but less frequently accessed data, and Amazon Glacier for long-term archive. Amazon S3 is know as Object Storage and is essentially flat files.
Amazon S3 is a very important topic for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Exam and it is imperative that you learn it while gaining hands on experience.
AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) helps you securely control access to AWS resources for your users. You use IAM to control who can use your AWS resources, known as ‘Authentication’ and what resources they can use and to what level, known as ‘Authorization’.
AWS IAM is a very important topic to study for the Amazon Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Exam.
Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service) helps users easily set up, operate, and then scale relational databases in a cloud. With RDS, you have access to database capabilities which work seamlessly with existing databases. RDS patches and backs up database and stores backups for a period defined by the user. RDS gives the user flexibility to scale resources or storage capacity easily with an API call or the AWS management console. RDS also provides easy replication so that users can improve database availability, enhance data durability, and scale beyond constraints of the database. No up-front fees are required and users pay for resources used.
Amazon EC2, short for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, allows users to access compute resources that can be resized, making scalable computing easy. You have access to both Linux and Windows based instances. Amazon EC2 is an important part of the Certified Solutions Architect Exam.