Time
7 hours 31 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
8

Video Transcription

00:09
Hello again. So this is the Amazon. Web service is management console dashboard demonstration number two and we returned to our AWS cloud platform management console. So we're gonna leave our home page, which has shortcut wizards and build and learn tools to the service's page where we can access
00:25
all of the different various families of offerings and service is that make up the AWS cloud platform
00:32
and we're gonna scroll down here and you'll see down here we're under database. We've got this option for R. D s or relational database service,
00:40
so we'll click that.
00:42
And if you remember back in college in your I t. Learning that you ran across these things called a database and specifically this thing called a relational database, a database is a warehouse of data,
00:53
and a relationship database is an intelligent engine allows you to understand the relationships about your data so that you can make decisions based on their data relationships.
01:03
So, for example, if we're collecting data about students, their names, their student identification numbers and they're the teachers in the school and the information the courses they're teaching a relational database would allow us to run a query against the data
01:17
to answer a question like Provide me a listing and a total countem, all the students and Professor Smith's algebra class
01:23
that her freshman, one of the most popular relational databases on the planet, is my sequel or my structured queer language. And that already asked Relational database service we're now gonna create with the cloud instance of my sequel for our company using AWS and the AWS, my sequel, Cloud Platform Engine.
01:44
So now we're gonna create database
01:48
and you can see here that we've got different flavors of my sequel, that weaken turn up in the platform Amazon Aura, my sequel. Maria Postiga, SQL Oracle and their flavor, Microsoft, SQL and their flavor and we can choose our versions.
02:05
And so now what? We're gonna go ahead and do as well hit. My sequel
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will hit next,
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and we can use either a general public license. For example, if it's an open source instance of my sequel, I think there's 10 or 11 million instances of open source, my sequel on the planet right now, So if we want to just use an open source license, we can apply that or weaken scroll here And
02:30
if we've got a cached on our machine or we want to go find it somewhere, we can apply a license of full blown sequel like Oracle that we
02:38
have under our license contract and our license agreement. And we can apply that here, in this instance of the cloud version of our Oracle sequel, my sequel database. So we can come in here and we can give it a size. We want to do one V CPU, one gig of RAM. We can come in here and change the different instance. Classes of that.
02:59
How much storage we're gonna allocate
03:00
the identify, rhe said, that we can reach it in our region. Ah, and identify in the region. Maybe we have multiple databases, so we want to give a certain names master user information that allows us to log in as an administrator. Ah, and then our passwords and then are confirmed passwords. And then we would hit next
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would follow a couple more pieces than we can configure advanced settings from there, and just in a few seconds it will spin up, and we've created our own version
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of a new Michael's, my sequel database and aim and Amazon Web service is Artie *** Relational database service.
03:37
There are so many things that we can do in the cloud and one of the things that's just fun to show and talk about as well. We all have a smartphone. Well, what does it look like to develop our own mobile and Web applications? Well, let's take a look.
03:49
So we're gonna scroll down here to Mobile, and we're gonna click on AWS Amplify.
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So with AWS amplify, you can go down a couple of paths
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where we can use a well developed and robust development framework to build our own mobile or Web application APS. And then once we've created your APP, you can host them in cloud storage, test them with cloud development and testing tools, and deploy them all with the power of the Amazon. Web service is cloud, So amplify framework is a set of libraries
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where we can use the user interfaces that allow us to build the back in software in the cloud that will integrate with your application that will allow you to run it in IOS and Android and also helped develop and create your own Web applications.
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AWS Web console amplified console allows you to build your Web application to crash your browser's called the front end,
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and the cloud is the back end and write your changes and commit your changes to your cloud storage repositories in a single workflow.
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So we're gonna go ahead and click develop,
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and here we sign up with an AWS account.
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We'll install the command line interface, which allows us the to utilize this thing called the Tool Chain, where we can create integrate mends. The AWS Cloud service is that back in tow, our app,
05:06
and then we can choose the operating system and actually build the application itself.
05:14
So what do we want to do? Well, we want to create The new app will follow these instructions and we'll do our own custom work will set up our back end,
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follow some of the shortcuts and tools we'll add our application programming interfaces in our database
05:31
that's unique to our application, and then we'll integrate into our application itself.
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Run queries, testing whatever we need to D'Oh
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then will
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finished with things like file storage analytics, push notifications, messaging
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and then we'll push out our application,
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follow some integration work
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do some testing, and we'll make some progress towards developing our own first and unique mobile application.
06:03
So I work with a lot of smart guys and gals that our Web, an application developers and as part of their agile software development lifecycle, they're always needing to test their code. Well. It might be easier to test their code on a system that it's, well, it's OK to crash it if they get something wrong. Or a desktop testing environment where they don't have to worry about
06:21
keeping up to date things like software patching for vulnerabilities or the latest versions of
06:27
browsers and scripting encoding tools like Python, if that's taken care of for them by a service, is like the cloud. Well, they could just focus on their testing and testing their code and moving things forward and stepping right through that whole agile software development life cycle process. So when I come over here
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and I see end user computing and then click on work spaces,
06:50
I can quickly and easily stand up a new desktop, a new testing in user workstation for one or a few group of users that can log into and connect to to the workspace, but using any smart device. So what I'm gonna go ahead and do is click. It started,
07:08
and then we'll click quick set up. And as you can see here with Amazon workspaces, what I can get is I can select a compute anon operating environment where I can do things like Amazon Olympics bundle, which will come with things like fire fox, uh,
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version of open source office Libera office,
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evolution python and so awesome development and testing tools. And if I choose a Windows bundle while the Windows bundle comes with Internet Explorer Firefox Zip, and then I can install my own workspace applications if I want to. For things like my specific testing environment,
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I can come down here. I've got
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stations and desktops that I'll pay for on a pay as you grow a type of model or some free tier eligible stuff. So even Windows 10 there's an instance that freak you're eligible, but I can come to here and choose a version of its Windows 10 with Office 2016 as an example,
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right? And then as I scroll down here, I can create the user name first name, last name email
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and she was my bundle in the language and then hit Push
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or I can click this and create additional users. And once I'm done creating my additional users, all hit launch the workspace and then what happened is while it's spinning and working and creating those compute instances in the cloud and the back end. What happens is I will get an e mail with some instruction. Cem
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some shortcuts and tools from
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videos to watch and how I can use an access and remotely, um, connect to these new machines that I've just created. Um, and then how to complete things like my setup profile
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downloading the works based client logging into the workspace, claimed et cetera.
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Really cool stuff.
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The thing for joining us on this dashboard demonstration been a real pleasure on behalf of all of us at the Cyber Security and I t Learning Team. Thanks for joining us. We look forward to seeing you on our next and last a w s
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demonstration. So for now,
09:18
take care and happy packets

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