Book Cover: Running Microsoft Workloads on AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been running Microsoft workloads-the majority of workloads for enterprise customers-since 2006. This course provides guidance for successfully running Microsoft workloads after a migration to the Amazon cloud. Instructor Brien Posey teaches you how to create Windows EC2 instances, creating a native cloud-based Active Directory environment, join an instance to a Cloud AD, and manage resources with Amazon Lightsail.

  1. Create Infrastructure Components
    1. Creating a Security Group
    2. Create an S3 Storage Bucket
    3. Explore an S3 Bucket
    4. Uploading and Downloading Data
    5. Tags
    6. Install AWS CLI
  2. EC2 Instances
    1. Create a Key Pair
    2. Create an EC2 Instance
    3. View an Instance
    4. Name an Instance
    5. Change an Instance State
    6. Configure Termination Protection
  3. Interact With an Instance
    1. Retrieve an Instance Password
    2. Connect to an Instance
    3. Share Local Resources with the Instance
    4. Change the Instance Type
    5. Create a New Storage Volume
    6. Attach a Storage Volume
    7. Attach a New Network Interface
  4. Active Directory
    1. Create a Microsoft Active Directory on AWS
    2. Join an EC2 Instance to a Cloud Active Directory
    3. Manually Join a Cloud Active Directory
    4. Log Into the Cloud AD Environment
    5. Install the AD DS and AD LDS Tools
    6. Create Cloud AD Users and Groups
  5. Application Deployment
    1. Copy Application Binaries to a Windows Instance
    2. Use an ISO File for Application Installation
    3. Install Applications from a Physical DVD
    4. Using the AWS Marketplace
  6. Lightsail
    1. Lightsail Advantages and Limitations
    2. Create a Lightsail Instance
    3. Connect to a Lightsail Instance
    4. Manage Network Resources
    5. Manage Storage Resources
    6. Manage Snapshots
Published: April 3, 2018
Publisher: Lynda
Running Microsoft Workloads on AWS