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This book will prepare you for thetransition using the tools you are already familiar with.Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been the leader in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for years. According toGartner’s 2013 Magic Quadrant, which evaluated the top 15 IaaS vendors, AWS is 5 times the size of the next 14 cloudvendors combined (https://www.gartner.com/doc/2575815). If you are going to take the time to learn about cloud,there is no better place to start.Who Should Read This Book?Pro PowerShell for Amazon Web Servicesis for the Windows professional who is ready to make the leap to the cloud.While Cloud Computing has been around for a while now, enterprise adoption is just beginning. This book is writtenspecifically for Windows professionals who already know PowerShell, and want to learn to host Windows workloads inthe Amazon Cloud.Windows professionals find themselves under pressure to move workloads to the cloud, but few books have beenwritten for Windows users, and none include examples in PowerShell. While there are many books on AWS, most arewritten for the open source community.Pro PowerShell for Amazon Web Serviceswill introduce you to Amazon WebServices using a language you already know: Microsoft PowerShell.This book assumes you have experience with Microsoft PowerShell. It will not teach you how to write PowerShellscripts. There are numerous excellent books on the market already. As an example, Apress offers a book titledProWindows PowerShellby Hristo Deshev.On the other hand, I do not expect you to have any experience with AWS. We will start with the basics and buildon that foundation. By the time you get to the end of the book you will know everything you need to run Windowsworkloads.What Does This Book Cover?Amazon offers a wide selection of cloud services, enough to fill many books. This book focuses on running Windowsworkloads on Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), which is Amazon’s virtual machine offering. In addition, we will discussVirtual Private Cloud (VPC), Simple Storage Service (S3), Identity and Access Management (IAM), Simple NotificationServices (SNS), Cloud Watch, Auto Scaling, and Elastic Load Balancing (ELB).In general, each chapter will introduce a specific topic (e.g., compute, storage, networking, etc.) and provide anoverview of the capabilities. Then, we discuss the PowerShell commands available and how to use each. Each chapterends with one or two exercises that bring together all of the commands introduced in the chapter.xixwww.it-ebooks.info [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]