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Programming Windows on AWS

5 Labs · 44 Credits · 4h 49m

AWS for Windows Windows programming

In this quest, you’ll use Visual Studio to build C# programs with Amazon SQS, Amazon SNS, Amazon S3, Amazon DynamoDB, and AWS Security Token Service. You'll also use node.js to learn event-driven cloud programming with Amazon Lambda.

Creating Amazon EC2 Instances with Microsoft Windows

This lab demonstrates how to launch and configure a Windows virtual machine (instance) in the Amazon cloud. It will cover the use of Windows Amazon Machine Images (AMI’s) to launch Amazon EC2 Instances, bootstrapping using Powershell, creating Key Pairs for authentication, securing network access to Amazon EC2 Instances with Security Groups and attaching Elastic IPs to Amazon EC2 Instances to provide static Internet addresses.

Icon  fundamental Fundamental 8 Credits 25 Minutes

Working with AWS CodeCommit on Windows

This hands-on lab gives you practice with AWS CodeCommit working from a Microsoft Windows development environment (Visual Studio Code) on an instance running in EC2. You will create a code repository in AWS CodeCommit. You’ll then create a local repository on the Windows instance and make some changes to it. Then you will synchronize (commit) your changes to the AWS CodeCommit repository.

Icon  fundamental Fundamental 8 Credits 45 Minutes

Programming Amazon SQS and Amazon SNS with .NET

This lab will provide a basic understanding of using the AWS Toolkit for .NET. It will demonstrate the basic steps required to install Visual Studio Community Edition and the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio and to run a simple console application in C# using the AWS SDK for .NET. To successfully complete this lab, you should be familiar with Visual Studio for C# and have a basic knowledge of launching and connecting to Windows systems in AWS.

Icon  advanced advanced 10 Credits 1 Hour 10 Minutes

Programming Amazon S3 with .NET

This lab provides a first experience of using the AWS Toolkit for .NET. It will demonstrate the basic steps required to install Visual Studio Community Edition and the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio and to run a simple console application in C# that creates an S3 bucket and uploads and manipulates files. To successfully complete this lab, you should be familiar with Visual Studio for C# and have a basic knowledge of launching and connecting to Windows systems in AWS.

Icon  fundamental Fundamental 8 Credits 1 Hour 10 Minutes

Programming AWS Lambda for Windows

This lab will continue your hands-on practice with using the AWS Toolkit for .NET through working with AWS Lambda for application development. It will demonstrate the basic steps required to install Visual Studio Community Edition and the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio and to build an application in Node.js that leverages AWS Lambda using the AWS SDK for .NET. To successfully complete this lab, you should be familiar with Visual Studio, with Node.js, and have a basic knowledge of launching and connecting to Windows systems in AWS. You should have at a minimum taken the Introduction to AWS Lambda lab prior to taking this lab.

Icon  advanced advanced 10 Credits 1 Hour 5 Minutes