Amazon Web Services is a collection of remote computing services or web services that together make up a cloud computing platform,offered over the Internet by Amazon.Many companies are moving away from traditional data centers and toward AWS because of its reliability,service offerings,low costs,and high rate of innovation.Because of its versatility and flexible design, AWS can be used to accomplish a variety of simple and complicated tasks such as hosting multitier websites,running large scale parallel processing,content delivery,peta byte storage and archival, and lot more.

This AWS Administration Guide will help you to gain knowledge on the below concepts:

 Cloud Computing and AWS accompanied by steps to sign up for AWS account.

 Create and manage users, groups, and permissions using AWS Identity and Access Management services.

 Deploying and accessing EC2 instances,working with EBS Volumes and Snapshots.

 Customizing and creating own AMI’s.

 Effectively monitor AWS using custom monitoring metrics.

 Exploring the various Database-as-a-Service offerings and leverage those using Amazon RDS and Amazon Dynamo DB.

 Design and deploying instances on a highly secured,network isolated environment using Amazon VPCs,ELB and Auto Scaling groups.

Hosting options and routing policies with Amazon Web Services.

 Security options with Amazon Web Services.