AWS Architecture

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AWS Architecture by Mind Map: AWS Architecture

1. Five Pillars of the well-architected framework

1.1. Reliability

1.2. Operational excellence

1.3. Security

1.4. Performance efficiency

1.5. Cost Optimisation

2. Workload

2.1. Application

2.2. Infrastructure

3. Six advantages of cloud computing

3.1. Global in minutes

3.2. Stop guessing capacity

3.3. Focus on business differentiators

3.4. Variable versus capital expense

3.5. Economies of scale

3.6. Increase speed and agility

4. AWS Services

4.1. Auto Scaling

4.2. Elastic Container Service (ECS)

4.3. CloudFormation

4.4. Elastic BeanStalk

4.5. CloudWatch

4.5.1. How it works

4.5.1.1. Collect

4.5.1.2. Monitor

4.5.1.3. Act

4.5.1.4. Analyse

4.5.2. End result

4.5.2.1. Application monitoring

4.5.2.2. System-wide visibility

4.5.2.3. Resource Optimisation

4.5.2.4. Unified Operational Health

4.5.3. Use cases

4.5.3.1. Infrastructure monitoring and troubleshooting

4.5.3.2. Resource optimisation

4.5.3.3. Application monitoring

4.5.3.4. Log analytics

4.5.4. Monitoring plans

4.5.4.1. Basic

4.5.4.2. Detailed

4.6. Config

4.7. Cloudtrail

4.8. CodeDeploy

5. Amazon VPC

5.1. Benefits

5.1.1. Secure

5.1.2. Simple

5.1.3. Scalable

5.2. Connectivity options

5.2.1. Connect directly to the internet (public subnet)

5.2.2. Connect to the internet using NAT (private subnet)

5.2.3. Connect securely to your corporate datacenter

5.2.4. Connect securely to your corporate datacenter

5.2.5. Connect privately to other VPC's

5.2.6. Privately connect to AWS services without using an Internet gateway, NAT or firewall proxy through a VPC endpoint

5.2.7. Privately connect to SaaS solutions supported by AWS Privatelink

5.2.8. Privately connect your internal services across different accounts and VPCs within your own organisation

5.3. Use cases

5.3.1. Host a simple, public-facing website

5.3.2. Host multi-tier web applications

5.3.3. Host scalable web applications in the AWS cloud that are connected to your datacenter.

5.3.4. Extend your corporate network into the cloud

5.3.5. Disaster recovery

5.4. Functionality

5.4.1. Create an Amazon VPC on AWS's scalable infrastructure and specify its private IP address range from any range you choose

5.4.2. Expand your VPC by adding secondary IP ranges

5.4.3. Divide your

6. AWS EC2

6.1. Features

6.1.1. Bare metal instances

6.1.2. Optimize Compute Performance and Cost with Amazon EC2 Fleet

6.1.3. Pause and Resume your instances

6.1.4. GPU Compute Instances

6.1.5. GPU Graphics Instances

6.1.6. High I/O Instances

6.1.7. Dense Storage Instances

6.1.8. Optimised CPU Configurations

6.1.9. Flexible Storage Options

6.1.10. Paying for What you use

6.1.11. Multiple Locations

6.1.12. Elastic IP addresses

6.1.13. Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling

6.1.14. High Performance Computing (HPC) Clusters

6.1.15. Enhanced Networking

6.1.16. Elastic Fabric Adapter (Fast interconnect for HPC clusters)

6.1.17. Available on AWS PrivateLink

6.1.18. Amazon Time Sync Service

6.2. Security Groups

6.2.1. Default Security Groups

6.2.1.1. Allows all inbound traffic from other instances associated with the default security group (the security group specifies itself as a source security group in its inbound rules)

6.2.1.2. Allows all outbound traffic from the instance

6.2.2. Custom Security Groups