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My AWS Story

Jesbin
Noobie
・Updated on ・1 min read

Greetings, I hope you're all good. AWS now offers over 100+ services, with more being added on a daily basis. This is how AWS seems after a short glance,
AWS Services list

You might be wondering where to begin. The first thing no one informed me was that we didn't need all of these services. The real magic occurs when we realize we can link all of these services and tie them together to create a wild ecosystem.
Lets take an example. Assume that you need to build a simple static static site. You need a domain, DNS and hosting. Actually you can get all of these at AWS. Its like everything under an umbrella. You can manage your domain from a Route 53 . For hosting you can use S3. You can connect these using some simple steps and its done. But when you look closer you find those things that you can improve. SSL, CDN, Load balancing all those pretty things that you could add. So, this is what now AWS Looks like,
AWS Services list with S3, Route 53, etc
This is actually how I started learning AWS. I won't say that it's easy for me, I am still trying to learn most of these things. But to get started I used this method - Bottom Up Approach. I hope this was helpful for some.

Have a great day🀍

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Lee Wynne

Ah this is great @jesbin - how long have you been working with AWS?

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Jesbin Author • Edited

Thanks for the feedback. It's been a few months.😊

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Lee Wynne

marvellous!! what’s your long term goal?

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Jesbin Author

Nothing special. Just learning some new things.πŸ˜…

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Lee Wynne • Edited

Hey @jesbin , we want to send you some free aws credits for this story. Can you get in contact?