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Through this AWS Batch course, you'll learn how this fully managed service simplifies the running of batch computing workloads by automatically provisioning and managing the underlying resources. Acquire an understanding of the fundamental elements that together constitute the Amazon Web Services batch, such as jobs, definitions, queues, and environments. The course also helps you get started with AWS Batch by setting up your first job definition, compute environment, and job queue to run a sample job right within the AWS console. Master the basics to leverage AWS Batch's capabilities for your batch processinRead More
AWS Batch is a managed batch processing service on AWS that lets you run batch computing workloads of any scale. It dynamically provisions the optimal compute resources and manages the underlying infrastructure.
AWS Batch works by automatically executing jobs on compute environments consisting of EC2 instances or Fargate resources. It schedules and runs jobs cost-efficiently based on the job definitions, compute specifications, and job queues you configure. AWS Batch optimizes the workload and computes resource distribution behind the scenes.
The key features include:
Rapid and reliable provisioning
ECS-based multi-node parallel jobs
Integrated CloudWatch monitoring
Configurable security controls like IAM roles
Once you enroll in this AWS Batch course, you get 90 days access to the learning content and can refer back at any time after completion. The self-paced online format allows you to learn on your schedule.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded with the course completion certificate powered by AWS from SkillUp. This certificate will be delivered to you via email within 6 hours of course completion.
Yes, AWS Batch integrates natively with other AWS services like Amazon S3, EFS, DynamoDB, CloudWatch, Secrets Manager, and more. This allows you to build complete end-to-end workflows for your batch processing by leveraging other managed AWS cloud capabilities beyond just computing and storage.
In this course, you will learn how to leverage AWS Batch's core components, like jobs, queues, definitions, and environments, to develop, execute, monitor, and secure your batch workloads. You'll cover real-world examples and use cases for big data processing, media transcoding, machine learning model training, and more through hands-on demos. Gain applied skills to efficiently tap into AWS Batch's capabilities for your batch processing needs.