AWS Tutorial for Beginners: A Step-by-Step Guide
  • Intermediate
  • 14 Lessons
  • 10 hrs of Learning
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If you're in the market for a cloud computing platform, there's no doubt that Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a top contender. AWS is known for its ease of use and its vast array of features, both of which make it an ideal platform for businesses of all sizes. It allows users to access various computing, storage, and networking services from anywhere in the world. In this tutorial, we'll walk you through the key features of AWS and how it can benefit your business. So whether you're a beginner or an experienced user, this tutorial is for you.

Skills Covered

  • S3
  • EC2
  • Lambda
  • Glacier
  • Load Balancing
  • CloudFormation
  • Information and Access Management

Topics Covered

Topics Covered

  1. introduction to amazon web services
  2. AWS Fundamentals
  3. What is AWS EC2
  4. Dissecting AWS’s (VPC)
  5. Overview, Features, and Storage Classes Explained
  6. AWS IAM: Explained
  7. What is AWS CloudFront?
  8. AWS Auto Scaling
  9. What is AWS Load Balancer
  10. AWS Sage maker
  11. AWS Cloud Formation
  12. How to Become an AWS Solutions Architect
  13. Top 90+ AWS Interview Questions and Answers
  14. Amazon Interview Questions and Answers

AWS Tutorial: Table of Contents

Lesson 1: What Is AWS (Amazon Web Services): introduction to the amazon web services

Amazon Web Services is a comprehensive suite of cloud computing services that lets you create, operate, and manage a variety of applications. AWS offers a broad range of services that can be used to power your business and help you increase efficiency and improve your scalability. 

Lesson 2: AWS Fundamentals

As the world's leading provider of cloud services, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has plenty to offer business owners. It offers a variety of services, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), and Amazon Route 53. AWS is often used to power web applications, but it also has powerful capabilities for building data centers, managing networks, and deploying applications.

Lesson 3: What is AWS EC2 and Why It is Important?

AWS EC2 is a cloud computing service that enables customers to launch, run, and terminate applications on Amazon Web Services. It provides a platform for building, deploying, and scaling web applications. AWS EC2 is important because it makes it easy for businesses to get started with cloud computing. It's also a good choice for larger businesses that need more resources and flexibility. 

Lesson 4: Dissecting AWS’s Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

AWS's Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a powerful tool that companies can use to create isolated, secure instances that can run code and applications without affecting the public or internal networks. In this post, we'll explore how VPC works and what benefits it has for businesses.

Lesson 5: What are AWS S3: Overview, Features, and Storage Classes Explained

AWS (Amazon web service) S3 is a cloud-based storage service that offers an extensive range of features and storage classes. In this article, we will provide an overview of the AWS S3, its features, and storage classes. 

Lesson 6: AWS IAM: Working, Components, and Features Explained

AWS IAM is a powerful tool that can help you manage your AWS resources more effectively. It Includes IAM is, its components, and some of its key features and also learn how to use IAM to manage user permissions and access to resources and to monitor and manage your AWS infrastructure. 

Lesson 7: What is AWS CloudFront? Everything You Need to Know [Updated]

AWS CloudFront is a service that makes it easy for you to distribute your web content to multiple endpoints. With CloudFront, you can distribute your static web content (such as images and style sheets), as well as dynamic content (such as blog posts and e-commerce products). You can also use CloudFront to distribute your web application load balancer (WALB) traffic, so you can rendezvous traffic with clients behind a WALB. 

Lesson 8: An Introduction To AWS Auto Scaling

If you're running a business that relies on a dynamic and ever-changing workload, then you'll want to take advantage of Amazon's AWS Auto Scaling. This feature allows you to automatically up or down your server capacity as needed, so you can keep your site up and running regardless of the load.

Lesson 9: What is AWS Load Balancer [Algorithms & Demos Included]

AWS Load Balancer [Algorithms & Demos Included] provides a layer of security and reliability for your web applications by transparently distributing traffic across multiple instances of your web applications. This can be useful in cases where you have high loads and scaling web applications. In this blog post, we will explore AWS Load Balancer in detail and provide demos of different algorithms & load balancer configurations.

Lesson 10: An Introduction to AWS SageMaker

AWS Sage maker is a cloud-based tool that allows businesses to create custom applications using Amazon Web Services (AWS). It allows users to easily create, deploy, and manage applications using a drag-and-drop interface. AWS Sage maker is also intuitive and easy to use, making it a great choice for businesses that need to create custom applications quickly and easily.

Lesson 11: AWS Cloud Formation: Concepts, Templates, EC2 Use Case, and More

AWS Cloud Formation lets you easily create, manage, and deploy stacks of AWS services in a single declarative request. In this article, we will discuss some of the concepts behind Cloud Formation, provide overviews of popular templates and use cases, and provide tips on how to best use Cloud Formation to achieve your business goals. So whether you're a beginner or an experienced AWS user, read on to learn more about this powerful cloud-based service!

Lesson 12: How to Become an AWS Solutions Architect: Certifications Available and Job Opportunities

AWS Solutions Architects work on the front lines of Amazon Web Services (AWS), helping customers build and deploy innovative clouds and applications. With so much at stake, they must have the right skills and certification to protect their jobs and ensure customer success. In this article, we outline the various AWS Solutions Architect certifications and list some of the available job opportunities. 

Lesson 13: Top 90+ AWS Interview Questions and Answers for 2022

As the world increasingly turns to cloud-based services, it's no surprise that Amazon Web Services (AWS) is becoming one of the most in-demand technology platforms. With so much demand, you must have a strong understanding of AWS if you're hoping to land a job with AWS in the future. In this article, we've compiled a list of the top 90+ questions and answers for your AWS interview preparation.

Lesson 14: Amazon Interview Questions and Answers That You Should Know

Are you interested in a career with Amazon? If so, you'll want to make sure that you are prepared for an interview. This comprehensive list of Amazon interview questions and answers will help you learn about the company and show that you are interested in the role. From questions about the job market to questions about the company culture, this list has it all. 


AWS is an alternative option for those who are looking for a sophisticated web-based solution. Depending on your requirement, you can use the platform to host your blog, store pictures or videos, and even run applications. Few other options are available in the market, but not many have the capacity and quality of AWS. So, if you want to build a highly secure website with reliable performance levels, do not think twice and opt for AWS!

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Shyamli is a Senior Research Analyst at Simplilearn. She is proficient in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, Cloud Computing, Android Development and other coding languages like C, C++ and Java.

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