Introduction to AWS (Amazon Web Services) Beginner's Guide Book: Learning the basics of AWS in an easy and fast way
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This book is a guide to AWs (Amazon Web Services). It begins by guiding you on how to perform error retries. Sometimes, requests made to AWS may fail, and this calls for you to retry sending the requests. However, you should make the maximum number of retries and some other parameters. These are discussed in this book. The best security credentials for use in AWS are examined, so you will know the best practices for ensuring that these are secure. The AWS requests also need to be signed, which is a good way for ensuring that the requests are not tampered with while in transit. This book guides you on how to sign both AWS requests and the AWS API requests. You will also learn how to verify whether the request was interfered with or not on the receiving end. The ARN (Amazon Resource Name) and namespaces, which are used for the purpose of uniquely identifying resources are explored in this book. The process of using Unbound guidelines for the purpose of auditing the security of your AWS services is also discussed. The book also provides you with a guide on how to set up DNS Resolution between AWS and On-Premises Networks. The following topics are discussed in this book: - Error Retries in AWS - AWS Security Credentials - Setting Up DNS Resolution Between AWS and On-Premises Networks Using Unbound - Guidelines for Security Audit - AWS Service Namaspace and Amazon Resource Names (ARN) - How to Sign AWS API Requests
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