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4 comments:

  1. Blog is a good medium you have chosen where we can ask questions. Youtube isnt that helpful for q&a. Thanks.

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  2. Hello,

    I am from performance testing background and aspired to become aws architect.

    So far I have seen only video(AWS - VPC, Public & Private Subnets, Route Tables, Internet & NAT Gateways) from your youtube channel. And it was crisp and to the point.

    And it helped me contemplate what activity is being done and the reason behind it.
    I am trying to practice on aws console by picking some random services and following the help guide and some online articles.

    so far I have built ec2 instances, personal proxy box, setting workspaces, basic elastic beanstalk deployment, hosting wordpress website.


    How about this approach, if you teach the audience:

    Show us few aws architectures diagram(something like this) -

    https://creately.com/diagram/example/h4gr4x8d4/3-Tier%20Architecture%20-%20AWS%20Example

    Explain us the same
    And then built it with your explanations and logics.

    I consider this as an effective approach, which would cover multiple services together and I hope this is how done in real life situation

    Let me know your comments

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  3. Sir could you please cover AWS ECS service covering how to deploy docker image and other stuff like how to auto scale using ECS?

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