Bookmarks Study Materials GCP Services to Focus on Validate Your Knowledge Google offers the Associate Cloud Engineer (ACE) as an Associate level certification for individuals who already have IT experience but are relatively new to the Google Cloud Platform. For individuals with zero IT experience or for non-IT people who want to learn Google Cloud, you might want to check Google’s Cloud Digital Leader Certification. To be ACE-Certified, you need to pass the Associate Cloud Engineer exam. This exam will verify your knowledge in deploying, monitoring, and maintaining projects on Google Cloud. The ACE [...]
About Lervin John ObandoLervin is an experienced Cloud Systems Engineer with a strong background in managing and building solutions in Amazon Web Services (AWS) using primary services like EC2, S3, VPC, IAM, etc. He also has experience handling multi-cloud server infrastructures like Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and data-center operations across Linux and Windows platforms.He is an Associate Cloud Engineer – Google Cloud Certified, an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, and an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner. These certifications have proven his ability in architecting, deploying, and maintaining secure and efficient solutions applying the best practices across Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. Furthermore, he progressed his resourcefulness, analytical, and problem-solving skills when exposed to Network Administration, VMware Administration, Oracle Database, and SQL.He finished a degree in Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. His drive for continuous learning and grit for knowledge expansion and growth did not stop there. He also pursued various certifications and was able to pull them off, as mentioned above.As a Systems Engineer, stabilizing the systems and implementing strategic IT solutions are his primary commitment and value-added contributions to the organization in which he belongs. His core functions include resolving technical and cloud-related issues from routine to complex, running multiple command-line scripts, troubleshooting and networking, delivering recommendations and solutions for processes and facilities improvement, and providing excellent customer and client support.He is an outgoing and enthusiastic individual with a strong passion for music. During his free time, he loves to play guitar and travel with his motorcycle.
Deleting a stack on CloudFormation also removes all the provisioned resources in it. In some cases, you want some resources to be retained even after deleting its stack. The good thing is that you can do this by defining its DeletionPolicy. This is pretty straightforward - you just need to define DeletionPolicy with Retain value and for the resources that support snapshot, (like RDS databases) you can set Snapshot as its value. With DeletionPolicy: Snapshot, a snapshot is created before a resource is deleted. This allows you to have a backup of the resource that's been deleted from the stack. [...]
AWS CloudFormation lets you model and provision resources for your environment using programming language, leveraging the concept of Infrastructure as Code (IaC). You don’t need to manually create all of your resources one by one, CloudFormation will do this for you. All resources are defined on the AWS CloudFormation template. This means that this AWS environment can be reliably and easily reproduced since everything is declared on a template. For example, creating a new Test environment similar to your current setup, or when creating a Disaster Recovery environment in another region. With AWS CloudFormation, you can either upload your own [...]
Managing access to your S3 buckets should be pretty easy using Amazon S3’s bucket policy. But as the number of your users and data grows, this easily becomes a complicated task. Provisioning access policies (who and where to access these objects) to these users could be a messy thing to do. AWS added this feature called Access Points on S3 to resolve this current problem. Access Points can simplify things in terms of provisioning access to different users. With this feature, each user can have a dedicated access point on a bucket and each of these access points has its [...]
With Amazon S3 being virtually unlimited in size, it's quite a challenge to keep everything monitored especially when you are dealing with a large number of objects that scales up from time to time. With Amazon S3 Event Notifications, you’ll be able to immediately know when an object in your bucket was created, removed or restored. This feature allows you to get notifications every time an event happens on your S3 bucket. These notifications can then be forwarded to Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic, Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) queue, and AWS Lambda. The S3 Event Notification [...]