Most cloud-based software runs on one of three major platforms: Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud. In this series of liveProjects, you’ll master the skills you need to provide access to a piece of software from multiple cloud providers. Each project is focused on a different architectural technique so you can choose the skills most relevant to your career development.
These projects are designed for learning purposes and are not complete, production-ready applications or solutions.
here's what's included
Project 1 Deploy to Amazon Web Services
In this liveProject, you’ll set up a staging environment that duplicates a production SaaS platform that has been running on AWS. Your challenges will include creating an Amazon EKS Cluster using Terraform, and setting up a continuous delivery pipeline using GitOps and Route53. You’ll build your understanding of the role of a provider and tenant for a SaaS, and see how that affects its technical architecture.
Project 2 Access with Google Cloud
In this liveProject, you’ll build a system that will allow native GCP and AWS customers to authenticate and authorize users via a single entry point. You’ll update the security for an existing cloud SaaS application to the BeyondCorp security platform of Google Cloud, and add a security layer to an AWS application using Identity Aware Proxy.
Project 3 Connect Google and Amazon
In this liveProject, you’ll establish a VPN tunnel between Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services to securely connect backend resources between the two cloud platforms. You’ll use Google DeploymentManager and Terraform to create a VM instance in Google Cloud Platform, then create a VPN connection using Google Cloud Router to connect to AWS.
This liveProject is for solutions architects and developers with basic knowledge of the cloud. To begin this liveProject you will need to be familiar with:
- Basic knowledge of a cloud platform
- Knowledge of Linux
- Knowledge of shell scripting
- Basic knowledge of OAuth 2.0
- Building a CI/CD pipeline
- Deploying a SaaS application on Kubernetes
- Basic knowledge of networking
you will learn
In this liveProject series, you’ll learn how to unify SaaS application access across GCP and AWS.
- Provide cross-cloud access
- Set up a multi-cloud Kubernetes cluster
- Monitor multi-cloud architectures
- Create a multi-cloud CI/CD pipeline
- Create a multi-cloud data lake