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.