AWS Management and Governance Tutorials


Introduction to AWS Management and Governance: This comprehensive tutorial introduces you to the dynamic and essential world of AWS Management and Governance. AWS, or Amazon Web Services, is a powerhouse in cloud computing, offering a vast array of services and tools that enable businesses to scale, innovate, and maintain efficiency in their cloud operations. This tutorial aims to impart a thorough understanding of how AWS’s suite of management and governance tools can help in effectively monitoring, scaling, automating, and managing cloud resources.

The focus here is not just on the “how-to” aspects of AWS services but also on the “why” – understanding the importance of each service in the broader context of cloud management and governance. Effective management of cloud resources is vital for security, performance optimization, cost efficiency, and compliance with regulatory standards. Through this tutorial, you will learn how to leverage AWS services to create a robust, scalable, and secure cloud environment.

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What You’ll Learn

  • Fundamentals of Cloud Management and Governance: Begin your journey by understanding the foundational concepts of cloud management. This includes an overview of cloud architectures, best practices for deploying and managing cloud resources, and the importance of governance in a cloud environment. Learn how to navigate the complexities of cloud operations, including resource allocation, cost management, and ensuring high availability and reliability.
  • Tool-specific Knowledge and Skills: Each AWS tool and service has its unique features and use cases. This tutorial provides in-depth knowledge of how to use these tools effectively. From setting up alarms in Amazon CloudWatch to automating resource deployment with AWS CloudFormation, you will gain hands-on experience that is directly applicable to real-world scenarios.
  • Automation and Optimization Techniques: Discover how to automate repetitive tasks and optimize your AWS resources for both cost and performance. Learn about the various automation tools AWS offers, such as AWS Auto Scaling and AWS Systems Manager. Understand how to implement best practices for cost optimization, ensuring that you are getting the most out of your AWS investment.
  • Security and Compliance: Security and compliance are paramount in the cloud. This section covers how to manage security policies, compliance standards, and best practices for securing your AWS environment. Learn about AWS tools like AWS Config and AWS CloudTrail, which help in auditing and monitoring your AWS resources for security and compliance purposes.


  1. Amazon CloudWatch: Begin with an introduction to Amazon CloudWatch, a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and applications. Learn how to use CloudWatch to collect and track metrics, collect and monitor log files, set alarms, and automatically react to changes in your AWS resources.
  2. Amazon Managed Grafana: Explore the capabilities of Amazon Managed Grafana, a service that allows you to create observability dashboards for monitoring your applications and infrastructure. Understand how to integrate it with various data sources and use its powerful visualization features for enhanced data analysis.
  3. Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus: This module introduces Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus, designed for monitoring containerized applications and infrastructure. Learn how to use Prometheus to collect and query real-time metrics and logs.
  4. AWS Auto Scaling: Dive into AWS Auto Scaling, understanding how it helps in maintaining application availability and allows you to scale your AWS resources automatically according to predefined conditions. Learn how to set up auto-scaling for EC2 instances and other AWS services.
  5. AWS Chatbot: AWS Chatbot is an interactive agent that helps you monitor and interact with your AWS resources in your team chat rooms. Learn how to integrate AWS services with chat platforms for real-time alerts and automated workflows.
  6. AWS CloudFormation: Master AWS CloudFormation, a service that helps you model and set up your Amazon Web Services resources. Delve into the world of Infrastructure as Code, learning how to write and deploy templates that create and manage a collection of resources.
  7. AWS CloudTrail: Understand how AWS CloudTrail enables governance, compliance, operational auditing, and risk auditing of your AWS account. Learn how to use CloudTrail to log, continuously monitor, and retain account activity related to actions across your AWS infrastructure.
  8. AWS Config: AWS Config is a service that enables you to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your AWS resources. Explore how to use AWS Config to review changes in configurations and relationships between AWS resources, dive into compliance auditing, and security analysis.
  9. AWS Health Dashboard: The AWS Health Dashboard provides timely information about AWS service events and can help you manage service limits. Learn how to monitor the health of AWS services and manage your AWS resource usage efficiently.
  10. AWS Launch Wizard: AWS Launch Wizard offers a guided way of sizing, configuring, and deploying AWS resources for applications. Learn how to simplify the process of setting up and deploying AWS resources with Launch Wizard.
  11. AWS License Manager: Explore AWS License Manager, a service that helps you manage your software licenses from software vendors such as Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, and IBM. Understand how to use License Manager to manage license usage and reduce the risk of non-compliance, misreporting, and additional costs.
  12. AWS Management Console: Get acquainted with the AWS Management Console, a web-based interface for managing AWS services. Learn navigation tips, tricks, and best practices for managing your AWS services efficiently through the console.
  13. AWS Managed Services: AWS Managed Services offers a range of services to help automate common activities such as change requests, monitoring, patch management, security, and backup services. Understand how to leverage AWS Managed Services for outsourcing your cloud infrastructure management.
  14. AWS OpsWorks: AWS OpsWorks is a configuration management service that uses Chef and Puppet. Learn how to automate how servers are configured, deployed, and managed across your Amazon EC2 instances or on-premises compute environments.
  15. AWS Resilience Hub: Delve into AWS Resilience Hub, a service that helps you define, track, and manage the resiliency of your applications. Learn how to design and implement resilient architectures to maintain high availability and disaster recovery.
  16. AWS Service Catalog: AWS Service Catalog allows you to create and manage catalogs of IT services that are approved for use on AWS. Understand how to manage catalogs, maintain control over which IT services can be used, and meet compliance requirements.
  17. AWS Service Management Connector: Explore how AWS Service Management Connector integrates AWS services with third-party service management tools like Jira Service Management. Learn how to improve the consistency and quality of your service operations.
  18. AWS Systems Manager: AWS Systems Manager gives you visibility and control over your AWS resources. Learn how to use Systems Manager for operational insights and control of your AWS environment, including managing system configurations, viewing operational data, and automating tasks.
  19. AWS Telco Network Builder: Understand how AWS Telco Network Builder can help you design and implement telecommunication networks on AWS. Learn about the specific features and tools that make AWS a suitable platform for telecommunication service providers.
  20. AWS Trusted Advisor: Delve into AWS Trusted Advisor, a service that offers recommendations to optimize your AWS environment for cost, performance, security, and fault tolerance. Understand how to use Trusted Advisor to ensure you are following AWS best practices.
  21. AWS Well-Architected Tool: Finally, explore the AWS Well-Architected Tool, a service that helps you review your workloads and compare them against AWS architectural best practices. Learn how to use this tool to improve the architecture of your applications.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is AWS Management and Governance?

AWS Management and Governance is a collection of services and tools provided by AWS to help manage and monitor your cloud resources, ensuring security, compliance, and efficient operations.

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