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Learn Amazon Web Services in a Month of Lunches by David Clinton

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Chapter 20. Everything else (nearly)

This book wasn’t meant to be encyclopedic, so covering all of the many AWS services was never part of the plan. Still, deciding what to include and what to leave out was a struggle. My goal was to introduce you to the core tools and principles necessary to successfully launch robust server-based applications. There is, of course, no single “right” way to use AWS, but I think my approach should open doors to the widest possible range of scenarios.

In addition to the core services that I gave the full treatment, chapter 18 summarized categories of services useful for hybrid solutions, and chapter 19 briefly looked at three automation tools. Now it’s time for the “none of the above” section.

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