This quest is a collection of featured lab patterns with are covered in the June 2021 Webinar Reviewing Security Essential Best Practice.
Using this collection of labs, the user will be able to walk through the featured patterns from the session which cover best practice relating to multilayered API security, autonomous patching with EC2 Image Builder and Systems Manager and building incident response playbooks with Jupiter notebooks.
Using either an AWS supplied, or your own AWS account, you will learn through hands-on labs in the AWS Well-Architected area of Incident Response . The skills you learn will help you secure your workloads in alignment with the AWS Well-Architected Framework .
NOTE: You will be billed for any applicable AWS resources used if you complete this lab that are not covered in the AWS Free Tier .
In this lab we will walk you through an example scenario of building out a multilayered approach to protecting an API using the following services:
In this lab we will walk you through a blue/green deployment methodology to build an entirely new Amazon Machine Image (AMI) that contains the latest operating system patch, which can be deployed into an application cluster. We will use the following services to complete the workload deployment:
In this lab we will walk you through a hands-on lab which will guide you through running a basic incident response playbook using Jupyter. It is a best practice to be prepared for an incident, and practice your investigation and response tools and processes. We will achieve this :