Please read the attached “AWS Cloud Migration Project” word document for details on things required.
“Project_AWS_PoC_Cloud_Migration” word document includes steps, labs and required executive summary.
Project: Build Proof of Concept for BallotOnline Cloud Migration
In previous projects, you have investigated and reported on several aspects of cloud technology crucial to BallotOnline’s cloud migration. To make a final determination, you have been asked to build a proof of concept for migrating the company’s website to Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) cloud.
You will conduct the proof of concept in several steps.
1. You will build an AWS migration environment and configure web services needed.
2. You will test the migration environment.
3. You will prepare a cloud monitoring dashboard.
4. You will cause site outages and investigate the results on the monitoring dashboard.
In each of these steps, you will prepare lab reports documenting your efforts with the report templates provided.
Finally, you will prepare and submit the final Proof of Concept report.
STEP 1: Build an AWS Migration Environment and Configure the Web Services
The BallotOnline management has asked you to build out an environment as a proof of concept on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to migrate the BallotOnline web service. This environment will consist of virtual servers or virtual machines made up of two instances of EC2 that will both be used to serve out the BallotOnline website.
You will use AWS Elastic Load Balancer to split the traffic going to this site (so each of the EC2 instance will serve half of the Internet traffic) and you will also use AWS Auto Scaling to ensure that the servers can scale to support the demand. (In our specific instance, we want to make sure if one of the servers is down, a new instance will automatically be spun up.)
After the basic infrastructure is provisioned, then you will configure the web servers to be able to provide web services.
Lab 1: Build AWS Migration Environment Lab
In this lab, you will set up the core infrastructure. This includes your virtual machines (or instances)
in AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Auto-Scaling group, and Elastic Load Balancer.
Log In to the AWS Console
• Log in to your AWS Academy Classroom.
• Click on the AWS Console button.
Launch an Instance
1. In the AWS services search box, type the following and hit Return or Enter on the keyboard to
access the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) web service. Alternatively, you can also access ec2 by clicking on the Services link (on the upper left corner of the screen) and selecting EC2 from the list of services.
2. On the Resources screen, under Launch Instance, click Launch instance.
Used with permission from Amazon Web Services.
Alt text= Screenshot of the launch instance.
3. Choose an Amazon Machine Image (AMI). You should select the Amazon Linux AMI,
located at the top of the screen.
Used with permission from Amazon Web Services.
Alt text= Screenshot of the AMI.
4. Choose an Instance Type. Be sure that you are selecting the t2.micro, which is free-tier
Configure Instance Detail
Please complete the following portions:
· Lab 1: Nothing
· Lab 2:
· Write 1 – 2 pages on experiences completing lab
· Lab 3:
· Write a 3 paragraph summary of your experiences during this portion of the lab, any lessons learned, and any areas for future experimentation.
· Lab 4:
· Analyze what actions you could take to minimize the likelihood of outages and ensure compliance with your service-level requirements (two paragraphs in length).
· Executive Summary:
· Executive Summary (1 Page)
· Lessons Learned (2 pages)
· Feasibility of cloud environment for web services deployment (2 pages)
Note: Don’t worry about screenshots or lab results (in executive summary).
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