The Petrel platform has become an industry standard and has revolutionized the way we work in all domains. Today, the active global community of users continue to push the boundaries of subsurface understanding using the Petrel platform.
In creating this special anniversary book, we want to take a moment to reflect on that history and to celebrate the many achievements we have made together with you—our customers and partners.
Read all about it! As well as finding out about the Pixelbook peculiarities which might be coming to a chromebook near you in the near future, those of you with any other chromebook will also learn all about…
...Chromebook installation and initialization.
...The chromebook keyboard and (optional) touchscreen.
...Interacting with Chrome OS operating system.
...Working with the web browser and web apps.
...Accessing Android apps.
...Your Google account.
...Google Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides.
...Music, Movies and Google Play.
...Cloud computing conundrums (such as printing).
...Cloud computing without a chromebook.
...A cloud computing case study.
...Advanced aspects of your chromebook computer.
Praise for the previous edition ("The Chrome Book" by C H Rome):
"Buy this book if you get or give a Chromebook. Great coverage and straightforward language."
"Clearly illustrates the capabilities of the Chrome experience, and very helpful for anyone considering buying a Chromebook."
"If you buy a Chromebook and you're not familiar with cloud computing, this is the book for you."
"A very good starting point if you are not familiar with cloud computing using Google services."
"Now I see what cloud computing and the Chromebooks are all about."
This book is for IT professionals and developers looking to clear the AWS Certified Developer – Associate 2017 exam. Developers looking to develop and manage their applications on the AWS platform will also find this book useful. No prior AWS experience is needed.What You Will LearnCreate and manage users, groups, and permissions using AWS Identity and Access Management servicesCreate a secured Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) with Public and Private Subnets, Network Access Control, and Security groupsGet started with Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), launching your first EC2 instance, and working with itHandle application traffic with Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) and monitor AWS resources with CloudWatchWork with AWS storage services such as Simple Storage Service (S3), Glacier, and CloudFrontGet acquainted with AWS DynamoDB – a NoSQL database serviceCoordinate work across distributed application components using Simple Workflow Service (SWF)In Detail
AWS Certified Developer - Associate Guide starts with a quick introduction to AWS and the prerequisites to get you started. Then, this book gives you a fair understanding of core AWS services and basic architecture. Next, this book will describe about getting familiar with Identity and Access Management (IAM) along with Virtual private cloud (VPC). Moving ahead you will learn about Elastic Compute cloud (EC2) and handling application traffic with Elastic Load Balancing (ELB). Going ahead you we will talk about Monitoring with CloudWatch, Simple storage service (S3) and Glacier and CloudFront along with other AWS storage options. Next we will take you through AWS DynamoDB – A NoSQL Database Service, Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) and CloudFormation Overview. Finally, this book covers understanding Elastic Beanstalk and overview of AWS lambda.
At the end of this book, we will cover enough topics, tips and tricks along with mock tests for you to be able to pass the AWS Certified Developer - Associate exam and develop as well as manage your applications on the AWS platform.Style and approach
This step-by-step guide includes exercises and mock tests to clear the AWS certification exam and become a successful AWS developer.