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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Practice Exam

Course Description

17.17 Hours

171 Videos

Amazon Web Services is a subsidiary of Amazon. This technology includes cloud storage, computing, networking, database, analytics, application services, customer relationship management (CRM), mobile and developer tools.  Amazon Web Services certifications are very common in the IT industry. However, with over 90 distinct services, it is very difficult to know what to even study if preparing for one of the certification exams. In this course, you will learn the foundational cloud computing concepts and AWS services needed to achieve the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification. First, you will learn core concepts about cloud computing and its differences from traditional data centers. Next, you will review the core AWS services that are covered in the exam. Finally, you will review techniques for taking the exam that will improve your overall score. When you have completed this course, you will have the knowledge and skills that you need to successfully complete the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam.

This course is intended for all AWS Solutions Architects, Developers, Admins, Networking, and Big Data Experts, as well as anyone interested in learning and advancing their knowledge in the AWS Platform.

Key Learning Topics In This Course

Define what the AWS Cloud is and the basic global infrastructure
Describe the key services on the AWS platform and their common use cases
Describe basic AWS Cloud architectural principles
Describe basic security and compliance aspects of the AWS platform and the shared security model
Define the billing, account management, and pricing models
Identify sources of documentation or technical assistance (e.g., whitepapers, support tickets)
Describe the AWS Cloud value proposition
Describe basic/core characteristics of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction to Cloud Computing

  1. Welcome
  2. Why Cloud Computing
  3. What is Cloud Computing
  4.  Cloud Computing Deployment Models
  5.  Cloud Computing Types
  6.  AWS Cloud Overview
  7.  AWS Management Console Walk-Through
  8.  AWS Shared Responsibility
  9.  Summary

Module 2: Identity and Access Management IAM

  1. IAM Overview
  2.  IAM Users Groups Hands-On
  3.  IAM Policies Hands-On
  4.  MFA Overview
  5.  MFA Hands-On
  6.  AWS CLI
  7.  AWS CLI Installation Hands-On
  8.  AWS CLI Hands-On
  9.  IAM Roles
  10.  M Best Practices
  11.  Shared Responsibility Model for IAM
  12.  IAM Summary

Module 3: Elastic Cloud Computing EC2

  1. Budget Setup
  2.  EC2 Overview
  3.  EC2 Instance Hands-On
  4.  Security Groups
  5. Security Groups Hands-On
  6.  SSH Overview
  7.  SSH Using Putty-Windows
  8.  SSH Using CMD-Windows
  9.  EC2 Instance Connect
  10.  EC2 Instance Roles
  11.  EC2 Launch Types
  12. Shared Responsibility Model for EC2
  13.  EC2 Summary

Module 4: EC2 Storage

  1. Intro to EC2 Instance Storage
  2.  EBS Volume Overview
  3.  EBS Volume Hands-On
  4.  EBS Snapshots
  5. EBS Snapshots Hands-On
  6.  AMI Overview
  7.  AMI Hands-On
  8.  EC2 Instance Store
  9.  EC2 Instance Store Hands-On
  10.  Elastic File System – EFS
  11.  Shared responsibility Model for EC2 Storage
  12.  Section Cleanup
  13.  EC2 Instance Storage Summary

Module 5: Elastic Load Balancer and Auto Scaling Group ELB and ESG

  1. Introduction to Scalability High-Availability
  2.  High Availability, Scalability and Elasticity
  3.  ELB Overview
  4.  ELB Hands-On
  5.  ASG Overview
  6.  ASG Hands-On
  7.  Section Cleanup
  8.  Summary

Module 6: Amazon S3

  1.  S3 Introduction
  2.  S3 Overview
  3.  S3 Hands-On
  4.  S3 Security
  5. S3 Bucket Policies Hands-On
  6.  S3 Websites
  7.  S3 Website Hands-On
  8.  S3 Versioning
  9.  S3 Versioning Hands-On
  10.  S3 Access Logs
  11.  S3 Access Logs Hands-On
  12. S3 Replication
  13. S3 Replication Hands-On
  14. S3 Storage Classes
  15.  Snowball, Snowball Edge and SnowMobile
  16. S3 Summary

Module 7: Database and Analytics

  1. Database Introduction
  2. RDS Aurora Overview
  3.  RDS Database Hands-On
  4.  ElastiCache Overview
  5.  DynamoDB Overview
  6.  DynamoDB Hands-On
  7. RedShift Overview
  8. Amazon EMR Overview
  9.  Athena Overview
  10.  AWS Glue
  11.  DMS Overview
  12. Database Analytics Summary

Module 8: Other Services

  1. Other Compute Introduction
  2. ECS-Fargate-ECR Overview
  3.  What is Serverless
  4. AWS Lambda
  5.  AWS Lambda Hands-On
  6.  AWS Batch
  7. AWS LightSail
  8. AWS LightSail Hands-On
  9.  Other Compute Summary

Module 9: Scaling Your Infrastructure

  1. CloudFormation Overview
  2. Cloud Formation Hands-On
  3.  Elastic Beanstalk Overview
  4.  Elastic Beanstalk Hands-On
  5.  AWS CodeDeploy
  6.  AWS SSM
  7.  AWS OpsWorks
  8.  Infrastructure at Scale Summary

Module 10: Global Applications

  1. Why Global Application
  2.  Route 53
  3. Route 53 Hands-On
  4.  CloudFront
  5.  CloudFront Hands-On
  6.  S3 Transfer Acceleration
  7. AWS Global Aceelerator
  8.  Global Application Summary

Module 11: Cloud Integration

  1.  Cloud Integration Introduction
  2.  SQS Service
  3.  SQS Service Hands-On
  4.  SNS Service
  5.  SNS Service Hands-On
  6.  Cloud Integration Summary

Module 12: Cloud Monitoring

  1. CloudWatch Metrics and Alarms
  2.  CloudWatch Metrics and Alarms Hands-On
  3. CloudWatch Logs
  4.  CloudWatch Events and EventBridge
  5.  CloudWatch Events and EventBridge Hands-On
  6.  CloudTrail
  7.  X-Ray
  8.  Service Health Dashboard
  9.  Personal Health Dashboard
  10.  Monitoring Summary

Module 13: Virtual Private Network

  1.  Settings the Expectations
  2.  VPC and subnets, Internet Gateway and NAT Gateways
  3.  VPC and subnets, Internet Gateway and NAT Gateways-Hands-On
  4.  NACL and Security Groups
  5.  NACL and Security Groups Hands-On
  6.  VPC Flow Logs
  7.  VPC Peering
  8. VPC Flow Logs and VPC Peering Hands-On
  9. VPC Endpoints
  10. VPC Endpoints Hands-On
  11.  Site-to-Site VPNs and Direct Connect
  12.  Transit Gateway
  13. VPC Summary

Module 14: Security and Compliance

  1.  Introduction to Security and Compliance
  2. DDoS Mitigration
  3. Penetration Testing
  4. KMS and CloudHSM
  5. Secrets Manager
  6. AWS Artifact
  7. GuardDuty
  8. Inspector
  9. AWS Config
  10. AWS Macie
  11. Security and Compliance Summary

Module 15: Machine Learning

  1. Amazon Rekognition
  2.  Amazon Transcribe
  3.  Amazon Polly
  4. Amazon Translate
  5.  Amazon Lex and Connect
  6.  Amazon Comprehend
  7. Amazon SageMaker
  8.  Machine Learning Summary

Module 16: Advanced Identity

  1. Amazon Cognito
  2. Directory Services
  3. Single Sign-On (SSO)
  4.  Advanced Identity Summary

Module 17: Are You Well Architected?

  1. Are You Well Architected
  2.  Operational Excellence
  3. Security
  4.  Reliability
  5.  Performance Efficiency
  6. Cost Optimization
  7.  Trusted Advisor

Module 18: Congratulations & Exam Preparation

  1.  Exam Tips & Congratulations

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