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AWS Cloud Architect

Course Description

17 Hours

171 Videos

This AWS Cloud Architect Master’s Program will make you an expert in Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this program, you will become familiar with architectural principles and services of AWS, learn how to design and deploy highly scalable and fault-tolerant applications on AWS, implement AWS security and testing, and become an expert in AWS components such as S3 and CloudFormation.

About the Program

What are the course objectives?

This AWS certification program will enable you to master the core skills required for designing and deploying dynamically scalable, highly available, fault-tolerant, and reliable applications on one of the top cloud platform providers—Amazon Web Services (AWS). You will learn the fundamentals of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform and become an expert in understanding AWS terminologies, concepts, benefits, and deployment options to meet your business requirements. You will also get an overview of AWS DMS (Database Migration Service), how the AWS Schema Conversion tool works, and the various types of AWS DMS; how to build, implement, and manage scalable and fault-tolerant systems on AWS; and, how to select the appropriate AWS service based on data, compute, database, and security requirements.

Who should take this AWS Cloud Architect program?

Any professional interested in hosting highly scaleable, fault-tolerant applications on the AWS platform should take this program. However, the following roles and disciplines are ideal for this course:

  • Solutions architects
  • Programmers
  • Cloud developers
  • Cloud software engineers
  • DevOps professionals

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Course Syllabus

Course 1

AWS Technical Essentials
This AWS Technical Essentials Certification Training course will introduce you to the fundamentals of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform and ensure that you are fully proficient in identifying AWS terminologies, concepts, benefits, and deployment options to meet your business requirements.

AWS Technical Essentials
Lesson 01 Introduction to Cloud Computing01:31:19
01 Course Introduction – Simplilearn01:45
02 Course Agenda02:46
03 Need for Cloud Computing12:31
04 what is cloud computing? – A05:24
05 What is Cloud Computing? – B05:56
06 What is Cloud Made up of?12:01
07 benefits of cloud computing09:11
08 Key concepts and Terminology05:38
09 Economies of scale01:20
10 capex vs opex02:54
11 What is a Public cloud01:46
12 characteristics of Public Cloud01:21
13 What is Private CLoud?01:22
14 Characteristics of Private CLoud01:34
15 What is Hybrid cloud?01:01
16 Characteristics of Hybrid CLoud01:11
17 review and what next00:29
18 What is IAAS?03:54
19 Use cases of IAAS01:45
20 what is paas?02:06
21 Use Cases of PAAS03:35
22 What is saas?02:28
23 What is Shared Responsibility Model?09:21
Lesson 02 First Steps into Amazon Web Services29:20
1 Foot Prints of Amazon Web Services – Datacenters13:58
2 AWS Console Tour09:32
3 Free access to AWS02:58
4 Creating a Free AWS Account02:52
Lesson 03 Identity and Access Management (IAM)27:16
1 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part A08:50
2 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part B03:19
3 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part C08:23
4 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part D04:19
5 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part E02:25
Lesson 04 Networking in AWS – Virtual Private Clouds40:46
1 Networking Fundamentals – Part A03:58
2 Networking Fundamentals – Part B08:06
3 Conceptial Overview of VPC04:45
4 AWS VPC – Walkthrough16:51
5 NACLS and Security Groups07:06
Lesson 05 Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)55:31
1 What is Compute04:42
2 AWS Compute Services13:25
3 EC2 Instance – Lab Activity23:05
4 EC2- Connecting to Windows Machine06:29
5 Ec2 Instance – Linux Instance07:50
Lesson 06 AWS Storage45:25
1 Storage Fundamentals08:21
2 AWS S3 – Simple Storage Services11:32
3 AWS S3 – Simple Storage Services – B06:25
4 AWS S3 Storage Classes and Data Lifecycle13:10
5 AWS Storage Gateway05:57
Lesson 07 Load Balancing and Autoscaling14:12
1 AutoScaling06:01
2 Elastic Load Balancer Lab03:51
3 Load balancing and Autoscaling Introduction04:20
Lesson 08 DNS and Content Delivery Networks23:40
1 Route 5312:16
2 Cloud Front11:24
Lesson 09 Monitoring, Auditing and Alerts45:04
1 Cloud Watch15:47
2 Cloud Trail05:53
3 Simple Notification Services07:46
4 AWS Config03:32
5 AWS Config LAB09:50
6 AWS CloudTrail vs. CloudWatch vs. Config02:16
Lesson 10 Databases18:22
1 SQL – RDS09:34
2 NO SQL Dynamo DB04:20
3 ElastiCache and Redis04:28
Lesson 11 Serverless Computing05:34
1 AWS Lambda05:34
Lesson 12 Security and Compliance15:04
1 Shared Responsibilty Model05:06
2 Security and Compliance Services07:39
3 AWS KMS02:19
Lesson 13 AWS Pricing, Billing, and Support Services29:02
1 AWS organizations03:00
2 AWS Organizations – Lab Demonstration07:43
3 AWS Pricing05:16
4 AWS Billing and Cost Tools04:24
4 AWS Support Plans and Trusted Advisor05:51
5 AWS Whitepapers02:48
Lesson 14 Conclusion02:31
1 Course Conclusion02:31
Practice Project
AWS Tech Essentials Project – Media

Course 2 Online Classroom Flexi Pass

AWS Solutions Architect
The AWS certification training is designed to help you gain an in-depth understanding of Amazon Web Services (AWS) architectural principles and services such as IAM, VPC, EC2, EBS and more. The course is aligned with the latest exam announced by AWS, and you will learn how to design and scale AWS Cloud implementations with best practices recommended by Amazon. AWS certified solutions architects command average salaries of $129,000 per year, so get started in this exciting field today.

Section 01 – Self-paced Learning Curriculum
Lesson 01 – Introduction23:03
1.01 Welcome to the Course03:39
1.02 About The Instructor03:33
1.03 Why Cloud Computing06:43
1.04 Why AWS03:55
1.05 Overview of AWS Services05:13
Lesson 02 – Getting Started With AWS22:35
2.01 Overview of the Exam05:52
2.02 Overview of this course03:11
2.03 Setting up free tier AWS account04:01
2.04 Getting Familiar with AWS Console09:31
Lesson 03 – Identity and Access Management01:18:23
3.01 Introduction to IAM07:17
3.02 Getting Started with IAM10:45
3.03 IAM Users and IAM Groups20:18
3.04 IAM Policies14:06
3.05 IAM Roles17:07
3.06 IAM Best Practices06:21
3.07 IAM Summary02:29
Lesson 04 – S302:42:30
4.01 Introduction05:58
4.02 Fundamentals12:32
4.03 Object Storage Vs. Block Storage04:23
4.04 Getting Started with S307:35
4.05 Versioning15:48
4.06 Server Access Logging and Object level Logging12:57
4.07 Static Website Hosting04:18
4.08 Encryption11:38
4.09 Tags Transfer Acceleration and Multipart upload11:17
4.10 Events07:34
4.11 Requester Pays02:55
4.12 Permissions Access Control List and Bucket Policy07:51
4.13 Object Lifecycle Management09:36
4.14 Cross Region Replication11:33
4.15 Analytics Metrics and Inventory12:05
4.16 Storage Classes13:15
4.17 Select From03:20
4.18 S3 Summary07:55
Lesson 05 – EC2 and EBS01:16:21
5.01 Introduction00:58
5.02 Creating An EC2 Part One08:12
5.03 Creating An EC2 Part Two11:34
5.04 Creating An EC2 Part THree15:32
5.05 Managing The EC2 Instance09:54
5.06 AMI Image And Bundle Task06:59
5.07 EBS Volume Snapshots13:27
5.08 Instance Store And Placement Groups06:53
5.09 Summary02:52
Lesson 06 – ELB and Autoscaling01:34:33
6.01 Introduction11:15
6.02 Application Load Balancing Demo32:47
6.03 Network Load Balancing Demo21:22
6.04 Autoscaling Launch Configuration and Autoscaling Group11:59
6.05 Autoscaling Demo08:51
6.06 Scheduled Scaling Demo02:41
6.07 Lifecycle of EC2 Instance and Lifecycle Hooks03:12
6.08 EC2 Instance Termination Logic02:26
Lesson 07 – Cloudwatch09:24
7.01 Overview09:24
Lesson 08 – VPC01:06:21
8.01 VPC Basics12:31
8.02 Setting up VPC17:15
8.03 Create VPC From Wizard10:36
8.04 NAT Instance vs NAT Gateway02:49
8.05 VPC Peering and VPC Endpoints07:57
8.06 VPC Flow Logs15:13
Lesson 09 – Databases01:16:39
9.01 Creating an RDS Instance20:07
9.02 RDS Multi AZ Deployment02:31
9.03 RDS Read Replicas07:02
9.04 RDS Multi AZ vs. Read Replicas01:33
9.05 RTO and RPO00:59
9.06 Connecting to RDS Instance via Workbench07:41
9.07 Redshift04:40
9.08 SQL vs. NoSQL03:21
9.09 DynamoDB – Tables, Item, Attributes, and Indexes09:30
9.10 Global Secondary Index vs Local Secondary Index01:13
9.11 Read Consistency and Throughput Capacity07:40
9.12 Autoscaling01:50
9.13 Encryption01:27
9.14 Query vs. Scan02:24
9.15 DynamoDB Streams03:20
9.16 DynamoDB Accelerator01:21
Lesson 10 – Route 5301:06:47
10.01 Basics11:58
10.02 Registering a Domain02:05
10.03 Simple Routing Policy Demo10:56
10.04 Weighted Routing Policy Demo08:38
10.05 Latency Routing Policy Demo08:17
10.06 Geographical Routing Policy Demo08:32
10.07 Failover Routing Policy Demo09:06
10.08 Multivalue Answer Routing Policy Demo07:15
Lesson 11 – Additional Key Services02:24:36
11.01 Snowball04:40
11.02 AWS Kinesis12:38
11.03 CloudFront Overview05:18
11.04 CloudFront Lab19:36
11.05 KMS and CloudHSM13:39
11.06 Elastic MapReduce18:11
11.07 AWS Athena09:53
11.08 EFS09:21
11.09 Elasticache04:33
11.10 Cloud Formation18:47
11.11 OpsWork04:29
11.12 AWS Direct Connect04:43
11.13 AWS Lambda18:48
Lesson 12 – SAA C02 Latest Services01:48:52
12.01 Amazon FSx for Windows File Server06:55
12.02 Lab Amazon FSx Windows File Server Part One08:09
12.03 Lab Amazon FSx Windows File Server Part Two05:41
12.04 Amazon FSx for Lustre01:42
12.05 AWS Global Accelerator03:34
12.06 High Performance Computing05:22
12.07 AWS Organizations03:00
12.08 AWS Organization Lab Demonstration07:43
12.09 AWS ​​ ​Resource Access Manager06:06
12.10 AWS Database Migration Service17:06
12.11 AWS ​ DataSync05:47
12.12 AWS Config03:32
12.13 AWS Config LAB09:50
12.14 AWS CloudTrail vs CloudWatch vs Config02:16
12.15 AWS Serverless Application Model03:55
12.16 AWS SSO02:43
12.17 AWS SSO LAB15:31

Section 02 – Live Class Curriculum
Lesson 01 – Course Introduction
Course Introduction
Lesson 02 – AWS Overview
Section Introduction
Introduction to AWS
Core AWS Services
Accessing AWS Services
Assisted Practice: Set up the AWS Command Line Interface
Key Takeaways
Lesson 03 – Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
Section Introduction
Introduction to Amazon EC2
Amazon Machine Image
Assisted Practice: Create a Linux-based EC2 Instance
Assisted Practice: Create a Windows-based EC2 Instance
Assisted Practice: Create a Custom AMI
Assisted Practice: Create an Instance Using a Custom AMI
Introduction to Amazon EBS
EBS Snapshot
Assisted Practice: Create and Attach an EBS Volume to a Linux Instance
Assisted Practice: Create a Snapshot of an Existing EBS Instance
Elastic IP Address
EC2 Instance Metadata
Elastic File System
Difference between EFS and EBS
EC2 Instance Pricing
AWS EC2 Best Practices
Amazon FSx
High Performance Computing (HPC)
Key Takeaways
Setting up an Instance with EBS Volume and Snapshot
Lesson 04 – Amazon Storage Services
Section Introduction
Introduction to Amazon S3
Components of Amazon S3
Assisted Practice: Creating an S3 bucket
Version Control in Amazon S3
Assisted Practice: Configuring Bucket Versioning
Static Web Hosting
Amazon S3 Policies
Assisted Practice: Configure an S3 Bucket for Static Website Hosting
Amazon S3 Storage Classes
Amazon S3 Pricing
Amazon S3 Select and S3 Glacier Select
Sharing an S3 bucket between multiple accounts
Backup and DataSync
Amazon CloudFront
Assisted Practice: Configure a new CloudFront distribution with an S3 bucket
AWS Snowball
Amazon Athena and Macie
Key Takeaways
Setting Up a CloudFront Distribution with an S3 Bucket
Lesson 05 – Amazon Virtual Private Cloud
Section Introduction
Introduction to Amazon VPC
Assisted Practice: Create a Custom VPC
Amazon VPC Components
IP Addresses
Elastic Network Interface
VPCs and Subnets
Internet Gateways
Network Address Translation (NAT) Gateway
Assisted Practice: Create a Public and Private Subnet
Controlling Traffic in Amazon VPC
Assisted Practice: Create and Configure a Custom Route Table
VPC Peering
Assisted Practice: Create and Accept a VPC Peering Connection
Bastion Host
Direct Connect
Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connections
Auto Scaling
Amazon Elastic Load Balancer
Types of Amazon Load Balancers
Assisted Practice: Set Up an Autoscaled Environment
Key Takeaways
Set Up Multiple Virtual Networks on the AWS Cloud
Lesson 06 – Databases on AWS
Section Introduction
Introduction to Databases
Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)
Assisted Practice: Create an RDS Database Instance
Amazon Aurora
Amazon Redshift
Assisted Practice: Create an Amazon Redshift Cluster
Amazon DynamoDB
Assisted Practice: Create a Table Using the DynamoDB Console
Amazon ElastiCache
Key Takeaways
Create and Query a Database Table with Amazon DynamoDB
Lesson 07 – Amazon Route 53
Section Introduction
Domain Name System (DNS)
Introduction to Amazon Route 53
Amazon Route 53 Concepts and Terminologies
Amazon Route 53 Policies
Assisted Practice: Register a New Domain Name
Assisted Practice: Create a Public Hosted Zone
Amazon Route 53 Best Practices
Amazon Route 53 Costs
Limitations of Amazon Route 53
Key Takeaways
Register a New Domain and Create a Hosted Zone and a Record Set
Lesson 08 – IAM and Security on AWS

Section Introduction
Introduction to Identity and Access Management
Terminologies in AWS IAM
IAM Users
Assisted Practice: Creating an IAM user
IAM Groups
Assisted Practice: Creating and Addng IAM user to an IAM group
IAM Roles
Assisted Practice: Creating an IAM role for an IAM user
IAM Policies
Types of IAM Policies
Assigning IAM roles to Amazon Services
Assisted Practice: Creating an IAM role for Amazon EC2 Service
Features of AWS IAM
AWS Directory Service
Recource Access Manager
AWS Organisations
AWS Single Sing-On
Assisted Practice: Enabling AWS Single Sign-On for a user
AWS Multi Factor Authentication
Assisted Practice: Enable MFA for the root user
Key Takeaways
Secure the Access to AWS Services
Lesson 09 – Application and Serverless Services in AWS
Section Introduction
Introduction to AWS Application Services
Amazon Simple Queue Service
Assisted Practice: Configuring Amazon SQS Using the AWS Console
Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS)
Assisted Practice: Setting Up Amazon SNS Notifications
Amazon SNS vs. Amazon SQS
Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF)
Amazon API Gateway
Assisted Practice: Setting Up API Methods to Access an Amazon S3 Bucket
Amazon Elastic Transcoder
Amazon Kinesis
Application Services Best Practices
Amazon WorkSpaces
Introduction to AWS Serverless Services
AWS Lambda
Assisted practice: API with Lambda proxy integration
AWS Serverless Application Model
Amazon Elastic Container Service
Key Takeaways
Build a Serverless Website in the AWS Cloud
Lesson 10 – Secure and Highly Available Architecture
Section Introduction
AWS Well Architectured Framework
Five Pillars of AWS Well Architectured Framework
AWS CloudFormation
Create an Amazon EC2 Instance Using AWS CloudFormation
AWS Elastic Beanstalk
AWS WAF and AWS Shield
AWS Key Management Service
AWS Best Practices
Accessing AWS References
Key Takeaways

Course 3 Online Classroom Flexi Pass

AWS Developer Associate
Enhance your proficiency with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform to develop and deploy robust cloud applications with an AWS Developer Associate Certification. This course helps you implement cloud security best practices and understand what it takes to become an AWS Developer Associate.

Section 01: Introduction
Lesson 01: Introduction07:44
1.01 Welcome to the course02:31
1.02 Overview of AWS Services05:13

Section 02: Getting Started
Lesson 01: Getting Started20:34
1.01 Overview of the CDA Exams04:44
1.02 Overview of the course02:18
1.03 Setting up free tier AWS account04:01
1.04 Getting Familiar with AWS Console09:31

Section 03: Core Services
Lesson 01: IAM01:18:23
1.01 Introduction to IAM07:17
1.02 Getting started with IAM10:45
1.03 IAM Users, and Groups20:18
1.04 IAM Policies14:06
1.05 IAM Roles17:07
1.06 IAM Best Practices06:21
1.07 Summary, and Exam Tips02:29
Lesson 02: S302:37:55
2.01 Introduction05:58
2.02 Fundamentals of S312:32
2.03 Object storage vs Block storage04:23
2.04 Getting started with S309:11
2.05 Versioning15:48
2.06 Encryption11:38
2.07 Tags, Transfer Acceleration, and Multipart Upload11:17
2.08 Events07:34
2.09 Permissions Bucket Policy, and ACL07:51
2.10 Object Lifecycle Management09:36
2.11 Cross Region Replication11:33
2.12 Storage Classes09:59
2.13 Static Website Hosting04:18
2.14 Analytics Metrics, And Inventory12:05
2.15 Server Access Logging, And Object Level Logging12:57
2.16 Select From03:20
2.17 Summary07:55
Lesson 03: EC2 and EBS01:16:21
3.01 Introduction00:58
3.02 Creating an EC2: Part One08:12
3.03 Creating an EC2: Part Two11:34
3.04 Creating an EC2: Part Three15:32
3.05 Managing the EC2 Instance09:54
3.06 AMI – Image, and Bundle Task06:59
3.07 EBS Volume Snapshots13:27
3.08 Instance, Store, and Placement Groups06:53
3.09 Summary02:52
Lesson 04: ELB and Autoscaling01:34:33
4.01 Introduction11:15
4.02 Application Load Balancing Demo32:47
4.03 Network Load Balancing Demo21:22
4.04 Autoscaling Launch Configuration, and Autoscaling Group11:59
4.05 Autoscaling: Demo08:51
4.06 Autoscaling Scheduled Scaling: Demo02:41
4.07 Autoscaling Lifecycle of EC2 Instance, and Lifecycle Hooks03:12
4.08 Autoscaling EC2 Instance Termination Logic02:26
Lesson 05: VPC01:11:04
5.01 Introduction12:31
5.02 Setting up the VPC Demo17:15
5.03 VPC Wizard10:36
5.04 NAT Instance Vs NAT Gateway02:49
5.05 VPC Peering, and VPC Endpoints07:57
5.06 VPC Flow Logs15:13
5.07 Direct Connect04:43
Lesson 06: Databases36:46
6.01 Redshift04:40
6.02 DynamoDB SQL vs NoSQL03:21
6.03 DynamoDB Tables, Item Attributes, and Indexes09:30
6.04 DynamoDB, Global Secondary Index, vs Local Secondary Index01:13
6.05 DynamoDB Read Consistency, and Throughput Capacity07:40
6.06 DynamoDB Autoscaling01:50
6.07 DynamoDB Encryption01:27
6.08 DynamoDB Query vs Scan02:24
6.09 DynamoDB Streams03:20
6.10 DynamoDB Accelerator01:21
Lesson 07: Route 5301:06:47
7.01 Basics11:58
7.02 Registering a Domain02:05
7.03 Simple Routing Policy: Demo10:56
7.04 Weighted Routing Policy: Demo08:38
7.05 Latency Routing Policy: Demo08:17
7.06 Geographical Routing Policy: Demo08:32
7.07 Failover Routing Policy: Demo09:06
7.08 Multivalue Answer Routing Policy: Demo07:15

Section 04: Command Line Interfaces
Lesson 01: Command Line Interfaces49:29
1.01 AWS CLI Installation, and Configuration11:58
1.02 AWS SDK Introduction09:55
1.03 S3 CLI13:51
1.04 EC2, and EBS CLI13:45

Section 05: Serverless
Lesson 01: Serverless01:39:33
1.01 AWS Lambda in Details18:48
1.02 AWS Lambda Advanced19:48
1.03 AWS Athena09:53
1.04 AWS API Gateway: Part One08:49
1.05 AWS API Gateway: Part Two21:32
1.06 AWS API Gateway: Part Three20:43

Section 06: CI/CD and Developer Tools
Lesson 01: Elastic Beanstalk02:09:58
1.01 Elastic Beanstalk in Details17:05
1.02 AWS Developer Tools Overview06:14
1.03 Code Commit12:12
1.04 Code Build19:49
1.05 Code Deploy10:06
1.06 Code Deploy: Lab21:37
1.07 Code Pipeline08:07
1.08 Code Pipeline: Lab17:38
1.09 AWS Cloud917:10

Section 07: Security
Lesson 01: Security48:28
1.01 KMS in Details13:39
1.02 Cognito: Part One10:58
1.03 Cognito: Part Two23:51

Section 08: Docker on AWS: ECS, ECR, and Fargate
Lesson 01: Docker on AWS: ECS, ECR, and Fargate01:58:26
1.01 Basic Understanding of Docker17:32
1.02 ECS Cluster18:41
1.03 EC2 Task Definition13:00
1.04 ECS Services15:25
1.05 ECS Load Balancer09:17
1.06 ECS Auto Scaling13:18
1.07 ECS Task Placement Strategy, and Constraints09:06
1.08 ECR11:45
1.09 Fargate10:22

Section 09: Additional Key Services
Lesson 01: Additional Key Services03:21:24
1.01 Overview09:24
1.02 Dashboards, and Alarms10:28
1.03 ELB Monitoring21:33
1.04 EBS Monitoring13:36
1.05 EC2 Custom Metrics Monitoring15:43
1.06 Kinesis12:38
1.07 Trusted Advisor03:41
1.08 CloudFront05:18
1.09 CloudFront: Lab19:36
1.10 CloudTrail11:36
1.11 Understanding X-Ray15:52
1.12 X-Ray: Lab15:07
1.13 X-Ray Jargonns10:44
1.14 Elasticache04:33
1.15 CloudFormation18:47
1.16 SQS, SNS, and SWF12:48

Section 10: AWS Serverless WebApp
Lesson 01: AWS Serverless WebApp22:00
AWS Serverless WebApp22:00

Course 4
AWS Database Migration
This course will demonstrate the key functionality of AWS Database Migration Service and will help you understand how to easily and securely move databases into the AWS cloud platform to take advantage of the cost savings and scalability of AWS.

AWS Database Migration
Lesson 00 – Overview04:16
0.1 Overview04:16
Lesson 01 – Overview of AWS DMS27:37
1.1 Overview of AWS DMS00:48
1.2 Introduction to AWS DMS02:31
1.3 Knowledge check
1.4 Difficulty of DMS05:03
1.5 Knowledge check
1.6 Overview of AWS database migration service01:25
1.7 Knowledge check
1.8 Overview of AWS Schema Conversion Tool01:17
1.9 Knowledge check
1.10 Why AWS DMS is Different from Other Tools and Services04:05
1.11 Knowledge check
1.12 Overview of AWS DMS Key Features and Benefits06:56
1.13 Knowledge check
1.14 Demo Environment Overview02:46
1.15 Quiz
1.16 Key Takeaways02:46
Lesson 02 – Schema Conversion Tool34:14
2.1 Schema Conversion tool00:40
2.2 Learn the actions AWS Schema Conversion Tool can perform02:15
2.3 Knowledge check
2.4 Overview of steps in heterogeneous OLTP database migrations10:06
2.5 Knowledge check
2.6 OLTP database conversion from SQL Server to MySQL05:57
2.7 Overview of steps in heterogeneous warehouse database migrations03:01
2.8 Knowledge check
2.9 Overview of how to deal with unmapped objects02:19
2.10 Knowledge check
2.11 Manually repair objects that cannot be converted automatically08:08
2.12 Quiz
2.13 Key Takeaways01:48
Lesson 03 – Database Migration Service37:49
3.1 Database Migration Service00:49
3.2 Homogenous Migration Restriction01:17
3.3 Knowledge check
3.4 Database Consolidation Overview01:25
3.5 Knowledge check
3.6 Continuous Data Replication Overview01:13
3.7 Knowledge check
3.8 Configuring an AWS DMS Task21:57
3.9 Knowledge check
3.10 Demo Migrate data using AWS DMS09:57
3.11 Quiz
3.12 Key Takeaways01:11
Lesson 04 – AWS Database Migration Service Review12:41
4.1 Database Migration Service00:37
4.2 AWS DMS Data Types01:18
4.3 Knowledge check
4.4 Monitoring a Database Migration Task02:41
4.5 Knowledge check
4.6 AWS DMS Best Practices05:26
4.7 Knowledge check
4.8 AWS Database Migration Service Information01:33
4.9 Key Takeaways01:06
Course Feedback
Course Feedback

Course 5 Online Classroom Flexi Pass

AWS SysOps Associate
Get hands-on exposure to the highly scalable Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform with the AWS SysOps Associate certification training program. This course will help you attain valuable technical expertise in deploying, managing, and operating fault-tolerant systems on AWS.

Section 01: Self Paced Curriculum
Lesson 01: AWS Platform and Certification Overview47:42
1.01 The Course Overview06:00
1.02 Introduction06:09
1.03 Set Up A Free AWS Tier Account04:44
1.04 Set Up Your Environment08:25
1.05 Amazon CLI Tools for PowerShell and SDKs14:36
1.06 The AWS Global Infrastructure05:32
1.07 Create a Billing Alarm02:16
Lesson 02: Monitoring Metrics and Analysis01:26:10
2.01 Introduction to CloudWatch: Part One10:38
2.02 Introduction to Cloud Watch: Part Two06:33
2.03 Monitoring EC207:37
2.04 Monitoring EBS09:49
2.05 Monitoring ElastiCache05:09
2.06 Monitoring ELB03:05
2.07 Monitoring RDS02:59
2.08 AWS Trusted Advisor02:43
2.09 AWS CloudTrail: Part One08:40
2.10 AWS CloudTrail: Part Two09:59
2.11 AWS Config07:14
2.12 AWS Organization and Consolidated Billing06:11
2.13 Monitoring AWS Charges05:33
Lesson 03: High Availability53:29
3.01 Amazon SQS -Building Decoupled Architecture14:13
3.02 Amazon Simple Notification Service04:36
3.03 Regional Specific High Availability17:32
3.04 Bastion Hosts and High Availability03:16
3.05 Multi-Region High Availability08:43
3.06 Connectivity Options for High Availability05:09
Lesson 04: Compute01:41:50
4.01 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud EC209:47
4.02 Launching an EC2 Instance18:10
4.03 Storage for EC205:53
4.04 Expand an EBS Volume08:30
4.05 Creating an AMI10:48
4.06 Additional EC2 Concepts05:51
4.07 Amazon EC2 Container Service05:21
4.08 Amazon Elastic Beanstalk12:32
4.09 Amazon Lambda13:02
4.10 Amazon Lightsail11:56
Lesson 05: Databases01:25:54
5.01 Introduction to Databases on AWS08:44
5.02 Amazon RDS: Part One10:17
5.03 Amazon RDS: Part Two12:54
5.04 Amazon RDS: Part Three19:32
5.05 Amazon RDS: Part Four08:44
5.06 Amazon Aurora06:19
5.07 Amazon DynamoDB: Part One04:40
5.08 Amazon DynamoDB: Part Two07:36
5.09 Amazon Redshift04:17
5.10 Amazon ElastiCache02:51
Lesson 06: Deployment and Provisioning01:00:00
6.01 Introduction to Deployment Strategies11:57
6.02 Amazon Elastic Load Balancers13:18
6.03 Configure an Elastic Load Balancer13:18
6.04 Amazon Auto Scaling: Part One07:50
6.05 Amazon Auto Scaling: Part Two13:37
Lesson 07: Automation and Optimization50:53
7.01 AWS CloudFormation13:26
7.02 Configure CloudFormation Stack13:14
7.03 AWS Elastic Beanstalk09:55
7.04 Deploy Application Using Elastic Beanstalk08:09
7.05 Amazon OpsWorks06:09
Lesson 08: Storage and Data Management01:06:57
8.01 Amazon S3 Introduction14:47
8.02 Create an S3 Bucket09:18
8.03 Access Policies04:48
8.04 Versioning02:36
8.05 Lifecycle Policies06:18
8.06 Cross Region Replication06:39
8.07 MFA Delete and Advanced Protection Strategies05:24
8.08 Cross Origin Resource Sharing01:29
8.09 Encryption06:03
8.10 Amazon Storage Gateway05:55
8.11 Amazon Snowball03:40
Lesson 09: Security and Compliance51:57
9.01 AWS Shared Security Model06:41
9.02 AWS Compliance Program07:15
9.03 AWS Identity and Access Management16:12
9.04 AWS CloudTrail for Security01:47
9.05 AWS WAF Inspector and Trusted Advisor08:49
9.06 AWS EC2 Security04:03
9.07 AWS KMS and CloudHSM07:10
Lesson 10: Networking01:20:16
10.01 Amazon VPC: Part One16:27
10.02 Amazon VPC: Part Two14:24
10.03 Launch an Amazon VPC19:25
10.04 Amazon VPC Peering03:17
10.05 Amazon VPC Endpoints01:49
10.06 Amazon VPC Flow Logs01:27
10.07 Amazon VPC Direct Connect03:34
10.08 Amazon CloudFront09:55
10.09 Amazon Route Fifty Three09:58

Section 02: Live Class Curriculum
Lesson 01: Course Introduction
Course Introduction
Lesson 02: Getting started with SysOps
Cloudwatch Introduction
Assisted Practice: Create an Alarm using CloudWatch
Monitoring EC2
Assisted Practice: Monitoring EC2
Monitoring EBS
Assisted Practice: Monitoring EBS
Monitoring ELB
Assisted Practice: Monitoring ELB
Monitoring Elasticache
Assisted Practice: Managing ElastiCache Amazon SNS Notifications
Assisted Practice: Disabling Amazon SNS Notifications
Assisted Practice: Create A Billing Alarm
Assisted Practice: Create and Configure an AWS Organization
Cost Explorer and Cost Allocation Tags
EC2 Pricing Models
AWS Config101
Assisted Practice: Setting up AWS Config
AWS Config Vs AWS CloudTrail Vs. CloudWatch
Health Dashboards
Create an Application Load Balancer Using EC2
Lesson 03: Deployment and Provisioning
Assisted Practice: EC2 instance lab
Assisted Practice: Deploy an Application Load Balancer
System Manager
Applying a Load Balancer
Lesson 04: High Availability
Elasticity and Scalability
RDS and Multi-AZ failovers
RDS and Read Replicas
Assisted Practice: Create a Read Replica
Assisted Practice: Create a Read Replica in multiple regions
Amazon RDS and Cross-Region Replication
Assisted Practice: Share an Encrypted Amazon RDS snapshot
AWS Aurora
Assisted Practice: Create an Aurora MySQL Database Cluster
Assisted Practice: Connect to an Instance in a Database Cluster
Aurora Database Clusters
Aurora Replicas
Assisted Practice: Adding Aurora Replicas to a Database Cluster
Aurora Serverless
Troubleshooting Autoscaling Issues
Content Delivery Network
Launch an RDS Instance with Multi-AZ
Lesson 05: Storage and Data Management
Introduction to S3
S3 Lifecycle Policies
Assisted Practice: Enable S3 Encryption
S3 Versioning
Assisted Practice: Check S3 Versioning
MFA Delete
S3 Encryption
EC2 Volume Types
Assisted Practice: Upgrade EC2 Volume and Attach Volume Types
KMS and CloudHSM
Amazon Machine Image
Storage Gateaway
Assisted Practice: Athena Query
Elastic File System
Assisted Practice: Working with EFS
Run Batch Operations to Encrypt Data in an S3 Bucket
Lesson 06: Security
Security on AWS
Assisted Practice: Custom IAM Policy
Assisted Practice: Roles and Policies
Security Token Service
WAF and Hypervisors
Instances and Hosts
Assisted Practice MFA with AWS
Shared Responsibility Model
Security Groups
Assisted Practice: AWS CloudTrail
Implement CloudTrail Using AWS IAM
Lesson 07: Networking and Route53
Assisted Practice: Register a Domain Name
Routing Traffic to Web Applications
Assisted Practice: Create a S3 bucket and configure it to host a website
Assisted Practice: Create a website and upload it to the S3 bucket
Assisted Practice: Routing DNS traffic for your domain
Amazon Route 53
Top-Level Domains
NS and SOA Records
A and Alias Records
DNS Routing
Assisted Practice: Simple Routing Policy
Assisted Practice: Latency Routing Policy
Create a Custom VPC
Lesson 08: VPC’s
VPC Overview
VPC Peering
Assisted Practice: Create a Custom VPC
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Assisted Practice: Configure and Launch a NAT Instance
Assisted Practice: NACL Creation
VPC Flow Logs
Assisted Practice: Create a VPC Endpoint
Assisted Practice: Create a VPC Flow Log
Assisted Practice: Clean a VPC
Create VPC and NAT to Perform Bidirectional Monitoring
Lesson 09: Automation
Assisted Practice: CloudFormation
Elastic Beanstalk
Assisted Practice: Elastic Beanstalk
AWS OpsWorks
Deploy an Elastic Beanstalk Using CLI
Lesson 10: Additional features
AWS Service Catalog
Assisted Practice: AWS Service Catalog Portfolio
Case studies
Assisted Practice: Bucket Policy with Wildcards

Section 03: Practice Project
Lesson 01: Practice Project
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