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AWS Solutions Architect Certification Training Course

Course Description

AWS Solutions Architect Certification Training Course

Amazon Web Services (AWS) certification training is essential for every aspiring AWS certified solutions architect. You will master AWS architectural principles and services such as IAM, VPC, EC2, EBS and elevate your career to the cloud, and beyond with this AWS solutions architect course.

AWS Certification Course Overview

The AWS Solutions Architect Certification training will enable you to design, plan and scale AWS implementations utilizing over 70 cloud computing services. The AWS course is aligned with the latest AWS exam featuring Amazon designated best practices.

Eligibility

Any professional interested in hosting highly scaleable, fault-tolerant applications on the AWS platform should take this AWS course. However, the online AWS Solutions Architect certification course is ideal for Solutions Architects, Programmers, Cloud developers, Cloud software engineers, DevOps professionals

Pre-requisites

There are no prerequisites for this AWS training course. However, prior experience in working with AWS or another cloud computing platform is recommended.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 01: Introduction

1.01 Welcome to the Course
1.02 About The Instructor
1.03 Why Cloud Computing
1.04 Why AWS
1.05 Overview of AWS Services

Lesson 02: Getting Started With AWS

2.01 Overview of the Exam
2.02 Overview of this course
2.03 Setting up free tier AWS account
2.04 Getting Familiar with AWS Console

Lesson 03: Identity and Access Management

3.01 Introduction to IAM
3.02 Getting Started with IAM
3.03 IAM Users and IAM Groups
3.04 IAM Policies
3.05 IAM Roles
3.06 IAM Best Practices
3.07 IAM Summary

Lesson 04: S3

4.01 Introduction
4.02 Fundamentals
4.03 Object Storage Vs. Block Storage
4.04 Getting Started with S3
4.05 Versioning
4.06 Server Access Logging and Object level Logging
4.07 Static Website Hosting
4.08 Encryption
4.09 Tags Transfer Acceleration and Multipart upload
4.10 Events
4.11 Requester Pays
4.12 Permissions Access Control List and Bucket Policy
4.13 Object Lifecycle Management
4.14 Cross Region Replication
4.15 Analytics Metrics and Inventory
4.16 Storage Classes
4.17 Select From
4.18 S3 Summary

Lesson 05: EC2 and EBS

5.01 Introduction
5.02 Creating An EC2: Part One
5.03 Creating An EC2: Part Two
5.04 Creating An EC2: Part Three
5.05 Managing The EC2 Instance
5.06 AMI Image And Bundle Task
5.07 EBS Volume Snapshots
5.08 Instance Store And Placement Groups
5.09 Summary

Lesson 06: ELB and Autoscaling

6.01 Introduction
6.02 Application Load Balancing: Demo
6.03 Network Load Balancing: Demo
6.04 Autoscaling Launch Configuration and Autoscaling Group
6.05 Autoscaling: Demo
6.06 Scheduled Scaling: Demo
6.07 Lifecycle of EC2 Instance and Lifecycle Hooks
6.08 EC2 Instance Termination Logic

Lesson 07: Cloudwatch

7.01 Overview
7.02 Dashboards and Alarms
7.03 ELB Monitoring
7.04 EBS Monitoring
7.05 EC2 Custom Metrics Monitoring

Lesson 08: VPC

8.01 VPC Basics
8.02 Setting up VPC
8.03 Create VPC From Wizard
8.04 NAT Instance vs. NAT Gateway
8.05 VPC Peering and VPC Endpoints
8.06 VPC Flow Logs

Lesson 09: Databases

9.01 Creating an RDS Instance
9.02 RDS Multi AZ Deployment
9.03 RDS Read Replicas
9.04 RDS Multi AZ vs. Read Replicas
9.05 RTO and RPO
9.06 Connecting to RDS Instance via Workbench
9.07 Redshift
9.08 SQL vs. NoSQL
9.09 DynamoDB – Tables, Item, Attributes, and Indexes
9.10 Global Secondary Index vs. Local Secondary Index
9.11 Read Consistency and Throughput Capacity
9.12 Autoscaling
9.13 Encryption
9.14 Query vs. Scan
9.15 DynamoDB Streams
9.16 DynamoDB Accelerator

Lesson 10: Route 53

10.01 Basics
10.02 Registering a Domain
10.03 Simple Routing Policy: Demo
10.04 Weighted Routing Policy: Demo
10.05 Latency Routing Policy: Demo
10.06 Geographical Routing Policy: Demo
10.07 Failover Routing Policy: Demo
10.08 Multivalue Answer Routing Policy: Demo

Lesson 11: Additional Key Services

11.01 Snowball
11.02 AWS Kinesis
11.03 CloudFront Overview
11.04 CloudFront Lab
11.05 KMS and CloudHSM
11.06 Elastic MapReduce
11.07 AWS Athena
11.08 EFS
11.09 Elasticache
11.10 Cloud Formation
11.11 OpsWork
11.12 AWS Direct Connect
11.13 AWS Lambda
11.14 Elastic Beanstalk
11.15 Trusted Advisor
11.16 CloudTrail
11.17 WAF and Shield
11.18 SQS, SNS and SWF
11.19 AWS Security STS
11.20 AWS API Gateway

Lesson 12: SAA C02 Latest Services

12.01 Amazon FSx for Windows File Server
12.02 Lab Amazon FSx Windows File Server: Part One
12.03 Lab Amazon FSx Windows File Server: Part Two
12.04 Amazon FSx for Lustre
12.05 AWS Global Accelerator
12.06 High Performance Computing
12.07 AWS Organizations
12.08 AWS Organization Lab Demonstration
12.09 AWS ​​ ​Resource Access Manager
12.10 AWS Database Migration Service
12.11 AWS ​ DataSync
12.12 AWS Config
12.13 AWS Config LAB
12.14 AWS CloudTrail vs. CloudWatch vs. Config
12.15 AWS Serverless Application Model
12.16 AWS SSO
12.17 AWS SSO LAB

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