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AWS Technical Essentials Certification Training

Course Description

AWS Technical Essentials Certification Training

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.

Course Overview

This AWS Technical Essentials course teaches you to navigate the AWS management console; understand AWS security measures, storage, and database options; and gain expertise in web services like RDS and EBS. This course, prepared in line with the latest AWS syllabus, will help you become proficient in identifying and efficiently using AWS services.


This AWS technical essentials course is beneficial for individuals responsible for articulating the technical benefits of AWS services, including SysOps administrators, IT developers, and individuals who want to learn about AWS.


Basic knowledge of any programming language is beneficial, but this course can be taken by anyone who has an interest in learning AWS.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 01 Introduction to Cloud Computing

01 Course Introduction – Simplilearn
02 Course Agenda
03 Need for Cloud Computing
04 what is cloud computing? – A
05 What is Cloud Computing? – B
06 What is Cloud Made up of?
07 benefits of cloud computing
08 Key concepts and Terminology
09 Economies of scale
10 capex vs opex
11 What is a Public cloud
12 characteristics of Public Cloud
13 What is Private CLoud?
14 Characteristics of Private CLoud
15 What is Hybrid cloud?
16 Characteristics of Hybrid CLoud
17 review and what next
18 What is IAAS?
19 Use cases of IAAS
20 what is paas?
21 Use Cases of PAAS
22 What is saas?
23 What is Shared Responsibility Model?

Lesson 02 First Steps into Amazon Web Services

1 Foot Prints of Amazon Web Services – Datacenters
2 AWS Console Tour
3 Free access to AWS
4 Creating a Free AWS Account

Lesson 03 Identity and Access Management (IAM)

1 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part A
2 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part B
3 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part C
4 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part D
5 Identity Access Management ( IAM ) – Part E

Lesson 04 Networking in AWS – Virtual Private Clouds

1 Networking Fundamentals – Part A
2 Networking Fundamentals – Part B
3 Conceptial Overview of VPC
4 AWS VPC – Walkthrough
5 NACLS and Security Groups

Lesson 05 Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

1 What is Compute
2 AWS Compute Services
3 EC2 Instance – Lab Activity
4 EC2- Connecting to Windows Machine
5 Ec2 Instance – Linux Instance

Lesson 06 AWS Storage

1 Storage Fundamentals
2 AWS S3 – Simple Storage Services
3 AWS S3 – Simple Storage Services – B
4 AWS S3 Storage Classes and Data Lifecycle
5 AWS Storage Gateway

Lesson 07 Load Balancing and Autoscaling

1 AutoScaling
2 Elastic Load Balancer Lab
3 Load balancing and Autoscaling Introduction

Lesson 08 DNS and Content Delivery Networks

1 Route 53
2 Cloud Front

Lesson 09 Monitoring, Auditing and Alerts

1 Cloud Watch
2 Cloud Trail
3 Simple Notification Services
4 AWS Config
5 AWS Config LAB
6 AWS CloudTrail vs. CloudWatch vs. Config

Lesson 10 Databases

2 NO SQL Dynamo DB
3 ElastiCache and Redis

Lesson 11 Serverless Computing

1 AWS Lambda

Lesson 12 Security and Compliance

1 Shared Responsibilty Model
2 Security and Compliance Services

Lesson 13 AWS Pricing, Billing, and Support Services

1 AWS organizations
2 AWS Organizations – Lab Demonstration
3 AWS Pricing
4 AWS Billing and Cost Tools
4 AWS Support Plans and Trusted Advisor
5 AWS Whitepapers

Lesson 14 Conclusion

1 Course Conclusion

Practice Project

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