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AWS Solutions Architect Certification Training - Amazon Web Services

Course Summary

Intellipaat AWS training offers the definitive training in the AWS platform that includes the AWS Cloud, IAM, Lambda, Redshift, EC2, S3, Cloudtrail. You will work on the various essentials of AWS cloud platform, creating SaaS applications that are scalable, have high availability and are fault-tolerant.


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    Course Syllabus

    AWS Course Content

    Introduction to Cloud Computing & AWS
    Introduction to Cloud Computing, Cloud Computing models, AWS offerings Listing (EC2, VPC, AMI, EBS, ELB, Backup), Familiarizing with the AWS Architecture and AWS Management Console.Hands-on Exercise – Setting up of AWS account
    Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
    Overview of EC2, Elastic IP vs Public IP, Launching of AWS EC2 instance demo, Amazon Machine Images (AMI), Auto Scaling, Cost of EC2, Best Practices of EC2, Amazon backup services and various concepts, EC2 DemoHands-on Exercise – Launch an EC2 instance, Launch a Linux Virtual Machine on EC2, Hosting a website with an EC2 instance
    Amazon Virtual Public Cloud
    Simple Storage Service (S3), Elastic Block Storage (EBS) and Persistent Storage, Amazon Glacier Storage, Amazon Storage Gateway, Amazon Snowball (Data Import/Export), AWS Command Line Interface (CLI), Billing with Amazon CloudWatchHands-on Exercise – Design a custom VPC with Public subnet, Check Route tables in VPC, Create security group and ACL
    Amazon Storage Services – 1
    Elastic Block Storage (EBS) and Persistent Storage, AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)Hands-on Exercise – Running AWS CLI commands, Storage Gateway, Connecting on-premise softare with cloud-based storage
    Amazon Storage Services – 2
    Simple Storage Service (S3)Hands-on Exercise – Create an Amazon S3 bucket; Hosting a static website on Amazon S3
    Amazon Storage Services – 3
    Amazon Glacier Storage, Amazon Storage Gateway, Amazon Snowball (Data Import/Export), Billing with Amazon CloudWatchHands-on Exercise – CloudWatch: Managing and Monitoring the AWS resources, CloudWatch: Configuring alerts and notifications, CloudWatch: Billing
    AWS Database Services – 1
    Relation Database: Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, NoSQL Database: Amazon DynamoDBHands-on Exercise – Create RDS DB instance, Create a Read Replica of above instance of RDS, Create Table in master RDS, Add Data to master RDS, Add Data to replica RDS, Create instance of MySql or Postgresql in Aurora, Create NoSQL table in DynamoDB and run queries
    AWS Database Services – 2
    Data Warehouse: Amazon Redshift, In-memory Cache: Amazon ElastiCache, Database Migration: AWS Database Migration ServiceHands-on Exercise – Create RDS DB instance, Create a Read Replica of above instance of RDS, Create Table in master RDS, Add Data to master RDS, Add Data to replica RDS, Create instance of MySql or Postgresql in Aurora, Create NoSQL table in DynamoDB and run queries
    AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) – Control user access
    Authentication (Who can use) and Authorization (Level of access), IAM Policies – JSON structure, Users, Groups and Their Roles, IAM HTTPS API, Logging IAM Events with AWS CloudTrailHands-on Exercise – Create JSON document to define access policy for users and groups, Use AWS CloudTrail tool to log IAM events.
    Load Balancing and AutoScaling
    What is a Fault Tolerant System, Features of Elastic Load Balancing, Two Types of Load Balancer: Classic and Application, How Auto Scaling works in AWS, Accessing Elastic Load Balancing: AWS Management Console, AWS CLI, AWS SDKs, HTTPS Query APIHands-on Exercise – Create an ELB, Configure an Auto Scaling Group, Make yourself familiar with Management Console
    Amazon Route 53
    What Is Amazon Route 53, Domain Name Registration, Routing Internet Traffic to Resources, Automated check of the health of ResourcesHands-on Exercise – Register a domain name, Configure the routing of internet traffic, Check the health of the resources using automation facility
    Amazon Application Services
    Elastic Beanstalk, Simple Email Services (SES), Simple Notification Service (SNS), AWS Lambda, Elastic OpsWorksHands-on Exercise – Run an app using Beanstalk, Send an email using SES, Enable notification service and generate notification, Copy object using Lambda, Model and provision your app using OpsWorks
    AWS Projects
    Project 1
    Objective – Hands-on workshop, real-time case study on AWS, its concepts and operations.
    Project 2Domain – Cloud ComputingObjective – To deploy a website which would render a static webpage using AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) and Amazon Route 53
    Project 3Domain – Cloud ComputingObjective – To migrate an existing Git repository or unversioned local content to AWS CodeCommit, a fully-managed source control service that makes it easy for companies to host secure and highly scalable private Git repositories
    Project 4Domain – Cloud ComputingObjective – To deploy and host Jenkins, an open-source automation software predominantly used for CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment). Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) in a public subnet would be used within your own Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and you will also set up an Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volume


Course Fee:
USD 150

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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