AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Bootcamp - Amazon Web Services

The AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Bootcamp is designed to help you achieve in-depth knowledge about AWS architectural principles and services. You will learn how cloud computing is redefining the rules of  IT infrastructure architecture, as well as how to design, plan, and scale your AWS Cloud implementation with best practices recommended by Amazon.

The course will help you learn the terminology, best industry practices and latest trends and become industry-ready to help you qualify for a position as a high-quality AWS professional.

This course is available in two methods:

1) Instructor led traditional classroom training session.
2) Interactive Live online training session.

Here you can ask questions and engage in discussions at any point during the classroom session as well as in the online.

This course will prepare you for AWS Solution Architect Associate Certification and will enable you to leverage your skills and expertise involving advanced cloud-based solutions, and migrating from existing solution.

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

•    Understand AWS service offerings and their use cases
•    Navigate the AWS Console and manage compute, storage, and administrative offerings
•    Configure Identity Access Management according to best practices
•    Configure Multi-Factor authentication
•    Understand storage tiers available and identify use cases for each
•    Create an S3 bucket and set up lifecycle management and versioning
•    Use CloudFront to replicate key user content around the globe and reduce latency by using the AWS Content Delivery Network (CDN)
•    Configure Security and Encryption on an S3 bucket
•    Describe how a Storage Gateway can be used to integrate on-site storage with AWS storage solutions
•    Understand import/export and Snowball services for mass-migration of data  to AWS
•    Differentiate EC2 reserved, spot, and on-demand instances
•    Match your workloads to the correct EC2 instance type
•    Configure Elastic Block Storage (EBS) for an EC2 instance
•    Describe use cases for gp2, io1, st1, and sc1 storage tiers
•    Apply a Security Group to one or more EC2 instances
•    Create your own customized Amazon Machine Images
•    Configure Elastic Load Balancer and use health checks to monitor instances
•    Understand CloudWatch and use it to monitor resources and application
•    Use the AWS Command Line to manage EC2 instances
•    Use Auto Scaling to increase or reduce EC2 capacity based on conditions that you configure
•    Understand and manage different database services including RDS, DynamoDB, and Aurorae
•    Create your own isolated VPC and configure NAT, VPN, and Access Lists

Day 1

Module 1: AWS Overview

•    How to become an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate
•    The evolution of AWS
•    Learn basic concepts about regions and availability zones
•    Understand how CloudFront and the AWS Content Delivery Network can be used to reduce latency
•    Understand the many service offerings of AWS at a high level and the use cases for each

Module 2: Security Basics with AWS IAM
•    Understand the importance of a strong security posture
•    Understand the basic features of Identity and Access Management (IAM) including multi-factor authentication, usernames and passwords, and permissions

Hands-on Lab 1: IAM Configuration

Module 3: Storage
•    Learn about S3 simple file storage and identify durability characteristics and use cases
•    Understand objects and the components that they include such as keys, values, versions, and metadata
•    Define an S3 bucket and learn how to configure them in the AWS Console
•    Understand how to secure an S3 bucket with an access list and encryption
•    Differentiate between S3 tiers including Infrequent Access, Reduced Reliability, and Glacier
•    Understand the CloudFront Content Delivery Network and how it can be used to improve website performance
•    Understand the use cases for a Gateway Stored Volumes, Gateway Cached Volumes, and Virtual Tape Libraries
•    Differentiate Import/Export, Snowball, and Transfer Acceleration, and how each can be used to move large amounts of data into AWS

Hands-on Lab 2: Create an S3 Bucket
Hands-on Lab 3: S3 Versioning
Hands-on Lab 4: Cross-region Replication
Hands-on Lab 5: LifeCycle Management
Hands-on Lab 6: CloudFront

Module 4: EC2
•    Understand what an EC2 instance is and the concept of a virtual server
•    Differentiate EC2 tiers and their use cases
•    Understand Spot Instances and how bids work
•    Differentiate EC2 instance types that are optimized for different workloads
•    Understand gp2, io1, and st1 volume types
•    Create virtual disks for an instance

Hands-on Lab 7: Create an EC2 Instance
Hands-on Lab 8: SSH into an EC2 Instance

Day 2

Module 5: Managing EC2 Instances
•    Configure a Security Group that controls inbound and outbound traffic
•    Apply a Security Group to one or more EC2 instances
•    Understand the concept of a Stateful Firewall
•    Create a Windows EC2 instance
•    Configure a RAID array
•    Create an EC2 Instance Store
•    Create a custom AMI
•    Configure Elastic Load Balancer and use health checks to monitor instances
•    Understand CloudWatch and use it to monitor resources and application
•    Use the AWS Command Line to manage EC2 instances
•    Use Auto Scaling to increase or reduce EC2 capacity based on conditions that you configure

Hands-on Lab 9: Configure a Security Group
Hands-on Lab 10: Create a Windows EC2 Instance
Hands-on Lab 11: Create an AMI
Hands-on Lab 12: Create a EC2 Instance Store
Hands-on Lab 13: Elastic Load Balancer
Hands-on Lab 14: CloudWatch
Hands-on Lab 15: AWS Command Line
Hands-on Lab 16: Auto Scaling

Module 6: Route53
•    Learn the fundamentals of DNS
•    Configure a hosted zone in Route53
•    Modify DNS records
•    Differentiate and configure Route53 Routing Policies

Hands-on Lab 17: Route53

Day 3

Module 7: Database Services
•    Understand different database types
•    Create an RDS Instance
•    Back-up and take snapshots of RDS database instances
•    Understand DynamoDB concepts
•    Create a DynamoDB table
•    Understand Elasticache at a high level
•    Create an Aurora instance that is compatible with MySQL

Hands-on Lab 18: RDS
Hands-on Lab 19: RDS Backups, Snapshots, and Replicas
Hands-on Lab 20: DynamoDB
Hands-on Lab 21: Aurora

Module 8: Virtual Private Cloud
•    Create a logically isolated section of the AWS cloud and define your own virtual network
•    Create different network zones for publicly accessible instances and backend systems
•    Connect your site to the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) over a secure Virtual Private Network (VPN)
•    Configure Network Address Translation (NAT) to translate public IP addresses to a private IP address range
•    Create an Access Control List (ACL) to secure a network

Hands-on Lab 22: VPC
Hands-on Lab 23: NAT
Hands-on Lab 24: ACL

Module 9: Application Services
•    Understand how SQS can be used to create a distributed message queue, allowing the components of an application to be de-coupled
•    Know the use cases for SQS, SWF, and SNS
•    Understand Elastic Transcoder at a high-level

•    Professionals who want to pursue a career in AWS Cloud Computing.
•    AWS beginners without prior AWS experience.
•    System Administrators or Architects.
•    Programmers Interested in Deploying Applications on AWS.
•    Professionals who develop Cloud applications with AWS.
•    Experienced IT professionals, in both traditional IT infrastructure and the AWS platform.
Professional who are working in Devops, deployment management, network design, data storage, security, scalability and network admin, cloud migration, and hybrid architecture.

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Date Type City Country Price Enroll
09 - 11 Oct Class Room Sydney Australia AUD 1799
AUD 1499
04 - 06 Oct Class Room Melbourne Australia AUD 1799
AUD 1499

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