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AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Bootcamp

Duration: 3 Days
Course Price: $1,995

Intense hands-on AWS Solutions Architect Associate course

  • Perform labs on your own custom AWS deployment!
  • You can continue to access AWS and perform labs for up to 365 days with no charge!
  • Become a certified AWS Solutions Architect Associate!
  • Over 20 Intense Hands-on labs with detailed instructions!
  • Free videos demonstrating all Hands-on labs with narration explaining every step along the way!
  • Includes next-generation practice tests from TrainerTests.com that include over 100 original questions, detailed explanations, and embedded video tutorials!
  • One-year free access to video recordings of the class!

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

Intense hands-on AWS Solutions Architect Associate course

  • Perform labs on your own custom AWS deployment!
  • You can continue to access AWS and perform labs for up to 365 days with no charge!
  • Become a certified AWS Solutions Architect Associate!
  • Over 20 Intense Hands-on labs with detailed instructions!
  • Free videos demonstrating all Hands-on labs with narration explaining every step along the way!
  • Includes next-generation practice tests from TrainerTests.com that include over 100 original questions, detailed explanations, and embedded video tutorials!
  • One-year free access to video recordings of the class!

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: 9AM CST

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: 9AM CST

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: 9AM CST

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
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