About the certification

  • Gain the knowledge to pass one of the Top 3 IT certifications of 2017
  • Move into a role that has an average US salary of $100,000+
  • Turn out to be Intimately Familiar With The AWS Platform
  • Design Highly Resilient and Scalable Websites on AWS
  • Become Amazon Certified

Prerequisites

  • You will need to set up an AWS Account (you can use the free tier for this course)
  • Your own domain name (optional, but recommended)
  • A Windows, Linux or Mac PC/Laptop

Who is the target audience?

  • AWS absolute beginners. No prior AWS experience necessary
  • Existing Solutions Architects
  • Programmers who are interested in Deploying Applications on AWS
 

Curriculum


Module 1: AWS - 10,000 Feet Overview

  • 1.1  The history so far.

Module 2: Identity Access Management (IAM)

  • 2.1  Create A Billing Alarm - Lab
  • 2.2  IAM Summary

Module 3: AWS Object Storage and CDN - S, Glacier and CloudFront

  • 3.1  Create an S Bucket
  • 3.2  S Version Control
  • 3.3  Cross Region Replication
  • 3.4  Lab: S Life Cycle Management & Glacier
  • 3.5  CloudFront CDN Overview
  • 3.6  Create a CloudFront CDN
  • 3.7  S Security and Encryption
  • 3.8  Storage Gateway
  • 3.9  Snowball
  • 3.10  Snowball Lab
  • 3.11  S Transfer Acceleration
  • 3.12  Create A Static Website Using

Module 4: EC - The Backbone of AWS

  • 4.1  Let's Get Our Hands Dirty! Launch an EC Instance - Part
  • 4.2  Let's get our hands dirty! Launch an EC instance Part
  • 4.3  How to use Putty (Windows Users Only)
  • 4.4  Security Groups Basics
  • 4.5  Upgrading EBS Volume Types - Lab - Part
  • 4.6  Upgrading EBS Volume Types - Lab - Part
  • 4.7  Creating a Windows EC Instance and RAID Group
  • 4.8  Encrypt Root Device Volume and Create an AMI - Lab
  • 4.9  AMIs - EBS Root Device Volumes vs Instance Store
  • 4.10  Load Balancers and Health Checks
  • 4.11  Cloud Watch EC
  • 4.12  The AWS Command Line and EC
  • 4.13  Using IAM Roles with EC
  • 4.14  S CLI & Regions
  • 4.15  Using Bootstrap Scripts
  • 4.16  EC Instance Metadata
  • 4.17  Autoscaling Groups Lab
  • 4.18  EC Placement Groups
  • 4.19  Elastic File System Lab
  • 4.20  Lambda - ConceptsBuild A Serverless Webpage
  • 4.21  Using Polly To Help You Pass Your Exam - A Serverless Approach - Part
  • 4.22  Using Polly To Help You Pass Your Exam - A Serverless Approach - Part
  • 4.23  Build An Alexa Skill
  • 4.24  EC Summary

Module 5: Route

  • 5.1  DNS
  • 5.2  Route Register A Domain Name Lab
  • 5.3  Setup Our EC Instances Lab
  • 5.4  Simple Routing Policy Lab
  • 5.5  Weighted Routing Policy Lab
  • 5.6  Latency Routing Policy Lab
  • 5.7  Failover Routing Policy Lab
  • 5.8  Geolocation Routing Policy Lab
  • 5.9  DNS Exam Tips

Module 6: Databases on AWS

  • 6.1  Databases Create our first RDS Instance
  • 6.2  RDS
  • 6.3  DynamoDB
  • 6.4  RedShift
  • 6.5  Elasticache
  • 6.6  Aurora
  • 6.7  Databases Summary

Module 7: VPC

  • 7.1  Introduction and Overview
  • 7.2  Build Your Own Custom VPC
  • 7.3  Build A Custom VPC
  • 7.4  Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • 7.5  Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • 7.6  Custom VPCs and ELBs
  • 7.7  NATs vs Bastions
  • 7.8  VPC Flow Logs
  • 7.9  VPC Clean Up
  • 7.10  Summary

Module 8: Application Services

  • 8.1  SQS
  • 8.2  SWF
  • 8.3  SNS
  • 8.4  Elastic Transcoder
  • 8.5  API Gateway
  • 8.6  Kinesis
  • 8.7  Kinesis Lab
  • 8.8  Application Services Summary

Module 9: The Real World - Creating a fault tolerant Word Press Site

  • 9.1  Getting Setup
  • 9.2  Setting Up ECAdding Resilience And CloudFront
  • 9.3  Setting Up Our AMIs
  • 9.4  AutoScaling & Load Testing
  • 9.5  CloudFormation!
  • 9.6  Want To Be A Real Solutions Architect? You Need To Know CloudFormation!

Module 10: Preparing for the Exam - White Paper Reviews

  • 10.1  Overview of Amazon Web Services
  • 10.2  Overview of Security Processes - Part
  • 10.3  Overview of Security Processes - Part
  • 10.4  AWS Risk and Compliance
  • 10.5  Storage Options in the Cloud
  • 10.6  Architecting for the AWS Cloud: Best Practices
  • 10.7  Exam Practicalities

Module 11: Well Architected Framework

  • 11.1  Intro
  • 11.2  Security
  • 11.3  Reliability
  • 11.4  Performance Efficiency
  • 11.5  Cost Optimization
  • 11.6  Operational Excellence
  • 11.7  Summary

Module 12: Additional Exam Tips

  • 12.1  Exam Tips Based On Student Feedback
  • 12.2  Consolidated Billing
  • 12.3  AWS Organizations Lab
  • 12.4  Cross Account Access
  • 12.5  Resource Groups & Tagging
  • 12.6  VPC Peering
  • 12.7  Direct Connect
  • 12.8  Security Token Service
  • 12.9  Active Directory Integration
  • 12.10  Workspaces
  • 12.11  ECS - Part - What is Docker
  • 12.12  ECS - Part - What is ECS?
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