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A Cloud DevOps Engineer is responsible for designing and developing the infrastructure with DevOps approach which include Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery pipelines. Cloud DevOps Engineer is also responsible for implementing cloud solution with the cloud devops services which include code pipeline, code repository, code build etc

Who can choose this career

1) System Administrators
2) DevOps Engineers
3) Cloud Administrators
4) Developers

Requirements

1) Good Knowledge of Windows Server & Linux OS
2) Basic understanding of Networking
3) Basic understanding of Security
4) Knowledge of some DevOps tools like git, Jenkins, Docker, etc

Learning Path

Course 1

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate

ITLearn360’s AWS Sys Ops Administrator Certification Training is a hands-on training that will help you to prepare for the AWS Sys Ops Admin Exam as well as help you to upgrade your skills and career. You will be able to apply AWS services for your projects, use system manager for automation and patching, mastering S3, VPC, EC2 and RDS. You will able to learn design, security and troubleshooitng skills which is needed for your day to day jobs in cloud.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Introduction

Module 2: AWS Monitoring & Reporting Services

  • 2.1  AWS Cloud Watch
  • 2.1  AWS EC2 Detailed Monitoring
  • 2.1  AWS EC2 Instance Monitoring with Cloud Watch
  • 2.1  AWS ELB Monitoring
  • 2.1  Creating Billing Alarm
  • 2.1  AWS Organization
  • 2.1  Resource Tagging
  • 2.1  AWS Resource Groups
  • 2.1  Cost Allocation Tags
  • 2.1  EC2 Pricing Model
  • 2.1  AWS Config
  • 2.1  AWS Cloud Trail
  • 2.1  AWS Health Dashboard

Module 3: AWS Deployment Services

  • 3.1  AWS EC2
  • 3.1  Deploying Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Deploying Linux Server Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing Linux Instance
  • 3.1  EBS Volumes
  • 3.1  AWS ELB
  • 3.1  AWS ELB Types
  • 3.1  Bastion Host
  • 3.1  AWS Systems Manager (SSM)
  • 3.1  Placement Group
  • 3.1  Dedicated Host

Module 4: AWS Database Services

  • 4.1  AWS RDS
  • 4.1  AWS RDS Multi AZ Deployment
  • 4.1  AWS RDS Read Replicas
  • 4.1  DB Instance Snapshot
  • 4.1  AWS RDS Maintenance Window
  • 4.1  Aurora Database
  • 4.1  Aurora Database Setup

Module 5: AWS Caching Services

  • 5.1  AWS Elastic Cache
  • 5.1  AWS CloudFront
  • 5.1  AWS CloudFront Setup - S3
  • 5.1  AWS CloudFront Setup - ELB

Module 6: AWS Storage Services

  • 6.1  AWS S3
  • 6.1  S3 Storage Classes
  • 6.1  S3 Object Lock
  • 6.1  S3 Encryption
  • 6.1  S3 Bucket Policy & ACL
  • 6.1  EC2 Volume Types
  • 6.1  EBS vs Instance Store
  • 6.1  AMIs
  • 6.1  Snowball
  • 6.1  Storage Gateway
  • 6.1  AWS EFS
  • 6.1  EFS Setup
  • 6.1  Mounting on EC2 Linux Instance
  • 6.1  AWS FSx
  • 6.1  Mounting on EC2 Windows Instance
  • 6.1  AWS Athena

Module 7: AWS Security Services

  • 7.1  AWS IAM
  • 7.1  Security Token Services
  • 7.1  IAM Roles
  • 7.1  IAM MFA
  • 7.1  AWS WAF
  • 7.1  AWS Guard Duty
  • 7.1  AWS Shield
  • 7.1  AWS Inspector
  • 7.1  AWS Config
  • 7.1  AWS Security Hub

Module 8: AWS DNS Service

  • 8.1  Introduction
  • 8.1  AWS Route 53
  • 8.1  Route 53 - Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Simple Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Weighted Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Latency Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Failover Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Simple Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Geolocation Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Multivalue Routing

Module 9: AWS Networking Services

  • 9.1  AWS VPC
  • 9.1  Basic Concepts - Subnets , Route Table , NACL
  • 9.1  Internet Gateway
  • 9.1  NAT Gateway
  • 9.1  Customer VPC Setup
  • 9.1  Public & Private Subnet
  • 9.1  VPC Endpoint
  • 9.1  VPC Endpoint Services
  • 9.1  VPC Flow Logs
  • 9.1  VPC Peering
  • 9.1  Direct Connect
  • 9.1  AWS Site-to-Site VPN

Module 10: AWS Automation Services

  • 10.1  AWS CloudFormation
  • 10.1  CloudFormation Stack
  • 10.1  AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • 10.1  AWS OpsWork
Course 2

AWS Certified Developer Associate

This AWS certification training is aligned to AWS associate developer exam announced by AWS and is designed to help you understand of the core knowledge of AWS services, uses of AWS services, and basic AWS architecture. You will be able to use the AWS service APIs, AWS CLI, and SDKs to write applications etc.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Identity Access Management (IAM)

  • 1.1  Introduction to IAM
  • 1.1  Exploring IAM Creating User , Groups
  • 1.1  Login to IAM User
  • 1.1  IAM Policy
  • 1.1  IAM Role
  • 1.1  Assume Role

Module 2: EC2 - The Backbone of AWS

  • 2.1  Introduction, EC2 Features, EC2 Instances Options
  • 2.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 2.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 2.1  Accessing the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 2.1  Terminating the Instance
  • 2.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  Accessing the Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  Terminating the Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  EBS Volume Types
  • 2.1  EBS Volume Snapshot and Backup
  • 2.1  AWS EFS
  • 2.1  AWS FSx
  • 2.1  AWS ELB Theory
  • 2.1  Application Load Balancer
  • 2.1  Classic Load Balancer
  • 2.1  Migration Classic to ALB
  • 2.1  AWS Network Load Balancer - Create Instance - Part 1
  • 2.1  AWS Network Load Balancer - Create Load Balancer - Part 2
  • 2.1  AWS Network Load Balancer - Integration & Accessing - Part 3
  • 2.1  High Availability with AWS Auto Scaling
  • 2.1  Configure & launch Auto Scaling group
  • 2.1  Launching new Instance in unhealthy Instance scenario with help of Auto Scaling
  • 2.1  Clean up Auto Scaling

Module 3: Logging & Monitoring

  • 3.1  Introduction
  • 3.1  AWS Cloud Watch
  • 3.1  AWS EC2 Detailed Monitoring
  • 3.1  Cloud Watch Alarm
  • 3.1  Cloud Watch Logs
  • 3.1  Cloud Trail

Module 4: AWS S3

  • 4.1  Introduction to S3
  • 4.1  Creating S3 bucket
  • 4.1  S3 Version Control
  • 4.1  S3 Server Logging
  • 4.1  S3 Server Less Web Hosting
  • 4.1  S3 Bucket Policy
  • 4.1  ACLS
  • 4.1  CORS
  • 4.1  Cross Region Replication (CRR)
  • 4.1  S3 Storage Classes
  • 4.1  Glacier
  • 4.1  Bucket Lifecycle Policy

Module 5: AWS RDS

  • 5.1  Introduction to RDS
  • 5.1  Creating a DB Instance
  • 5.1  MutiAZ Deployment
  • 5.1  Read Replica
  • 5.1  Parameter Group
  • 5.1  Options Group

Module 6: AWS VPC

  • 6.1  Introduction to VPC
  • 6.1  Creating VPC
  • 6.1  Launching EC2 Instance from Our VPC
  • 6.1  Private subnet Instance to Database Server
  • 6.1  Launching NAT Instance
  • 6.1  What is VPC Peering
  • 6.1  VPC Peering Lab Scenario overview
  • 6.1  VPC Peering Connection LAB Part - 1
  • 6.1  VPC Peering Instance Launching & Baston Host LAB Part - 2
  • 6.1  Cross region instances communication with VPC peering

Module 7: AWS Route 53

  • 7.1  Introduction to Route 53
  • 7.1  Route 53 – Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Simple Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Weighted Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Latency Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Failover Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Simple Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Geolocation Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Multivalue Routing

Module 8: AWS Container Services

  • 8.1  Introduction
  • 8.1  AWS ECS
  • 8.1  ECS Cluster Types
  • 8.1  Setting Up ECS Cluster
  • 8.1  Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
  • 8.1  Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

Module 9: AWS Development Services

  • 9.1  Introduction
  • 9.1  Code Commit
  • 9.1  IAM Code Commit SSH Keys
  • 9.1  Code Deploy
  • 9.1  Code Build
  • 9.1  Code Pipeline

Module 10: AWS Dynamo DB

  • 10.1  Introduction to DynamoDB
  • 10.1  Creating DynamoDB Table
  • 10.1  DynamoDB APIs
  • 10.1  DynamoDB Indexes

Module 11: AWS Kinesis

  • 11.1  Introduction to Kinesis
  • 11.1  Launching an EC2 Instance for Data Stream
  • 11.1  Configuring Kinesis Agent
  • 11.1  Data Stream Analysis

Module 12: Application & Automation Services

  • 12.1  Introuction
  • 12.1  AWS SQS
  • 12.1  AWS SNS
  • 12.1  AWS Lambda
  • 12.1  API Gateway
  • 12.1  CloudFormation
Course 3

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional

ITLearn360’s AWS Devops speciality Certification Training is a hands-on training that will help you to prepare for the AWS Database speciality Exam as well as help you to upgrade your skill and career. You will be able to understand concepts of database design, database migration, deployment, access, database maintenance, automation, monitoring, security, and troubleshooting.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  DevOps
  • 1.1  SDLC

Module 2: AWS SDLC Services

  • 2.1  Introduction
  • 2.1  Code Commit
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Repo Setup
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Clone, Push, Pull
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Branches
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Triggers
  • 2.1  Code Build
  • 2.1  Code Build - Writing buildspec file
  • 2.1  Code Build - Intergration with ECS
  • 2.1  Code Build - Intergration with SSM Parameter Store
  • 2.1  Code Deploy
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Env Setup
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Deploying ALB
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Instance Deployment
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Appspec file
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - hooks
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Rollbacks
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Integration with Code Commit
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Integration with Code Deploy
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Build Artifacts
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Manual Approval
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Integration with CloudFormation

Module 3: AWS Orchestration Services

  • 3.1  Introduction
  • 3.1  CloudFormation
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Creating Stack
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Parameters
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Resources
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Output
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Functions
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - DependsOn
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Condition
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - RollBack
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Nested stack
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Update Policy
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Delete Policy
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - SSM Parameter Group Intergration
  • 3.1  Introduction to Elastic Beanstalk
  • 3.1  Sample Application Deployment on Beanstalk
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Cloud Watch Monitoring
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Deployment Types
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Deployment Strategies
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Rolling Update
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Recreate

Module 4: AWS Configuration Managment Services

  • 4.1  Introduction
  • 4.1  OpsWorks
  • 4.1  OpsWorks - Chef Scipt
  • 4.1  OpsWorks - Managing EC2 Instance
  • 4.1  SSM
  • 4.1  SSM Documents
  • 4.1  SSM Documents Type
  • 4.1  SSM - Command Document
  • 4.1  SSM - Automation Document
  • 4.1  SSM - Running Ansible Playbook

Module 5: AWS Container Services

  • 5.1  Introduction
  • 5.1  Elastic Container Service (ECS)
  • 5.1  ECS Cluster Types
  • 5.1  Setting Up ECS Cluster
  • 5.1  ECS - Faragte Deployment
  • 5.1  ECS - Task Defination
  • 5.1  ECS - Task Deployment
  • 5.1  ECS - Services
  • 5.1  Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
  • 5.1  ECR - Repo Setup
  • 5.1  ECR - Pushing Image
  • 5.1  Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
  • 5.1  EKS - Cluster Setup
  • 5.1  EKS - Node Setup
  • 5.1  EKS - Connecting to Cluster
  • 5.1  EKS - App Deployment

Module 6: AWS Serverless Services

  • 6.1  Introduction
  • 6.1  Lambda
  • 6.1  Lambda - Runtime
  • 6.1  Lambda - Triggers
  • 6.1  Lambda - Limitations
  • 6.1  Lambda - Service Roles
  • 6.1  Lambda - SAM Framework
  • 6.1  API Gateway
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Routes
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Integration with Lambda
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Stages
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Deployment

Module 7: AWS Monitoring and Logging Services

  • 7.1  Introduction
  • 7.1  CloudTrail
  • 7.1  CloudTrail - Cross Account Logging
  • 7.1  Kinesis
  • 7.1  Kinesis - Data Streams
  • 7.1  Kinesis - Data Firehose
  • 7.1  Launching an EC2 Instance for Data Stream
  • 7.1  Configuring Kinesis Agent
  • 7.1  Data Stream Analysis
  • 7.1  AWS Cloud Watch
  • 7.1  AWS EC2 Detailed Monitoring
  • 7.1  Cloud Watch - Alarms
  • 7.1  Cloud Watch - Logs
  • 7.1  CloudWatch - Metrics
  • 7.1  CloudWatch - Dashboards
  • 7.1  X-Ray
Course 4

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

ITLearn360’s designed the Certified Cloud Practitioner prep course for non-technical personnel in sales, support, and managerial roles who need to understand AWS at a high level, but don’t need to know each service on a technical level. Having this certification will help marketing, sales, legal, and finance professionals to better interact with developers and other IT professionals engaged in AWS-related projects. And earning this credential is also a great first step toward the more technical AWS Associate-level certifications.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Cloud Computing
  • 1.1  Cloud Computing - Services
  • 1.1  Cloud Computing - Deployment Models
  • 1.1  AWS Cloud
  • 1.1  AWS Global Infrastructure
  • 1.1  Setting up AWS Free Tier Account

Module 2: AWS IAM

  • 2.1  Introduction to IAM
  • 2.1  Exploring IAM Creating User , Groups
  • 2.1  Login to IAM User
  • 2.1  IAM - Policy
  • 2.1  IAM - Password Policy
  • 2.1  IAM - Role
  • 2.1  IAM - MFA

Module 3: AWS EC2

  • 3.1  Introduction to EC2
  • 3.1  EC2 Features
  • 3.1  EC2 Instances Options
  • 3.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 3.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 3.1  Terminating the Instance
  • 3.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing the Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Terminating the Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  EBS Volume Types
  • 3.1  EBS Volume Snapshot and Backup
  • 3.1  AWS ELB Theory
  • 3.1  Application Load Balancer
  • 3.1  Classic Load Balancer
  • 3.1  Network Load Balancer
  • 3.1  High Availability and AWS Auto Scaling

Module 4: AWS S3

  • 4.1  Introduction to S3
  • 4.1  Creating S3 bucket
  • 4.1  S3 - Version Control
  • 4.1  S3 - Server Logging
  • 4.1  S3 - Server Less Web Hosting
  • 4.1  S3 - Bucket Policy
  • 4.1  S3 - Storage Classes
  • 4.1  S3 - ACLS
  • 4.1  S3 - CORS
  • 4.1  Glacier

Module 5: AWS Database & Analytics Services

  • 5.1  Introduction
  • 5.1  RDS
  • 5.1  RDS - DB Engine Types
  • 5.1  RDS - MultiAZ Deployment
  • 5.1  DynamoDB
  • 5.1  DocumentDB
  • 5.1  Elastic Cache
  • 5.1  Elastic Cache - Redis
  • 5.1  Elastic Cache - Memcached
  • 5.1  Redshift
  • 5.1  Athena
  • 5.1  Glue

Module 6: AWS Networking Services

  • 6.1  Introduction
  • 6.1  VPC
  • 6.1  VPC - Subnets
  • 6.1  VPC - Route Tables
  • 6.1  VPC - Internet & NAT Gateway
  • 6.1  VPC - Security Groups & NACL
  • 6.1  VPC - Peering

Module 7: AWS Serverless Services

  • 7.1  Introduction
  • 7.1  Lambda
  • 7.1  API Gateway

Module 8: AWS Container Services

  • 8.1  Introduction
  • 8.1  Elastic Container Services (ECS)
  • 8.1  ECS - Fargate
  • 8.1  ECS - Cluster
  • 8.1  Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
  • 8.1  Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

Module 9: AWS DNS & Caching Services

  • 9.1  Introduction
  • 9.1  Route53
  • 9.1  Route53 - Routing Policy
  • 9.1  CloudFront
  • 9.1  Elastic Cache

Module 10: AWS Automation Services

  • 10.1  Introduction
  • 10.1  CloudFormation
  • 10.1  Beanstalk
  • 10.1  OpsWorks
  • 10.1  Systems Manager (SSM)

Module 11: AWS Monitoring & Alerting Services

  • 11.1  Introduction
  • 11.1  CloudWatch
  • 11.1  CloudWatch - Alarm
  • 11.1  CloudWatch - Logs
  • 11.1  Cloud Trail
  • 11.1  X-Ray

Module 12: AWS Security Services

  • 12.1  Introduction
  • 12.1  WAF
  • 12.1  Guard Duty
  • 12.1  Shield
  • 12.1  KMS
  • 12.1  Cloud HSM
  • 12.1  Config
  • 12.1  Inspector
  • 12.1  Macie
  • 12.1  SSM Parameter Store
  • 12.1  Secrets Manager

Module 13: AWS Machine Learning Services

  • 13.1  Introduction
  • 13.1  Polly
  • 13.1  Lex
  • 13.1  Translate
  • 13.1  Transcibe
  • 13.1  Sage Maker

Module 14: AWS 5 Pillars

  • 14.1  Introduction
  • 14.1  Operational Excellence
  • 14.1  Security
  • 14.1  Reliability
  • 14.1  Performance Efficiency
  • 14.1  Cost Optimization

Learning Path

Course 1

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate

ITLearn360’s AWS Sys Ops Administrator Certification Training is a hands-on training that will help you to prepare for the AWS Sys Ops Admin Exam as well as help you to upgrade your skills and career. You will be able to apply AWS services for your projects, use system manager for automation and patching, mastering S3, VPC, EC2 and RDS. You will able to learn design, security and troubleshooitng skills which is needed for your day to day jobs in cloud.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Introduction

Module 2: AWS Monitoring & Reporting Services

  • 2.1  AWS Cloud Watch
  • 2.1  AWS EC2 Detailed Monitoring
  • 2.1  AWS EC2 Instance Monitoring with Cloud Watch
  • 2.1  AWS ELB Monitoring
  • 2.1  Creating Billing Alarm
  • 2.1  AWS Organization
  • 2.1  Resource Tagging
  • 2.1  AWS Resource Groups
  • 2.1  Cost Allocation Tags
  • 2.1  EC2 Pricing Model
  • 2.1  AWS Config
  • 2.1  AWS Cloud Trail
  • 2.1  AWS Health Dashboard

Module 3: AWS Deployment Services

  • 3.1  AWS EC2
  • 3.1  Deploying Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Deploying Linux Server Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing Linux Instance
  • 3.1  EBS Volumes
  • 3.1  AWS ELB
  • 3.1  AWS ELB Types
  • 3.1  Bastion Host
  • 3.1  AWS Systems Manager (SSM)
  • 3.1  Placement Group
  • 3.1  Dedicated Host

Module 4: AWS Database Services

  • 4.1  AWS RDS
  • 4.1  AWS RDS Multi AZ Deployment
  • 4.1  AWS RDS Read Replicas
  • 4.1  DB Instance Snapshot
  • 4.1  AWS RDS Maintenance Window
  • 4.1  Aurora Database
  • 4.1  Aurora Database Setup

Module 5: AWS Caching Services

  • 5.1  AWS Elastic Cache
  • 5.1  AWS CloudFront
  • 5.1  AWS CloudFront Setup - S3
  • 5.1  AWS CloudFront Setup - ELB

Module 6: AWS Storage Services

  • 6.1  AWS S3
  • 6.1  S3 Storage Classes
  • 6.1  S3 Object Lock
  • 6.1  S3 Encryption
  • 6.1  S3 Bucket Policy & ACL
  • 6.1  EC2 Volume Types
  • 6.1  EBS vs Instance Store
  • 6.1  AMIs
  • 6.1  Snowball
  • 6.1  Storage Gateway
  • 6.1  AWS EFS
  • 6.1  EFS Setup
  • 6.1  Mounting on EC2 Linux Instance
  • 6.1  AWS FSx
  • 6.1  Mounting on EC2 Windows Instance
  • 6.1  AWS Athena

Module 7: AWS Security Services

  • 7.1  AWS IAM
  • 7.1  Security Token Services
  • 7.1  IAM Roles
  • 7.1  IAM MFA
  • 7.1  AWS WAF
  • 7.1  AWS Guard Duty
  • 7.1  AWS Shield
  • 7.1  AWS Inspector
  • 7.1  AWS Config
  • 7.1  AWS Security Hub

Module 8: AWS DNS Service

  • 8.1  Introduction
  • 8.1  AWS Route 53
  • 8.1  Route 53 - Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Simple Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Weighted Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Latency Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Failover Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Simple Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Geolocation Routing Policy
  • 8.1  Route 53 Lab - Multivalue Routing

Module 9: AWS Networking Services

  • 9.1  AWS VPC
  • 9.1  Basic Concepts - Subnets , Route Table , NACL
  • 9.1  Internet Gateway
  • 9.1  NAT Gateway
  • 9.1  Customer VPC Setup
  • 9.1  Public & Private Subnet
  • 9.1  VPC Endpoint
  • 9.1  VPC Endpoint Services
  • 9.1  VPC Flow Logs
  • 9.1  VPC Peering
  • 9.1  Direct Connect
  • 9.1  AWS Site-to-Site VPN

Module 10: AWS Automation Services

  • 10.1  AWS CloudFormation
  • 10.1  CloudFormation Stack
  • 10.1  AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • 10.1  AWS OpsWork
Course 2

AWS Certified Developer Associate

This AWS certification training is aligned to AWS associate developer exam announced by AWS and is designed to help you understand of the core knowledge of AWS services, uses of AWS services, and basic AWS architecture. You will be able to use the AWS service APIs, AWS CLI, and SDKs to write applications etc.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Identity Access Management (IAM)

  • 1.1  Introduction to IAM
  • 1.1  Exploring IAM Creating User , Groups
  • 1.1  Login to IAM User
  • 1.1  IAM Policy
  • 1.1  IAM Role
  • 1.1  Assume Role

Module 2: EC2 - The Backbone of AWS

  • 2.1  Introduction, EC2 Features, EC2 Instances Options
  • 2.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 2.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 2.1  Accessing the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 2.1  Terminating the Instance
  • 2.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  Accessing the Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  Terminating the Windows Server Instance
  • 2.1  EBS Volume Types
  • 2.1  EBS Volume Snapshot and Backup
  • 2.1  AWS EFS
  • 2.1  AWS FSx
  • 2.1  AWS ELB Theory
  • 2.1  Application Load Balancer
  • 2.1  Classic Load Balancer
  • 2.1  Migration Classic to ALB
  • 2.1  AWS Network Load Balancer - Create Instance - Part 1
  • 2.1  AWS Network Load Balancer - Create Load Balancer - Part 2
  • 2.1  AWS Network Load Balancer - Integration & Accessing - Part 3
  • 2.1  High Availability with AWS Auto Scaling
  • 2.1  Configure & launch Auto Scaling group
  • 2.1  Launching new Instance in unhealthy Instance scenario with help of Auto Scaling
  • 2.1  Clean up Auto Scaling

Module 3: Logging & Monitoring

  • 3.1  Introduction
  • 3.1  AWS Cloud Watch
  • 3.1  AWS EC2 Detailed Monitoring
  • 3.1  Cloud Watch Alarm
  • 3.1  Cloud Watch Logs
  • 3.1  Cloud Trail

Module 4: AWS S3

  • 4.1  Introduction to S3
  • 4.1  Creating S3 bucket
  • 4.1  S3 Version Control
  • 4.1  S3 Server Logging
  • 4.1  S3 Server Less Web Hosting
  • 4.1  S3 Bucket Policy
  • 4.1  ACLS
  • 4.1  CORS
  • 4.1  Cross Region Replication (CRR)
  • 4.1  S3 Storage Classes
  • 4.1  Glacier
  • 4.1  Bucket Lifecycle Policy

Module 5: AWS RDS

  • 5.1  Introduction to RDS
  • 5.1  Creating a DB Instance
  • 5.1  MutiAZ Deployment
  • 5.1  Read Replica
  • 5.1  Parameter Group
  • 5.1  Options Group

Module 6: AWS VPC

  • 6.1  Introduction to VPC
  • 6.1  Creating VPC
  • 6.1  Launching EC2 Instance from Our VPC
  • 6.1  Private subnet Instance to Database Server
  • 6.1  Launching NAT Instance
  • 6.1  What is VPC Peering
  • 6.1  VPC Peering Lab Scenario overview
  • 6.1  VPC Peering Connection LAB Part - 1
  • 6.1  VPC Peering Instance Launching & Baston Host LAB Part - 2
  • 6.1  Cross region instances communication with VPC peering

Module 7: AWS Route 53

  • 7.1  Introduction to Route 53
  • 7.1  Route 53 – Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Simple Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Weighted Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Latency Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Failover Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Simple Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Geolocation Routing Policy
  • 7.1  Route 53 Lab – Multivalue Routing

Module 8: AWS Container Services

  • 8.1  Introduction
  • 8.1  AWS ECS
  • 8.1  ECS Cluster Types
  • 8.1  Setting Up ECS Cluster
  • 8.1  Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
  • 8.1  Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

Module 9: AWS Development Services

  • 9.1  Introduction
  • 9.1  Code Commit
  • 9.1  IAM Code Commit SSH Keys
  • 9.1  Code Deploy
  • 9.1  Code Build
  • 9.1  Code Pipeline

Module 10: AWS Dynamo DB

  • 10.1  Introduction to DynamoDB
  • 10.1  Creating DynamoDB Table
  • 10.1  DynamoDB APIs
  • 10.1  DynamoDB Indexes

Module 11: AWS Kinesis

  • 11.1  Introduction to Kinesis
  • 11.1  Launching an EC2 Instance for Data Stream
  • 11.1  Configuring Kinesis Agent
  • 11.1  Data Stream Analysis

Module 12: Application & Automation Services

  • 12.1  Introuction
  • 12.1  AWS SQS
  • 12.1  AWS SNS
  • 12.1  AWS Lambda
  • 12.1  API Gateway
  • 12.1  CloudFormation
Course 3

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional

ITLearn360’s AWS Devops speciality Certification Training is a hands-on training that will help you to prepare for the AWS Database speciality Exam as well as help you to upgrade your skill and career. You will be able to understand concepts of database design, database migration, deployment, access, database maintenance, automation, monitoring, security, and troubleshooting.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  DevOps
  • 1.1  SDLC

Module 2: AWS SDLC Services

  • 2.1  Introduction
  • 2.1  Code Commit
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Repo Setup
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Clone, Push, Pull
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Branches
  • 2.1  Code Commit - Triggers
  • 2.1  Code Build
  • 2.1  Code Build - Writing buildspec file
  • 2.1  Code Build - Intergration with ECS
  • 2.1  Code Build - Intergration with SSM Parameter Store
  • 2.1  Code Deploy
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Env Setup
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Deploying ALB
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Instance Deployment
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Appspec file
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - hooks
  • 2.1  Code Deploy - Rollbacks
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Integration with Code Commit
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Integration with Code Deploy
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Build Artifacts
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Manual Approval
  • 2.1  Code Pipeline - Integration with CloudFormation

Module 3: AWS Orchestration Services

  • 3.1  Introduction
  • 3.1  CloudFormation
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Creating Stack
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Parameters
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Resources
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Output
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Functions
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - DependsOn
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Condition
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - RollBack
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Nested stack
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Update Policy
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - Delete Policy
  • 3.1  CloudFormation - SSM Parameter Group Intergration
  • 3.1  Introduction to Elastic Beanstalk
  • 3.1  Sample Application Deployment on Beanstalk
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Cloud Watch Monitoring
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Deployment Types
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Deployment Strategies
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Rolling Update
  • 3.1  Elastic Beanstalk - Recreate

Module 4: AWS Configuration Managment Services

  • 4.1  Introduction
  • 4.1  OpsWorks
  • 4.1  OpsWorks - Chef Scipt
  • 4.1  OpsWorks - Managing EC2 Instance
  • 4.1  SSM
  • 4.1  SSM Documents
  • 4.1  SSM Documents Type
  • 4.1  SSM - Command Document
  • 4.1  SSM - Automation Document
  • 4.1  SSM - Running Ansible Playbook

Module 5: AWS Container Services

  • 5.1  Introduction
  • 5.1  Elastic Container Service (ECS)
  • 5.1  ECS Cluster Types
  • 5.1  Setting Up ECS Cluster
  • 5.1  ECS - Faragte Deployment
  • 5.1  ECS - Task Defination
  • 5.1  ECS - Task Deployment
  • 5.1  ECS - Services
  • 5.1  Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
  • 5.1  ECR - Repo Setup
  • 5.1  ECR - Pushing Image
  • 5.1  Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
  • 5.1  EKS - Cluster Setup
  • 5.1  EKS - Node Setup
  • 5.1  EKS - Connecting to Cluster
  • 5.1  EKS - App Deployment

Module 6: AWS Serverless Services

  • 6.1  Introduction
  • 6.1  Lambda
  • 6.1  Lambda - Runtime
  • 6.1  Lambda - Triggers
  • 6.1  Lambda - Limitations
  • 6.1  Lambda - Service Roles
  • 6.1  Lambda - SAM Framework
  • 6.1  API Gateway
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Routes
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Integration with Lambda
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Stages
  • 6.1  API Gateway - Deployment

Module 7: AWS Monitoring and Logging Services

  • 7.1  Introduction
  • 7.1  CloudTrail
  • 7.1  CloudTrail - Cross Account Logging
  • 7.1  Kinesis
  • 7.1  Kinesis - Data Streams
  • 7.1  Kinesis - Data Firehose
  • 7.1  Launching an EC2 Instance for Data Stream
  • 7.1  Configuring Kinesis Agent
  • 7.1  Data Stream Analysis
  • 7.1  AWS Cloud Watch
  • 7.1  AWS EC2 Detailed Monitoring
  • 7.1  Cloud Watch - Alarms
  • 7.1  Cloud Watch - Logs
  • 7.1  CloudWatch - Metrics
  • 7.1  CloudWatch - Dashboards
  • 7.1  X-Ray
Course 4

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

ITLearn360’s designed the Certified Cloud Practitioner prep course for non-technical personnel in sales, support, and managerial roles who need to understand AWS at a high level, but don’t need to know each service on a technical level. Having this certification will help marketing, sales, legal, and finance professionals to better interact with developers and other IT professionals engaged in AWS-related projects. And earning this credential is also a great first step toward the more technical AWS Associate-level certifications.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Cloud Computing
  • 1.1  Cloud Computing - Services
  • 1.1  Cloud Computing - Deployment Models
  • 1.1  AWS Cloud
  • 1.1  AWS Global Infrastructure
  • 1.1  Setting up AWS Free Tier Account

Module 2: AWS IAM

  • 2.1  Introduction to IAM
  • 2.1  Exploring IAM Creating User , Groups
  • 2.1  Login to IAM User
  • 2.1  IAM - Policy
  • 2.1  IAM - Password Policy
  • 2.1  IAM - Role
  • 2.1  IAM - MFA

Module 3: AWS EC2

  • 3.1  Introduction to EC2
  • 3.1  EC2 Features
  • 3.1  EC2 Instances Options
  • 3.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 3.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing the AWS EC2 Linux Instance
  • 3.1  Terminating the Instance
  • 3.1  Launching an AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Exploring the AWS EC2 Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Accessing the Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  Terminating the Windows Server Instance
  • 3.1  EBS Volume Types
  • 3.1  EBS Volume Snapshot and Backup
  • 3.1  AWS ELB Theory
  • 3.1  Application Load Balancer
  • 3.1  Classic Load Balancer
  • 3.1  Network Load Balancer
  • 3.1  High Availability and AWS Auto Scaling

Module 4: AWS S3

  • 4.1  Introduction to S3
  • 4.1  Creating S3 bucket
  • 4.1  S3 - Version Control
  • 4.1  S3 - Server Logging
  • 4.1  S3 - Server Less Web Hosting
  • 4.1  S3 - Bucket Policy
  • 4.1  S3 - Storage Classes
  • 4.1  S3 - ACLS
  • 4.1  S3 - CORS
  • 4.1  Glacier

Module 5: AWS Database & Analytics Services

  • 5.1  Introduction
  • 5.1  RDS
  • 5.1  RDS - DB Engine Types
  • 5.1  RDS - MultiAZ Deployment
  • 5.1  DynamoDB
  • 5.1  DocumentDB
  • 5.1  Elastic Cache
  • 5.1  Elastic Cache - Redis
  • 5.1  Elastic Cache - Memcached
  • 5.1  Redshift
  • 5.1  Athena
  • 5.1  Glue

Module 6: AWS Networking Services

  • 6.1  Introduction
  • 6.1  VPC
  • 6.1  VPC - Subnets
  • 6.1  VPC - Route Tables
  • 6.1  VPC - Internet & NAT Gateway
  • 6.1  VPC - Security Groups & NACL
  • 6.1  VPC - Peering

Module 7: AWS Serverless Services

  • 7.1  Introduction
  • 7.1  Lambda
  • 7.1  API Gateway

Module 8: AWS Container Services

  • 8.1  Introduction
  • 8.1  Elastic Container Services (ECS)
  • 8.1  ECS - Fargate
  • 8.1  ECS - Cluster
  • 8.1  Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
  • 8.1  Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

Module 9: AWS DNS & Caching Services

  • 9.1  Introduction
  • 9.1  Route53
  • 9.1  Route53 - Routing Policy
  • 9.1  CloudFront
  • 9.1  Elastic Cache

Module 10: AWS Automation Services

  • 10.1  Introduction
  • 10.1  CloudFormation
  • 10.1  Beanstalk
  • 10.1  OpsWorks
  • 10.1  Systems Manager (SSM)

Module 11: AWS Monitoring & Alerting Services

  • 11.1  Introduction
  • 11.1  CloudWatch
  • 11.1  CloudWatch - Alarm
  • 11.1  CloudWatch - Logs
  • 11.1  Cloud Trail
  • 11.1  X-Ray

Module 12: AWS Security Services

  • 12.1  Introduction
  • 12.1  WAF
  • 12.1  Guard Duty
  • 12.1  Shield
  • 12.1  KMS
  • 12.1  Cloud HSM
  • 12.1  Config
  • 12.1  Inspector
  • 12.1  Macie
  • 12.1  SSM Parameter Store
  • 12.1  Secrets Manager

Module 13: AWS Machine Learning Services

  • 13.1  Introduction
  • 13.1  Polly
  • 13.1  Lex
  • 13.1  Translate
  • 13.1  Transcibe
  • 13.1  Sage Maker

Module 14: AWS 5 Pillars

  • 14.1  Introduction
  • 14.1  Operational Excellence
  • 14.1  Security
  • 14.1  Reliability
  • 14.1  Performance Efficiency
  • 14.1  Cost Optimization