About Career Path

Cloud consists of carious computing resources such as servers (instances ), storage, databaser servers, object storage and softwares. A cloud engineer is specialized in implementing and developing companies or organizations cloud services, including cost optimization, monitoring and implementing various best practices and security solutions.   

To become a successful cloud engineer following cloud certifications are good :-

  1. AWS Solutions Architect
  2. Google Cloud Platform Certified Associate Cloud Engineer
  3. Azure Certified Solutions Architect

Who can choose this career

Professional, Student, Researcher and anyone who wants to build career in Cloud

Requirements

Must have Good knowledge in Linux and Windows Server.

Must have knowledge in Networking and Firewalls.

Career Courses

Course 1

AWS Certified Solutions Architect

Course 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?
Course 2

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate

Course curriculum

Module 1: Monitoring, Metrics and Analysis

  • 1.1  CloudWatch Introduction
  • 1.2  EC Status Troubleshooting
  • 1.3  Create A CloudWatch Role
  • 1.4  Monitoring EC With Custom Metrics
  • 1.5  Monitoring EBS
  • 1.6  Monitoring RDS
  • 1.7  Monitoring ELB
  • 1.8  Monitoring Elasticache
  • 1.9  Consolidated Billing
  • 1.10  AWS Organizations Lab
  • 1.11  Billing and Alerts
  • 1.12  Cost Optimization

Module 2: High Availability

  • 2.1  Elasticity And Scalability
  • 2.2  Scale Up or Scale Out?
  • 2.3  RDS and Multi-AZ Failover
  • 2.4  RDS and Using Read Replicas
  • 2.5  RDS Multi-AZ and Read Replicas Lab
  • 2.6  Using Bastion Hosts and High Availability
  • 2.7  Troubleshooting and Potential Autoscaling Issues

Module 3: Deployment & Provisioning

  • 3.1  Root Access to AWS Services
  • 3.2  Elastic Load Balancer Configuration
  • 3.3  Pre-warming - Elastic Load Balancers

Module 4: Data Management

  • 4.1  Disaster Recovery
  • 4.2   Backup & AWS
  • 4.3  AWS Services and Automated Backups
  • 4.4  EC2 Types - EBS vs Instance Store
  • 4.5  Upgrading EBS Volume

Module 5: Opsworks

  • 5.1  Opsworks Overview
  • 5.2  Setting Up Opsworks
  • 5.3  AWS Sample Stack

Module 6: Security

  • 6.1  Building IAM Policies - Lab
  • 6.2  Using IAM Roles With EC (recap)
  • 6.3  S3 CLI & Regions
  • 6.4  Multifactor Authentication on AWS
  • 6.5  Security Token Service
  • 6.6  Security On AWS
  • 6.7  AWS & IT Audits

Module 7: Route 53

  • 7.1  DNS
  • 7.2  Register A Domain Name
  • 7.3  Setup Our EC2 Instances
  • 7.4  Simple Routing Policy
  • 7.5  Weighted Routing Policy
  • 7.6  Latency Routing Policy
  • 7.7  Failover Routing Policy
  • 7.8  Geolocation Routing Policy

Module 8: VPCs

  • 8.1  VPC Overview
  • 8.2  Build A Custom VPC
  • 8.3  Creating a NAT Instance
  • 8.4  Network ACLs
  • 8.5  Custom VPC's and ELB's
  • 8.6  NAT's vs Bastions
  • 8.7  VPC Flow Logs
  • 8.8  VPC Clean Up
  • 8.9  AWS Direct Connect
  • 8.10  Network Bottlenecks
  • 8.11  Centralising Monitoring Servers
  • 8.12  Storing Log Files and Other Backups
  • 8.13  VPC Summary