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The course is designed based on official certification requirements outlined by AWS Cloud provider   for  AWS Certified Developer – Associate

  • 4 days of instructor-led training
  • Includes 1 Day of AWS technical Essentials course bundled in this
  • Training delivered by AWS Certified Developer – Associate
  • Trainer is also a consultant helping clients to migrate to AWS cloud
  • Prepares for AWS Certified Developer – Associate
  • Includes 5 simulation exam aligned to AWS Certified Developer – Associate

After this course you will be able to appear AWS Certified Developer – Associate .The exam fees is 150 USD with Single attempt at additional cost .

  • Systems administrators and IT managers
  • Software engineers
  • Devops Engineers
  • Test Engineers

Module 1: User Sign up
  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Amazon Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Amazon Pricing

Module 2: AWS Big Picture – 10000 feet overview

  • An overview of AWS
  • EC2- An overview
  • EBS- An Overview
  • Security Group-An Overview
  • Elastic IP- An overview
  • Cloud Front-An Overview
  • S3- An overview
  • Glacier- An overview
  • IAM – An Overview
  • RDS- An overview

Module 3: Amazon EC2- Win server 2012     (Hands on lab by students)

  • Launch Windows server 2012 Instance
  • Decrypt Password and download RDP shortcut client
  • connect to the EC2 Windows 2012 instance
  • Terminate the Windows server 2012 Instance

Module 4: Amazon EC2- Security Groups  ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Creating Security Groups
  • Modify Security Groups
  • Delete Security Groups

Module 5 : Amazon Elastic Block Store  ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Create Standard Volume
  • Create and delete snapshots
  • Assign volumes to Windows server 2012 and Ubuntu 14.04 server
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes

Module 6 : Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB)   ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Lab 6.1
    1. Launch Two Ubuntu EC2 Instances- apache web servers with user data
    2. Edit HTML files to both the servers
    3. Test your web Servers through internet
  • Lab 6.2
    1. Create Elastic Load Balancer
    2. Add both the Ubuntu servers to ELB
    3. Test your Elastic Load Balancer
    4. Delete your Elastic Load Balancer

Module 7 : AWS Route53

  • What is Route53
  • Route-53 demo integration with ELB you created ( Performed by Instructor only)

Module 8 : AWS S3  ( Hands on lab by students)

  • AWS s3- Overview and pricing
  • Create Bucket  and Folder
  • Upload, download, share and delete object
  • Delete Bucket

DAY 2 AWS   ( User data,Metadata,s3 advanced, Glacier, Cloudformation, Storage

Module 1 : Amazon EC2- Ubuntu 14.04 with user data and metadata  ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Launch the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Using User-data of web-server
  • Validate user data is executed successfully
  • Fetch information about VM from metadata url

Module 2: Amazon EC2 and EBS System operation ( Hands on lab by students)

  • EC2- Advanced theory ec2 EBS vs instance store
  • EC2- Operations ( Status checks)
  • EC2 – Creating your own AMI
  • EC2 – Launching instance using own AMI
  • EC2 – copy  snapshot across region and share across accounts
  • EBS – Snapshot
  • EBS- creating volume using snapshot
  • EBS – copy EBS snapshot across region and share across accounts
  • EBS – upgrade volume types
  • Security groups  – create, edit and modify rules

Module 3 : AWS Elastic File System  ( Hands on lab by students)

  • AWS elastic File System – Overview and pricing
  • Create EFS share and mount to an ec2 instance
  • Store and retrieve from EFS

Module 4 : Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)  ( Hands on lab by students)

  • AWS s3- Overview and pricing
  • Create Bucket  and Folder
  • Upload, download, share and delete object
  • Delete Bucket
  • File Versioning ( s3 version control)
  • Create a static website on s3
  • Create a server less webpage
  • Cross Region replication
  • CORS configuration
  • S3 Life cycle management
  • S3 security and encryption

Module 5 : AWS Cloudfront ( Live Demo by Instructor)

  • Cloudfront overview and pricing
  • Create a origin bucket for cloudfront
  • Upload file to origin bucket
  • Create CDN distribution and use origin bucket
  • Access files through Cloudfront distribution

Module 6  : AWS other storage options (Theory only)

  • Storage Gateway – Overview and pricing
  • Snowball – Overview and Pricing
  • Glacier – Overview and pricing
  • Glacier – Live demo by instructor using fast glacier client

DAY 3-  AWS Security (IAM, AWS CLI, SDK, DynamoDB)

Module 1 : AWS- IAM (Identity and Access Management)

  • What is IAM? – A comprehensive introduction
  • AWS federation with Active directory- Theory only
  • Web Identity Federation  – Theory Only
  • Security Token Service – Theory only
  • Getting started with IAMs
  • IAM   user- groups ( Hands on lab by students)
    1. Creating a user and group
    2. Adding a user to the group
    3. Password policy setup for users
    4. Attaching policy to users
    5. Enabling dual /Multi  factor authentication to the users
  • IAM roles    ( Hands on lab by students)
    1. Creating a role
    2. Launching a EC2 instance using a S3 full access role
    3. Deleting a role

Module 2 : AWS CLI ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Working with the AWS  cli
  • Launch instance with s3 and ec2 full access
  • Configure awscli client
  • Create a security group using cli
  • Create a key pair using cli
  • Launch a ec2 instance using cli
  • Stop an ec2 instance using cli
  • Terminate an ec2 instance using cli
  • Create a load balancer using cli
  • Delete a load balancer using cli
  • Create an s3 bucket using cli
  • Upload and download an object from your local machine to s3 through cli
  • List buckets through cli
  • Delete buckets through cli

Module 3 : AWS DynamoDB Database using Python SDK (Hands on lab by students)

  • AWS Database options : RDS and Dynamod DB differences
  • Describe Amazon DynamoDB
  • DynamoDB Provisioned throughput
  • Usng web identity to connect to authenticate with dynamoDB- overview
  • DynamoDB Indexes
  • Aspects of DynamoDB
  • Lab : Configure python SDK to access to dynamoDB
  • Lab : Create tables using python SDK
  • Lab : Put item in using sdk
  • Lab : Scan and Querry API call using python sdk
  • Lab : Delete item using sdk

Module 4 : AWS Route53 (Live Demo by Instructor)

  • Route 53 – routing options
  • Simple routing – Handons lab
  • weighted routing policy lab
  • latency based routing lab
  • Geolocation based routing lab
  • failover routing lab

DAY 4- AWS ( VPC, Cloud Formation, Beanstalk, SNS, SQS, SWF)

Module 1 : AWS- Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

  • What is VPC? – A comprehensive introduction
  • Networking bottlenecks
  • Understanding VPC configurations
    1. VPC with single public subnet
    2. VPC with public and private subnet
    3. VPC Peering
    4. Access control List
  • Configuring VPC Instances ( Hands on lab by students)
    1. Creating a VPC
    2. Subnets
    3. Internet Gateway
    4. Routing
    5. Configuring a NAT Gateway
    6. Creating security groups
    7. Launching instances in public and private subnets
  • NAT vs Bastions
  • VPC Flow Logs
  • VPC clean up

Module 2 : AWS Cloud Formation (Hands on lab by Students)

  • Infrastructure as Code using Cloud Formation
  • Cloud formation – Create a new stack
  • Create and deploy sample template in JSON format
  • Use existing templates and deploy

Module 3 : Compute Part II operations  ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Bash Scripting
  • Lambda

Module 4 : Application Development and Deployment Best Practices ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Application deployment using AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Deploy java  beanstalk environment
  • Deploy web application to environment
  • Terminate   beanstalk environment

Module 5 : AWS- Simple Notification Service ( SNS ) – ( Hands on lab by students)

  • Simple Notification Service (SNS) – Overview  and use case
  • Create SNS notification
  • Subscribe for notification

Module 6 : AWS- SQS and SWF ( theory only)

  •  Simple Queue Service (SQS) – Overview and use case
  •  Simple Workflow (SWF) –  Overview and use case

  • Gives an edge over other professionals in the same field, in term of pay package.
  • All roads are leading to Cloud, and everyone is adopting Cloud computing .Hence would require Cloud Engineers to drive their journey to cloud
  • Helpful for People are trying to transition to  Cloud Engineer roles
  • Verifies that you are aware of the latest features of Cloud
  • The certification helps to speak more confidently about this technology at my company when networking with others.

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