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Key Highlights

  • Category: Cloud Computing
  • Duration: 50 watching hours
  • Certificate: On completion
  • Price: $599  $699
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Course Description

The AWS SysOps Associate Training will establish your expertise in deploying, managing and operating highly scalable systems on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform. As a prerequisite to the DevOps Engineer certification, this course will help you migrate on-premise applications to AWS, control the flow of data to and from AWS, master the AWS management console, implement operational cost controls and enhance your ability to leverage AWS resources and services in the most efficient way.

Course Objectives

The AWS SysOps Associate certification training program is designed to give you hands-on exposure to the highly scalable Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform, giving you technical expertise in deploying, managing and operating fault-tolerant system on AWS. This course will empower you to choose the most appropriate and cost-effective cloud services and deploy and manage full-scale production operations on AWS. The course is designed by ASWSexperts to help you pass the AWS SysOps Associate Exam on your first attempt.
You will learn how to analyze various CloudWatch metrics, the major monitoring solution in AWS and learn to build scalable fault-tolerant architecture using ELB, AS and Route 53. You’ll gain a deep understanding of cost-reduction opportunities, tagging in analysis, cloud deployment and provisioning with CloudFormation. You will also learn data management and storage using EC2, EBS, S3, Glacier and data lifecycle and get an overview of AWS networking and security.

Course Outline

  • Course Introduction
  • Monitoring and Metrics
  • Amazon CloudWatch
  • Monitoring AWS EBS
  • Monitoring ELB and EBS volume in AWS CloudWatch
  • Monitor RDS instance in AWS through CloudWatch
  • Setup CloudWatch alarm on log filter metrics
  • AWS Billing and Cost Management
  • Key Takeaways
  • Networking
  • VPC Sizing and IP Addresses
  • Route Tables
  • NAT Gateway
  • VPC properties-subnet IGW Route NAT Security group
  • VPC Peering connection
  • VPC Sizing and IP Addresses
  • Configuring VPC
  • Concepts of VPN
  • VPN connection
  • Analysis and Cost Effectiveness in AWS
  • Analysis in Cloud
  • Troubleshoot the AutoScaling Issues
  • NAT Gateway
  • Cost Management in Cloud
  • Walkthrough AWS cost and billing dashboard
  • EC2 Pricing
  • Tagging in the Cloud
  • Create Billing Alert for Idle EC2 instance
  • Key Takeaways
  • Security
  • Feature and Usage of IAM
  • Create an IAM group with EC2 full access permission
  • IAM Roles
  • Overview of AWS Shared Responsibility Model
  • Create an S3 bucket and add policy
  • Account and Instance Security
  • Security Assessment An Overview
  • Key Takeaways
  • Data Management
  • Key Concepts of Storage in AWS
  • AWS Storage Services EBS
  • Elastic Block Storage (EBS )
  • Amazon S3
  • Storage Gateway
  • Data Lifecycle and Backups in AWS
  • Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS) and Amazon S3
  • Amazon Read Replicas (RDS) and Amazon Glacier
  • Storage Troubleshooting Storing Log Files
  • High Availability
  • Scalability and Elasticity Essentials
  • Elastic Load Balancing
  • Configure Load Balancer
  • High Avaialbility Mulit-AZ for Amazon RDS
  • Create and Update Auto Scaling
  • Capacity Thrashing, Life Cycle Hooks, and Scaling
  • Configure an AutoScaling group
  • Amazon Route 53
  • Key Takeaways
  • Deployment and Provisioning
  • Elastic Load Balancing
  • Working of ALB
  • Lambda and ECS Deployments
  • RDS and DynamoDB Deployments
  • S3 Provisioning and EFS Deployment
  • Mount EFS to an instance
  • Deploy an application using Elastic Beanstalk
  • Deployment Automation
  • AWS OpsWorks