1 - Day 1
Fundamentals of Amazon Web Services (AWS)Amazon S3Hands-on: S3 Lab; Creating Buckets, objects, and managing access controlCloudTrailHands-on: Enabling CloudTrailAmazon EC2Hands-on: Hosting an Application on EC2Amazon CloudWatchSNSHands on: Setting up CloudWatch Alarm for the hosted Application and get notified via SNSAmazon Lambda
2 - Day 2
Amazon Relational Database Services (RDS)Hands-on: Deploying and scaling and application using RDSAmazon Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)Hands-on: Scaling the Application using Amazon ELBAmazon Certificate Manager (ACM)Auto-ScalingHands-on: Deploying an auto-scaling app on the cloud using auto-scaling, EC2, RDS, ELBAdditional Hands-on: Setting Up Notification Based Scaling
3 - Day 3
Amazon VPCHands-on: Hosting secure applications using public and private subnetsAdditional Hands-on: Enabling VPC Flow Logs that Streams to CloudWatchIdentity & Access Management (IAM)Hands-on: Generating groups, users, access policies and controlCloudFrontHands-on: Setup CloudFront CDN for an ApplicationRoute 53Hands-on: Moving an existing domain name to Route53 and configuring multi-location Routing
4 - Day 4
Cloud FormationHands-on: Generating and Deploying Cloud Formation TemplatesAWS Frequently Used Design PatternsSystem operations on AWSHands-on: Setting up Custom CloudWatch Metric
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
IT Professionals who want to learn to manage existing AWS infrastructure and to identify performance bottlenecks.
IT Professionals who want to clear the AWS Certification exam.
Some IT industry work experience or a degree in the IT field.
Some experience with Linux system administration advisable but not required.
Basic understanding of databases.