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AWS Certification Training

AWS Architect Certification Training is curated by industry professionals as per the industry requirements and demands. It will help you prepare for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate exam SAA-C02 With our instructor-led sessions, you will be able to effectively architect and deploy secure and robust applications using AWS. This course will help you identify the appropriate AWS service based on databases, network, storage, cost optimization, compute, and security requirements.


  • Introduction to AWS
  • Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the different services provided by AWS. You will be provided with an overview of the important resources required to architect an application.

    • Cloud Computing
    • Cloud deployment and service models
    • AWS Global Infrastructure and its benefits
    • AWS Regions, Availability Zones, and Edge Locations
    • AWS Services
    • Ways to access AWS Services: AWS CLI, AWS SDK, AWS Management Console
    • Sign-up for AWS free-tier account
    • Explore Console and Configure CLI
  • Security Management in AWS
  • Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about how to securely manage your application and your AWS account using various Amazon security services.

    • User management through Identity Access Management (IAM)
    • Various access policies across AWS Services
    • AWS Cognito
    • AWS Security & Encryption: KMS, CloudHSM, Sheild, and WAF
    • API keys service access
    • Best practices for IAM
    • Access billing and create alerts on billing
    • Create new users who can login to AWS console
    • Create role for an application to access S3
    • Create policies for new user to have either admin or limited privileges
    • Credential rotation for IAM users
    • Login to AWS console via MFA
    • Create API keys for accessing AWS Services
    • Create Budget
    • Login to Cognito Hosted UI and redirect to a custom domain
  • Object Storage Options
  • Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the different Object Storage Services offered by AWS, identify when to use a specific service, how to store/transfer data using these services and optimize the storage cost.

    • S3 bucket
    • Storage classes in S3
    • Glacier Deep Archive
    • Life cycle policy in S3
    • S3 Lock Policies
    • S3 Performance Optimization
    • Cost optimization for S3
    • Difference between S3, EBS and EFS
    • Glacier: Glacier Vault Policies
    • Storage Gateway and its types
    • Hosting a Static Website on Amazon S3
    • Versioning in AWS S3
    • Replicating data across regions
    • S3 Transfer acceleration
    • Transfer and retrieve data from Glacier through lifecycle policy
    • Accessing a static website through Cloud Front
  • Amazon EC2
  • Learning Objective: EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) is the backbone of AWS. In this module, you will learn about the concepts associated with an EC2 instance and its usage. This module covers different AMIs, a demo on launching an EC2 instance, ways to connect with an instance, and how to host a website on EC2 instance.

    • Start, stop and terminate an EC2 Instance
    • Security Groups
    • AMI
    • VPC, ENI, Public, and Private IP
    • Storage services
    • Instance Store
    • EBS and its types
    • SSDs and Provisioned IOPS
    • Hard Disk Drives
    • EFS
    • EBS vs EFS
    • Cost optimization
    • Host your website inside EC2
    • Create an AMI
    • Create an Elastic IP
    • Attaching an EBS volume externally
    • To create a snapshot
    • Mount EFS volumes
    • Mount FSx into windows servers and share same file
  • Load Balancing, Auto-Scaling, and Route 53
  • Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn the concepts of Load Balancing, Auto-Scaling, and Route 53 to manage traffic.

    • Elastic Load Balancer and its types
    • Advanced features of ELB
    • Launch Templates
    • Launch Configurations
    • Comparison of Classic, Network and Application Load Balancer
    • Auto-Scaling
    • Components of Auto-Scaling
    • Lifecycle of Auto-Scaling
    • Auto-Scaling policy
    • Working of Route 53
    • Various Routing Policies
    • Create a Classic Load Balancer
    • Create a Network Load Balancer
    • Work with Application Load Balancer and Auto-Scaling
    • Auto-Scaling and Scaling policy
    • Point a sub-domain to EC2 box in Route 53
  • Database Services and Analytics
  • Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the different database services offered by AWS to handle structured and unstructured data. This module also gives you knowledge on how to analyze your data.

    • Amazon RDS and its benefits
    • Read Replica
    • RDS IAM Authentication
    • Aurora: Aurora Serverless & Global Databases
    • DynamoDB
    • ElastiCache: Working, Redis vs Memcached
    • Amazon RedShift: Redshift Spectrum
    • Kinesis: AWS Kinesis Data Streams, AWS Kinesis Data Firehouse
    • AWS Lake Formation
    • AWS Athena
    • Storing an application data in MySQL DB using Relational Database Service (RDS)
    • Creating Tables, loading sample data and running queries
    • Redis Cache
    • Visualize the web traffic using Kinesis Data Stream
    • Analyse csv data in S3 with Athena
  • Networking and Monitoring Services
  • Learning Objective: This module introduces you to the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud. You will learn to implement networking using public and private subnets with VPC. Also, this module demonstrates how to monitor your services.

    • VPC – Benefits and Components
    • CIDR Notations
    • Network Access Control List v/s Security Groups
    • NAT (Network Address Translation): NAT Devices, NAT Gateway and NAT instance
    • VPC peering
    • Direct Connect
    • Private Link
    • Classic Link
    • AWS CloudWatch
    • AWS CloudTrail
    • AWS Config
    • Trusted Advisor
    • Create a Non-default VPC and attach it to an EC2 instance
    • Accessing Internet inside Private Subnet using NAT Gateway
    • Connect two instances in different VPC’s using VPC peering
    • Monitoring an EC2 instance using CloudWatch
    • Enable CloudTrail and Store Logs in S3
    • Explore Trusted Advisor
    • Connect to an App hosted in different VPC through Private Link
  • Applications Services and AWS Lambda
  • Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about different Application services offered by AWS, that are used for sending e-mails, notifications, and processing message queues. This module also deals with the latest trend of Serverless architecture using AWS Lambda.

    • AWS Simple Email Service (SES)
    • Implement SES
    • Demonstrate the working of SNS
    • SQS: Work with SQS, ASG with SQS
    • Amazon MQ
    • Amazon Event Bridge
    • AWS Simple Notification Service (SNS)
    • AWS Simple Work Flow (SWF)
    • AWS Lambda
    • AWS Serverless Application Model
    • Send an email through AWS SES
    • Send notification through SNS
    • Send an e-mail through Lambda when an object is added to S3
    • Send notification through Lambda when a message is sent to SQS
  • Configuration Management and Automation
  • Learning Objective: This module helps you gain knowledge on various AWS services and tools used for configuration management and Automation.

    • Infrastructure as Code
    • CloudFormation and its components
    • Templates in CloudFormation
    • Stack in CloudFormation
    • Resource deletion policies in CloudFormation
    • Introduction to AWS OpsWorks
    • AWS OpsWorks services
    • Components of AWS OpsWorks Stack
    • OpsWorks Lifecycle Events and Deployment Commands
    • OpsWorks for Chef Automate
    • AWS OpsWorks for Puppet Enterprise
    • Auto Healing
    • Elastic Beanstalk
    • Components of Elastic Beanstalk
    • Beanstalk v/s OpsWorks v/s CloudFormation
    • Installation of LAMP server in EC2 through CloudFormation
    • AWS OpsWorks Stack
    • Deploy a Web Application with DynamoDB using Beanstalk
  • AWS Architectural Designs – I
  • Learning Objective: This module gives you an idea of the importance of AWS guidelines for the Well-Architected Framework. You will also learn about Resilient and Performant architecture designs.

    • AWS Well-Architected Framework
    • How to Build a Well-Architected Framework
    • Pillars of AWS Well-Architected Framework
    • Basics of Resilient Architecture
    • Disaster Recovery (DR)
    • Options to Implement DR Plans
    • Basics of Performant Architecture
  • AWS Architectural Designs – II (Self-Paced)
  • Learning Objective: Adding to Module 10, this module covers the remaining concepts behind AWS Well-Architected Framework – Securing Applications and Architectures.

    • Well-Architected Framework
    • Specify Secure Applications and Architectures
    • Determine how to secure application tiers
    • Determine how to secure data
    • Define networking infrastructure for a single VPC application
    • Design Cost-Optimized Architectures
    • Determine how to design cost-optimized storage
    • Determine how to design cost-optimized compute
  • AWS Certified Solutions Architect Certification Exam Questionnaires (Self-Paced)
  • Learning Objective: This module mainly contains exam questionnaires that will be discussed along with the guidance on taking up AWS Solution Architect Certification Exam.

    • AWS Solution Architect Certification Exam Guide
    • Certification Exam Questionnaires
  • DevOps on Cloud (Additional Content)
  • Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn how to implement DevOps tools using AWS.

    • Overview of DevOps
    • Lifecycle
    • Stages in DevOps
    • AWS CodeCommit
    • AWS CodePipeline
    • AWS Code Deploy
    • Implement AWS CodeCommit
    • Implement AWS CodePipeline


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