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Course Overview

As part of AWS Administration, we are covering both AWS Certified Solutions Architect (CSA) & amp; AWS Certified SysOps Administrator

AWS Certified Solutions Architect (CSA) – Amazon Web Services (AWS) Certification is fast becoming the must have certificates for any IT professional working with AWS. This course is designed to help you pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect (CSA) – Associate Exam. Even if you have never logged in to the AWS platform before, by the end of our AWS training you will be able to take the CSA exam. No programming knowledge needed and no prior AWS experience required. You will be in high demand by many employers and you can command a superior salary.

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate Level certification is geared towards system administrators who are tasked with managing or building applications on the cloud. After taking this course, you will gain experience in provisioning and building full scale production environments. The focus will be on technical details associated with environments such as backup strategies and best practices, EBS performance and best practices, and more. Not only does this course teach you the concepts needed for the certification, but it also prepares you for real-world scenarios on topics like scalability and high availability, cost optimization, performance optimization, failover strategies and implementations, as well as migrating

Course Contents

MODULE#1 – Introduction to Cloud Computing

1.1 - Understanding Computing Concepts
1.2 - Challenges with Distributed Computing
1.3 - Introduction to Cloud Computing
1.4 - Challenges in onsite datacenter
1.5 - Why Cloud Computing
1.6 - Benefits of Cloud Computing
1.7 - Cloud Computing Models(Private, Public & Hybrid)
1.8 - Software as a Service(SAAS)
1.9 - Platform as Service(PAAS
1.10 - Infrastructure as Service(IAAS)

MODULE#2 – Introduction to AWS

2.1 - What is AWS?
2.2 - Why we go for AWS?
2.3 - History of AWS and Services of AWS
2.4 - Understanding the regions
2.5 - Understanding Available zones(AZ's)
2.6 - Understanding the edge locations
2.7 - Introduction to the AWS products & Services
2.8 - Understanding the market place
2.9 - Understanding the various components of AWS
2.10 - Understanding the AWS Certification path

MODULE#3 – Elastic Compute Cloud Essentials(EC2)

3.1 - Introduction to the AWS Management Console
3.2 - Regions and Availability Zones - How to choose the right one
3.3 - Amazon Machine Images (AMI)
3.4 - Finding the right AMI
3.5 - Launching an instance(Linux & Win) - How to choose the right instance type
3.6 - Security via Key Pairs
3.7 - Working with the Security Group
3.8 - Assigning Elastic IPs
3.9 - Logging into the instance
3.10 - Hands-on-Lab on EC2

MODULE#4 – EC2 Instances and operations

4.1 - Use standard AWS infrastructure features such as Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC),
4.2 - Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2),
4.3 - Creating and accessing both Windows & Linux Servers from console and Command Line Interface (CLI)
4.4 - Build functioning virtual private networks with Amazon VPC from the ground up using the AWS
4.5 - Deploy Amazon EC2 instances using command line calls
4.6 - Monitor the health of Amazon EC2 instances and other AWS services
4.7 - Manage user identity, AWS permissions, and security in the cloud
4.8 - Manage resource conumption in an AWS account using an Amazon Cloud Watch and Trusted Advisor
4.9 - Select and implement the best strategy for creating reusable Amazon EC2 instances
4.10 - Configure an EC2 Server that launch behind a load balancer, with the system scaling up and down
4.11 - Edit and troubleshoot a basic AWS Cloud Formation stack definition
4.12 - Deciding between On-demand instances, Spot instances & Reserved instances
4.13 - EC2 Reserved Instance Marketplace
4.14 - Troubleshoot the most common problems with instances
4.15 - Hands-on-Lab on EC2 Operations

MODULE#5 – Working with AMIs

5.1 - Understanding Amazon Machine Image (IAM)
5.2 - Choosing the right AMI
5.3 - Creating your own AMI
5.4 - Deciding what goes into an AMI
5.5 - Migrating OS across the regions through AMI
5.6 - Hands-on-Lab on AMI

MODULE#6 – Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)

6.1 - Creating and deleting volumes
6.2 - Attaching and detaching volumes
6.3 - Mounting and Unmounting the attached volume
6.4 - Creating snapshots and managing snapshots
6.5 - Recovering the volumes with snapshot
6.6 - Migrating volumes from one region to another region
6.7 - Hands-on-Lab on EBS

MODULE#7 – Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

7.1 - Creating a load balancer
7.2 - Internal Load balancer
7.3 - External Load balancer
7.4 - Load balancing protocols
7.5 - Security groups for the load balancer
7.6 - Configure health check for the load balancer
7.7 - Adding multiple instance to the load balancer
7.8 - Cross-zone load balancing
7.9 - Connection Draining
7.10 - Hands-on-Lab on ELB

MODULE#8 – Auto Scaling

8.1 - What is auto scaling?
8.2 - Auto scaling components
8.3 - Benefits of auto scaling
8.4 - Creation of launch configuration
8.5 - Configuration of auto scaling policies based on the Load on EC2 instances.
8.6 - Advantages of using Auto scaling
8.7 - Hands-on-Lab on Auto scaling

MODULE#9 – Identity and access management (IAM)

9.1 - Understanding IAM in AWS
9.2 - Creating and managing user accounts in AWS
9.3 - Creating and managing Groups in IAM
9.4 - Creating and assigning roles in IAM
9.5 - Delegation of permissions for users
9.6 - Creation of custom policies for delegation
9.7 - Setting up multi factor Authentication (MFA)
9.8 - Managing Account settings
9.9 - Understanding report and generating Credential Report
9.10 - Hands-on-Lab on IAM

MODULE#10 – Simple Storage Service (S3)

10.1 - Creating and managing S3 buckets
10.2 - Managing  objects in the S3 buckets
10.3 - Managing AWS S3 with Command Line Interface (CLI)
10.4 - Creation of a static website using S3 storage
10.5 - Uses of S3 storage
10.6 - Working with Permissions of S3.
10.7 - Discussing lifecycles in s3
10.8 - Deploying website on S3 storage
10.9 - Accessing S3 storage via Tools( s3 Browser & Cloud berry)
10.10 - Hands-on-Lab on S3

MODULE#11 – Amazon Glacier Storage

11.1 - Creating Vaults
11.2 -  Accessing the Glacier vault using tools
11.3 - Using Glacier for backups
11.4 - Retrieval period
11.5 -  Hands-on-Lab on Glacier

MODULE#12 – AWS Networking(VPC)

12.1 - Understanding network components in AWS
12.2 - VPC Essentials
12.3 - Building A Non-Default VPC
12.4 - VPC Networking & Security
12.5 - Configuring A NAT Instance
12.6 - DB Subnet Groups
12.7 - ACL & Security Groups
12.8 - Elastic IP Addresses And Elastic Network Interfaces
12.9 -Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues
12.10 - Hands-on-Lab on VPC

MODULE#13 – Relational Database Service

13.1 - Understanding db operations in AWS
13.2 - Selecting the Engine
13.3 -  Configuring the Database Engine
13.4 - Creating your Database
13.5 - Setting up automatic backups
13.6 - Authorizing access to the DB via DB Security Groups
13.7 - Hands-on-Lab on Database on AWS

MODULE#14 – Clouds Watch

14.1 - Debugging cloud related issues
14.2 - Monitoring the AWS Service Health Dashboard
14.3 - Monitoring with Cloud watch
14.4 - Getting statistics for a specific EC2 instance
14.5 - Getting aggregated statistics
14.6 - Metrics for other AWS Services and related namespaces
14.7 - Setting up notifications
14.8 -  Use Cloud Watch To Monitor An Instance Dedicated To Monitoring
14.9 - Monitoring The Elastic Load Balancer For Performance And Availability
14.10 -Hands-on-Lab on Cloud Watch

MODULE#15 - Simple Notification Service (SNS)

15.1 - Understanding SNS
15.2 - Understanding TOPIC
15.3 - Creating and managing TOPIC
15.4 - Publish to a TOPIC
15.5 - Configuring the scbscriptions
15.6 - Configuring and managind alerts to various Services
15.7 - Sending messages to Mobile
15.8 - Configuring SNS to send the messages to HTTP/HTTPS
15.9 - Integrating SNS with Cloud watch and monitoring the alerts
15.10 -Hands-On-Lab On Simple Notification Service(SNS)

MODULE#16 -Simple Queue Service (SQS)

16.1 -  Creation of a queue
16.2 - Sending messages to the queue
16.3 - Setting SNS to SQS
16.4 -Retrieving messages from SQS
16.5 - Hands-on-Lab on SQS

MODULE#17 - AWS Cloud Formation

17.1 - Understanding the AWS cloud formation
17.2 - Understanding Stack in AWS
17.3 - Building AWS infrastructure as a code
17.4 - Utilization of Sample templates
17.5 - Managing the stack in S3
17.6 - Building EC2 Instance with Cloud formation
17.7 - Introduction to JSON
17.8 - Troubleshooting issue from cloud formation
17.9 - Hands-on-Lab on Cloud formation
17.10 -Hands-on projects execution with two Projects using AWS

MODULE#18 - Server Migration

18.1 - Migration of Physical Server to

18.2 - Configuring the server migration connector

18.3 - Network configuration for Connector

18.4 - Migrationg the VM Server from VMWare to AWS.

18.5 - Replicating VMs using the CLI

18.6 - Updating the Connector

18.7 - Re-Register the Connector

18.8 - Demo on migration

18.9 - Troubleshooting

18.10 - Hands On Lab on Server Migration

MODULE#19 – Hands On Projects

19.1 -AWS Server Migration (Between Regions)

19.2 -On premisis Physical Server Migration

19.3 - Onpremisis VMWare Server Migration

19.4 - Website Deployment and migration

19.5 - Storage Migration

MODULE#20 – Interview, Exam Preparation

20.1 - Review the whole topics

20.2 - Resume Preparation

20.3 - Interview Q/A

20.4 - Documests Review

20.5 - Contacts Sharing

Course Schedule

CLASS TIME(IST) START DATE END DATE DURATION DAY ENROLL
REGULAR 4:00 PM-5:00 PM 10-July-2017 10-Aug-2017 1 MONTH MON – FRI
WEEKEND 6:30 AM-9:00 AM 22-July-2017 20-Aug-2017 1 MONTH SAT & SUN

Key features

Live online class
In class questions
Review session
Practice assignments

100% practical oriented sessions
Experienced certified faculty
Resume & Interview guidance
Hands-on projects execution

FAQ’s

Mode of Training ?

We conducting the course via live and interactive sessions. This enables you to ask questions and engage in discussions at any point during the class.

What tools do I need to attend the training sessions?

Laptop/Desktop/ipad with Internet and no need of any software and hardware to do the practices.

We will give you live lab setup documentation

What is covered under the 24/7 Support ?

We also have a dedicated team that provides on demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of your course with us.

We will also provide the updated documents,Interview question and access to our online practices exam portal

What if we missed the session ?

We will allow to the next batch, also we will provide the backup sessions and will share the recorded session

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