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Aws Certified Solution Architect Associate Prep




Amazon AWS Online Institute


Working Professionals and Freshers


Regular Offline and Online Live Training


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

Fast Track and Regular 60 Days

Amazon AWS Objectives

•Build and deploy web applications Amazon AWS.
•Learn how to use advanced Amazon AWS functions.
•Learn how to integrate and customize Amazon AWS code.
•How to handle Amazon AWS script and code in apps.
•Learn about Amazon AWS in a step by step approach
•Learn Amazon AWSat a minimal cost and enjoy the instructor support.
•Students will learn the core concept of making Real Life Project
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aws certified solution architect associate prep Course Features

•Get job-ready for an in-demand career
•Get Training from Certified Professionals
• Helps you stand out in a competitive market
•Online Training with 100% placement assistance
•We hire Top Technical Trainers for Quality Sessions
•Project manager can be assigned to track candidates’ performance
•Affordable fee structure to help as many students strive career in IT industry
•We help the students in building the resume boost their knowledge by providing useful Interview tips

Who are eligible for Amazon AWS

•Cms, Ecm, Documentum, Java, J2ee, Sap, Ui Development, Software Testing, Project Management, Cloud Computing, Oracle, Oracle E-business Suite, Bpm, Wcm
•embedded platform software engineers, embedded multimedia developer, Middleware Developers, Android Middleware, device driver developers, c, c++, linux
•Javascript, Mysql, Hybrid Developer, Html5, Css3, Php, WordPress, WordPress Cms, Html, Css, Business Development, Sales, Email Marketing, Lead
•Qa Testers / Developers, Full Stack Developers – Backend / Frontend, Power Bi, Market Intelligence
•Software Engineer, Software Developer, Business Analyst, manager, Delivery Manager, Team Lead, .Net Framework, Java Framework, Mobile Application Development


Important Course Aspects
•IT Knowledge
•Creating a Free tier account
•Basic Infrastructure Design
•Global Infrastructure
•Networking – IP Addressing
•Networking – CIDR
•Networking – Routing
•VPC and Subnets
•Availability Zones
•Components of a VPC
•Lab 1.1 – Default VPC
•Elastic Compute Cloud
•Lab 1.2 – Building an EC2 Instance
•Lab 1.3 – Logging into your Instance
•Lab 1.4 – Connecting to an EC2 Instance
•Lab 1.5 – Working with EC2
•Instance Types
•Lab 1.7 – Upgrading the Instance Type
•Lab 1.8 – Elastic Network Interface
•Security Groups
•Lab 1.9 – Security Groups
•Network Access Control Lists
•Lab 1.10 – Network Access Control Lists
•Lab 1.11 – Communication between EC2 Instances
•Lab 1.12 – Creating your own Custom VPC
•Private and Public Subnets
•Lab 1.13 – Adding a private subnet to a VPC
•Bastion Hosts
•Lab 1.14 – Bastion Hosts
•Network Address Translation
•Lab 1.15 – Working with a NAT Instance
•Lab 1.16 – NAT gateway
•VPC Peering
•Lab 1.17 – VPC peering
•Hybrid Connections
•EC2 Pricing Models
•Well Architected Framework
•Fault tolerance and high availability
•EC2 – High Availability and Fault tolerance
•Building your own Amazon Machine Image
•Disaster Recovery
•Data Storage –
•Introduction to Storage
•Volume Operations
•EBS Volume Types
•Lab 2.1 – EBS Volumes
•Encryption at REST – EBS Volumes
•Lab 2.2 – EBS Snapshots
•Lab 2.3 – Simple Storage Service
•Lab 2.4 – Features of the Simple Storage Service
•Simple Storage Service – Key Value Concept
•Simple Storage Service – Consistency
•Lab 2.5 – Simple Storage Service – Web site hosting
•Lab 2.6 – Simple Storage Service – Pre-Signed URL’s
•Lab 2.7 – Amazon Glacier and LifeCycle policies
•Simple Storage Service and EBS Volumes – Use Case
•Lab 2.8 – Elastic File System
•Well Architected Framework – EBS Volumes
•Well Architected Framework – Simple Storage Service
•Relational Database Service
•Lab 3.1 – Relational Database Service
•Relational Database Service – Multi-AZ
•Relational Database Service – Read Replica
•Lab 3.2 – Modifying your database instance
•Lab 3.3 – Connecting EC2 to RDS
•Lab 3.4 – DynamoDB
•DynamoDB Design Considerations
•Lab 3.5 – DynamoDB Throughput consumption
•Amazon Aurora
•Lab 3.6 – Amazon Aurora
•AWS Services –
•Lab 4.1 – Cloudwatch
•Types of Load Balancers
•Elastic Load Balancer – Working
•Lab 4.2 – Elastic Load Balancer
•Lab 4.3 – Autoscaling
•Route 53 –
•Route 53 – Routing Policies
•Elastic File System
•Lab 4.4 – Route 53 – Simple Routing Policy
•Lab 4.5 – Route 53 – Failover Routing Policy
•Lab 4.6 – Route 53 – Weighted Routing Policies
•Lab 4.7 – Route 53 – ALIAS Records
•Lab 4.8 – Simple Queue Service
•Lab 4.9 – Simple Notification Service
•AWS Cloudfront
•Lab 4.10 – Cloudfront
•Lab 5.1 – VPC Endpoints
•Lab 5.2 – Cloudformation
•Elastic Beanstalk
•Lab 5.3 – Elastic Beanstalk
•Serverless Architecture
•Lab 5.4 – AWS Lambda
•Containers – Primer
•Lab 5.5 – Elastic Container Service
•API Gateway Service
•Lab 5.6 – API Gateway Service
•Lab 5.7 – API gateway , Lambda and DynamoDB
•Monitoring and Security
•Authentication and Authorization
•IAM Policies
•Lab 6.4 – IAM Policies
•Lab 6.5 – Bucket Policies
•IAM Roles
•Lab 6.6 – IAM Roles
•Lab 6.7 – AWS Organizations
•AWS Cognito
•Lab 6.8 – Cloudtrail
•Encryption Revisited
•Lab 6.9 – Key Management Service
•Lab 6.10 – AWS Key Management Service and Simple Storage Service
•Lab 6.11 – VPC Flow Logs
•Lab 6.12 – AWS Config
•Data Analytics
•AWS Kinesis
•Lab 7.1 – AWS Kinesis Data Streams
•AWS Redshift
•Lab 7.2 – AWS Redshift
•AWS Athena
•AWS QuickSight
•Lab 7.3 – Data Pipeline service
•Storage – – Simple Storage Service and Glacier
•Storage – – EBS Volumes
•Storage – – Databases
•AWS Compute
•Multi-Tier Applications
•Elasticity and Scalability
•General Security Purposes
•Security for the VPC
•Security – Network Address Translation
•Security – Encryption
•Operational Excellence
•Performance for services
•Self Confidence
•Sample Practice Test