AWS SysOps Administrator Certification Bootcamp (Associate Level) (AWS-CT003AC)

This course was developed by CloudThat, and it is a four-day hands-on course on Amazon Web Services (AWS), to delve deeply into deploying, operating and managing scalable systems on AWS infrastructure using services like VPC, CloudFront, IAM and CloudFormation.This course will also empower you to take the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator exam.

Objectives
To attain a deep knowledge of AWS infrastructure and deployment on AWS.
To attain skills to clear the AWS Certification Exam. More info about the certification here.

Who Should Attend
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.

Prerequisites
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.
Mostrar detalhes
Course Outline
Day 1
  • Fundamentals of Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Amazon S3
  • Hands-on: S3 Lab; Creating Buckets, objects, and managing access control
  • Amazon EC2
  • Hands-on: Hosting an Application on EC2
 
Day 2
  • Amazon Relational Database Services (RDS)
  • Hands-on: Deploying and scaling and application using RDS
  • Amazon Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)
  • Hands-on: Scaling the Application using Amazon ELB
  • Amazon CloudWatch
  • Auto-Scaling
  • Use Case Study and Lab: Deploying an auto-scaling app on the cloud using auto-scaling, EC2, RDS, ELB

Day 3
  • Amazon VPC
  • Hands-on: Hosting secure applications using public and private subnets
  • Identity & Access Management (IAM)
  • Hands-on: Generating groups, users, access policies and control
  • CloudFront
  • Hands-on: Setup CloudFront CDN for an Application
  • Route 53
  • Hands-on: Moving an existing domain name to Route53 and configuring multi-location Routing

Day 4
  • Cloud Formation
  • Hands-on: Generating and Deploying Cloud Formation Templates
  • AWS Frequently Used Design Patterns