Architecting on AWS (A-AWS)

The Architecting on AWS course will enable you to design scalable, elastic, secure, and highly available applications on AWS. In this course, we cover architecture patterns for common solutions running on AWS, including Web Applications, Batch Processing, and hosting internal IT Applications.

Prerequisites: 
We recommend that delegates attending this course should have the following: 
  • Attended AWS Essentials or have equivalent experience 
  • Working knowledge of distributed systems 
  • Familiarity with general networking concepts 
  • Working knowledge of multi-tier architectures 
  • Familiarity with cloud computing concepts

Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for: 
  • Individuals who are responsible for designing cloud infrastructure and reference architectures 
  • Systems Engineers and Developers who are responsible for designing and implementing architectures on AWS

Training Course Overview/Content:
Day 1 
  • Knowledge Check 
  • Architecting in the Cloud 
  • Security and Compliance 
  • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) 
  • Identity, Authorization, and Authentication 

Day 2 
  • Overview of Services for Web Applications 
  • Elasticity, Scalability, and Bootstrapping 
  • Data Storage Scaling 
  • Applied Concepts: Web Application Architecture 

Day 3 
  • Overview of Application Services 
  • Applied Concepts: Batch Processing Reference Architecture 
  • Designing for Cost 
  • Disaster Recovery and High Availability 
  • Migrating Applications to the AWS Cloud 

This course is designed to teach you how to: 
  • Employ architecture patterns for common solutions on AWS: Web Applications, Batch Processing, and hosting internal IT Applications 
  • Leverage design components and capabilities for scalability and elasticity and high availability 
  • Design for security, authentication, and authorization with AWS 
  • Identify migration paths to the cloud 
  • Design for cost optimization 
Note: course outline may vary slightly based on the regional location and/or language in which the class is delivered.