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AWS Solution Architect - Associate Level Training

AWS Solution Architect- Associate Level training immerses the candidates in the detailed knowledge and hands-on practice on designing distributed applications and systems on the AWS platform. The training from an industry expert will impart the knowledge and skills to design and deploy scalable, reliable, and highly secure systems on AWS (Amazon Web Services). Launching, managing clusters along with data backup and restore process and techniques are also covered under this training program. Aspirants will learn different AWS products including VPC, ElastiCache (EC), Glacier, IAM, Route 53, Simple Storage Service (S3), Auto Scaling, Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), CloudFront, Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), EBS, and Relational Database Service (RDS).

Course Duration :- 40 hours


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Video Lessons

Modules / Levels

1. Amazon VPC

What is Amazon VPC?

How to Get Started with Amazon VPC

Create New VPC

Launch an instance (Server) to use this VPC

Security in Your VPC

Networking in Your VPC

Route Tables

Internet Gateways

VPC Peering

2. Amazon ElastiCache

What Is Amazon ElastiCache?

Getting Started (Launch a Cluster )

ElastiCache Terminology and Concepts

Backup and Restore

Clusters Explanation ( Memcached and Redis )

CloudWatch Metrics with ElastiCache

DNS names & underlying IP

3. Amazon Glacier

What Is Amazon Glacier?

Getting Started

Working with Archives

Access Control

4. Amazon IAM

What Is IAM?

Security Credentials

Getting Started

How Users Sign In to Your Account

Best Practices and Use Cases

Adding a User

Listing Users

Renaming a User

Deleting a User

Creating Groups

Adding and Removing Users in a Group

Listing Groups

Renaming a Group

Deleting a Group

Roles (Delegation and Federation)

Managing Server Certificates

5. Amazon Route 53

What Is Amazon Route 53?

DNS Constraints and Behaviors

Getting Started

Configuring Amazon Route 53 as Your DNS Service

Registering a Domain Name and Configuring Amazon Route 53 as the DNS Service

6. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)

What Is Amazon S3?

Overview of Amazon S3 and This Guide

Advantages to Amazon S3

Amazon S3 Concepts



Access Control


Deleting Objects

Restoring Objects

Managing Access

Protecting Data

Hosting a Static Website


7. Amazon Auto Scaling

What is Auto Scaling?

Auto Scaling Benefits

How Auto Scaling Works

Setting Up

Planning your Auto Scaling Group

Controlling Access to Your Auto Scaling Resources

Creating Launch Configurations

Creating Your Auto Scaling Groups

Controlling instances

Tagging instances

8. Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB)

What Is Elastic Load Balancing?

How Elastic Load Balancing Works


Create a Basic Load Balancer

Listener Configurations

9. Amazon CloudFront

What Is Amazon CloudFront?

How CloudFront Delivers Content

Getting Started

Working with Distributions

Working with Web Distributions

Working with RTMP Distributions

Working with Objects

Request and Response Behavior

Serving Private Content through CloudFront

Using an HTTPS Connection to Access Your Objects

10. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

What Is Amazon EC2?

Regions and Availability Zones

Root Device Volume

Getting Started

Amazon Machine Images


On demand Instances

Spot Instances

Reserved Instances

Importing and Exporting Instances


Network and Security

Security Groups

Controlling Access

Instance IP Addressing

Elastic IP Addresses

Elastic Network Interfaces

Resources and Tags

Stop, start, restart, terminate Your Instance

11. Amazon EBS

Amazon EBS

Features of Amazon EBS

EBS Volumes

EBS Snapshots

EBS Encryption

EBS Performance

Instance Store

Instance Store Usage Scenarios

Adding Instance Store Volumes to an AMI

12. Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

What Is Amazon RDS?

Amazon RDS Components

Getting Started

DB Instances

Back Up and Restore

DB Instance Replication

Security: Using IAM to Manage Access to Amazon RDS Resources

Amazon RDS Security Groups


Managing MySql Database server

Deleting a DB Instance

Rebooting a DB Instance

Working with Reserved DB Instances


Database Log Files

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