Why should you learn AWS?
Cloud computing today plays a crucial role in the success of an enterprise, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been the frontrunner in the cloud computing race over the past few years. Enterprises often leverage AWS for an array of cloud services that can be customised to best fit their IT environment. This large list of services and solutions include application hosting, web hosting, analytics, big data storage, disaster recovery, backup, and customized projects for Internet of Things among many other. The reputed players like Netflix, Reddit, Expedia, Aircel, Airbnb and even NASA run their applications on Amazon Web Services and the steep rise in the adoption of the AWS cloud infrastructure has opened doors for a lot of career opportunities.
AWS Architect training helps learners to get thorough understanding of AWS architecture and enhance the AWS infrastructure using various AWS services and solutions to ensure lower investment, enhanced performance and efficiency.
Upon completing this course learners will have an insight into key AWS concepts, including cloud and big data architectures, an overview of AWS tools and platforms, and the application of these concepts using standard industry tools and products.
Learners will understand the fundamentals of building IT infrastructure on the AWS platform.
Learners will be able to optimize the AWS Cloud by having a thorough understanding of Cloud-based solutions and how AWS services align to it.
Understand best practices and design patterns to architect optimal IT solutions on AWS.
Learning AWS at ERP Bytes
ERP Bytes AWS Architect course is designed to give you competitive edge in the ever-evolving IT job market. The intensive 46+ hour training program will provide learners with an in-depth knowledge of the AWS architecture, and explore various applications, tools and trends to leverage AWS managed services to enable greater flexibility and resiliency in an infrastructure. Master one of the most in-demand skills with industry experts and practice working on outcome-oriented, industry grade projects on cloud labs.
WHO SHOULD STUDY AWS CLOUD COMPUTING?
This course is specially designed for tech-savvy individuals seeking interest in AWS Cloud Computing. It is suitable for professionals who want to pursue a career in cloud computing or develop cloud Applications using AWS. The course is also recommended for technical individuals looking for exposure in AWS. This course will give an edge in the learning process to students and individuals, who wish to understand the AWS offerings and prepare for AWS exam.
DETAILED CURRICULUM : MODULES
INTRODUCTION TO CLOUD COMPUTING
Introduction to Cloud Computing, Why Cloud Computing?, Benets of Cloud Computing
TYPES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, Community Cloud, Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service, Horizontal vs. Vertical Scaling
CLOUD COMPUTING ISSUES
Security, Costing Model, Service Level Agreement (SLA), Cloud Interoperability Issue, What to migrate?, Legal and compliance
What is virtualization?, Virtualization and Cloud Computing, Types of virtualization, Virtualization terminologies, Hypervisor, Benets, Vendors
AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)
Introduction to AWS, Elastic computing, Introduction to the AWS products, Regions and Availability Zones, Signing up for AWS, AWS Free usage tier, Introduction AWS management console
Understanding AMI, Launching your rst AWS instance, On-demand Instance pricing, Reserved Instance pricing, Spot instance pricing, Setting up security, Security groups, Choosing the AMI, Creating a new AMI, Public and Private IP’s, Deploying a new instance from the created AMI, Key Pairs, Elastic IP’s, ELB (Elastic Load Balancer)
EBS (ELASTIC BLOCK STORAGE)
Create EBS volumes, Delete EBS Volumes, Attach and detach EBS volumes, Mounting and un-mounting EBS volume, Creating and deleting snapshots, Creating volumes from snapshots
Cloudwatch dashboard, Conguring Monitoring services, Setting thresholds, Conguring actions, Creating a cloudwatch alarm, Getting statistics for ec2 instances, Monitoring other AWS services, Conguring Notications, Integrating cloudwatch with Auto scaling
SIMPLE NOTIFICATION SERVICE (SNS)
What is SNS?, Creating a topic, Create subscription, Subscribed to the subscription
DETAILED CURRICULUM : MODULES
Boot strapping, Create a launch conguration, Create an Auto Scaling group, Create a policy for your Auto Scaling group, Set up an auto-scaled, load-balanced Amazon EC2 application
IDENTITY ACCESS MANAGEMENT (IAM)
Creating Users and Groups, Applying policies, Password Policy, Roles, Command line management
Creating environment , Application versioning, Deploying a sample app
S3 (SIMPLE STORAGE SERVICE)
What is S3?, RRS (Reduced Redundancy storage), S3 durability and redundancy, S3 Buckets, S3 Uploading Downloading, S3 Permissions, S3 Object Versioning, S3 Lifecycle Policies
Route53, Creating zones, Hosting a website, Understanding routing policies, Weighted simple and failover policies
RELATIONAL DATABASE SERVICE (RDS)
Selecting the Database type, Conguring the database, Creating database, Conguring backups, Conguring the maintenance windows, Connecting to the database
What is cloud formation?, Deploying template, Create Stack, Delete Stack, Provisioning application resources with Cloud Formation
Use of cloud-front, Creating a cloud-front distribution, Hosting a website of cloud-front distribution, Implementing restrictions, Conguring origins and behaviors
AMAZON VIRTUAL PRIVATE CLOUD (VPC)
What is VPC?, VPC conguration, VPC security, Elastic IP’s, Inbound and outbound ACL’s
AWS TROUBLESHOOTING: Troubleshooting EC2 instances, Troubleshooting using Cloud Watch, Troubleshooting using ELB, Using Cloud Trail