Best AWS Certification Courses

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Ultimate AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate 2021

Pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Certification SAA-C02. Complete Amazon Web Services Cloud training!

Created by Stephane Maarek | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,Solutions Architect,Developer - Best Selling Instructor, Kafka Guru, 9x AWS Certified

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Students: 348694, Price: $89.99

Students: 348694, Price:  Paid

Welcome! I'm here to help you prepare and PASS the newest AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate exam.

[April 2021 Update]: Over 100 videos have been refreshed/added to keep up with the AWS UI changes and exam changes

[Dec 2020 Update]: The S3 section has been entirely re-recorded to accommodate for the AWS UI changes

[May 2020 Update]: 20+ videos have been updated to keep up with AWS UI changes.

[February 2020 Update - SAA-C02]: The course has been updated for the NEW 2020 exam version. Overall, 80 videos have been added or updated, and the course is now 22 hours long. Happy learning!

[July 2019 Update]: Few lectures refreshed, including AWS Budgets and EC2 placement groups.

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Beginners welcome: no need to know anything about AWS!

The AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate certification is one of the most challenging exams. It's great at assessing how well you understand not just AWS, but making sure you are making the best architectural decisions based on situations, which makes this certification incredibly valuable to have and pass. Rest assured, I've passed it myself with a score of 982 out of 1000. Yes, you read that right, I only made one mistake! Next, I want to help YOU pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate certification with flying colors.

This is going to be a long journey, but passing the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate exam will be worth it!

This AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate course is different from the other ones you'll find on Udemy. Dare I say, better (but you'll judge!)

  • We will spend over three hours discussing solution architecture on AWS in depth. 

  • It covers in-depth all the new topics on the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate SAA-C02 exam

  • It's packed with practical knowledge on how to use AWS inside and out as a solutions architect

  • It teaches you how to prepare for the AWS exam AND how to prepare for the real world

  • It's a logical progression of topics, not a laundry list of random services

  • It's fast-paced and to the point

  • It has professional subtitles

  • All 500+ slides available as downloadable PDF

Concretely, here's what we'll learn to pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate exam:

  • The AWS Fundamentals: IAM, EC2, Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, EBS, EFS, Route 53, RDS, ElastiCache, S3, CloudFront

  • The AWS CLI: CLI setup, usage on EC2, best practices, SDK, advanced usage

  • In-Depth Database comparison: RDS, Aurora, DynamoDB, Neptune, ElastiCache, Redshift, ElasticSearch, Athena

  • Monitoring, Troubleshooting & Audit: AWS CloudWatch, CloudTrail

  • AWS Integration & Messaging: SQS, SNS, Kinesis

  • AWS Serverless: AWS Lambda, DynamoDB, API Gateway, Cognito

  • AWS Security best practices: KMS, SSM Parameter Store, IAM Policies

  • VPC & Networking in depth

  • AWS Other Services Overview: CICD (CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodePipeline, CodeDeploy), CloudFormation, ECS, Step Functions, SWF, EMR, Glue, OpsWorks, ElasticTranscoder, AWS Organizations, Workspaces, AppSync, Single Sign On (SSO)

  • Tips to ROCK the exam

This AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate course is full of opportunities to apply your knowledge:

  • There are many hands-on lectures in every section

  • There are quizzes at the end of every section

  • There's an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate practice exam at the end of the course

  • We'll be using the AWS Free Tier most of the time

  • I'll be showing you how to go beyond the AWS Free Tier (you know... the real world!)

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Instructor

My name is Stephane Maarek, and I'll be your instructor in this course. I am an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, AWS Certified Developer, and AWS Certified SysOps, and the author of highly-rated & best-selling courses on AWS Lambda, AWS CloudFormation & AWS EC2. I've already taught 500,000+ students and received 100,000+ reviews.

I've decided it's time for students to properly learn how to be an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate. You are in good hands!

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This course also comes with:

  • Lifetime access to all future updates

  • A responsive instructor in the Q&A Section

  • Udemy Certificate of Completion Ready for Download

  • A 30 Day "No Questions Asked" Money Back Guarantee!

Join me in this course if you want to pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam and master the AWS platform!

Amazon Web Services (AWS) – Zero to Hero

Beginners, Zero to Hero. AWS EC2 web server, NodeJS Server, AWS RDS database server, S3, SES & CloudWatch. FREE

Created by BackSpace Academy - The fastest route to cloud certification.

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Students: 147755, Price: Free

Students: 147755, Price:  Free

A high paced hands on course on AWS. Complete with in depth professional course notes.

Subtitles for 24 languages.

Learn how to do common tasks:

  • Create an AWS EC2 WordPress Web server;

  • Launch and connect to an AWS RDS relational database server;

  • Create a highly available and fault tolerant back-end for NodeJS applications with AWS Elastic Beanstalk;

  • Store and retrieve files from AWS S3;

  • Send email with AWS SES;

  • Create Alarms with AWS CloudWatch; and

  • Use the AWS Command Line Interface.

This is the first section of our popular AWS Certified Associate course.

Cloud Computing With Amazon Web Services

A beginner's guide to learn Cloud Computing with AWS

Created by Karan Brar - Cloud Prodigy Inc

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Students: 128681, Price: Free

Students: 128681, Price:  Free

UPDATE  June 2020 - Checkout Bonus Lecture "Learn AWS CDK using Python"

This course is a beginner's guide on Cloud Computing using AWS. In this course, I will be explaining most of the services required to build your infrastructure on the cloud.

It is completely based on practical sessions and focuses primarily on how to configure AWS services in real time.

There will be LIVE sessions at every weekend to brief about lectures covered in this tutorial. I will also answer your questions in LIVE sessions.

I will explain how to:

  • Configure Virtual Servers using Amazon EC2

  • Setup Storage using S3 and EBS

  • Configure monitoring system using Amazon CloudWatch

  • Configure CDN - Content Delivery Network using Amazon CloudFront

  • Bulk email solution using Amazon SES

  • Configure database using Amazon RDS

  • Configure highly available DNS  using Amazon Route53


AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Introduction

Here is the proven approach that will show you how to become an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate in 30 Days

Created by Premraj Jeyaprakash - Specializing in DevOps and CI/CD Automation Frameworks

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Students: 111781, Price: Free

Students: 111781, Price:  Free

Interested in getting AWS certified solutions architect associate, but not sure on how and where to start, this video will help you get certified in 30 days.

This is NOT an AWS Technical or Exam Preparation Course.  Helps you to understand the scope of AWS certification exam, needed domains to pass the exam and where you can find the exam preparation resources.

Irrespective of you being certified or not, AWS skills are going to have skill in today's market. On average AWS solution architect makes $150,000 per year.  AWS certified solutions architect is ranked top among the moneymaking certifications in entire IT world. 

When people came to know that I had completed my AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, I received number of inquiries from my friends and students on how I did it and where I found resources and study materials etc... . So here is this brief course… Get AWS certified solutions architect associate in 30 days? That’s right…. In 30 days! 

This course is must for anyone who wants to get certified in Amazon Web Service solution architect associate exam as it answers key questions:

  • Why do you want to get learn AWS and get certified?
  • Why AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate and what they do?
  • Where to start and find the resources for exam preparation?
  • How to study and prepare in 30 days for the exam?
  • What are the exam objectives and the domains measured?
  • What to expect in your exam including question types?
  • What AWS services you should focus for the exam?

Take advantage of this free course and let me help you to successfully prepare for your certification exam. So, signup now and get started!  I’m looking forward to having you in the course!

Amazon Web Services – Learning and Implementing AWS Solution

Become a Master AWS Developer

Created by Dhruv Bais - Master Programmer and Machine Learning Robot

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Students: 85542, Price: Free

Students: 85542, Price:  Free

Amazon Web Services is the single most revolutionizing phenomenon to implementing IT Infrastructure. Period. AWS turns infrastructure into a service, making provisioning hardware fast, simple, and reliable. Knowing this, many companies are transporting their hardware needs to AWS. 

In order for you to be able to get into this new realm of intense Tech Entrepreneurship, you will need a course to guide your way in AWS. The problem is that most courses are not designed to help you learn by example (immersion is the most potent way of learning in humans). Rather they bathe you with inapplicable information that you have to learn over and over again anyways.

This course is designed to cover the end-to-end implementation of the major components of AWS. I also give you base from which you can launch into advanced topics in AWS. You will be learning Storage, Computation, and Databases in the form of S3, EC2, or RDB.

I have made sure that this journey becomes a fun and learning experience for you as the student. I have architectured this course so that you can learn step by step how AWS works and you can do the activities that I do in the course yourself.

There is no risk for you as a student in this course. I have put together a course that is not only worth your money, but also worth your time. I urge you to join me on this journey to learn how to dominate the IT world with the one of the most popular Infrastrcture Services: AWS

Ultimate AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate 2021

Become an AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate SOA-C02! Learn all Amazon Web Services SysOps certification topic

Created by Stephane Maarek | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,Solutions Architect,Developer - Best Selling Instructor, Kafka Guru, 9x AWS Certified

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Students: 59354, Price: $159.99

Students: 59354, Price:  Paid

Welcome! I'm here to help you prepare and PASS the newest SOA-C02 AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam.

[August 2021 Update]: 200+ videos have been refreshed and added to update the course to exam version SOA-C02

[May 2020 Update]: 50+ videos have been updated to keep up with AWS UI changes.

[July 2019 Update]: Few lectures refreshed, including EC2 placement groups.

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The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate certification is one of the most challenging exams. It's great at assessing how well you understand not just AWS, but how to administer it and troubleshoot issues, which makes this certification incredibly valuable to have and pass. Rest assured, I've passed it myself with a score of 980 out of 1000. Yes, you read that right, I only made one mistake! Next, I want to help YOU pass the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate certification with flying colors.

Important: It is highly advised that you first pass the Developer or Solution Architect certification first.

This is going to be a long journey, but passing the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam will be worth it!

This AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate course is different from the other ones you'll find on Udemy. Dare I say, better (but you'll judge!)

  • It covers in-depth all the new topics on the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate SOA-C02 exam

  • It's packed with practical knowledge on how to use AWS inside and out as a SysOps

  • It teaches you how to prepare for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam AND how to prepare for the real world

  • It's a logical progression of topics, not a laundry list of random services

  • It's fast-paced and to the point

  • It has professional subtitles

  • All 400+ slides available as downloadable PDF

Concretely, here's what we'll learn to pass the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam:

  • EC2 For SysOps: Placement Groups, Shutdown Behavior, Troubleshooting, AMI, CloudWatch Metrics

  • SSM - Systems Manager: Manage EC2 at Scale, Automation, Run Command, Secure Shell, Parameter Store

  • High Availability and Scalability: ELB Load Balancers (SysOps), Auto Scaling (SysOps), CloudWatch Metrics

  • Elastic Beanstalk for SysOps

  • CloudFormation for SysOps: including cfn-init scripts

  • EBS & EFS: Operations, Troubleshooting, CloudWatch metrics, RAID

  • S3 in depth: ALL you need to know about S3: MFA, Default Encryption, Policies, Access Logs, Athena, Glacier, CloudFront, Snowball, Storage Gateway, and more

  • Databases: RDS, Aurora & ElastiCache - Security, Backup, Snapshots, Performance, Metrics, Troubleshooting, Scalability

  • Monitoring, Audit & Performance: CloudWatch, CloudTrail, Config

  • AWS Account Management: Health, Organizations, Billing and Cost Monitoring and Control

  • Security and Compliance: over 10 services

  • Route 53: Practical hands-on guide to using Route 53 in the real world

  • VPC: Complete guide to building fully operational and 2019-ready VPC

  • Tips to ROCK the exam

This AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate course is full of opportunities to apply your knowledge:

  • There are many hands-on lectures in every section

  • There are quizzes at the end of every section

  • There's an AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate practice exam at the end of the course

  • We'll be using the AWS Free Tier most of the time

  • I'll be showing you how to go beyond the AWS Free Tier (you know... the real world!)

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Instructor

My name is Stephane Maarek, and I'll be your instructor in this course. I am an AWS Certified Solutions Architect, Developer, and AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate, and the author of highly-rated & best-selling courses on AWS Certifications, AWS Lambda, AWS CloudFormation & AWS EC2. I've already taught 500,000+ students and received 100,000+ reviews.

I've decided it's time for students to properly learn how to be an AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate. You are in good hands!

Take a look at these student reviews:

5 stars: "Got 93.8% on the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam after taking this course. Highly recommended!" - Vasiliy S.

5 stars: "Best AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate material on Udemy. Detailed explanation and good example. I already bought a few from other sources including acloud guru, but this beats the pack." Olasunkanmi G.

5 stars: "Stephane did it again!!! The course is extremely high quality. The lecturer's rhetorical abilities are extraordinary. He has a lot of practical experience and teaches you what you will need in practice and what is needed to pass the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam. He raised the bar for what it means high-quality course to an absolutely different level." - Marko S.

5 stars: "The slides are worth the cost of the course alone! Over 450 slides and were an awesome last-minute preparation tool I used to identify any gaps I had before taking the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam." - Antonio C.

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This course also comes with:

  • Lifetime access to all future updates

  • A responsive instructor in the Q&A Section

  • Udemy Certificate of Completion Ready for Download

  • A 30 Day "No Questions Asked" Money Back Guarantee!

Join me in this course if you want to pass the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate Exam and master the AWS platform!

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Complete Course NEW 2021

Get your AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification in 20 days! Includes guided hands-on exercises & practice exam

Created by Neal Davis | AWS Certified Solutions Architect & Developer - AWS Solutions Architect & AWS Certified Instructor

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Students: 57134, Price: $94.99

Students: 57134, Price:  Paid

100% UPDATED in MAY 2021: This AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner training course has just been completely updated with 100% new content for May 2021! The course is packed with comprehensive video lessons, hands-on labs, practice exam questions, quizzes and exam-crams! If you are new to Amazon Web Services / Cloud Computing and looking to confidently pass your AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification Exam first time - then this value-packed AWS training course is for you!

HOW THIS COURSE IS DIFFERENT

We have closely aligned this course with the official AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam guide and structured the course so that you can study at a pace that suits you best. We start with some basic background to get everyone up to speed on what cloud computing is and its benefits, before progressing through each knowledge domain.

We are big believers in using practical exercises to improve memory retention and contextualize knowledge, so we have included many hands-on guided practice exercises for those who have the time and desire to build a practical skillset. With this ALL-IN-ONE Udemy AWS cloud practitioner training, you'll be ready to pass the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam first time.

Watch the intro video to learn how this course will fast-track your exam success!

GET CERTIFIED IN 20 DAYS OR LESS

You get a free study guide in PDF format to help you plan your study so you can pass your AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam in 20 days or less! Dedicate around 1 hour every day to studying and you'll be ready to earn your first AWS certification in no time at all.

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Exam Guide (CLF-C01)

We created this course according to the AWS Cloud Practitioner CLF-C01 exam guide to ensure you're learning exactly what you need to know to pass your exam and work as a Cloud Practitioner. The course ensures you have the skills to answer questions from any of the four domains in the exam guide:

Domain 1: Cloud Concepts

1.1 Define the AWS Cloud and its value proposition

1.2 Identify aspects of AWS Cloud economics

1.3 List the different cloud architecture design principles

Domain 2: Security and Compliance

2.1 Define the AWS shared responsibility model

2.2 Define AWS Cloud security and compliance concepts

2.3 Identify AWS access management capabilities

2.4 Identify resources for security support

Domain 3: Technology

3.1 Define methods of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud

3.2 Define the AWS global infrastructure

3.3 Identify the core AWS services

3.4 Identify resources for technology support

Domain 4: Billing and Pricing

4.1 Compare and contrast the various pricing models for AWS

4.2 Recognize the various account structures in relation to AWS billing and pricing

4.3 Identify resources available for billing support

BONUS OFFER - Practice Exam in Training Mode

We are now offering FREE access to the AWS Digital Cloud Training website (registration required with name and email) where you get to access your bonus practice exams in training mode (no time limit). This allows you to check answers after every question (not possible on Udemy) and will help you prepare for the exam.

PREVIEW THIS COURSE

There are many FREE previews so you can see how we teach the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) exam blueprint using a combination of theoretical lectures and guided practical hands-on labs.

WHY THIS ULTIMATE EXAM PREP IS YOUR BEST CHANCE TO MAXIMIZE YOUR EXAM SUCCESS

  • HIGHLY FLEXIBLE COURSE STRUCTURE: We understand that not everyone has the time to go through lengthy lectures. That’s why we give you options to maximize your time efficiency and accommodate different learning styles

  • THEORY LECTURES: You can move quickly through the course focusing on the theory lectures that 100% conform with the CLF-C01 exam blueprint - everything you need to know to pass your exam first attempt

  • GUIDED HANDS-ON EXERCISES: To gain more practical experience with AWS services, you have the option to explore our guided hands-on exercises - just create your own free tier account on AWS and you're good to go!

  • EXAM-CRAM LECTURES: Get through the key exam facts in the shortest time possible with our exam-cram lectures that you’ll find at the end of each section

  • HIGH-QUALITY VISUALS: We've spared no effort to create a highly visual training course with lots of animated diagrams, tables and graphs to illustrate the concepts. All practical exercises are backed by logical diagrams so you can visualize what you're building.

  • 120 QUIZ QUESTIONS: At the end of each section you get to review your knowledge with a total of 120 unique questions that test your understanding and measure your progress

  • FULL-LENGTH PRACTICE TEST: Simulate the real exam with a full-length Practice Test (65 unique practice questions). This practice exam is timed and scored mimicking the real exam environment so you get familiar with the AWS exam format, style and difficulty.

  • BONUS: Take the practice tests in Training Mode (check your answers instantly - no time limit) on the Digital Cloud Training platform

  • DETAILED EXPLANATIONS & REFERENCE LINKS: Every question includes deep-dive reference links and detailed explanations that explain why each answer is correct or incorrect

  • PRESENTED IN A PROFESSIONAL WAY: Your instructor (native speaker) uses clear and easy to understand language and presents the material in a professional way - focused and to the point with professional subtitles

  • ACCESS CODE, SLIDES AND EXAM CRAM PDF: Course slides and diagrams are available to view on SlideShare. Use the Exam Cram PDF download for last-minute exam preparation

  • ALWAYS UP TO DATE: Our teachings reflect the latest CLF-C01 exam blueprint. All students have lifetime access to all future updates

  • RESPONSIVE SUPPORT: Our team of AWS experts comprehensively respond to all of your questions, concerns or feedback

  • ACTIVE Q&A DISCUSSION BOARD: Join the discussion on AWS related topics in our discussion forum where our students share their recent exam experience offering feedback on which topics were covered

  • MOBILE ACCESS: Study on the go and access all resources from your mobile phone - anywhere, anytime

WHAT DO OTHER STUDENTS SAY?

Check out the excellent course reviews from our many students who passed their AWS exam with an average passing score of over 850!

"Best course ever for cloud computing. Takes you from scratch on how to use AWS and its core services."

"This course is the best course that I have come across. I can say it because I have gone through other AWS courses from different authors/vendors. Explained very well and it keeps you engaging."

"Wow, very clear and concise. Love the slides for the visual understanding and the labs for hands-on. I'm feeling confident in understanding how to get started and build an AWS network from the ground up. Thank you!"

BEGINNERS WELCOME

This AWS Cloud Practitioner training course is highly suitable for AWS beginners as we start with the basics of cloud computing and use a process of repetition and incremental learning to build practical skills and theoretical knowledge.

LEARNING METHODOLOGY

We break down the complexity of the topics into easy-to-digest and well-structured sections that are backed by logical diagrams that help you visualise your learnings. Following a simple and step-by-step approach, we'll take you from opening your first AWS Free Tier account through to launching the core AWS services, always sticking to the CLF-C01 exam blueprint. This ensures you're learning practical skills while effectively preparing for your exam. Our method ensures that you retain the knowledge - as repeated practice is the best way to learn and build your cloud skills.

WHAT EXACTLY WILL YOU LEARN?

In this AWS training course, you'll learn the fundamental concepts of cloud computing, what Amazon Web Services (AWS) is and how it can help companies in many different ways. You'll learn about the value proposition of AWS, the core services, pricing models and options, security in the cloud, and much much more.

The course includes the following topics:

Cloud Computing and AWS

  • Traditional IT and Cloud Computing

  • Examples and Benefits of Cloud Computing

  • Types of Cloud Service and Deployment

  • Overview of Amazon Web Services (AWS)

  • The AWS Global Infrastructure

  • The AWS Shared Responsibility Model

  • Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

  • Launching Cloud Services

  • AWS Public and Private Services

  • The 6 Advantages of Cloud Computing

Identity and Access Management (AWS IAM)

  • AWS IAM Overview

  • IAM Users, Groups, Roles, and Policies

  • IAM Authentication and MFA

  • Service Control Policies (SCPs)

  • IAM Best Practices

AWS Compute Services

  • Computing Basics

  • Server Virtualization

  • Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

  • Amazon EC2 User Data and Metadata

  • Accessing Services – Access Keys and IAM Roles

  • AWS Batch

  • Amazon LightSail

  • Docker Containers and Microservices

  • Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS)

AWS Storage Services

  • Block vs File vs Object Storage

  • Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)

  • Amazon EBS Snapshots and DLM

  • EBS vs Instance Store Volumes

  • Amazon Elastic File System (EFS)

  • Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)

  • Amazon S3 Storage Classes

  • S3 Versioning, Replication and Lifecycle Rules

  • Archiving with S3 Glacier

  • AWS Storage Gateway

DNS, Elastic Load Balancing, and Auto Scaling

  • DNS and Amazon Route 53

  • Elasticity: Scaling Up vs Out

  • Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling

  • Load Balancing and High Availability

  • Amazon Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

  • Scaling Policies

Application Services

  • Serverless Services

  • AWS Lambda Functions

  • Application Integration Services

  • Amazon EventBridge / CloudWatch Events

  • Amazon API Gateway

Amazon VPC, Networking, and Hybrid

  • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

  • Security Groups and Network ACLs

  • Public, Private and Elastic IP Addresses

  • NAT Gateways and NAT Instances

  • Amazon VPC Peering

  • Amazon VPN and AWS Direct Connect

  • AWS Transit Gateway

  • AWS Outposts

Deployment and Automation

  • Caching and Amazon CloudFront

  • AWS Global Accelerator

  • AWS CloudFormation

  • AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK)

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • AWS Developer Tools (Code*)

  • AWS X-Ray

  • AWS OpsWorks

Databases and Analytics

  • Types of Database

  • Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

  • Amazon Aurora

  • Amazon DynamoDB

  • Amazon RedShift

  • Amazon Elastic Map Reduce (EMR)

  • Amazon ElastiCache

  • Amazon Athena and AWS Glue

  • Amazon Kinesis

  • And: AWS Data Pipeline, Amazon QuickSight, DocumentDB, Neptune, QLDB, Blockchain

Management and Governance

  • AWS Organizations

  • AWS Control Tower

  • AWS Systems Manager

  • AWS Service Catalog

  • AWS Config

  • AWS Trusted Advisor

  • AWS Health API and Dashboards

AWS Cloud Security and Identity

  • Identity Providers and Federation - SAML/WIF + SSO + Cognito

  • AWS Directory Service

  • Protecting Secrets - SSM Parameter Store and Secrets Manager

  • Encryption - AWS KMS, ACM, in-transit / at-rest

  • Logging and Auditing - Amazon CloudWatch Logs, CloudTrail, Flow Logs, ELB logs, and S3 logs

  • Detect and Respond - Amazon Detective, GuardDuty, Macie

  • Firewalls and DDoS Protection - AWS WAF & Shield

  • Compliance Services - AWS Artifact, Config

  • Security Management and Support - AWS Security Hub, Security Bulletins, Abuse Team

  • Penetration Testing

Architecting for the Cloud

  • AWS Well-Architected

  • AWS Well-Architected Framework

Accounts, Billing and Support

  • AWS Pricing Fundamentals

  • Amazon EC2 Pricing Options

  • Amazon EC2 Pricing Use Cases

  • Pricing for other AWS Services

  • AWS Support Plans

  • Consolidated Billing

  • AWS Cost Management Tools

Migration, Machine Learning and More

  • AWS Migration and Transfer Services

  • AWS Machine Learning Services

  • End User Computing

  • AWS IoT Core

YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Hi, my name is Neal Davis - I'll be your instructor for this ultimate exam training for the AWS Cloud Practitioner. Cloud Computing is my Passion - which is why I founded Digital Cloud Training - offering AWS certification training resources that represent a higher quality standard than is otherwise available in the market. I created this comprehensive training course so that you get to ace your AWS exam and achieve your career goals. I enjoy teaching on Udemy as it allows me to leverage my knowledge and hands-on experience that I have built over the last 20 years…Yes, I've been working in the Cloud space since its very beginning!

OUR SUCCESS IN NUMBERS

  • Over 250,000 students enrolled in our AWS courses

  • 4.7 Star instructor ratings from over 40,000 reviews

  • Our students pass the AWS exam with an average score of over 85%

MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

We are totally confident in the value of our Cloud Practitioner Exam Training which comes with a 30-day unconditional money-back guarantee. Fast-track your AWS exam success and get lifetime access now - risk-free!

Free AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019

Get your first AWS Certification and Learn the AWS Fundamentals.

Created by Andrew Brown - CEO, Founder and Lead Instructor at ExamPro

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Students: 50563, Price: Free

Students: 50563, Price:  Free

This is a free study course that you can use to pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner. If you're new to AWS or Cloud Computing this course will teach you the fundamental knowledge for AWS and will directly prepare you for the AWS Solutions Architect Associate Certification. With a week's works of study, you'll be confident enough to take and pass this AWS exam.

AWS Certified Data Analytics Specialty 2021 – Hands On!

Practice exam included! AWS DAS-C01 certification prep course with exercises. Kinesis, EMR, DynamoDB, Redshift and more!

Created by Sundog Education by Frank Kane - Founder, Sundog Education. Machine Learning Pro

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Students: 49634, Price: $109.99

Students: 49634, Price:  Paid

[v2021: The course has been fully updated for the new AWS Certified Data Analytics -Specialty DAS-C01 exam (including new coverage of Glue DataBrew, Elastic Views, Glue Studio, and AWS Lake Formation), and will be kept up-to-date all of 2021. Optional content for the previous AWS Certified Big Data - Speciality BDS-C01 exam remains as well as an appendix. Happy learning! ]

The AWS Certified Data Analytics Specialty Exam is one of the most challenging certification exams you can take from Amazon. Passing it tells employers in no uncertain terms that your knowledge of big data systems is wide and deep. But, even experienced technologists need to prepare heavily for this exam. This course sets you up for success, by covering all of the big data technologies on the exam and how they fit together.

Best-selling Udemy instructors Frank Kane and Stéphane Maarek have teamed up to deliver the most comprehensive and hands-on prep course we've seen. Together, they've taught over 500,000 people around the world. This course combines Stéphane's depth on AWS with Frank's experience in Big Data, gleaned during his 9-year career at Amazon itself. Both Frank and Stéphane have taken and passed the exam themselves on the first try.

The world of data analytics on AWS includes a dizzying array of technologies and services. Just a sampling of the topics we cover in-depth are:

  • Streaming massive data with AWS Kinesis

  • Queuing messages with Simple Queue Service (SQS)

  • Wrangling the explosion data from the Internet of Things (IOT)

  • Transitioning from small to big data with the AWS Database Migration Service (DMS)

  • Storing massive data lakes with the Simple Storage Service (S3)

  • Optimizing transactional queries with DynamoDB

  • Tying your big data systems together with AWS Lambda

  • Making unstructured data query-able with AWS Glue, Glue ETL, Glue DataBrew, Glue Studio, and Lake Formation

  • Processing data at unlimited scale with Elastic MapReduce, including Apache Spark, Hive, HBase, Presto, Zeppelin, Splunk, and Flume

  • Applying neural networks at massive scale with Deep Learning, MXNet, and Tensorflow

  • Applying advanced machine learning algorithms at scale with Amazon SageMaker

  • Analyzing streaming data in real-time with Kinesis Analytics

  • Searching and analyzing petabyte-scale data with Amazon Elasticsearch Service

  • Querying S3 data lakes with Amazon Athena

  • Hosting massive-scale data warehouses with Redshift and Redshift Spectrum

  • Integrating smaller data with your big data, using the Relational Database Service (RDS) and Aurora

  • Visualizing your data interactively with Quicksight

  • Keeping your data secure with encryption, KMS, HSM, IAM, Cognito, STS, and more

Throughout the course, you'll have lots of opportunities to reinforce your learning with hands-on exercises and quizzes. And when you're done, this course includes a practice exam that's very similar to the real exam in difficulty, length, and style - so you'll know if you're ready before you invest in taking it. We'll also arm you with some valuable test-taking tips and strategies along the way.

Data analytics is an advanced certification, and it's best tackled by students who have already obtained associate-level certification in AWS and have some real-world industry experience. This exam is not intended for AWS beginners.

You want to go into the AWS Certified Data Analytics Specialty Exam with confidence, and that's what this course delivers. Hit the enroll button, and we're excited to see you in the course... and ultimately to see you get your certification!

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional 2021 – Hands On!

Pass the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional Certification (DOP-C01) with 20 hours of advanced hands-on videos.

Created by Stephane Maarek | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,Solutions Architect,Developer - Best Selling Instructor, Kafka Guru, 9x AWS Certified

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Students: 45359, Price: $109.99

Students: 45359, Price:  Paid

Welcome to the BEST and MOST UPDATED online resource to learn the skills needed to pass the challenging certification: AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional (DOP-C01).

Before taking this course, make sure that:

  • You hold at least an associate-level certification in AWS (AWS Certified Developer Associate is preferred)

  • You have experience using AWS at your work

This course is entirely hands-on to provide you with the experience needed to understand, analyze and solve the questions asked at the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional exam. As such, I will not be covering the basics, and I will be going rather fast through concepts you should already know.

If you're ready to go on a challenging and rewarding journey, join me in this course. You will not be disappointed!

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This course is different from the other ones you'll find on Udemy. Dare I say, better (but you'll judge!)

  • It covers in-depth all the new topics on the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional DOP-C01 exam

  • It's packed with practical knowledge on how to use AWS inside and out as a DevOps

  • It teaches you how to prepare for the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional exam AND how to prepare for the real world

  • It's a logical progression of topics, not a laundry list of random services

  • It's fast-paced and to the point

  • All slides available as downloadable PDF

  • I passed the exam with a score of 940/1000 so you are in good hands!

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Instructor

My name is Stephane Maarek, and I'll be your instructor in this course. I am an AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional, AWS Certified Solutions Architect, AWS Certified Developer, AWS Certified SysOps, AWS Certified Big Data, and the author of highly-rated & best-selling courses on AWS Lambda, AWS CloudFormation & AWS EC2. I've already taught 500,000+ students and received 100,000+ reviews.

I've decided it's time for students to properly learn how to be an AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional. You are in good hands!

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This course also comes with:

  • Lifetime access to all future updates

  • A responsive instructor in the Q&A Section

  • Udemy Certificate of Completion Ready for Download

  • A 30 Day "No Questions Asked" Money Back Guarantee!

Join me in this course if you want to pass the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional Exam and master the AWS platform!

Practice Test AWS Solutions Architect Associate SAA C02

In 1 hour, you will gain substantial insight to pass the certification exam.

Created by Chandra Lingam - Cloud Wave LLC

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Students: 39930, Price: $49.99

Students: 39930, Price:  Paid

*** UPDATE FEB-2021 - Brand new videos and quizzes on Messaging Services - SQS, SNS, EventBridge, Kinesis ***

*** UPDATE DEC-2020 - Brand new VPC videos with coverage on latest concepts and techniques ***

*** UPDATE SEP-2020 - Resource Sharing using Resource Access Manager and Transit Gateway ***

*** UPDATE MAY-2020 - Global Accelerator, and important security and management tools: WAF, Shield, IMDS V2, Secrets Manager, Systems Manager, AWS Config, Inspector, Trusted Advisor and how all these tools work together ***

*** UPDATE MAR-2020 - Completely revised CloudFront, and S3 Sections ***

*** UPDATE FEB-2020 - Lots of newly updated material and quizzes on Elastic Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, Data Lake, Monitoring, Storage, Databases ***

Hi, and welcome to the AWS Solutions Architect-Associate Practice Test course!

I am Chandra Lingam, and I am your instructor

In the next few hours, you will learn precise and relevant knowledge to pass the exam.

We will start by looking at what AWS expects from you

i.e., what does a solution architect do as part of their job

Remember, certification is just a stepping stone – you need to build skills to succeed in this role.

The actual exam contains only 65 questions – so they can test you only so much.

The biggest benefit as you prepare for this exam is you don’t know which 65 questions they are going to ask

So you need to prepare yourself for 200-300 different scenarios, and this preparation is what will make you a well-rounded Solutions Architect

This preparation is the objective of this course.

Depending on your experience level, you can approach it in two ways – Concept first or test first

Test First

If you are already familiar with AWS, you can start with the test-first approach and continue in sequence.

The quizzes are a great way to identify specific areas of strength and improvement

The questions are organized by service, and it will test your ability to recall specific information

and apply them for a given scenario

You will get immediate feedback along with detailed explanation and relevant review videos

The quizzes are followed by two practice tests

These are timed tests and simulate the real exam.

Each test has 65 questions that you need to answer in 130 minutes

The result and detailed answers are available after you complete the test

Concept First

If you prefer to review the concept first, you can start with the networking section

Each section focuses on a core service, its purpose, and how you would use them

We then look at an integrated view of how you can use all these various services to build an order processing system

We will compare the architecture of a server-based and serverless solution.

And how to decouple components

Migration of data to the cloud is a complex exercise

We will walk through several real-life scenarios on how you can approach them

Course Q&A Forums

For support, the course has an active Q&A forum, and we generally answer questions within a few hours

With the knowledge you gain in this course, you will become a better Solutions Architect and easily clear the certification exam!

I am looking forward to meeting you!

AWS Certification – Solutions Architect Associate – 2021

AWS Certification - Solutions Architect Associate. Achieve AWS Solutions Architect Associate Certification.

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 36205, Price: $109.99

Students: 36205, Price:  Paid

Do you want to become an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (SAA-C02)?

Are you ready to get started on the amazing journey to get the prized AWS Certification?

Do you want to join 600,000+ learners having Amazing Learning Experiences with in28Minutes?

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WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING:

5 STARS - Extremely helpful. Straightforward, easy to understand, and learn. Got my AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate badge with the first attempt.

5 STARS - I passed the AWS Certification. This course was part of my learning material. I liked especially the Overview part at the end of every module.

5 STARS - I took my exam yesterday and I passed. This course really helped me a lot in gaining an understanding of the services covered in the exam. Thank you so much.

5 STARS - Excellent !!!. There are no other words to express. It really helped me to achieve SAA C02 certification for the first attempt.

5 STARS - I passed AWS SAA CO2 today. This course helped a lot. Without this course, I didn't pass my exam. Thank you so much.

5 STARS - Explained in the very simplest way and easy to understand path for new learners

5 STARS - This course is exactly what I was looking for to add to my skillset. The instructor explains everything very clearly and in great detail.

5 STARS - Amazing course. The instructor is able to create a well-defined and related flow out of AWS services which make them easy to learn. Highly recommended

5 STARS - The course is well organized with great documentation to follow the instructor

We are here to help you start your journey to AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate in a step by step approach.

  • ZERO Experience with AWS? No problem

  • NOT an AWS Certified Developer Associate? No problem

Here are a couple of things you would need to understand:

  • Cloud is here to stay. We focus on helping you understand the cloud. Once you understand cloud well, you will be able to use your skills on AWS or any cloud platform.

  • Architectures are going cloud-neutral - Serverless, Microservices, Containers, and Container Orchestration. A certification lacks value if you do not understand and practice these important skills. We will help you get prepared for a Cloud Neutral Future and have practical cloud skills to go along with the most popular architectures.

Are you ready to get started on the amazing journey to becoming an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate?

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COURSE OVERVIEW

We will get started with an introduction to the AWS Certified Solutions Architect certification. We will understand the basics of Regions and Availability Zones. We will discuss extensively EC2 service and Load balancing in AWS. You will learn to architect solutions for containers and container orchestration in AWS with AWS ECS, Fargate, and EKS.  You will learn to architect serverless applications with Lambda and API Gateway. You will learn to Architect Your Private Network in AWS with VPC and Subnet.

After that, we move into Storage. We will look at the AWS services for Object Storage (Amazon S3), Block Storage (Elastic Block Storage EBS and Instance Store), and File Storage (EFS and FSx).

Choosing the right database is one of the main responsibilities of an architect. We will start with AWS services for Relational Databases  - Amazon RDS and Amazon Aurora. We will look at Document Storage solutions offered by Amazon DynamoDB and Caching Solutions offered by Amazon ElastiCache.

In between, we explore solutions for Identity and Access Management in AWS (IAM),  Encryption (KMS and Cloud HSM), and Monitoring (AWS CloudTrail, CloudWatch, and Config).

We will help you design asynchronous applications in AWS with SQS, SNS, and MQ. You will learn to architect AWS solutions for  Content Distribution with Amazon CloudFront and Routing with Route 53.

You will learn to choose services for streaming data (Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, Data Firehose and Analytics) and Big Data (RedShift and EMR).

We will end the course by taking a look at how you can get ready for your AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate exam.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Introduction - AWS Certified Solutions Architect

  • Getting Started - AWS Certified Solutions Architect

  • Getting started with AWS Virtual Servers - EC2 Service and EC2 Instances

  • Take care of Billing in the Cloud

  • Getting Started with Load Balancing in AWS - Elastic Load Balancing

  • EC2 and ELB for AWS Architects

  • Getting started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Getting Started with Containers in AWS - ECS, Fargate, and EKS

  • Serverless with AWS Lambdas and API Gateway

  • Create Your Private Networks in AWS with VPC and Subnet

  • Getting Started with Amazon S3 - Object Storage in AWS

  • Getting Started with IAM - Identity and Access Management in AWS

  • Data Encryption in AWS with KMS and Cloud HSM

  • Block Storage in AWS - Elastic Block Storage EBS and Instance Store

  • Getting Started with File Storage - EFS and FSx

  • Getting Started with AWS Storage Gateway

  • Getting Started with Databases

  • Getting Started with RDS - Relational Databases in AWS

  • Getting Started with Amazon DynamoDB

  • Getting Started with Amazon ElastiCache

  • Exploring AWS CloudTrail, CloudWatch and Config

  • Asynchronous Communication with SQS, SNS, and MQ

  • Content Distribution with Amazon CloudFront

  • Getting Started with Route 53 - AWS Domain Registrar and DNS

  • Getting Started with AWS Data Lakes

  • More Serverless in AWS

  • Connecting AWS with On-Premise Data Centers

  • Moving Data from On-Premises to AWS

  • DevOps in AWS

  • More AWS Services

  • Getting Ready for AWS Certified Solutions Architect

  • Practice Test - AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

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  • Friendly Support in the Q&A section

  • Free Udemy Certificate of Completion on Completion of Course

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AWS Developer Associate training

AWS Developer services course

Created by Alan Rodrigues - Software Engineering Evangelist

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Students: 32509, Price: Free

Students: 32509, Price:  Free

Important - Completed the re certification on AWS Developer Associate - September 2017

Organizations today are embracing the cloud. In 2016, as per a report published by Symantec, around 26% of organizations have taken the leap to the cloud. 

Amazon Web services is one of the most widely adopted cloud platforms in the world today. The variety of services provided by AWS is what makes it one of the widely popular cloud platforms there is. 

This course aims at training students on the various aspects of the AWS Cloud platform from a developer perspective.It also enables students to get more prepared to take their AWS Developer Associate Exam. 

This course covers topics that vary from Regions,Availability Zones and VPC to EC2 instances and working with DynamoDB.

This course is particularly aligned with the various objectives outlined by AWS on the Developer Associate Exam.

Also the courses have been catered to ensure that the latest updates from AWS have been demonstrated.

You have early 4 hours of deep dive content , and you can work along with the live examples. There is a also a bonus quiz at the end of the course.

Course Updates - August 2017

The following updates have been made

1) Demo on using AWS SNS with Google Cloud Messaging service

2) Demo on using parameters and maps in Cloudformation templates , FIFO Queues , seeing how to access AWS resources using the .Net SDK

Course Updates - September 2017

The following key updates have been made

1) Added 30 more practice questions 

2) Added new chapters on Custom VPC, Private and Public Subnets , NAT Instance.

AWS Certified Machine Learning Specialty 2021 – Hands On!

AWS machine learning certification preparation - learn SageMaker, feature engineering, data engineering, modeling & more

Created by Sundog Education by Frank Kane - Founder, Sundog Education. Machine Learning Pro

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Students: 30375, Price: $99.99

Students: 30375, Price:  Paid

[ Updated for 2021's latest SageMaker features and new AWS ML Services. Happy learning! ]

Nervous about passing the AWS Certified Machine Learning - Specialty exam (MLS-C01)? You should be! There's no doubt it's one of the most difficult and coveted AWS certifications. A deep knowledge of AWS and SageMaker isn't enough to pass this one - you also need deep knowledge of machine learning, and the nuances of feature engineering and model tuning that generally aren't taught in books or classrooms. You just can't prepare enough for this one.

This certification prep course is taught by Frank Kane, who spent nine years working at Amazon itself in the field of machine learning. Frank took and passed this exam on the first try, and knows exactly what it takes for you to pass it yourself. Joining Frank in this course is Stephane Maarek, an AWS expert and popular AWS certification instructor on Udemy.

In addition to the 9-hour video course, a 30-minute quick assessment practice exam is included that consists of the same topics and style as the real exam. You'll also get four hands-on labs that allow you to practice what you've learned, and gain valuable experience in model tuning, feature engineering, and data engineering.

This course is structured into the four domains tested by this exam: data engineering, exploratory data analysis, modeling, and machine learning implementation and operations. Just some of the topics we'll cover include:

  • S3 data lakes

  • AWS Glue and Glue ETL

  • Kinesis data streams, firehose, and video streams

  • DynamoDB

  • Data Pipelines, AWS Batch, and Step Functions

  • Using scikit_learn

  • Data science basics

  • Athena and Quicksight

  • Elastic MapReduce (EMR)

  • Apache Spark and MLLib

  • Feature engineering (imputation, outliers, binning, transforms, encoding, and normalization)

  • Ground Truth

  • Deep Learning basics

  • Tuning neural networks and avoiding overfitting

  • Amazon SageMaker, including SageMaker Studio, SageMaker Model Monitor, SageMaker Autopilot, and SageMaker Debugger.

  • Regularization techniques

  • Evaluating machine learning models (precision, recall, F1, confusion matrix, etc.)

  • High-level ML services: Comprehend, Translate, Polly, Transcribe, Lex, Rekognition, and more

  • Security best practices with machine learning on AWS

Machine learning is an advanced certification, and it's best tackled by students who have already obtained associate-level certification in AWS and have some real-world industry experience. This exam is not intended for AWS beginners.

If there's a more comprehensive prep course for the AWS Certified Machine Learning - Specialty exam, we haven't seen it. Enroll now, and gain confidence as you walk into that testing center.

Introduction to AWS Cloud Computing

Short course on AWS Cloud Computing

Created by Alan Rodrigues - Software Engineering Evangelist

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Students: 29220, Price: Free

Students: 29220, Price:  Free

This course is designed to give an Introduction to students on the Amazon web services. In this course you will learn in brief on the following

  • Cloud Computing

  • The AWS Cloud

  • The Virtual Private Cloud

  • The Elastic Compute Cloud service

  • The Simple Storage Service

  • DynamoDB

  • The Lambda Compute Service

  • The Elastic Beanstalk Service

  • The Opswork service

  • Cloudformation

The Cloud is here to stay. It's important for every IT professional to understand cloud computing

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Training Bootcamp 2021

Pass AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner CLF-C01 Exam. Complete AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Certification!

Created by XaaS Technologies | 160.000+ Students - Let’s ☁️ !

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Students: 23275, Price: $29.99

Students: 23275, Price:  Paid

[COURSE UPDATES]: Course is updated every month as cloud computing and AWS exams do !

- new lectures or lectures' updates

- new midway or end of module Quizzes

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Welcome! I'm here to help you PREPARE and PASS the newest AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam.

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Beginners welcome: no need to know anything about AWS!

The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner examination is intended for individuals who have the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively demonstrate an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles addressed by other AWS Certifications.

An AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner is a recommended path to achieving Specialty certification or an optional start toward Associate certification.

This course is different from the other ones you'll find on Udemy.

  • We will spend over eight hours discussing solution architecture on AWS in depth.

  • It covers in depth all the new topics on the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner CLF-C01 exam

  • It's packed with practical knowledge on how to use AWS inside and out as a Cloud Practitioner

  • It teaches you how to prepare for the AWS exam AND how to prepare for the real world

  • Topics are presented and introduced following a logical and practical real-world approach, not just topics thrown at you

  • It's fast paced and to the point, please get ready to learn a lot ! 

  • All 400+ slides available as downloadable PDF

Shortly put, here's what we'll learn in order to prepare and Pass the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam:

  • The AWS Fundamentals: IAM, EC2, Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, EBS, EFS, Route 53, RDS, S3, CloudFront

  • The AWS CLI: CLI setup, usage on EC2, best practices,

  • Introduction to Databases: RDS, Aurora, DynamoDB

  • Monitoring, Troubleshooting & Audit: AWS CloudWatch, CloudTrail

  • AWS Integration & Messaging: SQS, SNS

  • AWS Serverless: AWS Lambda

  • AWS Security best practices: KMS, IAM Policies

  • VPC & Networking

  • AWS Other Services Overview: CloudFormation, Step, ElasticTranscoder, AWS Organizations, Workspaces,

  • Tips and Tricks to ROCK the exam from your very first attempt !

This course is full of opportunities to apply your knowledge:

  • There are many hands-on lectures for every of the Core and Key AWS services

  • There are 2x practice exams at the end of the course

  • Module quizzes (tests) covering answers with detailed breakdown and reference to AWS Official Documentation

  • We'll be using the AWS Free Tier most of the time

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This course also comes with:

  • Lifetime access to all future updates

  • A responsive instructor in the Q&A Section

  • Udemy Certificate of Completion Ready for Download

  • A 30 Day Money Back Guarantee!

Join me in this course if you want to pass the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Exam !

AWS Certified Security Specialty 2021

All you need to master AWS Certified Security Specialty certification.

Created by Zeal Vora - Premium Instructor

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Students: 22066, Price: $34.99

Students: 22066, Price:  Paid

AWS Certified Security - Specialty certification is one of the widely recognized security certifications across the industry. With the number of security breaches increasing every year, there is a huge demand for individuals who understands the security side of things, specifically Cloud-based Infrastructures.

This course is specially designed for the aspirants who intend to give the AWS Certified Security Specialty 2021 certification as well for those who want to master the security side of AWS.

Throughout the course, we explore various Real World scenarios and look into why do website gets hacked, what could have been done to prevent it, and learn the best practices related to Security for your AWS environment.

Since this is a Specialty level certification, it is very important that the candidate has a prior hands-on experience in AWS, and this also acts as a pre-requisite to this certification. We do start our journey into the security side of things from scratch.

With tons of quizzes in order to prepare you for exams, Real-world scenarios, and great Support from our Instructor in-case of doubts, this course is all you need to master the Security side of AWS and gain the certification.

I look forward to seeing you join us in this exciting journey on AWS Security.

Mastering AWS: Featuring IAM

Mastert AWS Users, Roles, Groups, and Policies in this course!

Created by Alston Godbolt - Full Stack Web Developer and AWS certified

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Students: 21477, Price: Free

Students: 21477, Price:  Free

Did you know that Identity and Access Management (IAM) is used by 100% of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Users? Also, did you know that IAM for AWS can provide service level access to users both inside and outside of your network?

My name is Alston Godbolt, and I’ll be your instructor. This course is important to me because it provides me an opportunity to share my knowledge and teaching approach with you, the student. I have over five years of teaching adult students, and mentoring instructors. In addition, I am both an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate and a Certified Developer Associate. Finally, I am a Full Stack Developer working with a number of AWS Services daily. This combination of knowledge and experience makes me well suited to lead you through the wonderful world of Identity and Access Management.

This course is designed for both beginners to AWS and experienced developers. First, after a brief course introduction, we will dive into what AWS provides to its customers. Next, we will take a detailed look at the four major components of IAM: Users, Groups, Roles, and Policies. Each component will feature a definition, a short description, use cases, and a hands-on tutorial.

By the end of this course you’ll be able to identify the right component based on needs, define and discuss: Users, Roles, Groups, and Policies. And Create each of the four components in the AWS management console.

This course takes a no fluff, no filler approach to learning IAM. We will not spend any time discussing any other service outside of IAM.

Thank you, and I’ll see you in the course

Practical beginners course to Serverless Applications

Hands on course of all the basics that you need to get started building applications with AWS and Serverless Framework

Created by Marcia Villalba - AWS Serverless Hero

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Students: 21161, Price: Free

Students: 21161, Price:  Free

The adoption of serverless computing is increasing over the years. Serverless is a great technology to save costs in the development of new applications. Also it reduces the time to market. 

So why not to get started learning it? Serverless is the future and lots of companies are starting to adopt it now as the technology is becoming more mature. 

In addition, AWS is the most popular cloud provider when it comes to running serverless loads and also for traditional computing. 

So this course is the right course for you if you want to get started with Serverless, if you want to improve in your career and become a more desired hire, if you want to start a new project at work and you want to try the latest technologies, if you want to get started with cloud but you don't want to get started with servers and virtual machines. 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

In this course you will learn all the basic concepts that you need in order to get started building serverless application with AWS and Serverless Framework.

  • You will learn how to create an AWS account and secure it
  • You will learn what is Serverless Framework and how to install it
  • You will run your first AWS Lambda 
  • You will learn about API Gateway
  • You will be deploying your whole Serverless application as infrastructure as code
  • You will learn about DynamoDB
  • You will learn the basics of monitoring with CloudWatch

REQUIREMENTS

  • In order to take this course you don't need to have any previous knowledge on AWS or Serverless.
  • You just need to know some Javascript and have the basic understanding on how to build backends.
  • You will need access to a phone and a credit card to configure your AWS account (don't worry you wont get charged for any activity done in this course as it all falls in the AWS free tier)

AWS Tutorials – DynamoDB and Database Migration Service

Hands on video showcasing AWS DynamoDB and Database Migration Service

Created by Namrata H Shah - Technology and Management Leader

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Students: 21041, Price: Free

Students: 21041, Price:  Free

AWS is one of the fastest growing cloud platform. I have specifically created these tutorials for folks who have the drive and want to learn more about AWS. In this course, you will find tutorials for DynamoDB and Database Migration Service.

You will learn with hands-on tutorials how to leverage --

AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) to -

1. Migrate data from MySQL to S3

2. Migrate data from S3   to MySQL       

3. MS SQL EC2 to MS SQL RDS   

AWS DynamoDB to -

1. Create Table

2. Insert Items

3. Scan and Query Table     

4. Calculate Read and Write Capacity Units

AWS Certification – Cloud Practitioner – 2021

AWS Certification - Cloud Practitioner. Achieve the AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification in the in28minutes way!

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner is an easy certification to get your journey started with AWS.

Do you want to become an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01)?

Are you ready to take the defining step of your career?

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We are here to help you start your journey to AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner in a step by step approach.

Here are a couple of things you would need to understand:

  • Cloud is here to stay. We focus on helping you understand the cloud. Once you understand cloud well, you will be able to use your skills on AWS or any cloud platform.

  • Architectures are going cloud-neutral - Serverless, Microservices, Containers, and Container Orchestration. A certification lacks value if you do not understand and practice these important skills. We will help you get prepared for a Cloud Neutral Future and have practical cloud skills to go along with the most popular architectures.

Are you ready to get started on an amazing journey to becoming an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner?

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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - Getting Started

  • Step 01 - Course Overview - AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

  • Step 02 - Introduction - AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

Getting Started with AWS and Cloud

  • Step 01 - World Before Cloud - Challenges

  • Step 02 - Introduction to Cloud - Advantages

  • Step 03 - Introduction to AWS - Getting Started

  • Step 04 - Creating an AWS Root Account

  • Step 05 - Creating an IAM User For Your AWS Account

  • Step 06 - Need for Regions and Zones

  • Step 07 - Introduction to Regions and Zones in AWS

Getting Started with EC2

  • Step 01 - Introduction to EC2

  • Step 02 - Creating an EC2 instance in AWS - Hands-on

  • Step 03 - Playing with an EC2 instance in AWS - Hands-on

  • Step 04 - Creating a web server on an EC2 instance - Hands-on

  • Step 05 - What is an Amazon Machine Image (AMI)?

  • Step 06 - What is an EC2 Instance Type or Instance Family?

  • Step 07 - Why do we need a Security Group?

  • Step 08 - Understanding the need for EC2 Key Pairs

  • Step 09 - Exploring EC2 Instances in AWS

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with EC2 IP Addresses

  • Step 11 - Getting Started with EC2 Elastic IP Addresses

Getting Started with Elastic Load Balancers

  • Step 01 - Understand Cloud Approaches - IAAS vs PAAS

  • Step 02 - Getting started with Elastic Load Balancer

  • Step 03 - Creating an Elastic Load Balancer in AWS - Hands-on

  • Step 04 - Playing with Elastic Load Balancer in AWS - Hands-on

  • Step 05 - Deleting Elastic Load Balancer and Associated Resources

  • Step 06 - Understanding Availability of EC2 Instances and ELB

  • Step 07 - Getting started with Scalability - Horizontal and Vertical Scaling

  • Step 08 - Understanding EC2 Tenancy - Shared vs Dedicated

  • Step 09 - Getting started with EC2 Pricing Models

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with EC2 On-Demand and Spot Instances

  • Step 11 - Understanding EC2 Reserved Instances

  • Step 12 - Understanding EC2 Savings Plans

  • Step 13 - Quick Review of EC2 Pricing Models

Getting Started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Serverless with AWS Lambda

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 02 - Creating an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application

  • Step 03 - Playing with an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS resources created by AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 05 - Understanding Auto Scaling Components

  • Step 06 - Deleting AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application

  • Step 07 - Getting Started with Serverless

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with AWS Lambda

  • Step 09 - Creating Your First AWS Lambda Function

  • Step 10 - Understanding Other Compute Services in AWS

Object Storage in AWS - Amazon S3 and S3 Glacier

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Amazon S3 - Scalable Storage in Cloud

  • Step 02 - Creating an S3 Bucket

  • Step 03 - Understanding the Fundamentals of Amazon S3 Buckets and Objects

  • Step 04 - Exploring Amazon S3 Storage Classes

  • Step 05 - Exploring Amazon S3 Cost - Pricing Elements

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with Amazon S3 Glacier - Your Archive Storage

More Storage in AWS - Block Storage and File Storage

  • Step 01 - Understanding Storage Types - Block Storage vs File Storage

  • Step 02 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - Instance Store

  • Step 03 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - EBS

  • Step 04 - Playing with AWS EBS - Elastic Block Storage

  • Step 05 - Exploring Instance Store vs EBS Elastic Block Storage

  • Step 06 - Exploring Elastic Block Storage - HDD vs SSD

  • Step 07 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 1

  • Step 08 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 2

  • Step 09 - Quick Review of AWS Storage Options

  • Step 10 - Exploring AWS Storage Gateway - Hybrid Storage

Exploring Relational Databases in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Databases

  • Step 02 - Exploring Databases in Depth

  • Step 03 - Understanding Availability and Durability of Databases

  • Step 04 - Understanding RTO and RPO

  • Step 05 - Exploring Databases in Depth - 2 - Read Replicas

  • Step 06 - Exploring Consistency of Databases

  • Step 07 - Exploring Different Criteria for Choosing Databases

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with Relational Databases

  • Step 09 - Getting Started with Amazon RDS - Relational OLTP in AWS

  • Step 10 - Exploring Amazon RDS - UI and Amazon Aurora

  • Step 11 - Exploring Amazon RDS - When to Use and Scenarios

  • Step 12 - Getting Started with OLAP Relational Databases

  • Step 13 - Getting Started with Amazon Redshift

  • Step 14 - Getting Started with Amazon EMR

  • Step 15 - Exploring Alternatives for Amazon Redshift and Amazon EMR

Exploring Document and Other Databases in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with a Document Database

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with a Key-Value Database

  • Step 03 - Getting Started with Amazon DynamoDB

  • Step 04 - Playing with Amazon DynamoDB

  • Step 05 - Exploring Amazon DynamoDB vs Amazon RDS

  • Step 06 - Exploring Amazon ElastiCache

  • Step 07 - Quick Review of Databases in AWS

  • Step 08 - Exploring Database Scenarios in AWS

  • Step 09 - Exploring Other Storage Services in AWS

AWS Networking - VPC, Subnets, and more

  • Step 01 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon VPC

  • Step 03 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC Subnets

  • Step 04 - Creating Amazon VPC with Public and Private Subnets

  • Step 05 - Public Subnet vs Private Subnet - Internet Gateway

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with NAT Instance and Gateway

  • Step 07 - Exploring NAT Instance vs NAT Gateway

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with NACL

  • Step 09 - Exploring NACL vs Security Groups

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with VPC Flow Logs

  • Step 11 - Understanding VPC Peering

  • Step 12 - Connecting On-Premises with AWS - Direct Connect and VPN

  • Step 13 - Reviewing Important Networking Concepts in AWS

Getting Started with IAM - Identity and Access Management

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with IAM - Identity and Access Management

  • Step 02 - Creating an Operations IAM User

  • Step 03 - Playing with IAM Users, Groups, and Policies

  • Step 04 - Understanding IAM AWS Managed and Customer Managed Policies

  • Step 05 - Exploring IAM Inline Policies

  • Step 06 - Connecting to AWS Services from Command Line

  • Step 07 - Creating an IAM role to connect to S3 from EC2

  • Step 08 - Quick Review of IAM - Users, Roles, and Groups

Security in AWS - Encryption and more

  • Step 01 - Understanding Data States, Encryption, KMS, and Cloud HSM

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS Key Management Service KMS

  • Step 03 - Connecting AWS KMS with S3 - Server Side Encryption SSE

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with AWS Cloud HSM

  • Step 05 - Understand AWS Shield - Protect from DDoS

  • Step 06 - Understand AWS WAF - Protect Your Web Applications

  • Step 07 - Introduction to Amazon Macie

  • Step 08 - Quick Overview of AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store

  • Step 09 - Quick Overview of AWS Secrets Manager

  • Step 10 - Getting started with AWS Single Sign On

  • Step 11 - Security Services in AWS - GuardDuty, Certificate Manager, and Artifact

  • Step 12 - Security Services in AWS - AWS Security Hub and Amazon Detective

Monitoring in AWS - AWS CloudTrail, AWS Config, and Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS CloudTrail

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS CloudTrail

  • Step 03 - Getting Started with AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

  • Step 04 - Configuring AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

  • Step 05 - Exploring Results from AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 07 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Dashboards Alarms and Logs

  • Step 08 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Metrics, Events, and Container Insights

  • Step 09 - Quick Review of Amazon CloudWatch

Asynchronous Communication in AWS with SQS, SNS, and MQ

  • Step 01 - Understanding Need for Asynchronous Communication

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with SQS

  • Step 03 - Creating an Amazon SQS Queue and Playing with Messages

  • Step 04 - Sending and Receiving SQS Messages from an EC2 instance

  • Step 05 - Getting Started with Simple Notification Service - SNS

  • Step 06 - Creating an SNS Topic and Registering a Lambda to Subscribe

  • Step 07 - Getting Started with Amazon MQ

Content Distribution and Routing in AWS

  • Step 01 - Understanding the Need for CDN - CloudFront

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 03 - Understanding an Amazon CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with Route 53 - AWS Domain Registrar and DNS

  • Step 05 - Understanding Route 53 - DNS Records and Alias Records

  • Step 06 - Understanding Route 53 Routing Policies

  • Step 07 - Exploring AWS Global Accelerator

Moving Data from On-Premises to AWS

  • Step 01 - Moving Data from On-Premises to AWS

  • Step 02 - Using AWS Snowball to Transfer Data

  • Step 03 - Exploring AWS Snowmobile

  • Step 04 - Transfer File Storage to Cloud with AWS DataSync

  • Step 05 - Connecting Data Processing Flows with AWS DataPipeline

  • Step 06 - Migrating Databases with AWS Database Migration Service

  • Step 07 - Converting Schemas using AWS SCT

Streaming Solutions in AWS with Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

  • Step 03 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Analytics

  • Step 05 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

  • Step 06 - Exploring Amazon Kinesis

Getting Started with DevOps

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with DevOps

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with CI-CD

  • Step 03 - Getting Started with IAAC - Infrastructure Provisioning and Server Configuration

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with AWS CloudFormation

  • Step 05 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates

  • Step 06 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Terminology

  • Step 07 - AWS CloudFormation vs AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with AWS OpsWorks

Exploring Management Services in AWS

  • Step 01 - Exploring AWS Organizations

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS Trusted Advisor

  • Step 03 - Exploring Service Quotas

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS Directory Service

  • Step 05 - Cost Management in AWS - Cost Explorer, Budgets, Compute Optimizer ...

  • Step 06 - AWS Management Services - MarketPlace, Resource Groups, and Systems Manager

More APIs, Serverless and Containers in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Amazon API Gateway

  • Step 02 - Playing with Amazon API Gateway

  • Step 03 - Exploring Authentication and Authorization with Amazon Cognito

  • Step 04 - Quick Overview of Serverless Application Model

  • Step 05 - Serverless Orchestration with AWS Step Functions

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with Microservices and Containers

  • Step 07 - Getting Started with Container Orchestration - ECS, Fargate, and Kubernetes

Well-Architected Framework

  • Step 01 - Well Architected Framework - Introduction

  • Step 02 - Well Architected Framework - Operational Excellence Pillar

  • Step 03 - Well Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 1

  • Step 04 - Well Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 2

  • Step 05 - Well Architected Framework - Reliability Pillar

  • Step 06 - Well Architected Framework - Loosely Coupled Architectures

  • Step 07 - Well Architected Framework - Troubleshooting on AWS

  • Step 08 - Well Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar

  • Step 09 - Well Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar - Choosing the right solution

  • Step 10 - Well Architected Framework - Cost Optimization Pillar

Shared Responsibility Model

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with the Shared Responsibility Model

  • Step 02 - Exploring the Shared Responsibility Model for EC2 and Managed Services

  • Step 03 - Exploring the Shared Responsibility Model - Compliance and Controls

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - Important Things to Remember

  • Step 01 - Three ways to use AWS - SDK, CLI, and Management Console

  • Step 02 - Understanding AWS Support Plans

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - Thank You

  • Step 01 - AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - Resources

  • Step 02 - AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - Registering for Exam

  • Step 03 - AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - My Recommendations

  • Step 04 - AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner - Thank You

AWS VPC Transit Gateway – Hands On Learning!

Learn AWS VPC Transit Gateway hands on by implementing 3 practical scenarios

Created by Kalyan Reddy Daida | DevOps & SRE Architect on AWS, Azure & Google Cloud Platforms - Best Selling Instructor, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, SRE

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Students: 20758, Price: Free

Students: 20758, Price:  Free

Welcome to this Amazing course on AWS VPC Transit Gateway. We will learn by practically implementing AWS VPC Transit Gateway in 3 practical scenarios.

1. Implement Transit Gateway using default route tables.

2. Implement Transit Gateway by sharing it with cross accounts.

3. Implement Transit Gateway by creating multiple custom route tables and controlling the traffic between different VPC's as desired.

4. During the process, we will create VPC's, Subnets, Route Tables, Internet Gateways and EC2 VM's where we gain knowledge about these features by practically creating them 4 times during the course.

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Introduction

  • 01 Step 01: Introduction

  • 01 Step 02: AWS Transit Gateway Introduction

Pre-requisite Environment required for Transit Gateway

  • 02 Step 01: AWS Transit Gateway Environment Setup Introduction

  • 02 Step 02: Create VPC, Subnet, Internet Gateway & Route Tables

  • 02 Step 03: Create EC2 VM's in all 3 VPC's

  • 02 Step 04: Test VM's by login to them

Create Transit Gateway with Default Route Tables

  • 03 Step 01: Create Transit Gateway

  • 03 Step 02: Create VPC Attachments for Dev and QA VPC

  • 03 Step 03: Test Connectivity for Dev and QA VPC

  • 03 Step 04: Create VPC Attachment for Shared (shrd) VPC and Test

  • 03 Step 05: Add new subnet in existing Availability Zone selected in VPC Attachment and Test

  • 03 Step 06: Add new subnet in new Availability Zone not selected in VPC Attachment and Test

Cross Account Sharing - Share Transit Gateway with external AWS Accounts

  • 04 Step 01: Introduction about Cross Account Sharing of Transit Gateway

  • 04 Step 02: Create Resource Share using AWS Resource Access Manager

  • 04 Step 03: External / Second / Cross Account: Create VPC, Subnet, IGW, Routes & EC2 VM's

  • 04 Step 04: Create VPC Attachment in External/Second Account and Accept it in First Account

  • 04 Step 05: Test the connectivity b/w Cross Account VPC and Dev, QA, SHRD VPC in First Accnt

  • 04 Step 06: Cross Account Transit Gateway sharing - Conclusion

Transit Gateway with Custom Route Tables

  • 05 Step 01: Introduction to Transit Gateway with Custom Route Tables

  • 05 Step 02: Cleanup current Associations & Propagations in default Route Table

  • 05 Step 03: Implement TGW Custom Route Table between Dev and QA VPC

  • 05 Step 04: Implement TGW Custom Route Table between Dev and Shared (shrd) VPC

  • 05 Step 05: Implement TGW Custom Route Table between QA and Cross Account Dev VPC (cadev)

  • 05 Step 06: Perform Negative Tests

  • 05 Step 07: Conclusion - Custom Route Tables in Transit Gateway

AWS Certification – Developer Associate – 2021

AWS Certification - Developer Associate. Achieve the AWS Developer Certification in in28minutes way!

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 20571, Price: $124.99

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AWS Certified Developer Associate is an awesome certification to validate your technical skills and expertise with AWS.

Do you want to become an AWS Certified Developer Associate?

Are you ready to get started on the amazing journey to get the prized AWS Certification?

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING

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We are here to help you start your journey to AWS Certified Developer Associate in a step by step approach.

  • ZERO Experience with AWS? No problem

Here are a couple of things you would need to understand:

  • Cloud is here to stay. We focus on helping you understand the cloud. Once you understand cloud well, you will be able to use your skills on AWS or any cloud platform.

  • Architectures are going cloud-neutral - Serverless, Microservices, Containers, and Container Orchestration. A certification lacks value if you do not understand and practice these important skills. We will help you get prepared for a Cloud Neutral Future and have practical cloud skills to go along with the most popular architectures.

Are you ready to get started on an amazing journey to becoming an AWS Certified Developer Associate?

Do you want to join 500,000+ learners having Amazing Learning Experiences with in28Minutes?

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Getting Started with AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Introduction - AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Course Overview - AWS Certified Developer Associate

Getting Started - Cloud and AWS - Regions and AZs

  • Step 01 - Introduction to Cloud and AWS

  • Step 02 - Creating an AWS Root Account

  • Step 03 - Creating an IAM User For Your AWS Account

  • Step 04 - Need for Regions and Zones

  • Step 05 - Introduction to Regions and Zones

Getting Started - EC2

  • Step 01 - Section Overview - EC2

  • Step 01 - Exploring EC2 Fundamentals

  • Step 02 - Creating your first EC2 instance

  • Step 03 - Understanding EC2 instance type and SSH with Instance Connect

  • Step 04 - Installing HTTP Webserver on EC2

  • Step 05 - Playing with EC2 Instance Metadata Service and Dynamic Data

  • Step 06 - 1 - Exposing EC2 dynamic data details on HTTP Web Server

  • Step 06 - 2 - JSON Viewer Plugin

  • Step 07 - Playing with EC2 Security Groups

  • Step 08 - Understanding EC2 Public and Private IP Addresses

  • Step 09 - Understanding Elastic IP Addresses

  • Step 10 - Simplify EC2 HTTP server setup

  • Step 11 - Creating Launch Templates for EC2 instances

  • Step 12 - Creating Customized AMI for EC2 instance - Part 1

  • Step 13 - Creating Customized AMI for EC2 instance - Part 2

  • Step 14 - Exploring Amazon Machine Image

  • Step 15 - EC2 Security - Key Pairs

  • Step 16 - EC2 Security - Connecting from Windows

  • Step 17 - Key Pairs Recap & Troubleshooting

  • Step 18 - Important EC2 Scenarios

  • Step 19 - Choosing Availability Zone for EC2 Instance

  • Step 20 - Quick Review of EC2 - AMI Security Groups Key Pairs etc

Monitor Billing on the Cloud

  • Step 01 - Its Your Responsibility to Monitor Billing on the Cloud - 5 Recommendations

  • Step 02 - Monitor AWS Billing Setting Billing Alerts

Getting Started - AWS Elastic Load Balancing

  • Step 01 - Getting started with Load Balancing - AWS Elastic Load Balancing

  • Step 02 - Understanding HTTP, HTTPS, UDP and TCP Protocols

  • Step 03 - Exploring Types of AWS Elastic Load Balancers

  • Step 04 - AWS Elastic Load Balancing - Getting started with Classic Load Balancer

  • Step 05 - Exploring Classic Load Balancer Further

  • Step 06 - AWS Elastic Load Balancing - Getting started with Application Load Balancer

  • Step 07 - Exploring Application Load Balancer Further

  • Step 08 - Understand AWS Elastic Load Balancing Listeners

  • Step 09 - Exploring Application Load Balancer Target Groups

  • Step 11 - Using Multiple Target Groups for Microservices Architectures

  • Step 12 - Exploring Listener Rules in ALB

  • Step 13 - Getting started with Auto Scaling Groups

  • Step 14 - Creating Your First Auto Scaling Group

  • Step 15 - Playing with Auto Scaling Group

  • Step 16 - Understanding Auto Scaling Components and Dynamic Scaling Policies

  • Step 17 - Exploring Auto Scaling Policies - Dynamic Scaling

  • Step 18 - Exploring Auto Scaling Scenarios

  • Step 19 - Getting Started with a Network Load Balancer

  • Step 20 - Creating a Network Load Balancer

  • Step 21 - Exploring Network Load Balancer

  • Step 22 - Deleting Network Load Balancers and Target Groups

  • Step 23 - Deleting Application Load Balancers and Target Groups

  • Step 24 - Quick Review of ELB - Application, Classic and Network Load Balancers

Getting Started - Serverless with AWS Lambda

  • Step 01 - Introduction to Serverless

  • Step 02 - Getting started with AWS Lambda

  • Step 03 - Creating Your First Serverless Function with AWS Lambda

  • Step 04 - Understanding Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Event and Response

  • Step 05 - Playing with Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Context

  • Step 06 - Playing with Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Basic Settings

  • Step 07 - Monitoring your AWS Lambda Serverless Functions - CloudWatch and XRay

  • Step 08 - Versioning your AWS Lambda Serverless Functions - Versions and Alias

Theory - Serverless with AWS Lambda

  • Step 01 - Understanding Concurrency of Lambda Functions

  • Step 02 - 01 - Understanding AWS Lambda Execution Context

  • Step 03 - Understanding Provisioned Concurrency of Lambda Functions

  • Step 04 - Lambda Functions - What is Throttling?

  • Step 05 - Invoking Lambda Functions Synchronously

  • Step 06 - Invoking Lambda Functions Asynchronously

  • Step 07 - 01 - Exploring AWS Lambda - Context Object

  • Step 07 - 02 - Invoking Lambda Functions from CloudFront - Lambda@Edge

  • Step 08 - Understanding Versioning of Lambda Functions

  • Step 09 - Exploring Alias for Lambda Functions

  • Step 10 - Creating Layers for Lambda Functions

  • Step 11 - Understanding AWS Lambda Best Practices

  • Step 12 - Exploring AWS Lambda - Scenario Questions

Getting Started - AWS API Gateway

  • Step 01 - Getting started with AWS API Gateway

  • Step 02 - Getting started with AWS API Gateway - API Types - HTTP, REST and WebSockets

  • Step 03 - Creating Your First AWS API Gateway - REST API

  • Step 04 - Understanding the Basics of Handling Request with AWS REST API Gateway

  • Step 05 - Playing with AWS REST API Gateway - Customizing Mock Response and Headers

  • Step 06 - Integrating AWS REST API Gateway with Lambda Integration

  • Step 07 - Playing with API Gateway - Using Mapping Template to map Request Headers and Params

  • Step 08 - Playing with API Gateway - Creating POST Method

  • Step 09 - Playing with API Gateway - Validation Request Body using Model Schema

  • Step 10 - Playing with API Gateway - Customizing Response Headers and Validation

  • Step 11 - Deploying API Gateways - Creating a new Stage

  • Step 12 - Understanding AWS REST API Gateway Integrations - Custom vs Proxy Integration

  • Step 13 - Exploring REST API Gateway Lambda Proxy Integration

  • Step 14 - Implementing Rate Limiting and API Keys using AWS API Gateway

  • Step 15 - Exploring AWS API Gateway Stages

  • Step 16 - Getting Started with AWS API Gateway - HTTP API

  • Step 17 - Creating HTTP API - AWS API Gateway

  • Step 18 - Exploring HTTP API - AWS API Gateway

  • Step 19 - Exploring HTTP API - AWS API Gateway Further

Theory: Exporing API Gateway

  • Step 01 - Exploring API Gateway Endpoint Types

  • Step 02 - Exploring API Gateway Integration Types

  • Step 03 - Exploring API Gateway Lambda Integrations - Custom and Proxy

  • Step 04 - Exploring API Gateway - Stages

  • Step 05 - Exploring API Gateway - Caching

Getting Started - Amazon Cognito

  • Step 00 - 01 - Introduction to Identity Federation

  • Step 00 - 02 - Introduction to Amazon Cognito

  • Step 01 - Understanding Amazon Cognito User Pools

  • Step 02 - Understanding Amazon Cognito Identity Pools

  • Step 03 - 01 - Playing with Amazon Cognito User Pools

  • Step 03 - 02 - Customize UserPool Workflow With Triggers

  • Step 04 - Exploring Amazon Cognito Identity Pools

  • Step 05 - Exporing Amazon Cognito Use Cases - Identity vs User Pools

  • Step 06 - Integrating Authorization with API Gateway

  • Step 07 - Exploring API Gateway - Scenarios

Getting Started - S3 - Object Storage in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with S3 - AWS Object Storage

  • Step 02 - Creating an S3 Bucket and Exploring the UI

  • Step 03 - Understanding S3 - Objects, Buckets and Key Value Pairs

  • Step 04 - Playing with S3 Versioning

  • Step 05 - Logging S3 Access Requests

  • Step 06 - Creating a Public Website with S3

  • Step 07 - Quick Review - Creating a Public Website with S3

  • Step 08 - Exploring S3 Object level logging and Encryption

  • Step 09 - Exploring S3 Object Locks, Tags and Transfer Acceleration

  • Step 10 - Exploring S3 Event Notifications

  • Step 11 - Implementing S3 Event Notifications with AWS Lambda

  • Step 12 - Playing with S3 Prefixes

  • Step 13 - Exploring Bucket and Object ACLs in S3

  • Step 14 - Getting Started with S3 Storage Classes

  • Step 15 - Comparing S3 Storage Classes

  • Step 16 - Exploring S3 Lifecycle Configuration

  • Step 17 - Exploring S3 Cross Region and Same Region Replication

  • Step 18 - Exploring S3 Object Level Configurations

  • Step 19 - Understanding S3 Consistency Model - Eventual Consistency

  • Step 20 - Exploring S3 Presigned URLs

  • Step 21 - Basics of Amazon S3 Access Points

  • Step 21 - Exploring Different Cost Factors with Amazon S3

  • Step 21 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Security Scenarios

  • Step 23 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Cost Scenarios

  • Step 24 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Performance Scenarios

  • Step 25 - Exploring S3 Features using Scenarios 89dB v2

  • Step 25 - Exploring S3 Features using Scenarios v1 OLD

  • Step 26 - Getting Started with S3 Glacier - S3 vs S3 Glacier

  • Step 27 - Exploring S3 Glacier - Quick Review

Getting Started - IAM

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with IAM - Identity and Access Management

  • Step 02 - Creating an Operations IAM User

  • Step 03 - Playing with IAM Users, Groups and Policies

  • Step 04 - Understanding IAM AWS Managed and Customer Managed Policies

  • Step 05 - Exploring IAM Inline Policies

  • Step 06 - Connecting to AWS Services from Command Line

  • Step 07 - 01 - Creating an IAM role to connect to S3 from EC2

  • Step 08 - Quick Review of IAM - Users, Roles and Groups

  • Step 08 - ZZ - Quick Introduction to Instance Profiles 89dB

  • Step 09 - Exploring IAM Scenarios

  • Step 10 - Exploring IAM Cross Account Access using Roles

  • Step 11 - Understanding Federation with IAM Roles

  • Step 12 - Understanding Web Identity Federation with IAM Roles

  • Step 13 - Exploring Identity Based and Resource Based Policies

  • Step 14 - Quick Review of IAM with Scenario Questions

  • Step 15 - Authentication with IAM - A Review

  • Step 16 - Understanding IAM Best Practices

Getting Started - KMS and CloudHSM

  • Step 01 - Understanding Data States, Encryption, KMS and Cloud HSM

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS Key Management Service KMS

  • Step 03 - Connecting AWS KMS with S3 - Server Side Encryption SSE

  • Step 04 - Exploring KMS Customer Master Keys - CMKs

  • Step 05 - How does Server Side Encryption Happen with KMS

  • Step 06 - Exploring KMS APIs

  • Step 07 - Exploring KMS Other APIs and Quotas

  • Step 08 - Using KMS with S3 - Whats happening in the Background?

  • Step 09 - Using KMS with S3 - Usecases

  • Step 10 - Integrating KMS with CloudWatch

  • Step 11 - KMS - Important Things to Remember

  • Step 12 - Getting Started with AWS Cloud HSM

  • Step 13 - Quick Review of Cloud HSM

Getting Started - Amazon VPC

  • Step 01 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon VPC

  • Step 03 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC Subnets

  • Step 04 - Creating Amazon VPC with Public and Private Subnets

  • Step 05 - Public Subnet vs Private Subnet - Internet Gateway

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with NAT Instance and Gateway

  • Step 07 - Exploring NAT Instance vs NAT Gateway

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with NACL

  • Step 09 - Exploring NACL vs Security Groups

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with VPC Flow Logs

  • Step 11 - Understanding VPC Peering

  • Step 12 - Connecting On Premises with AWS - Direct Connect and VPN

  • Step 13 - Understanding VPC Endpoints - Gateway and Interface

  • Step 14 - Reviewing Important Networking Concepts in AWS

Getting Started - Databases in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Databases

  • Step 02 - Understanding Challenges with Choosing Databases

  • Step 03 - Understanding Availability and Durability of Databases

  • Step 04 - Understanding RTO and RPO

  • Step 05 - Understanding Read Replicas for Databases

  • Step 06 - Understanding Importance of Database Consistency

  • Step 07 - Exploring Different Database Categories

  • Step 08 - Exploring Relations Databases for OLTP and OLAP Use cases (RDS and RedShift)

  • Step 09 - Exploring the differences between OLTP and OLAP Databases

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with Document Databases (DocumentDB)

  • Step 11 - Exploring Key Value Databases (DocumentDB)

  • Step 12 - Quick Look at Graph Databases (Neptune)

  • Step 13 - Quick Look at In Memory Databases (ElastiCache)

  • Step 14 - Quick Review of Database Options

  • Step 15 - Scenarios Review of Database Options

Getting Started - Amazon RDS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with RDS - AWS Relational OLTP Database

  • Step 02 - Responsibilities for RDS - You vs AWS

  • Step 03 - Exploring options in creating RDS Databases

  • Step 04 - Creating Your First RDS Database in AWS

  • Step 05 - Creating an EC2 instance to connect to RDS Database

  • Step 06 - Connecting to RDS Database from EC2 instance and creating tables

  • Step 07 - Exploring Options on an Existing Your First RDS Database in AWS

  • Step 08 - Understanding Multi-AZ Deployments of RDS

  • Step 09 - Understanding Read Replicas of RDS

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with Amazon Aurora Database

  • Step 11 - Exploring UI for Amazon Arora Database

  • Step 12 - Exploring Other RDS Database Engines

  • Step 13 - Architecture - Managing Scaling of Your RDS Databases

  • Step 14 - Architecture - Managing Operations for RDS Databases

  • Step 15 - Architecture - Managing Security and Encryption for RDS

  • Step 16 - Architecture - Managing Costs for Your RDS Databases

  • Step 17 - Quick Review - When to use RDS

  • Step 18 - RDS Review with A Few Scenarios

Getting Started - Amazon DynamoDB

  • Step 01 - Introduction to DynamoDB

  • Step 02 - Understanding DynamoDB Hierarchy - Tables Items and Attributes

  • Step 03 - Exploring DynamoDB Data Types

  • Step 04 - Playing with DynamoDB

  • Step 05 - Exploring DynamoDB Primary Key and Partitions

  • Step 06 - Understanding DynamoDB - Local Secondary Index - LSI

  • Step 07 - Understanding DynamoDB - Global Secondary Index - GSI

  • Step 08 - Understanding DynamoDB Data Consistency Levels

  • Step 09 - Understanding DynamoDB Capacity Modes - Provisioned and OnDemand

  • Step 10 - Understanding DynamoDB Read Write Capacity Calculations - 1

  • Step 11 - Understanding DynamoDB Read Write Capacity Calculations - 2

  • Step 12 - Exploring DynamoDB - Query vs Scan

  • Step 13 - Creating a Cloud9 Environment

  • Step 14 - Playing with DynamoDB APIs from Cloud9 Command Line

  • Step 15 - Exploring DynamoDB - Projection and Filter Expressions

  • Step 16 - Exploring DynamoDB - Pagination

  • Step 17 - Exploring Other DynamoDB API

  • Step 18 - Exploring DynamoDB API Errors

  • Step 19 - Exploring DynamoDB - TTL - Time To Live Attribute

  • Step 20 - Designing DynamoDB Tables - Choosing Partition Keys

  • Step 21 - Designing DynamoDB Tables - Time Series Data

  • Step 22 - 01 - Understanding Optimistic Locking with DynamoDB

  • Step 22 - 02 - Exploring DynamoDB Best Practices

  • Step 22 - 03 - IAM Policy - Restrict User Access on DynamoDB and S3

  • Step 23 - DynamoDB - Things to Remember

  • Step 24 - Exploring DynamoDB Streams

  • Step 25 - Taking care of Operations for DynamoDB

  • Step 26 - Taking care of Security for DynamoDB - IAM, and Encryption

  • Step 27 - Comparing DynamoDB with RDS

  • Step 28 - Exploring DAX - DynamoDB Accelerator

  • Step 29 - Exploring DynamoDB Scenarios

Getting Started - Amazon SQS, Amazon SNS, and Amazon MQ

  • Step 01 - Understanding Need for Asynchronous Communication

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with SQS

  • Step 03 - Sending and Receiving a Messaging using SQS - Best Case

  • Step 04 - Understanding Lifecycle of a Message on an SQS Queue

  • Step 05 - Implementing AutoScaling with SQS

  • Step 06 - Understanding Important SQS Configuration

  • Step 07 - Implementing Security for Your SQS Queues

  • Step 08 - 01 - Creating an Amazon SQS Queue and Playing with Messages

  • Step 08 - 02 - Sending and Receiving SQS Messages from an EC2 instance

  • Step 08 - 03 - IAM Role - Trust Policy

  • Step 09 - Identifying Duplicate Messages in SQS using DeDuplication ID

  • Step 10 - Exploring Amazon SQS APIs

  • Step 11 - Exploring Amazon SQS API - Receive Message

  • Step 12 - Exploring Amazon SQS Scenarios

  • Step 13 - Getting Started with Simple Notification Service - SNS

  • Step 14 - YY - Creating an SNS Topic and Registering a Lambda to Subscribe

  • Step 15 - ZZ - Registering an SQS Queue as a subscriber to an SNS Topic

  • Step 16 - Getting Started with Amazon MQ

Getting Started - Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Streaming Data

  • Step 02 - Handling simple streams with S3 Notifications

  • Step 03 - Handling simple streams with DynamoDB Streams

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 05 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

  • Step 06 - Understanding Hierarchy of Kinesis Streams

  • Step 07 - Exploring Kinesis Streams - Resharding

  • Step 08 - Exploring Kinesis Streams API

  • Step 09 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose

  • Step 10 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Analytics

  • Step 11 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

  • Step 12 - Exploring Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 13 - Exploring Kinesis Streams - Scenario Questions

Getting Started - Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 01 - Understanding the Need for CDN - CloudFront

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 03 - Understanding an Amazon CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 04 - Setting Cache Behaviors for Amazon CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 05 - Creating Private Content with Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 06 - Creating Signed URLs and Cookies with Amazon CloudFront

  • Step 07 - Protecting content in S3 using Amazon CloudFront OAI

  • Step 08 - 01 - Creating a CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 08 - 02 - Exploring CloudFront Distribution

  • Step 09 - Recommended Architecture for Static Content in AWS

  • Step 10 - Quick Review of Amazon CloudFront

Getting Started - Route 53

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Route 53 - AWS Domain Registrar and DNS

  • Step 02 - Understanding Route 53 - DNS Records and Alias Records

  • Step 03 - Understanding Route 53 Routing Policies

  • Step 04 - Creating a Hosted Zone with Route 53 and Exploring Routing Policies

  • Step 05 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 1

  • Step 06 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 2

  • Step 07 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 3

Getting Started - DevOps in AWS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with DevOps

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with CI-CD - Continous Integration and Deployment

  • Step 03 - Understanding DevOps Tools in AWS - CI-CD

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with IAC - Infrastructure as Code

  • Step 05 - Understanding DevOps Tools in AWS - IAC - CloudFormation and SAM

  • Step 06 - Getting Started with AWS CodeCommit

  • Step 07 - Playing with AWS CodeCommit

  • Step 08 - Getting Started with AWS CodeBuild

  • Step 09 - Understanding AWS CodeBuild Buildspec file

  • Step 10 - Exploring Docker Example for AWS CodeBuild Buildspec

  • Step 11 - Running AWS CodeBuild in a VPC

  • Step 12 - Getting Started with AWS CodeDeploy

  • Step 13 - Understanding AWS CodeDeploy Deployment Types

  • Step 14 - Understanding AWS CodeDeploy Components

  • Step 15 - Running AWS CodeDeploy on EC2 and On-Premises

  • Step 16 - Running AWS CodeDeploy for Lambda Functions

  • Step 17 - Running AWS CodeDeploy for ECS - Elastic Container Service

  • Step 18 - Exploring CodeDeploy - Order of Hooks Execution

  • Step 19 - Exploring CodeDeploy - Rollbacks

  • Step 20 - Getting started with AWS CodePipeline

  • Step 21 - DevOps with AWS CodePipeline - 01

  • Step 22 - DevOps with AWS CodePipeline - 02

  • Step 23 - Using CodeStar - Develop and Deploy to AWS in Minutes

  • Step 24 - Exploring DevOps Scenarios

Getting Started - AWS CloudFormation

  • Step 01 - Getting started with AWS CloudFormation

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates

  • Step 03 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Terminology

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates - Important Elements

  • Step 05 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Resources

  • Step 06 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Parameters and Pseudo Parameters

  • Step 07 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - CreationPolicy

  • Step 08 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Common Resource Attributes

  • Step 09 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Conditions

  • Step 10 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Mappings

  • Step 11 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Outputs

  • Step 12 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Transform

  • Step 13 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - Ref

  • Step 14 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - GetAtt

  • Step 15 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - FindInMap

  • Step 16 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - Join

  • Step 17 - Understanding Other AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions

  • Step 18 - 01 - Playing with AWS CloudFormation - 01

  • Step 18 - 01 - Playing with AWS CloudFormation - 02

  • Step 18 - 02 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Execution Statuses

  • Step 19 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Cross Stack Reference

  • Step 20 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Nested Stacks

  • Step 21 - Comparing Nested Stacks with Cross Stack

  • Step 22 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation - Stack Set

  • Step 23 - AWS CloudFormation - Important Things to Remember

  • Step 24 - AWS CloudFormation vs Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 25 - Learning more about AWS CloudFormation

Getting Started - SAM

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with SAM - Serverless Application Model

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS SAM - Installing Required Tools

  • Step 03 - Creating and Deploying a Serverless Application with AWS SAM

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS SAM Template

  • Step 05 - Exploring AWS resources created by SAM - Lambda, API Gateway, and CloudFormation Stack

  • Step 06 - Configuring HTTP API Gateway and Exploring Change Sets

  • Step 07 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model Template

  • Step 08 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model CLI Commands

  • Step 09 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model CLI Policy Templates

  • Step 10 - Exploring SAM - Scenario Questions

Going Deeper with EC2

  • Step 01 - Getting started with Scalability - Horizontal and Vertical Scaling

  • Step 02 - Understanding EC2 Tenancy - Shared vs Dedicated

  • Step 03 - Getting started with EC2 Pricing Models

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with EC2 On-Demand and Spot Instances

  • Step 05 - Understanding EC2 Reserved Instances

  • Step 06 - Understanding EC2 Savings Plans

  • Step 07 - Quick Review of EC2 Pricing Models

  • Step 08 - Exploring EC2 Placement Groups

  • Step 09 - Exploring EC2 Placement Groups - Continued

  • Step 10 - Exploring Elastic Network Interface

  • Step 11 - Exploring Elastic Network Interface - Hands-On

  • Step 12 - Monitoring EC2 Instances with Amazon CloudWatch

Getting Started - Block and File Storage in AWS

  • Step 01 - Understanding Storage Types - Block Storage vs File Storage

  • Step 02 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - Instance Store

  • Step 03 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - EBS

  • Step 04 - 01 - Creating EC2 Instances with Elastic Block Storage Volumes

  • Step 04 - 02 - Playing with EC2 Instances and Elastic Block Storage Volumes

  • Step 04 - 03 - Mounting Elastic Block Storage onto an EC2 Instance

  • Step 04 - 04 - Mounting Elastic Block Storage onto an EC2 Instance

  • Step 05 - Exploring Instance Store vs EBS Elastic Block Storage

  • Step 06 - Exploring Elastic Block Storage - HDD vs SSD

  • Step 07 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 1

  • Step 08 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 2

  • Step 09 - Quick Review of AWS Storage Options

  • Step 10 - Exploring AWS Storage Gateway - Hybrid Storage

Getting Started - AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 01 - Introduction to AWS Managed Services - IAAS, PAAS, CAAS, FAAS, and Serverless-27102020

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS Elastic BeanStalk

  • Step 03 - 01 - Creating your first AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment with Python

  • Step 03 - 02 - Exploring AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 04 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Concepts

  • Step 05 - Understanding AWS Elastic BeanStalk Web Tier

  • Step 06 - Understanding AWS Elastic BeanStalk Worker Tier

  • Step 07 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Source Bundle

  • Step 08 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Configuration Files

  • Step 09 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Deployment Methods

  • Step 10 - Reviewing AWS Elastic BeanStalk Deployment Methods

  • Step 11 - Deploying New Version to AWS Elastic BeanStalk

  • Step 12 - AWS Elastic BeanStalk - Things to Remember

Getting Started - Container Orchestration with AWS ECS

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Microservices and Containers

  • Step 02 - Getting Started with Container Orchestration - ECS, Fargate, and Kubernetes

  • Step 03 - Creating your first ECS Fargate cluster

  • Step 04 - Playing with the ECS Farage Cluster - Tasks and Service

  • Step 05 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Clusters

  • Step 06 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Definition

  • Step 07 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Permissions

  • Step 08 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Service

  • Step 09 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Placement

  • Step 10 - ECS - Elastic Container Service - Things to Remember

  • Step 11 - Running Containers in Elastic Beanstalk

  • Step 12 - Running Docker Containers in AWS

  • Step 13 - Getting Started with Elastic Container Repository - ECR

  • Step 14 - Exploring Docker Commands - Quick Reference

  • Step 15 - Pushing Docker Images to Elastic Container Repository - ECR

Going Deeper into Serverless with AWS

  • Step 01 - Understanding Event Source Mapping of Lambda Functions

  • Step 02 - Exploring Integration of AWS Lambda with Application Load Balancer

  • Step 03 - Exploring Integration of IAM with Lambda Function - Execution Role

  • Step 04 - Exploring Integration of IAM with Lambda Function - Resource Based Policy

  • Step 05 - Exploring Integration of CloudWatch Logs with Lambda Function

  • Step 06 - Running Lambda Functions in a VPC

  • Step 07 - Exploring API Gateway - CORS Configuration

  • Step 08 - Comparing API Gateway HTTP API vs REST API

  • Step 09 - Exploring API Gateway - Canary Releases

  • Step 10 - Exploring API Gateway - Throttling

  • Step 12 - Integration API Gateway with IAM - Resource-Based Policies

  • Step 13 - Monitoring Your API Gateway

  • Step 14 - Deploying Lambda Functions using CloudFormation - Inline

  • Step 15 - Creating Lambda Deployment Packages

  • Step 16 - Deploying Lambda Functions using CloudFromation - S3

  • Step 17 - Understanding AWS Lambda Quotas

  • Step 18 - Deploying SAM with CodeDeploy

  • Step 19 - Getting Started with AWS AppSync

  • Step 20 - Serverless Orchestration with AWS Step Functions

  • Step 21 - Exploring AWS Step Functions

  • Step 22 - Getting Started with Amazon Simple Workflow Service - SWF

Getting Started - Tracing with X-Ray

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with X-Ray

  • Step 02 - How does Tracing work with X-Ray?

  • Step 03 - Implementing Tracing with X-Ray

  • Step 04 - Sending Traces using X-Ray Daemon

  • Step 05 - Understanding X-Ray hierarchy - Segments and SubSegments

Getting Started - AWS CloudTrail and AWS Config

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS CloudTrail

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS CloudTrail

  • Step 03 - Getting Started with AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

  • Step 04 - Configuring AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

  • Step 05 - Exploring Results from AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

Getting Started - Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 02 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Metrics

  • Step 03 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Dashboards Alarms and Logs

  • Step 04 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Metrics, Events, and Container Insights

  • Step 05 - Understanding Amazon CloudWatch Metrics Terminology

  • Step 06 - Publishing Custom Metrics to Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 07 - Amazon CloudWatch Metrics - Good to Know

  • Step 08 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Logs

  • Step 09 - Collecting Amazon CloudWatch Logs from EC2 and On-Premises

  • Step 10 - Filtering Amazon CloudWatch Logs and Generating Metrics

  • Step 11 - 01 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Alarms

  • Step 11 - 02 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Alarms - Terminology

  • Step 12 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Events

  • Step 13 - Comparing Amazon CloudWatch Events vs EventBridge

Getting Started - AWS CLI and STS API

  • Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS CLI

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS CLI Options

  • Step 03 - Playing with AWS CLI

  • Step 04 - Exploring Options to log in to AWS CLI

  • Step 05 - Exploring Profiles in AWS CLI

  • Step 06 - Exploring Configuration Precedence in AWS CLI

  • Step 07 - Getting Started with AWS Security Token Service - STS

  • Step 08 - Exploring AWS Security Token Service - STS APIs

Getting Started - CORS and Configuration Management in AWS

  • Step 01 - What is CORS - Cross-Origin Resource Sharing?

  • Step 02 - Implementing CORS in AWS - S3 and API Gateway

  • Step 03 - What is Configuration Management?

  • Step 04 - Configuration Management for AWS Lambda - Environment Variables

  • Step 05 - Configuration Management in AWS - Parameter Store

  • Step 06 - Secrets Management in AWS - AWS Secrets Manager

Getting Started - Caching in AWS

  • Step 01 - What is Caching?

  • Step 02 - Exploring Caching Strategies - Write Through and Lazy Loading

  • Step 03 - Comparing Caching Strategies - Write Through and Lazy Loading

  • Step 04 - Getting Started with Amazon ElastiCache - Memcached and Redis

  • Step 05 - Comparing Amazon ElastiCache - Memcached vs Redis

  • Step 06 - Comparing Amazon ElastiCache vs DAX DynamoDB Accelerator

  • Step 07 - Caching Application Sessions in AWS

More AWS Services

  • Step 00 - Understanding AWS Data Lakes Query in Place Options

  • Step 01 - Exploring Service Quotas

  • Step 02 - Exploring AWS Directory Service

  • Step 03 - Exploring AWS Global Accelerator

  • Step 04 - Implementing Conditions in S3 Bucket Policy

Getting Started - Well-Architected Framework

  • Step 01 - Well-Architected Framework - Introduction

  • Step 02 - Well-Architected Framework - Operational Excellence Pillar

  • Step 03 - Well-Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 1

  • Step 04 - Well-Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 2

  • Step 05 - Well-Architected Framework - Reliability Pillar

  • Step 06 - Well-Architected Framework - Loosely Coupled Architectures

  • Step 07 - Well-Architected Framework - Troubleshooting on AWS

  • Step 08 - Well-Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar

  • Step 09 - Well-Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar - Choosing the right solution

  • Step 10 - Well-Architected Framework - Cost Optimization Pillar

  • Step 11 - Shared Responsibility Model - AWS and Customer - Security and Compliance

Getting Ready for AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Step 01 - Recommended Resources - AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Step 02 - Register for - AWS Certified Developer Associate

  • Step 03 - My Recommendations for the AWS Certified Developer Associate Exam

  • Step 04 - Congratulations

Jupyter Notebook Server with AWS EC2 and AWS VPC

Build a Cloud Server to run your Jupyter Notebooks

Created by Justin Mitchel - Coding Entrepreneur & Teacher - 568,000+ Students

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Students: 17248, Price: Free

Students: 17248, Price:  Free

One of the challenges of writing programs is having the ability to pick up where you left off. Jupyter Notebooks do this very well because they allow for interactive running of code, keep results in memory, and empower data scientists and programmers everywhere to build interesting things.

Jupyter is an interactive notebook which allows you to run code right inside the notebook. This is good for many reasons:

  1. Notebooks, like actual books, can be shared easily

  2. While running a notebook, the "state", is remembered: run some code and it' remembers the results of that code

  3. Notebooks easily layout the process of a given program into a story-like progression that anyone can pick up and use.

If you've never worked with Jupyter Notebooks before, I highly recommend that you do.

This course is about bringing Jupyter Notebooks to the AWS Cloud. We'll be preparing a AWS Virtual Private Cloud, Subnets, Internet Gateways, Route Tables, and more so that we can provision AWS EC2 instances securely and effectively.

Once we have an EC2 instance, we can configure nginx, supervisor, and Jupyter so we can run it automatically on a public IP address... check out the first video for more on this.

AWS RDS Databases – Fast Track

Fast-track training to work with relational databases on AWS Cloud using AWS Relational Database Service.

Created by Siddharth Mehta - Enterprise Cloud Architect, Published Author, Cloud Geek

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Students: 16849, Price: Free

Students: 16849, Price:  Free

Hi! Welcome to the AWS RDS Databases - Fast Track Training, the only comprehensive and most impactful course on AWS RDS that is available FREE of Cost. This is the only course you would need to get started with AWS RDS.

This course is taught by an Enterprise Cloud Architect, who leads large teams of junior architects in the real world, who has an industry experience of close to two decades in the IT industry, who is a published author, and leads technology architecture of XXX million dollar projects on cloud for multi-national clients.

This course teaches to work with the following AWS RDS Databases along with its related client tools like HeidiSQL, PgAdmin and Oracle SQL Developer. So if you are new to AWS RDS or are preparing for a quick technical discussion on AWS RDS with very limited time at hand, this is the perfect course for you.

  • MariaDB is one of the most popular database servers in the world. It’s made by the original developers of MySQL and guaranteed to stay open source. Organizations like Wikipedia, WordPress and Google uses MariaDB. It is an enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL. MariaDB is used because it is fast, scalable and robust, with a rich ecosystem of storage engines, plugins and many other tools make it very versatile for a wide variety of use cases. MariaDB is developed as open source software and as a relational database it provides an SQL interface for accessing data.

  • PostgreSQL is the one of the world’s most advanced open source and popular database. PostgreSQL runs on all major operating systems, including Linux, UNIX (AIX, BSD, HP-UX, macOS, Solaris), and Windows. It is abbreviated as Postgres because of ubiquitous support for the SQL standard among relational databases.

  • Oracle is a proprietary multi-model database management system from Oracle Corporation. It is a database commonly used for running online transaction processing (OLTP), data warehousing (DW) and mixed (OLTP & DW) database workloads.

This course is composed of almost 90% labs and also covers the fundamental theory of important AWS RDS Concepts with some basic FAQs as well. After pursuing this course, if you have any questions related to the subject or need suggestions about pursuing the next course related to AWS data services, please do not hesitate to contact me.

I hope to see you soon in the class !

Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2: An Introduction

Gain Basic Understanding on AWS Virtual Cloud Servers

Created by Dr Monjur Ahmed - Experienced Educator

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Students: 15396, Price: Free

Students: 15396, Price:  Free

Overall Course Objective:

Gain a fair introductory level understanding on AWS EC2.

Pre-requisite: A learner needs to have good understanding on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Computer Networks and IP Addressing. It is also assumed that a learner has an idea on what is Amazon Web Services (AWS), as this course does NOT provide an overview or introduction to AWS. It is also assumed that a learner knows how to create an AWS account and have an active AWS account. A computer with an Internet connection is required.

 

Learning Outcomes:

1.      Understand what is AWS EC2.

2.      Learn how to deploy virtual network and virtual server on a cloud platform.

3.      Learn how to monitor performance of virtual servers.

4.      Learn how to install web-server on virtual cloud server.

5.      Learn how to allocate IP addresses to virtual cloud servers.

 

Course Outline:

-          Introduction to AWS EC2.

-          Creating key-pair.

-          Launch a virtual server.

-          Monitor virtual servers.

-          Deploying virtual servers in different geographic location.

-          Install webserver on virtual server.

-          Allocate IP addresses to virtual servers.

-          Demonstration on how to launch a WordPress website quickly with few clicks.

 

What a Student will learn?

 

This is a basic course to understand the concepts AWS EC2 in general. This course aims to equip a learner with skills on EC2 to such an extent, so that a learner can master on EC2 through Self-Directed Learning once they successfully complete this course. This course shows how to build virtual cloud infrastructure on AWS. This is a basic and beginner level course on EC2.

AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate – EXAM REVIEW

AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate - Crash Course for AWS Certification Exam. Review in 6 HOURS.

Created by in28Minutes Official - DevOps, Azure, GCP, Docker, Kubernetes, Java & Spring Boot

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Students: 13900, Price: $49.99

Students: 13900, Price:  Paid

Are you preparing for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam?

Do you want to quickly review for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam?

The objective of the course is to help you review for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate exam in less than 6 HOURS! This will help you be in the best frame of mind for your AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate - Certification exam.

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING

EXAM REVIEW - AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

5 STARS - Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Entire certification exam syllabus is packed in easily understandable well organized slides. Must have for anyone preparing for the exam. Thanks Ranga for all your efforts .

5 STARS - I really like the idea of reviewing the concepts and helping me to refresh the concepts

5 STARS - I took up your course for 20 days and able to pass AWS cloud practioner and AWS Solution Architect Associate in one attempt.

STEP BY STEP DETAILS

  • 0001 - Course Overview - Exam Review - AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0002 - Cloud, AWS Regions and Availability Zones

  • 0003 - Overview of Compute Services in AWS

  • 0004 - Virtual Servers in AWS - EC2 - Elastic Compute Cloud

  • 0005 - EC2 for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0006 - Load Balancers in AWS - ELB

  • 0007 - ELB - Elastic Load Balancing - for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0008 - Simplifying Compute in AWS with Elastic Beanstalk, ECS and ECR

  • 0009 - Serverless in AWS with AWS Lambda

  • 0010 - Object Storage in AWS - Amazon S3

  • 0011 - Object Storage in AWS - Amazon S3 and Glacier - Scenarios

  • 0012 - Authentication and Authorization in AWS - Identity and Access Mgmt (IAM)

  • 0013 - Data Encryption with KMS and CloudHSM

  • 0014 - VPC in-depth for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0015 - Connecting AWS with On-Premises - VPN, Direct Connect and more

  • 0016 - Databases in AWS - An overview

  • 0017 - Relational OLTP Database in AWS - Amazon RDS and Amazon Aurora

  • 0018 - RDS for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0019 - DynamoDB for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0020 - Datawarehouse in AWS - Amazon Redshift

  • 0021 - Data Lakes in AWS

  • 0022 - Storage in AWS - EBS, EFS, and Storage Gateway

  • 0023 - Architecting Loosely Coupled Applications with Amazon SQS and Amazon SNS

  • 0024 - Architecting Streaming Applications with Amazon Kinesis

  • 0025 - Routing and Content Delivery in AWS - Route 53 and CloudFront

  • 0026 - DevOps for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0027 - API Management in AWS with API Gateway

  • 0028 - Authenticating API and Users with Amazon Cognito

  • 0029 - More Serverless - Advanced Lambda, AppSync, SWF and Step Functions

  • 0030 - Monitoring and Governance in AWS - CloudTrail, Config, CloudWatch and X-Ray

  • 0031 - CORS, Configuration Management and Caching in AWS

  • 0032 - Moving Data between AWS and On-Premises

  • 0033 - Security in AWS - Shield, WAF, Macie, GuardDuty, and more

  • 0034 - Management Services in AWS - Organizations, Trusted Advisor and more

  • 0035 - Shared Responsibility Model - AWS and Customer

  • 0036 - AWS - Well-Architected Framework

  • 0037 - Register for the certification exam - AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate

  • 0038 - My Recommendations for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam

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AWS EC2 Fast and Simple

Spin up an EC2 Server with Linux, EBS, NGINX, Java, Node.js, Tomcat8 and MongoDB

Created by Tom Jay - Mobile development Instructor

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Students: 13468, Price: Free

Students: 13468, Price:  Free

I've been told that Amazon AWS is very difficult and that it takes a huge learning curve just to spin up a server.

I've been working with AWS EC2 and S3 since the start, yes things change, yes fairly often but once you understand the basics is simple.

This course will go over how to select an Amazon Instance for Linux, create the instance running and show how to SSH into the machine. You will learn how to setup NGINX, Oracle Java 8, Tomcat8, Node.js and MongoDB.

In less tehn 30 minutes you will have a server up and running and log into the instance. 

Starting your Career with Amazon AWS

If you are looking forward to starting a career in cloud computing with Amazon AWS, you must watch this course first.

Created by Andrew I - Cloud Computing Instructor

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Students: 13006, Price: Free

Students: 13006, Price:  Free

Did you know that the average pay of entry-level professionals is $124,300?

If one thing is certain in IT, it’s never too late to cash in on the cloud. As the cloud becomes more critical to IT and the business at large, demand for cloud skills will only grow. But proving you have the right skills and knowledge in a competitive job market can be difficult. If you’re looking for an extra edge in landing a new job or promotion, cloud certification can be a great option.

A Forbes article on cloud computing forecasts summarizes key statistics regarding the current cloud computing landscape and also includes a look to the future. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the dominant cloud computing player and achieved an incredible 43 percent year-over-year growth. According to Wikibon predictions, AWS revenue should top $43 billion by 2022. AWS is followed closely by Microsoft Azure and the Google Cloud Platform.

A close examination of what's available to IT professionals by way of cloud-related certifications shows a large and growing number of credentials. For 2019, the best cloud certifications include both vendor-neutral and vendor-specific certification options from some top players in the market. However, certification providers watch technology areas carefully, and seldom jump into any of them until clear and strong interest has been indisputably established.

The big question is... What Cloud Certification track should you start with?

No matter which direction you choose, cloud certifications are sure to take your career to the next level. Here’s my round-up of the most sought after cloud computing certifications you should consider.

Master Amazon EC2 Basics with 10 Labs

Learn key EC2 concepts with 10 different labs. Become a better cloud practitioner and pass the AWS Certification Exams

Created by Saurav Sharma - AWS/DevOps Engineer

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Students: 12799, Price: Free

Students: 12799, Price:  Free

Hi Everyone!

This lab-driven course on EC2 helps AWS Beginners master Amazon EC2 . Students of this course can apply this knowledge to understand EC2 better and to pass AWS certification exams. EC2 is a key component of AWS and it is important to have comprehensive understanding of EC2 in succeed in an AWS environment.

This course is created and delivered by 7x AWS Certified Cloud Engineer.

The course consists of:

3 Lectures. We will demo EC2 launch process over the demo.

- 10 Labs

The lecture is divided into 3 parts: each part consists of about 7 must know facts.

You will also see a live demo of the EC2 launch process as we discuss several aspects of EC2.

After the Lecture we have 10 Labs to help you master EC2. Each lab has it own separate video.

LABS:

Lab 1: Create a basic Linux EC2 Instance

Lab 2:  Create a basic Windows EC2 Instance

Lab 3:  Install Apache Web server and create a Golden Image (AMI)

Lab 4: EC2 Permissions with IAM Roles

Lab 5: AWS EC2 Command Line Interface Commands

Lab 6: Create an EC2 Instance with Instance store as volume

Lab 7: Setup EC2 Auth with password and automate process with Userdata

Lab 8: Install the Unified Cloudwatch Agent and collect EC2 Custom Metrics

Lab 9: Collect EC2 Apache access logs with Cloudwatch Agent

Lab 10: Use Marketplace AMI to install Wordpress, enable termination protection, create backups

 

Please let us know if you have any questions . Don't forget to leave us some feedback.