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Cloud computing enables a user to focus on their projects and customers without worrying about infrastructure concerns. It not only saves time, money, and effort but also allows users to concentrate on more pressing aspects of their business.

With an annual revenue of $25.65 billion in 2018, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a leader in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), supporting everything from Internet of Things and artificial intelligence to augmented reality and analytics. AWS grew by a whopping 45% in Q4 2018, and it is typically the first beachhead for enterprises before they take to a multi-cloud approach.

AWS offers every benefit you’d expect from the cloud, and is vastly superior to other cloud service providers in the market in terms of data availability and high-transfer stability.

Cognixia’s Cloud Computing with AWS course begins by discussing the basics of AWS and Cloud Computing, then moves on to discussing more advanced concepts such as service models (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). We wrap it all up in a deep dive into details on particular elements of the AWS platform.

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What you'll learn

  • API Gateway
  • Autoscaling
  • CloudFormation
  • CloudFront
  • CloudTrail
  • CloudWatch
  • Direct Connect
  • EC2
  • EFS
  • Elastic Beanstalk
  • Elastic Transcoder
  • Glacier
  • IAM
  • Lambda
  • Load Balancing
  • RedShift
  • RDS
  • Route53
  • S3
  • SNS
  • SQS
  • SWF
  • VPC
  The course encompasses hands-on exercises and real-time use cases to ensure that participants develop a thorough practical understanding of the concepts.


To enrol for Cognixia’s Cloud Computing with AWS course, basic computer knowledge is all you need. Some knowledge of Linux, while not mandatory, is also beneficial.   The course would is an ideal fit for network engineers and system administrators. It’s also great for anybody who has a thorough understanding of the concepts and process of coding and would like to round out their knowledge set. New graduates with a basic background in coding can also take their career ahead with this course.


  • AWS services
  • AWS infrastructure
  • AWS Well-Architected Framework
  • Demo
  • Compute services
  • EC2 instances
  • Storage for EC2 instances
  • Amazon EC2 pricing options
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • IP addressing
  • VPC fundamentals
  • VPC traffic security
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • AWS CloudFormation
  • Infrastructure management
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • Storage services
Storage (Cont.)
  • Amazon S3
  • Shared file systems
  • Data migration tools
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • Principals and identities
  • Security policies
  • Managing multiple accounts
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • VPC endpoints
  • VPC peering
  • Hybrid networking
  • AWS Transit Gateway
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • Database services
  • Amazon RDS
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Database caching
  • Database migration tools
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • Monitoring
  • Alarms and events
  • Load balancing
  • Auto scaling
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • Microservices
  • Containers
  • Container services
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • What is serverless?
  • AWS Lambda
Serverless (cont.)
  • What is serverless?
  • AWS Lambda
  • Amazon API Gateway
  • Amazon SQS
  • Amazon SNS
  • Amazon Kinesis
  • AWS Step Functions
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • Edge fundamentals
  • Amazon Route 53
Edge Services (cont.)
  • Edge fundamentals
  • Amazon Route 53
  • Amazon CloudFront
  • DDoS protection
  • AWS Outposts
  • Demo
  • Hands-On Lab
  • Disaster planning
  • AWS Backup
  • Recovery strategies

Course Description

The on-demand delivery of IT resources over the internet is cloud computing. It enables organizations to access technology services, such as, computing power, storage, databases, etc. as and when required, without having to buy, own and maintain physical data centers.

AWS stands for Amazon Web Services. It is the world’s most comprehensive and widely adopted cloud platform. AWS currently offers over 175 fully featured services from data centers situated all over the world. It leads the cloud platform market in market share, and is the most popular cloud platform across the globe.

Experts believe that the global public cloud market will exceed $330 billion by the end of 2020. Today, on an average a third of the IT budgets in an organization are being spent on cloud services. In the next three years, by 2023, that is, the global cloud computing market would have reached $623.3 billion. This definitely makes it obvious that the global public cloud market looks very positive in the future, and the demand for the cloud is increasing every day.

At present, AWS is world’s top cloud platform with about 32% market share, according to Canalys. In fact, AWS has been the world leader in the cloud market for many years now. When AWS was launched in 2006, it used to offer only a single service then. However, from there till today, AWS has grown manifold as a cloud service provider. AWS actively listens to the users and comes up with strategic partnerships and useful features for the users from time-to-time.
Yes. AWS offers a range of certifications across different specialties and skills, in different levels. There are certifications for solutions architects, DevOps professionals, cloud practitioners, developers, operations professionals, system administrators. There are also AWS certifications for specific areas of expertise, such as, advanced networking, security, machine learning, Alexa skill building, data analytics and databases.
Yes, absolutely! Cognixia’s cloud computing with AWS training course helps participants prepare for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Level examination.
This cloud computing training trains participants on how to architect effective IT solutions on AWS. These acquaints participants with AWS best practices. The course discusses how participants can optimize the recommended design patterns for architecting optimal IT solutions on AWS. This AWS training also covers a range of infrastructure design strategies. The training uses practical case studies and projects, which would help participants grasp how to build and scale more efficient and reliable IT solutions on the AWS cloud environment. Cognixia’s cloud computing with AWS course begins with discussing the basics of AWS and cloud computing, then moving on to more advanced concepts, such as, service models (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS), Amazon Private Virtual Cloud (AWS VPC), etc. The course concludes with details discussions on particular elements of the AWS platform. During the course, the participants will learn about API gateway, CloudFormation, CloudTrail, Direct Connect, EFS, Elastic Transcoder, Identity Access Management (IAM), Load Balancing, Relational Database Service (RDS), Simple Storage service (S3), Simple Queue Service (SQS), Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Autoscaling, CloudFront, Elastic Compute Cloud, Elastic Beanstalk, Glacier, Lambda, Redshift, Route53, Simple Notification Service (SNS) and Simple Workflow Service (SWS).
This AWS training can be taken by recent graduates as well as experienced individuals. Anybody seeking to advance their career by getting certified in AWS, would find this course a thorough and excellent resource to prepare for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate level certification exam.
Yes. In order to make the most of this AWS training, participants need to have basic computer knowledge. Being well-versed with Linux would be beneficial for the participants, though it is not mandatory.

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  • Fresh graduates and experienced individuals with a background in computer science, computer applications and information technology
  • Entrepreneurs/professionals who want to develop cloud-based applications using AWS
  • Anyone seeking an Amazon AWS certification