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.
AWS is the lifeblood of many leading worldwide companies, including Netflix, Expedia, Spotify, and Ubisoft. In fact, AWS holds about 41.5 percent of all installed application workloads. As of 2017, its market share held in at approximately 47 percent, with a whopping Q4 revenue of $3.66 billion.
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.
Included in the course is the chance to chance to explore all of the following technologies:
- API Gateway
- Direct Connect
- Elastic Beanstalk
- Elastic Transcoder
- Load Balancing
- Trusted Advisor
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.
- Introduction to Cloud Computing
- Why Cloud Computing?
- Benefits of Cloud Computing
- Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud
- Service Models (IAAS, PAAS, SAAS)
- Elastic computing
- Introduction to the AWS products
- Regions and Availability Zones
- Signing up for AWS.
- AWS Free usage tier
- Introduction AWS management console
- Take a digital tour of an AWS Data Center
- EC2 Introduction
- Spinning Windows/Linux servers in EC2
- Connecting to Instances using RDP, MobaXTerm, Putty
- EC2 Vertical Scaling Overview and Scale UP and Scale Down Servers
- Security Group Basics and Implementing Security for Real-Time Environments.
- Understanding Block Level Storage using EBS
- Configuring SSD/HDD/Magnetic Storage for Windows and Linux Servers
- Implementing Scaling for EBS Storage.
- Configuring VOLUME-SNAPSHOT-VOLUME Process
- Automating Backups for Instances using Snapshots
- Understanding AMI and its Features
- Creating AMI for Windows/Linux Servers.
- Configuring INSTANCE-AMI-INSTANCE Lifecycle
- Real-time use case for Bootstrapping for EC2 Instances
- Introduction to VPC
- IPv4 Addressing Scheme
- Public and Private IP’s
- Understanding Subnetting
- Elastic IP’s
- Basic VPC configuration
- Implementing Private/Public subnets in VPC
- VPC security
- Inbound and outbound ACL’s
- Deep Dive in to VPC core concepts (Route Tables, Subnets, Internet Gateway)
- Building Custom VPC Network Topology for Real Time Environments
- Implementing NAT (Network Address Translation) in VPC
- Introduction to ELB
- Implementing HA using Load Balancer for Websites
- Understanding ELB Load Distribution using Round Robin Algorithm
- Understanding Health Checks
- Configuring Advanced VPC and Cross-Zone Load Balancing
- Adding and removing instances on ELB
- Introduction to SNS.
- Creating topics and Evaluating ARNs.
- Subscribing using Various Protocols.
- Publishing Notifications using SNS.
- Integrating SNS Topics with CloudWatch and Autoscaling Services.
- Introduction of AWS Monitoring
- Understanding Virtualization
- Making a Status Check Failed Incident manually
- CloudWatch Basic and Detailed Monitoring and Its Features
- Implementing Real-Time monitoring by Integrating with SNS.
- Understanding CloudWatch Logs and Metrics
- Creating Alarms and its Actions
- Configuring Dashboards for Organization Architectures
- Introduction to Relational Databases
- Creating Relational Databases in RDS.
- Connecting to RDS Database Instances using SQLYog
- Installing a WordPress APP using RDS Database
- Automating Backups and Patching for Various Database Engines
- Creating Redundant and Fault Tolerant Databases
- Implementing Read Replicas for Read Heaven databases
- RDS Resilient Architecture using Point-in-Time Recovery
- Configuring Event Notifications for Database Instances
- Understanding Parameter, Option, and Subnet Groups
- Understanding Horizontal vs Vertical scaling
- Understanding Auto Scaling
- Create a launch configuration
- Create an Auto Scaling group
- Understanding Various Scaling Types (Dynamic, Scheduled, Step, Target Tracking Scaling Policies)
- Setting up an auto-scaled, load-balanced Application using Autoscaling
- Introduction of the Domain-Name System
- Buying Domain names at Domain Registrars
- Creating Zones on Route53
- Creating Route53 Records (Address, CNAME, Alias)
- Creating Health Checks in Route53
- Understanding routing policies provided by AWS
- Simple Routing Policy and its Implementation
- Weighted Routing Policy and its Implementation
- Latency Routing Policy and its Implementation
- Failover Routing Policy and its Implementation
- Geolocation Routing Policy and its Implementation
- Routing Policies Use cases and When to use Which Policy
- Introduction to AWS Object Storage
- Creating S3 Buckets and Uploading Data into them
- S3 durability and redundancy
- Various S3 Storage Types (Standard, Infrequent, One Zone)
- Configuring S3 Versioning, Logging, Encryption
- Hosting a Static Website on S3
- Implementing Lifecycle and replication for S3 Buckets
- Understanding S3 Analytics, Metrics and Inventory
- Introduction to Content Delivery Network (CDNs)
- Understanding AWS EDGE Network Locations
- Understanding CloudFront Distributions and Origins
- Implementing CDN for Websites using CloudFront
- Going through CloudFront Reports and Analytics
- CloudFront Security for S3 buckets using OAI (Origin Access Identity)
- Configuring origins and behaviors
- Introduction of IAM Service
- Creating Users and Groups
- Grant Least Privilege
- Configuring a Strong Password Policy for your Users
- Enabling MFA for Privileged Users
- Granting permissions using IAM Policies
- Creating Custom Policies and Associating to Users and Groups
- Understanding Roles
- IAM Access Credentials and its usages
- AWS CLI
- Understanding DevOps tools of AWS
- Automation by Elastic Beanstalk
- Creating an Application Environment using EB
- Application versioning and Deployment
- Clean up of EB Environment
- Introduction to Cloud Formation
- Understanding Stacks and Cloud Former Tool
- Automating a Ruby on Rails Application using Cloud Formation
- Clean up of Cloud formation Environment
- Creating custom Templates using the CloudFormer Tool
- Understanding NOSQL Databases
- Creating a DynamoDB table with Sample Data
- Understanding RCU and WCU of DynamoDB Tables
- Understanding Throttling in DynamoDB
- Creating Alarms in DynamoDB
- Introduction to Glacier Storage
- Creating Vaults
- Uploading data to Vaults
- Key differences between S3 and Glacier
- Introduction to Audit logging by CloudTrail
- Creating Trials
- Storing Trial logs in S3 Buckets
- Introduction to Trusted Advisor
- Understanding Cost Optimization Tab
- Understanding Performance Tab
- Understanding Security Tab
- Understanding Fault Tolerance Tab
- Understanding Service Limits Tab
- Introduction to EFS
- Creating EFS and mounting on Linux Servers
- SQS Overview and implementing polling messages
- SWF Overview
- Introduction to Elastic Transcoder
- Introduction API Gateway
- Introduction to Kinesis and Various types of Kinesis Streams
- Introduction of Lambda
- Implementing a sample script and executing by Lambda
- AWS Direct Connect
- AWS Snowmobile
- Redshift Overview
- Introduction to AWS Pricing
- Understanding AWS Pricing Models (On Demand, Reserved, Spot)
- Best Practices for Cost Optimization
- Introduction to Well Architected Framework
- Security Pillar
- Reliability Pillar
- Performance Efficiency Pillar
- Cost Optimization Pillar
- Operational Excellence Pillar
- List of AWS Certifications
- Enrolling for AWS Certification
- AWS Practice Exam
- Tips and Tricks for Cracking the Exams
- Going through the sample questions and implementing tricks in a live session
We’ll be hosting an html website on S3 bucket, using a static website hosting option on S3. We’ll point the S3 bucket endpoint to a domain name using Route53.
We provide 48 hours of online training, including a live point of contact, along with hands-on assignments.
An interactive, online, live session with an industry expert who serves as your technical trainer/instructor.
A technical team that’s dedicated to answer your questions at any time, regardless of where you’re located.
Lifetime access to our Learning Management System, again, at any time, from anywhere, forever.
The best price, aligning with the quality of our course deliverables.
Upon completion of the course, you’ll appear for an assessment conducted by Cognixia. A course completion certificate will be awarded to those candidates who pass this assessment.
- 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
Cognixia’s instructors are experienced industry experts and innovative thought leaders with rich experience in their respective industries. They’re passionate about passing their knowledge and trade secrets on to each course participant. The instructor for this course is a subject matter expert in cloud computing who has been working with this technology since its inception.
You’ll have lifetime access to our Learning Management System (LMS), including class recordings, presentations, sample code, and projects. You’ll also be able to view recordings of each session. We also have our technical support team ready to assist you with any questions you may have.
Yes, the course completion certificate is provided once you successfully complete the training program. You’ll be evaluated on attendance in the sessions, objective examination scores, and other factors. Based on your overall performance with these parameters, you’ll be certified by Cognixia.
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