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Duration
24 hours
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1 year
Certification
AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional
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Overview

AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification:

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification course is geared for people who want to gain an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud platform. The course will provide an overall understanding of: AWS core services, security, pricing and support services.

Getting this certification will enable an IT professional to significantly boost their employability portfolio. AWS is the leading cloud services organisation in the world and they have massive expansion planned for 2019. Organisations are actively looking for professionals who have knowledge of the AWS platform in order to advise them on moving towards the cloud.

AWS Solutions Architect Associate:

AWS Certified Solutions Architect certification course is geared for people who want to enhance their skills in AWS to help organisations design and migrate their architecture to the cloud. This is the next step after obtaining your Cloud Practitioners Certification. This course will develop your skills your learned from the Cloud Practitioners Course in further detail. We cover a broad range of topics with a specific concentration on High Availability, EC2, VPC, Storage and Overall Management of the AWS Console.

The AWS Certified DevOps Engineer

This professional exam validates technical expertise in provisioning, operating, and managing distributed application systems on the AWS platform. Exam concepts you should understand for this exam include the ability to:

  • Implement and manage continuous delivery systems and methodologies on AWS
  • Understand, implement, and automate security controls, governance processes, and compliance validation
  • Define and deploy monitoring, metrics, and logging systems on AWS
  • Implement systems that are highly available, scalable, and self healing on the AWS platform
  • Design, manage, and maintain tools to automate operational processes
  • Two or more years’ experience provisioning, operating, and managing AWS environments
  • Experience developing code in at least one high-level programming language
  • Experience in automation and testing via scripting/programming
  • Understanding of agile and other development processes and methodologies

Requirements

  • AWS FREE Tier account is needed. You would require a valid credit card for AWS account creation
  • Be able to commit to learning and homework, quizzes, and assignments

Who this course is for:

  • IT Professional who wish to gain additional skills and get AWS certifications
  • Cloud computing professionals and beginners to enhance skill set
  • Anyone who want to gain a solid understanding of AWS and get certified to validate skills

Certification

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional

Awarded by Amazon AWS

Description

Course Curriculum

Introduction

Introduction (5:26)

Course Structure & Agenda (13:12)

Example of AWS Certificate (1:48)

AWS Management Console (4:05)

EC2 Dashboard Experience (3:55)

DevOps Engineer Domains Exam Guide - Download Resource

Download Syllabus

AWS Cloud Practitioner

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Introduction (1:30)

What is cloud computing (10:41)

Looking at the AWS Console (5:04)

Creating a Billing Alert (5:19)

Creating AWS Budget Report

AWS Compute (9:25)

Launching an EC2 Instance (11:14)

Best Practices for EC2 Instance

Launching and Configuring EC2 Instances (14:39)

Launching an EC2 Instance (new) (14:39)

Identity and access management (16:25)

Creating Users and Groups (12:35)

Storage - S3 (9:10)

Creating an S3 Bucket (10:55)

Storage - Elastic Block Storage (EBS) (8:04)

Creating an EBS Volume (5:01)

Storage - Elastic File Storage (EFS) (3:16)

Relational Database Service (RDS) (7:31)

Creating a MySQL DB Instance (9:04)

Aurora Database (3:43)

A look at Aurora DB (11:14)

AWS Migration (10:40)

Well-Architected Tool (13:15)

Intro to Virtual Private Cloud (6:07)

Creating a VPC (9:01)

Cloudfront (6:05)

Creating Cloud Front Distribution (6:13)

Route53 (6:58)

AWS Route 53 Hand-On (7:30)

Elastic Load Balancer (3:36)

Demo - Elastic Load Balancer (6:19)

Management Tools (10:23)

Demo - Management Tools (9:41)

Messaging Tools (SQS and SNS) (4:51)

Cloud Practitioner Exam

AWS Cloud Architect

AWS Certified Solutions Architect Test Taking Strategy (3:45)

AWS Best Practices (7:18)

AWS Well Architected Framework (2:53)

Billing Alert Quick Check (1:34)

IAM Users (4:33)

IAM Roles (8:44)

IAM Policies (5:18)

IAM Best Practices

AWS Cognito (5:22)

AWS Regions & Availability Zones

Virtual Private Cloud Basics (10:30)

Virtual Private Cloud Security (4:01)

Virtual Private Cloud Networking Components (10:41)

Auto Scaling (10:15)

Creating an AutoScaling Group (9:38)

Configuring AutoScaling (3:18)

CloudFront (3:56)

Route53 (7:40)

A look at Route53 (7:30)

Hosting a domain with Route53 (5:00)

S3 Storage (15:10)

Elastic Block Storage (EBS) (7:04)

Elastic File Storage (EFS) (3:40)

Creating an EFS Volume (3:37)

DynamoDB Database (4:48)

Messaging Tools (SQS and SNS) (9:32)

Creating a CloudWatch Event (4:01)

Practice Test Solutions Architect Associate Exam

Solutions Architect Associate Exam

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer

What You Need To Know (4:10)

Installing AWS CLI (12:45)

AWS Automation Tools (9:51)

AWS Developer Tools (18:01)

Installing & Configuring AWS SDK Toolkit for Eclipse (12:55)

Using GitHub & Fork Repository (2:03)

Install Eclipse IDE Neon (7:25)

Serverless Computing (6:53)

AWS Codestar First Project Java Web Application (18:12)

Important Consideration (5:39)

Working With AWS Lambda API Gateway (7:04)

Import Java Project in Eclipse IDE Neon (12:11)

Create a Branch (16:00)

Adding Team Member To Project (3:12)

Switch IDE & Use AWS Cloud9 (8:26)

Complete Java Web Application with Elastic Beanstalk (18:34)

Configure JIRA Bug Tracking (9:32)

Create a New Issue with JIRA (5:51)

Deploying WordPress Blog Using AWS CloudFormation (21:38)

Creating a PHP Web Application (11:05)

Working With AWS CloudFormation Template (14:47)

Working Within Eclipse for DevOps Pipeline (13:13)

Difference Between CI/CD (8:22)

DevOps Engineer Monitoring Metrics Logging

Using PowerShell With AWS (7:37)

AWS Tools For PowerShell - Installation (9:16)

PowerShell Commands Usage With AWS (13:55)

Using AWS CloudWatch For EC2 Instance (13:15)

Monitoring With AWS CloudTrail Logs (13:42)

Autoscaling (12:29)

Monitoring Billing Dashboard (4:28)

Monitoring Cost Management Dashboard (3:15)

Using Third Party Tools: CHEF-PUPPET (6:27)

AWS Trusted Advisor (8:57)

DevOps Engineer Security-Governance-Validation

SGV-Governance At Scale (11:48)

SGV - Checklist (9:04)

Well Architected AWS Framework - 5 Pillars (2:53)

Best Practices CI/CD DevOps (6:30)

Test Your Knowledge – Take a Quick Quiz

AWS Jenkins CI Deployment - DevOps Engineer

What You Need To Know & Introduction (3:33)

Prerequisities (2:16)

Setting Up AWS Environment For Jenkins

Creating Security Groups (9:18)

Creating Key Pair (3:58)

Creating AWS Instance (13:23)

Connecting to AWS Instance Putty (9:41)

Installing Jenkins, Java, NGINX (12:13)

Troubleshooting.pdf

Configuring NGINX Proxy (10:04)

Connecting to Jenkins Dashboard (7:47)

Configuring SES (4:03)

Configure SMTP AWS Jenkins (11:19)

Build Server Introduction (3:24)

CreatelAM Role For BuildServer (5:24)

Create Security Group- BuildServer and Key (8:47)

Spin Up Build Server Instance (6:40)

Install Java Git AWSBSCLI on BuildServer (8:53)

Connect Jenkins to Build Server (6:18)

DevOps Tools (9:12)

Continuous Integration CI (7:51)

Connecting Jenkins with GitHub (6:05)

Testing Web-hook- First Jenkins Job (10:21)

Create Environment (10:26)

Grand Finale- RunJob fromGithub to AWS (15:55)

Send Email Notification-Jenk Job (4:48)

Deploying full PHP Application (17:04)

Beanstalk-PHP-Env-App-lab-practice (9:19)

Cleaning up AWS Environment (17:53)

Conclusion (2:03)

Command-Scripts.pdf

Test Your Knowledge – Take a Quick Quiz

DevOps Fundamentals

What Is DevOps - WIIFM (8:43)

Value Of DevOps (8:27)

DevOps History (9:05)

Measuring DevOps (4:34)

Agile Practices That Apply To DevOps (7:51)

Source & Version Control in DevOps (6:56)

DevOps Automation (6:59)

Unified Process Within DevOps (5:50)

Concept Of Git (3:40)

DevOps Principles and Methodology (CI/CD)

Continuous Integration CI and Delivery CD (7:51)

Continuous Testing (7:00)

Configuration Management (3:28)

Release Management (3:18)

Application Performance Monitoring (6:19)

Conclusion (4:43)

AWS QuickSight Data Lake

The Structure and Details (5:05)

Creating Your First Visual With AWS QuickSight (15:34)

AWS QuickSight User Interface (6:04)

Uploading Data To S3 Bucket (4:25)

AWS Athena Glue Creating New Database (13:19)

Making Connection Athena To QuickSight (11:03)

AWS UI Sample DataSet (11:23)

AWS Important Concepts DataLake Athena Glue S3 (12:31)

Upgrading QuickSight To Enterprise & Create Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)-53 (6:02)

Importing CSV File (6:35)

Creating a Basic Filter (6:37)

Creating a Calculated Field (6:28)

Understanding Function Reference (5:00)

Creating Your First Story (6:40)

Publish Your Dashboard For Sharing (3:55)

Exporting Visuals (3:07)

Connecting to Twitter as a Data Source (3:36)

Using Autograph in QuickSight (6:20)

How to Create AWS QuickSight Account (9:14)

Difference Between Microsoft Power BI & AWS QuickSight (5:15)

What is AWS QuickSight Workflow (10:34)

Understanding AWS S3, Athena, and Glue (12:15)

How to Create RDS (MySQL) Connection For QuickSight (13:52)

AWS Architectures

Web Application Service (5:30)

Media and Content (5:12)

Batch Processing (4:57)

HA and Fault Tolerance (6:20)

Advertising Environment (4:40)

Online Gaming (7:29)

File Optimization (5:11)

Media Sharing (7:09)

Downloadable Resources

AWS Resources - Study Purpose

AWS Burstable Performance Instances

Best Practices for Root Access Keys

AWS Security Audit Guidelines

AWS OpsWorks: Best Practices Application Servers

Additional Resources that you can download

Conclusion

AWS New Pricing Calculator (10:39)

DevOps Drivers and Salary Structure (8:27)

Software Developer Life Cycle (SDLC) (11:40)

Course Conclusion (0:52)

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