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What is AWS?
About BigClasses AWS Online Training
The BigClasses AWS Certification Training will equip you the most up to date and necessary learning in all of AWS cloud computing components such as EC2, S3, VPC, SaaS, SES, Redshift, SNS IAM, Cloudfront, Snowball, Glacier to successfully clear the AWS certification exams. An Amazon Web Service (AWS) training will give you practical experience in working with real time cloud computing projects, Amazon Web Services and its components like Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service and private cloud programming. By the end of this course, you will have proficiency in designing, planning and deploying AWS infrastructure, using AWS best practices both through classroom sessions and real time projects. You will learn to successfully manage the entire application cycle from cost evaluation and cost control, Load Balancing, to identifying the right AWS application for best results.
Why should you take the AWS Course and become AWS Certified?
Cloud computing applications and technologies are used in organizations from almost every industry in their critical processes and operations. And, AWS continues to be the leader in cloud services from more than last five years. AWS leads the market in cloud processes, database, storage, delivery systems, and applications that can be scaled to any organization’s needs.
AWS certified professionals are one of the highest paid.
Objectives of This AWS Certification Online Training
BigClasses AWS Courses offer the most in-depth training to help you meet the demand from diverse technology companies. The trainings will set you up on a successful AWS career path.
The AWS Certification Training will equip you with learning and practical experience in –
Amazon cloud computing
Designing, Planning, and Scaling AWS Infrastructure
Using the AWS Best Practices
SaaS, IaaS and PaaS Deployment
Cost evaluation and control
Flexible adaption of AWS applications
Plan and Deploy the most relevant AWS Infrastructure based on computational, content, and security requirements.
The AWS Certification Training curriculum includes real time industry oriented projects and assignments, simulation tests. We also provide Lifetime Access to our Digital Library, 24/7 Support, Placement Guidance, Resume preparation assistance, access to repository of sample interview questions on each topic, and most Competitive Pricing.
Who Should Choose to take AWS Online Training ?
IT professionals such as system administrators should take the BigClasses AWS Certification Training to take their career and skill set to the next level as an AWS certified solutions architect. Other professionals like Software Developers, Network engineers, DevOps professionals and any graduates or professionals who wish to upskill with a cloud computing certification training should also take this certification course.
Prerequisites of Signing Up For AWS Online Training
There are no special prerequisites for taking an AWS Certification Training. Graduates and professionals with a basic understanding of IT Service Management can take this training. Basic knowledge of a program language would be advantageous.
BigClasses AWS Online Training Projects
The practical projects that you will work on during this certification training include –
Practical workshop on real-time AWS concepts and operations case study.
Project on Cloud Computing with AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) and Amazon Route 53 to launch website within a short time.
Content migration and management in AWS CodeCommit
Practical on using AWS resource such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
Practice deploying and managing Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
Planning and setting up an Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volume
AWS Course Content
1. AWS Environment
This introductory module will discuss the preferred server configuration, data center, connectivity tools, environments and the relation of these to AWS.
2. Introduction to Cloud
In this module you will learn the definition and concept of Cloud Computing, Why Cloud is a preferred choice in various verticals, Advantages of using Cloud, Why Organizations choose Cloud,
Types of Cloud (Public,Private,Hybrid and Community), Introduction to models of cloud service IaaS,SaaS and PaaS, Pros and Cons of Cloud server management, covering peak demand with Cloud, AWS and Cloud
3. Physical Server Vs Cloud
In these sessions, you will learn about the limitations of using Physical Servers, cost burden of
Physical Servers, overhead of administration and maintenance of Physical Servers, Advantages of Cloud over Physical Servers
4. Cloud Computing Challenges
In these sessions on Cloud Computing, we will discuss the potential challenges with Cloud Computing such as Security, Cost planning and scaling, operational challenges such as Service Level Agreement (SLA), challenges in choosing the application and operation for Cloud migration, Compliance with Legal and regulatory guidelines,
5. Introduction to Virtualization
In this module, you will learn about the concepts of virtualization and virtualization with cloud computing, Types of virtualization and virtualization with Hypervisor, Pros and cons of virtualization, virtualization vendors in the market.
The Linux sessions will walk you through the advantages of Linux over Windows, Linux distribution, introduction to RPMs, Using RPM to build software and packaging it for flexible application, installing, updating and uninstalling the RPM, important Linux commands and utilities, dialects of Linux Shell Script
7. DevOps and AWS
The DevOps modules will cover topics on DevOps and its relation with Cloud, emergence of AWS as the preferred cloud platform for DevOps, introduction to processes of combining AWS and DevOps.
8. Introduction to AWS
In this module, we will take an in-depth training on AWS Architecture, learn about the AWS Management Console, discuss and practice AWS Account setup, limits and usage of the AWS free subscription service.
9. AWS IAM Cloud Service
In the AWS IAM module, you will learn about Authentication Vs Authorization, adding and managing users to AWS, managing roles in AWS – different access levels to AWS to control usage and manage security, managing multiple user roles, Introduction to KMS and Security
10. Simple Storage Service (S3)
The module introduces you to cloud storage with AWS – S3, about S3 and the concept of S3. You will learn about the applications of S3, Creating, Emptying and Deleting storage buckets, adding Objects to Versioning-Enabled, Versioning-Suspended buckets, setting Object Access, Deleting Objects in S3, Permissions in S3, Object Lifecycle Management in S3, introduction to
Glacier for use in cold data in storage services.
11. AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
In the EC2 sessions, you will learn about the AWS Instance types, pricing of different EC2 instances and regional pricing, EC2 availability zones, introduction to Amazon Machine Images (AMI) and its use in launching an instance, getting started with AWS EC2 Linux Instances, connecting a Windows instance in AWS, connecting to AWS Linux Instance from Windows, AWS EC2 Security Groups for Linux Instances, Security Groups for VPC, using AWS CLI to create, deploy and delete Key Pairs, AWS EBS and block storage Volumes, introduction to Elastic IPs and remapping Elastic IPs for IPv4 addresses, creating launch templates for Launching an instance using AWS EC2 console, connecting to Windows Instance, connecting to Linux Instance, EC2 Deployment best practices, AWS CodeDeploy, introduction to Load Balancing, Load Balancing to improves distribution of workloads, network or application traffic, introduction to Auto scaling, getting started with Auto scaling,
12. Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
The module will cover introduction to VPC, creating a VPC, Types of networking in AWS, Enhanced networking in Linux, Subnets – Public and Private, sending outbound traffic with Public Subnet, use of NAT gateway in Private Subnet, introduction to Route tables in VPC, associating Subnets in VPC with Route tables, Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) to allocate IP addresses and in routing, AWS Network ACL & Security Groups, Creating and Attaching an Internet Gateway to a VPC, Connecting to instances in the Gateway, introduction to Relational Database Service (RDS), setting up, operating and scaling an RDS in cloud with AWS, RDS Limits, Selecting an Engine for your application, Configuring the Database Engine, Creating a Database by choosing the region and DB instance, Creating and Managing DB instances in MySQL, Automating backups management, DB Security Groups, access and access levels, working with storage types, introduction to NoSQl technologies, DynamoDB NoSQL DB.
13. AWS – Connectivity & Route 53
In this module, you will be given an introduction to Dedicated Network Connection, learn about setting up private connection between AWS and your data center, virtual interfaces in AWS, configuring a virtual interface in AWS, connecting your network to AWS, configuring AWS Route53 as your DNS Service, Registering Domain names using Amazon Route 53, introduction to Domain Name System (DNS) service, Using alternate domain names –
CNAMEs Format, Introduction to MX Record, Types of CNAME and MX records, creating public Hosted Zones, Creating, Updating and Deleting health checks – creating and updating health checks, introduction to AWS ElastiCache, using ElastiCache to optimize the performance of web applications, the terminology and concepts of ElastiCache, ElastiCache Backup and Restore using AWS Management Console, AWS Elastic Block Storage (EBS) for EC2, Creating and deleting EBS volumes from Instances, creating and managing volume size, ECS
Cluster management, ElastiCache Replication, Introduction to DNS Names and Underlying IP
14. Simple Notification Services (SNS)
In this module, you will learn Creation of a Topic in SNS to send messages and subscribe to notifications, Subscription via Email, Setting notification for EC2 instance changes
15. AWS – Monitoring (Cloud Watch)
Monitoring with Cloud watch, specific EC2 instance level reporting, Aggregating statistics
across resources, Reporting for other AWS Services and related namespaces, Setting up notifications.
16. Simple Email Services (SES)
Introduction to and setting up Simple Email Services (SES), Setting up email domain, Test Email setup and Limits of SES.
17. AWS – Queues (SQS)
Introduction to Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), creation of a queue, sending messages to the queue, Setting SNS messages to SQS queues, retrieving messages from SQS, using AWS SQS Dead Letter Queues, AWS security Audit, Audit best practices, AWS – Sample Application, AWS CLI to manage AWS services, introduction to Codedeploy, Applying patch roll-outs Codedeploy.
18. ITIL Process
These sessions will cover the introduction to and concepts of Incident Management, Problem Management, Change Management, managing SLA, Task Prioritization.
What are the AWS Online training mediums made available by BigClasses ?
We offer both live online training sessions and access to pre-recorded video to enable you to take self paced trainings.
2. How can I take self paced training ?
You can access self paced training by letting our support team know about your preference. We will give you access to these Video trainings. To make self paced training as value added as live training, here are some of the benefits attached to self paced trainings –
24/7 Live Support, access to face-to-face sessions with trainers, and schedules sessions for any lesson clarification.
3. Can I change my preference of training medium ?
Yes, you can switch from live training to self paced training or vice versa anytime. Just drop an email with the details of your request to the support team and we will provide you the right access.
4. Can you provide a Demo training before I enroll ?
You can access our Live Demo session for AWS certification training by registering with us.
5. Can I get additional training / support if I can’t grasp certain topics ?
We are available 24/7 for you. You can email the support team with your concern and we will provide you support. If your doubts cannot be resolved over email, we can arrange a one-on-one session with a trainer for you.
6. Will I get sufficient time and practice on a live project ?
The AWS certification training curriculum includes live project work and case studies for each module. You will not only theoretically well versed in each module, but will also be job ready to work on real-time AWS processes in any organization.
7. Do you provide placement support ?
While we don’t have a direct placement team at this time, we provide you with resume preparation assistance, career counselling sessions and access to our repository of interview questions on each topic.
8. Do you provide support with preparation for the AWS Certification exam ?
You will have free access to our digital library to support you during test preparation. You can email the support team any time for any doubt clarification or for additional guidance on any topic.
9. What technical and software support and access is provided to work on live projects ?
You will get the appropriate server access, software and application access and all other utilities to ensure smooth project execution.
Who Can Learn
- Who are good at either Linux/Windows server.
- Developers/System Ops Admin.
- An in-depth knowledge of 1 or more high-level programming language.
Prerequisites to Learn the AWS Course
- Preferred Server Configuration.
- Data Center.
- Connectivity Tools.
- AWS relation with Pre requisites.
AWS Course Curriculum
Duration: 45 Hours
- Introduction to Cloud Computing
- Why Cloud Computing?
- Benefits of Cloud Computing
- Public Cloud
- Private Cloud
- Hybrid Cloud
- Platform as a Service
- Infrastructure as a Service
- Horizontal vs. vertical scaling
- Costing Model
- Service Level Agreement (SLA)
- Cloud Interoperability Issue
- What to migrate?
- Legal and compliance
- What is virtualization?
- Virtualization and cloud computing
- Types of virtualization
- Virtualization terminologies
- Introduction to the AWS products
- Regions and Availability Zones
- Signing up for AWS
- AWS Free usage tier
- Introduction AWS management console
- Understanding AMI
- Launching your first AWS instance
- On-demand Instance pricing
- Reserved Instance pricing
- Spot instance pricing
- Setting up security
- Security groups
- Choosing the AMI
- Creating a new AMI
- Public and Private IP’s
- Deploying a new instance from the created AMI
- Key Pairs
- Elastic IP’s
- ELB (Elastic Load Balancer)
- Create EBS volumes
- Delete EBS Volumes
- Attach and detach EBS volumes
- Mounting and un-mounting EBS volume
- Creating and deleting snapshots
- Creating volumes from snapshots
- Creating Users and Groups
- Applying policies
- Password Policy
- Create a launch configuration
- Create an Auto Scaling group
- Create a policy for your Auto Scaling group set up an auto-scaled, load-balanced Amazon EC2 application
- What is S3?
- S3 Terminologies
- S3 Permissions
- S3 Object Versioning
- S3 Lifecycle Policies
- What is VPC?
- VPC configuration
- VPC security
- Simple Queue Service (SQS)
- Cloudwatch dashboard
- Configuring Monitoring services
- Setting thresholds
- Configuring actions
- Creating a cloudwatch alarm
- Getting statistics for ec2 instances
- Monitoring other AWS services
- Configuring Notifications
- Integrating cloudwatch with Auto scaling
- what is SNS?
- Creating a topic
- Create subscription
- Subscribed to the subscription
- What is cloud formation?
- Deploying template
- Create Stack
- Delete Stack
- Provisioning application resources with CloudFormation
- Monitoring the resources
- Use of CloudFront
- Creating a CloudFront distribution
- Hosting a website of CloudFront distribution
- Implementing restrictions
- Configuring origins and behaviors
- Creating environment
- Application versioning
- Deploying a sample app
- Creating Zones
- Hosting a website
- Understanding routing policies
- Weighted simple and failover policies
- Selecting the Database type
- Configuring the database
- Creating a database
- Configuring backups
- Configuring the maintenance windows
- Connecting to the database.
- Creating a Dynamo DB
- Configuring alarms
- Adding data manually
- Creating and managing a multitier application on AWS platform
- Best practices for AWS
- Cost control strategies
- Overview of AWS certification
- Troubleshooting EC2 instances
- Troubleshooting using CloudWatch
- Troubleshooting using ELB
- Using CloudTrail