AWS SOLUTION ARCHITECT ASSOCIATE Training
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The AWS Solutions Architect Certification training will enable you to design, plan and scale AWS implementations utilizing over 70 cloud computing services. The course is aligned with the latest AWS exam featuring Amazon designated best practices.
The AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate Examination is intended for those individuals who perform a Solutions Architect role. This exam validates an examinee's ability to effectively demonstrate knowledge of how to architect and deploy secure and robust applications on AWS technologies. The Cloud Academy Certified Solutions Architect - Associate Training has helped thousands of students master the AWS Solution Architect - Associate Certification. Our certification Training is specifically designed to prepare you for the AWS certification exam released Feb 2018. "Hands-on experience" is mentioned in the first three prerequisites of the AWS Exam Blueprint, so we have included more hands-on Labs in this latest release of our Training to fast track your learning and help you succeed.
This Training is suitable for anyone wanting to become an AWS Solution Architect and to pass the AWS Solution Architect Associate Certification exam. Until August 2018 AWS will have two versions of the Solution Architect Associate Exam available. If you are new to the Solution Architect Associate exam, we suggest starting this new Training building around the latest certification exam guide.
A basic understanding of cloud computing will help. We provide an introduction to AWS services, however, if you are new to cloud computing you might want to consider completing our What is Cloud Computing? Course first.
What skills are required for cloud computing?
In today’s cloud computing sphere there are numerous skills and abilities required to be considered capable to be able to professionally and successfully execute. These skills include (and are not limited to): Database and programming skills, Linux, DevOps, quality assurance, and information security.
What does a Cloud Architect do?
A Cloud Architect is an IT specialist who is responsible for deploying overseeing a company’s cloud computing strategy. This includes cloud adoption plans, cloud application design, and cloud management and monitoring. Cloud architects oversee application architecture and deployment in cloud environments.
How many AWS Solution Architects are there?
As of today, there are around 26,000+ Solutions Architects in the industry. With AWS offering, both Associate and Professional, certifications; you can push your skills and credibility to further success with these invaluable certifications.
How long does it take to study for AWS certification?
To study for an AWS certification around other commitments usually takes around two months. This involves investing about 80 hours of study. For complete beginners 120 hours would be more advisable, giving a chance to start with the fundamentals and then moving on to the next stages.
How long does AWS certification last?
Recertification is required every three years for all AWS Certifications. six months before the credential is about to expire, AWS will send an email notification reminding you to recertify your credentials.
What is the difference between a Solution Architect and Technical Architect?
Though similar in name and both ensuring that networks operate efficiently, the Solution Architect and Technical Architect roles both specialize in different areas. Focusing on an organization’s overall needs, a solutions architect varies from a technical, where the technical focus on a specific area.
Lesson 1: AWS Overview
The lesson will provide users with a history and background of AWS along with an overview of all products and services that are offered.
Lesson 2: Designing highly available, cost-efficient, fault-tolerant, scalable systems
The lesson will help users understand why designing cloud infrastructure is different than for traditional on-premise data centers and will cover AWS concepts, recommendations and best practices about how to build cloud systems.
Lesson 3: Identity and Access Management (IAM)
The lesson will provide users with information about how to control and secure user access to your AWS resources using the AWS Access and Identity Management service.
Lesson 4: Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
The lesson will provide users with details of Amazon Virtual Private Cloud, which allows the creation of custom cloud based networks. Users will become familiar all concepts of VPC, for example subnets, Internet Gateways, etc.
Lesson 5: Elastic Cloud Compute- EC2
The lesson will help users understand what the EC2 service is and its many uses. Users will learn the EC2 launch process and will understand how storage, snapshots, Elastic Load Balancing and Auto Scaling all operate together. The lesson will also provide an overview of the other compute services that AWS offers.
Lesson 6: Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
The lesson will help users understand the many uses, types and concepts of Amazon S3 storage and how it can be integrated with CloudFront and Import/Export services.
Lesson 7: Route53
The lesson will provide users with an overview of the Amazon DNS service; Route 53. Users will be introduced to the concepts and uses of Route 53 and will learn how it can be used to host your own domain names.
Lesson 8: Databases
The lesson will help users understand all the different types of database that are available in today’s IT environment and will demonstrate the services that AWS provides to simplify database administration, management and migration.
Lesson 9: Application Services
The lesson will inform and demonstrate to users how Amazons suite of Application Services can be used to integrate your AWS resources and will tie together concepts learnt in previous lessons about designing cloud services.
Lesson 10: Security Practices for Optimum Cloud Deployment
The lesson will show users the measures that AWS takes to secure its cloud resources and what your responsibilities are in the AWS Shared Responsibility Model. The lesson will also demonstrate the AWS services available to help your secure your environment.
Lesson 11: Disaster Recovery
The lesson will demonstrate to users the importance of Disaster Recovery and will highlight some of the products and services that AWS offers to assist you in creating Disaster Recovery compliant environments
Lesson 12: Troubleshooting
The lesson shows users where to look for assistance when they need AWS information and support.
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