Cloud Computing with AWS

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Get Expertise to become Cloud System Engineer | Cloud Developer:

Learn how to implement a potent and flexible cloud computing solution with AWS by gaining critical theoretical and practical knowledge.

Extra Edge with Kovid Training

At Kovid Academy, you can find the right pace required to escalate your career as a professional Cloud Solutions Architect or a Cloud System Engineer or a Cloud Developer. The AWS certification training course from Kovid Academy will unbar the nuts and bolts of the Amazon Web Services and allows the participants to gain a thorough understanding in the concepts like installation, deployment, upgradation, configuration, management of the cloud services. Here, the foremost idea is to make the participants competent of the cloud computing architecture and build solutions on AWS platform.

This course also includes a set of quizzes, assignments and hands-on exercises in configuring the Open Source CMS applications and Sample HTML sites on AWS products and further gain insights with the services provided by Amazon Web Services across Availability Zones, Edge Locations and Regions.

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Course Details

After completing this course, you will gain expertise in the following concepts:

  1. Creating Linux and Windows instances with required security
  2. Installing and configuring a highly available two-tier application using ELB and Auto-Scaling
  3. Creating backups using Snapshots
  4. Leveraging CloudFront for high performance edge and cache content delivery
  5. Implementing a relational database with Relational Database Service (RDS)
  6. Installing applications across regions for HA using Route53 routing policies
  7. Planning and creating virtual networks on AWS
  8. Visualizing the utilization metrics with CloudWatch
  9. Adding and removing instances with Auto Scaling and adding dynamically to ELB
  10. Benchmarking Cost, Security and Fault tolerance
  11. Using various types of objects and archival storage
  12. Loading data into DynamoDB tables
  13. Evaluating disaster recovery options using AMI and Route53
  14. Installing and configuring multi AZ two-tier application using Cloud Formation
  15. Hosting static websites on S3 and using S3 as version control system
  16. Installing three-tier applications with integrating multiple services on AWS

This course is useful for the aspirants of Cloud Computing and also for those who are having the designations including (but not limited to) the following – Technical Analysts, System Administrators, Database Administrators (DBAs), Server Administrators, Technical Support Executives, Programming Analysts, Technical Consultants, Cloud Administrators etc.

Instructor Led training 24 Hrs
Instructor Interaction Yes
Live Support Post Training 1 Year
Simulated Projects 2
Capstone/Hands On/Real Time Project 2
35 CEU/PDU certificate Yes
Certificate – Kovid Academy AWS Solutions Architect Yes

Module 1: Introduction to Cloud Computing

  • What is Cloud Computing?
  • Essential Characteristics of Cloud Computing
  • Why Cloud Computing?
  • Advantages of Cloud Computing

Module 2: Cloud Computing Model

  • Service Models (SAAS, PAAS, IAAS)
  • Differences between the Service Models
  • Deployment Models
  • Overview of Public Cloud
  • Overview of Private Cloud
  • Overview of Hybrid Cloud
  • Overview of Community Cloud

Module 3: Cloud Computing Risks and Concerns

  • Cloud Security and Privacy
  • Pricing Model of Cloud
  • Service Quality (SLA)
  • Cloud Computing Portability and Interoperability
  • Transition to the cloud
  • Legal and compliance

Module 4: Virtualization

  • Introduction to virtualization
  • Virtualization defined
  • Types of virtualization
  • Hypervisor technology
  • Virtualization terminologies
  • Pros of Virtualization
  • Virtualization Providers

Module 5: Introduction to AWS

  • Elastic computing
  • AWS Global Infrastructure (Regions, Availability Zones and Edge Locations)
  • Signing up for AWS
  • AWS Free Tier

Module 6: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

  • Creating Key Pairs
  • Launching your first AWS instance
  • Setting up security
  • Security groups
  • Provisioning Linux and Windows Instances with required security

Module 7: Amazon EC2 Pricing

  • On-demand Instance pricing
  • Reserved Instance pricing
  • Spot Instance pricing

Module 8: Amazon Machine Image(AMI)

  • Introduction to AMI
  • Choosing the AMI
  • Copy and Share AMI across Regions
  • Creating a new AMI from existing Instance.
  • Deploying a new instance from the created AMI

Module 9: IP Addressing Scheme

  • Introduction to TCP/IP Protocols
  • IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing
  • IP Address Classification
  • Communication Types
  • Public and Private IP Addresses
  • Elastic IPs
  • Network and Host Portions
  • Introduction to NAT

Module 10: Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

  • Introduction to Load Balancing
  • Creating an Elastic Load Balancer
  • Create an ELB with web servers across Availability Zones

Module 11: EBS (Elastic Block Storage)

  • Introduction to Elastic Block Storage
  • EBS Volume Types
  • Introduction to Snapshots
  • Provisioning and Terminating EBS volumes
  • Creating and deleting snapshots
  • Creating volumes from snapshots
  • Attach and Detach EBS volume to Windows and Linux Instances
  • Volume-Snapshot-Volume creation process

Module 12: Simple Notification Service (SNS)

  • Introduction to SNS
  • SNS Protocols
  • Creating a SNS topic

Module 13: Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

  • Introduction to VPC
  • VPC Components
  • VPC security and Inbound and outbound ACL’s
  • Creating VPC Manually and using VPC wizard

Module 14: Relational Database Service (RDS)

  • Introduction to RDS
  • RDS Database types
  • Creating databases
  • Configuring backups
  • Connecting to the database
  • Create a RDS instance and install two-tier Application on it

Module 15: Route53

  • Introduction to Route53
  • Various Route53 Record types
  • Creating zones
  • Creating Health Checks
  • Create Simple, Weighted, Latency, Failover, and Geolocation Routing policies

Module 16: CloudWatch

  • Introduction to CloudWatch
  • Creating a Cloudwatch dashboard
  • Creating a Cloudwatch alarms
  • Monitoring other AWS services
  • Configuring notifications
  • Integrating Cloudwatch with Auto-scaling

Module 17: Auto scaling

  • Introduction to Bootstrapping
  • What is launch configuration?
  • What is Auto-Scaling group?
  • Setting up an auto-scaled, load-balanced Amazon EC2 application
  • Setting up Bootstrapping with an example of PHP
  • Test scaling UP and Down and Hosting application using Auto-scaling and Load Balancing

Module 18: Identity access management (IAM)

  • Creating users, groups and roles
  • Creating user and group policies
  • Restricting access using policies
  • Password policy
  • Command line management
  • Activating MFA for a user

Module 19: S3 (Simple Storage Service)

  • Introduction to S3
  • S3 durability and redundancy
  • Buckets and Objects
  • S3 static website hosting
  • RRS (Reduced Redundancy storage)
  • S3 Permissions and Bucket Policies
  • S3 Object Versioning and Lifecycle Policies
  • Host a sample website on S3 Bucket

Module 20: CloudFront

  • Introduction to CDN Network and CloudFront
  • Creating a CloudFront distribution
  • Hosting a website of CloudFront distribution
  • Implementing restrictions
  • Configuring origins and behaviours

Module 21: Elastic Beanstalk

  • Introduction to Elastic Beanstalk
  • Elastic Beanstalk Application options
  • Application versioning
  • Deploying a sample app
  • Deploying a PHP application using EC2 and RDS

Module 22: Dynamo DB

  • Introduction to NoSQL Databases
  • Creating Dynamo DB tables
  • Adding data manually
  • Configuring alarms
  • RCU and WCU

Module 23: Cloud Formation

  • What is Cloud Formation?
  • Creating and Deleting Stack
  • Provisioning application resources with Cloud Formation
  • Creating template from existing resources

Module 24: Glacier storage

  • Introduction to Glacier
  • Creating a Vault
  • Upload and Download to Vault
  • Vault Lock policies

Module 25: Trusted Advisor

  • Introduction to Trusted Advisor
  • Cost Optimization
  • Performance
  • Security
  • Fault Tolerance

Module 26: Project and AWS Case study

  • Architecting single tier application across regions using Route53
  • Architecting two-tier and three-tier applications on AWS
  • Best practices for AWS
  • Cost control strategies

Module 28: AWS troubleshooting

  • Troubleshooting using CloudWatch
  • Troubleshooting using ELB
  • Using CloudTrail for Auditing

Module 27: AWS certification

  • Overview of AWS certifications
  • How to book a slot for AWS certification?
  • Certification examination question patterns
  • Live Demo with sample questions and how to answer the questions
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Why learn Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

AWS is the de facto leader in Cloud Computing environment and even leads the Google and Microsoft based Cloud Computing platforms

Who is the right candidate for this course?

This course is useful for the aspirants of Cloud Computing and also for those who are having the designations including (but not limited) to the following – Technical Analysts, System Administrators, Database Administrators (DBAs), Server Administrators, Technical Support Executives, Programming Analysts, Technical Consultants, Cloud Administrators etc.

What are the prerequisites for this course?

To make the most of this course, the participants are required to have: Basic familiarity with the networking and databases concepts and Basic knowledge of the Linux/Windows system administration

What are the training materials provided?

For all the training modules that are covered in this course, adequate materials and good references will be provided to the participants. In the case of online interactive training’s, every session will be recorded and uploaded in the LMS, giving the participants a feasibility to recap their completed training sessions.

What are the system requirements for participants?

All the activities would be done in the Amazon AWS Cloud, so a machine with basic requirements like a browser would be good enough to get started with the training

Is Certification offered and if so, how do you earn?

After the completion of course, the participants will undergo a certification examination. Based on their performance in the assignments, projects and the final examination, certificates will be issued to the participants.

How many hours is a student expected work?

This extensively depends upon the prior experience levels and the grasping nature of the participants. It means, the time period may vary from one participant to another. On an average, we have noticed that the participants are required to spend double the training hours. Let us consider, if the training is for 10 hours, then the participants are required to spend an additional of 20 hours more.