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AWS SysOps

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AWS SysOps

Few Seats Remaining –

This course is designed to clear the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam. The entire

course is in line with AWS certification curriculum.

What will you learn

  • Efficiently designing, deploying, operating, and managing fault-tolerant systems on AWS cloud platform
  • Creating network and system deployments on AWS cloud which are automatable and repeatable
  • Migrating the prevailing application to AWS
  • Data security and data integrity on AWS
  • Evaluating the costs of AWS usage and the mechanisms of operational cost control
  • AWS tools, common techniques, and features that are related to deployment and configuration

3 Days

Overview of AWS cloud services, discussing about various Amazon AMIs, AWS Global Infrastructure
which explains AWS availability regions, and the practical demonstration of launching an AWS EC2
instance
Hands-on Exercise: Account creation on AWS Management Console

Understanding Amazon Machine Image (AMI), various network interfaces, IP classification, Instance and
types of Instances, and creating, managing, and troubleshooting Instances
Hands-on Exercise: Creating an EC2 instance on AWS Management Console and connecting to the
system

Introduction to Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and basics of cloud networking, VPC components, custom
route tables, VPC peering, public and private subnets, configuring subnets, fundamentals of Network
Address Translation (NAT), route tables, NAT high-availability design, NAT server and NAT Gateway
Hands-on Exercise: Creating a Virtual Private Cloud Ecosystem

Overview of various storage services by AWS, storage limits, storage gateway and security, overview of
Elastic Block Storage, Glacier overview, principles of Amazon S3, encryption and S3, S3 CORS, Snowball,
and Storage troubleshooting
Hands-on Exercise: Uploading and downloading data from Amazon S3

Auto scaling, version updates using auto scaling, load balancing with AWS, Classic Load Balancer,
Application Load Balancer, and identifying and distinguishing high availability on AWS
Hands-on Exercise: Scale out and scale in the number of servers with Auto Scaling

Introduction to IAM, groups, user administration and permission, security of AWS account, MFA,
security and logging, and policies within the shared responsibility model
Hands-on Exercise: Creating IAM users, role, group, and policies in AWS Management Console

Introduction to cloud monitoring, concepts of CloudWatch, logging basics, tracking API usage and user
action with AWS CloudTrail, and troubleshooting
Hands-on Exercise: Allowing CloudTrail Log into S3 bucket and working with CloudWatch logs

Configuration management tools, how to reduce cloud cost, creating expenditure alert, monitoring and
tagging with CloudWatch, automation and optimization using CloudFormation, AWS UserData, AWS
OpsWorks, and CloudFormation: template structure, maintaining templates, parameters, mapping, Init,
WaitCondition, outputs, errors, and troubleshooting
Hands-on Exercise: Working on CloudFormation templates

● Architecting for the Cloud: AWS Best Practices
● AWS Security Best Practices
● Amazon Web Services: Overview of Security Processes
● AWS Well-architected Framework
● Development and Test on AWS
● Backup and Recovery Approaches Using AWS
● Amazon Virtual Private Cloud Connectivity Options
● Blue/Green Deployments
● How AWS Pricing Works

Few Seats Remaining –

Event Details

Date: February 14 @ 9:30 am - February 16 @ 5:30 pm
Time: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Venue: Indiranagar, Bangalore
Organizer Name: Stalwart Learning
Phone: +91 9731 203 391
Address: Indiranagar