AWS Solution Architect

18,000.00 15,000.00

Introduction :
The AWS Solutions Architect course is define as per the Amazon Web Service  Solutions Architect – Associate exam framework. It is intended for individuals who perform a Solutions Architect role.

The knowledge and skills required at this level should include all of the following areas and objective components.
The knowledge level can be defined as including the majority of the following skills or qualities:

AWS Knowledge
• Hands-on experience using compute, networking, storage, and database AWS services
• Professional experience architecting large-scale distributed systems
• Understanding of elasticity and scalability concepts
• Understanding of the AWS global infrastructure
• Understanding of network technologies as they relate to AWS
• A good understanding of all security features and tools that AWS provides and how they relate to
traditional services
• A strong understanding of client interfaces to the AWS platform
• Hands-on experience with AWS deployment and management services.

Duration : 40 Hrs.

Schedule : Weekends and Weekdays

Hands On/Lab Exercise :

  1. Creation of Free Tier AWS Account for Exercise
  2. Demonstration of AWS Global Infrastructure which includes  Region, Availability Zone and Edge Location.
  3. Real Time Demonstration of AWS Services which includes Compute, Storage, Networking, Databases, Analytics etc.
  4. Identity and Access Management : Users, Groups, Roles etc.
  5. AWS Object Storage S3 : Create,Upload and Delete – Object into bucket.
  6. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud : Build EC2 Instance in Linux and Windows Enviroment.
  7. LAMP Instance :  Installation and Management of  LAMP Web Server on Amazon Linux using bootstrap script.
  8. Management of VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) in Public and Private Cloud
  9. Build Public and Private Cloud from Memory using CIDR Block.
  10. Load Balancer-Setup a Scaled and Load Balanced Application
  11. Setup a Auto-scaling using cluster of EC2 Instance.
  12. Launching an RDS Instance.
  13. Creation and Management of RDS – Backup, Read-Replica, Multi-AZ support.
  14. Management of Cloud Formation etc.

The Overall Course are defined in five domain as per the AWS Framework :

Domain 1.0: Designing highly available, cost-efficient, fault-tolerant, scalable systems
1.1 Identify and recognize cloud architecture considerations, such as fundamental components and effective
designs.Content may include the following:
• How to design cloud services
• Planning and design
• Monitoring and logging
• Familiarity with:
o Best practices for AWS architecture
o Developing to client specifications, including pricing/cost (e.g., on Demand vs. Reserved vs.
Spot; RTO and RPO DR Design)
o Architectural trade-off decisions (e.g., high availability vs. cost, Amazon Relational Database
Service (RDS) vs. installing your own database on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2))
o Hybrid IT architectures (e.g., Direct Connect, Storage Gateway, VPC, Directory Services)
o Elasticity and scalability (e.g., Auto Scaling, SQS, ELB, CloudFront)

Domain 2.0: Implementation/Deployment
2.1 Identify the appropriate techniques and methods using Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, AWS Elastic
Beanstalk, AWS CloudFormation, AWS OpsWorks, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), and AWS
Identity and Access Management (IAM) to code and implement a cloud solution.
Content may include the following:
• Configure an Amazon Machine Image (AMI)
• Operate and extend service management in a hybrid IT architecture
• Configure services to support compliance requirements in the cloud
• Launch instances across the AWS global infrastructure
• Configure IAM policies and best practices

Domain 3.0: Data Security
3.1 Recognize and implement secure practices for optimum cloud deployment and maintenance.
Content may include the following:
• AWS shared responsibility model
• AWS platform compliance
• AWS security attributes (customer workloads down to physical layer)
• AWS administration and security services
• AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
• Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
• AWS CloudTrail
• Ingress vs. egress filtering, and which AWS services and features fit
• “Core” Amazon EC2 and S3 security feature sets
• Incorporating common conventional security products (Firewall, VPN)
• Design patterns
• DoS mitigation
• Encryption solutions (e.g., key services)
• Complex access controls (building sophisticated security groups, ACLs, etc.)
• Amazon CloudWatch for the security architect
• Trusted Advisor
• CloudWatch Logs
3.2 Recognize critical disaster recovery techniques and their implementation.
Content may include the following:
• Disaster recovery
o Recovery time objective
o Recovery point objective
o Amazon Elastic Block Store
• AWS Import/Export
• AWS Storage Gateway
• Amazon Route53
• Validation of data recovery method

Domain 4.0: Troubleshooting
Content may include the following:
• General troubleshooting information and questions

Domain 5.0: Well Architect Framework

  1. Security Pillar
  2. Reliability Pillar
  3. Performance Efficiency Pillar
  4. Cost Optimization Pillar
  5. Operation Excellence Pillar


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