AWS Essentials and Solutions Architect Associate: The Total Course

AWS Essentials and Solutions Architect Associate: The Total Course
AWS Essentials and Solutions Architect Associate: The Total Course

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New for 2019! Start with the basics, then learn everything you need to know to pass the AWS Solutions Architect exam

Are you looking to learn more about AWS and what it can do for you or your company? Maybe you’ve heard about it, but don’t know how to take your business and network solutions into the AWS cloud. Or perhaps you’re a seasoned network tech looking to become an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate.

However, the following is a list of what’s covered:

Terminology and concepts related to the AWS platform

How to navigate the AWS Management Console

Key concepts for AWS security measures and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Foundational services

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)

Database services

Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS)

Management services

AWS Auto Scaling, Amazon CloudWatch, Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), and AWS Trusted Advisor**

The AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam domains are:

Domain 1: Design Resilient Architectures (34%)

Domain 2: Define Performant Architectures (24%)

Domain 3: Specify Secure Applications and Architectures (26%)

Domain 4: Design Cost-Optimized Architectures (10%)

Domain 5: Define Operationally Excellent Architectures (6%)

Learn

  • This course covers all the basics of AWS, from understanding the cloud and setting up a FREE AWS account to learning how to run an instance.
  • This is also a 2-for-1 course! You’ll gain access to both the AWS Essentials and AWS Solutions Architect – Associate certification prep courses.
  • You’ll learn about the AWS Management Console, S3 buckets, EC2 instances, database services, security in the cloud, and the costs associated with AWS.