About the Training :

  •     Understand the building blocks of AWS
  •     Work with AWS compute and storage products and services, including EC2, EBS, and cloud formation templates, VPC, S3 storage and glacier
  •     Work with AWS Scale and Networking services, including ELB, auto scale, cloud watches metrics and alarms, VPC, Amazon route 53, and cloud front distributions
  •     Build a static highly available, fault tolerant and redundant web application service
  •     Gain in-depth understanding of costs associated with AWS and techniques to save costs
  •     Understand different AWS architectural design patterns
  •     Get hands-on practice on all the major components covered in this course

Taining Objectives

  • Designing and deploying scalable, highly available, and fault tolerant systems on AWS
  • Lift and shift of an existing on-premises application to AWS
  • Ingress and egress of data to and from AWS
  • Selecting the appropriate AWS service based on data, compute, database, or security requirements
  • Identifying appropriate use of AWS architectural best practices
  • Estimating AWS costs and identifying cost control mechanisms


AWS is leading the pack in almost every aspect. According to Gartner, Amazon’s cloud is 10 times bigger than its next 14 competitors, combined! and Unlike other vendors, Amazon offers a realistic certification path that does not require highly specialized (and expensive) training to start.

Who should go for this course

  • Network Administrators, System Administrators, Database Administrators,
  • Firewall/Security Administrators.
  • The AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate and AWS Certified Sysops Admin – Associate exams are intended for individuals with experience designing distributed applications and systems on the AWS platform.

what are the pre-requisite for this course

Knowledge on Virtualization, Networking, Storage, Linux/Windows would be beneficial

Program Contents

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

  •     Introduction to the AWS Services
  •     AWS Free usage tier
  •     Signing up for AWS
  •     Regions and Availability Zones & Edge Location
  •     Accessing & Managing AWS

Identity Access Management(IAM)

  •     Key Features of IAM
  •     AWS Policies
  •     AWS Users & Groups
  •     IAM Roles
  •     IAM Best Practices

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

  •     Virtual Private Cloud
  •     Public, Private and Elastic IP Addresses
  •     Public and Private Subnets
  •     Internet Gateways & Routing Tables
  •     NAT Gateway
  •     Security Groups & Network ACLs
  •     VPC Best Practices & Costs

AWS Storage Options

  •     Object Storage(S3)
  •     Archive Storage(Glacier)
  •     Block Storage(ELB)
  •     Gateway Solution

EC2 Instances

  •     Overview of EC2
  •     Placement Groups
  •     Amazon Machine Image
  •     Elastic Load Balancing and Auto Scaling
  •     Instance Types
  •     EBS and EFS
  •     AWS Command Line Interface
  •     EBS Snapshot
  •     AWS Best Practices for EC2
  •     Instance Pricing options
  •     Costs Associated with EC2

Auto Scaling & Launch Configuration

  •     Fleet Management and dynamic Scaling


  •     Introduction and Use Cases


  •     Dashboard Overview
  •     Configuring & Monitoring services


  •     Introduction to Route53
  •     Setting up DNS for a basic Web Application


  •     Overview of Cloud Front
  •     Examine Common needs and challenges
  •     Creating a cloudfront distribution
  •     Discussion on Pricing

Simple Notification Service (SNS)

  •     Introduction to SNS & SQS
  •     Creating a topic & queue
  •     Create subscription & integration
  •     Subscribed to the subscription

Cloud Formation

  •     Introduction to Cloud Formation
  •     Anatomy of Cloud Formation
  •     Deploying template
  •     Stack Creation & Deletion
  •     Resources Monitoring

Relational Database Service (RDS)

  •     Introduction to RDS
  •     Selecting the Database type
  •     Configuring the database
  •     Configuring backups
  •     Connecting to the database

Dynamo DB

  •     Introduction to Dynamo DB
  •     Creating a dynamo db
  •     Understanding Partition Key, Sort Key & Index

AWS Command Line

  •     Introduction to Command Line
  •     Configuring in Linux and Windows

Architect Concepts

  •     Understanding Terminologies
  •     Making Highly Available setup
  •     Deploying a Simple Application in AWS
  •     Automating the Infrastructure
  •     Design Patterns and Sample Architecture
  •     Troubleshooting Basics

Project Work

Migration of Database and Virtual Machines to the Public Cloud



– AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate

2 AWS Sysops Admin

– AWS Certified Sysops Admin – Associate