This updated course not only prepares you for the AWS CSA exam but also includes information for beginners to certified!
This course provides all the updates and new content for passing the AWS Certified Solutions Architect in 2014! (Amazon Web Services)
Looking to learn Amazon Web Services? This course not only includes certification material but introduction content as well!
Cloud hosted web sites and applications are the future of Information Technology. You can get on board this exciting career path now with some time, some dedication and a little help from LinuxAcademy.com. All lessons cover concepts as well as hands on examples inside of the AWS control panel.
This course is taught by an AWS Certified Solutions Architect.
This course we will be building and learning by example. Our process will be building an enterprise level infrastructure for an application and building the components one by one. Learn the concepts by doing at the same time.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has multiple levels of certification, each geared towards a specific career path using their services - Solutions Architect, SysOps Administrator and AWS Developer. These certifications are the defining way to tell your future employer that you have mastered the skills necessary to help them compete in the Cloud.
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Our courses are taught by experienced professionals who work with AWS systems and services every day. These videos are designed to help you gain the proficiencies you will need to take the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate Level exam.
This course will help you learn everything you need to know while gaining the "hands on" experience required to build and host your own applications on Amazon Web Services. You will get an indepth look at the core services as well as an overview of the concepts covered in the exam. Partner this with some practice and some research, you will be prepared to take your cloud certification exam.
Course Module OverviewDownloadable Course PowerPoint Notes
What are the requirements?
- Access to an AWS account OR Linux Academy Live Lab Environment
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 63 lectures and 13 hours of content!
- Learn how to use Amazon Web Services
- Learn how to build and host websites on AWS
- Learn scalability and elasticity concepts
- Learn how to design highly available fault tolerant applications
- Pass the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Exam
What is the target audience?
- Students interested in Cloud Computing
- IT Professionals
- Students interested in hosting websites on Amazon S3
Amazon Web Services Essentials
Storage Basics On AWSSecurity On AWSUnderstanding AWS Global Infrastructure
Overview Of Required Services
Introduction To Amazon Web Services Part 1Introduction To Amazon Web Services Part 2
IAM (Identity Access Management)
IAM ConceptsGetting Started With IAMEC2 Role Demonstration
S3 (Simple Storage Service)
Getting Started With S3 And RRS Storage ClassS3 EssentialsS3 Bucket/Object VersioningUsing AWS Command Line Interface With S3Amazon S3S3-Notes
Architecting Applications With CloudFront
Route53 and DNS FailoverLatency Based RoutingWeighted Routing Policies In Route53
EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)
EC2 EssentialsLaunching An EC2 Instance Into The Default VPCSelecting And Building EC2 InstancesEBS Volumes And SnapshotsWorking With Public And Private IP AddressesCloud-init And User DataWorking With EC2-Classic Security GroupsCloudWatch And EC2What Are EC2 Placement Groups?Controlling EC2 With Amazon Command Line InterfaceEC2-Classic NotesEC2-Classic
RDS (Relational Database Service)
RDS ConceptsLaunching A RDS Instance Into The Default VPCGetting Started With RDSRDS Security GroupsRelational Database Service (RDS)
CloudFormation EssentialsCloudFormation ExampleLab: Creating A S3 Bucket With CloudFormation
AWS Public Practice Exam Quesitons
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
VPC EssentialsBuilding A Non-Default VPCVPC SecurityConfiguring A VPC NAT InstanceVPC NetworkingElastic IP Addresses And Elastic Network Interfaces
Architecture Design Patterns
Traditional vs. Cloud Hosted Application ArchitectureWeb Application HostingHigh Availability & Fault Tolerance
DynamoDB (NoSQL Service)
DynamoDB EssentialsAmazon DynamoDB
Deploying Applications With Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
Working With The Elastic Beanstalk Control PanelUsing The EB Command Line Tool To Manage Our Code And Beanstalk Environments
Concept To Production: Building A Highly Available Wordpress App (LAMP Stack)
Overview Of Application And GoalsPreparing EC2 Security Groups And RDS For Our ApplicationConfiguring IAM RolesPreparing Our Code and S3 BucketsS3 And CloudFrontELB: Configuring The Elastic Load Balancer And Route53Configuring The AMI For Our Web ApplicationAuto Scaling And BootstrappingNotes
Amazon SQSAmazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF)
AWS Certified Solutions Architect Practice Exam
What To Do Next
What To Do Once Your A CSAInstance Metadata and User Data