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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Start your journey to become AWS Certified. Become AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand objectives of AWS Certification – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
  • Get Ready for AWS Certification – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
  • Go hands-on with compute, networking, storage, and database AWS Solutions
  • Get an introduction to all important AWS Services and different Cloud deployment models

Description

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner is an easy certification to get your journey started with AWS.

Do you want to become an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01)?

Are you ready to take the defining step of your career?

We are here to help you start your journey to AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner in a step by step approach.

Here are a couple of things you would need to understand:

  • Cloud is here to stay. We focus on helping you understand the cloud. Once you understand cloud well, you will be able to use your skills on AWS or any cloud platform.
  • Architectures are going cloud-neutral – Serverless, Microservices, Containers, and Container Orchestration. A certification lacks value if you do not understand and practice these important skills. We will help you get prepared for a Cloud Neutral Future and have practical cloud skills to go along with the most popular architectures.

Are you ready to get started on an amazing journey to becoming an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner?

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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Getting Started

  • Step 01 – Course Overview – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
  • Step 02 – Introduction – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

Getting Started with AWS and Cloud

  • Step 01 – World Before Cloud – Challenges
  • Step 02 – Introduction to Cloud – Advantages
  • Step 03 – Introduction to AWS – Getting Started
  • Step 04 – Creating an AWS Root Account
  • Step 05 – Creating an IAM User For Your AWS Account
  • Step 06 – Need for Regions and Zones
  • Step 07 – Introduction to Regions and Zones in AWS

Getting Started with EC2

  • Step 01 – Introduction to EC2
  • Step 02 – Creating an EC2 instance in AWS – Hands-on
  • Step 03 – Playing with an EC2 instance in AWS – Hands-on
  • Step 04 – Creating a web server on an EC2 instance – Hands-on
  • Step 05 – What is an Amazon Machine Image (AMI)?
  • Step 06 – What is an EC2 Instance Type or Instance Family?
  • Step 07 – Why do we need a Security Group?
  • Step 08 – Understanding the need for EC2 Key Pairs
  • Step 09 – Exploring EC2 Instances in AWS
  • Step 10 – Getting Started with EC2 IP Addresses
  • Step 11 – Getting Started with EC2 Elastic IP Addresses

Getting Started with Elastic Load Balancers

  • Step 01 – Understand Cloud Approaches – IAAS vs PAAS
  • Step 02 – Getting started with Elastic Load Balancer
  • Step 03 – Creating an Elastic Load Balancer in AWS – Hands-on
  • Step 04 – Playing with Elastic Load Balancer in AWS – Hands-on
  • Step 05 – Deleting Elastic Load Balancer and Associated Resources
  • Step 06 – Understanding Availability of EC2 Instances and ELB
  • Step 07 – Getting started with Scalability – Horizontal and Vertical Scaling
  • Step 08 – Understanding EC2 Tenancy – Shared vs Dedicated
  • Step 09 – Getting started with EC2 Pricing Models
  • Step 10 – Getting Started with EC2 On-Demand and Spot Instances
  • Step 11 – Understanding EC2 Reserved Instances
  • Step 12 – Understanding EC2 Savings Plans
  • Step 13 – Quick Review of EC2 Pricing Models

Getting Started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Serverless with AWS Lambda

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Step 02 – Creating an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application
  • Step 03 – Playing with an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application
  • Step 04 – Exploring AWS resources created by AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Step 05 – Understanding Auto Scaling Components
  • Step 06 – Deleting AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application
  • Step 07 – Getting Started with Serverless
  • Step 08 – Getting Started with AWS Lambda
  • Step 09 – Creating Your First AWS Lambda Function
  • Step 10 – Understanding Other Compute Services in AWS

Object Storage in AWS – Amazon S3 and S3 Glacier

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with Amazon S3 – Scalable Storage in Cloud
  • Step 02 – Creating an S3 Bucket
  • Step 03 – Understanding the Fundamentals of Amazon S3 Buckets and Objects
  • Step 04 – Exploring Amazon S3 Storage Classes
  • Step 05 – Exploring Amazon S3 Cost – Pricing Elements
  • Step 06 – Getting Started with Amazon S3 Glacier – Your Archive Storage

More Storage in AWS – Block Storage and File Storage

  • Step 01 – Understanding Storage Types – Block Storage vs File Storage
  • Step 02 – Understanding AWS Block Storage – Instance Store
  • Step 03 – Understanding AWS Block Storage – EBS
  • Step 04 – Playing with AWS EBS – Elastic Block Storage
  • Step 05 – Exploring Instance Store vs EBS Elastic Block Storage
  • Step 06 – Exploring Elastic Block Storage – HDD vs SSD
  • Step 07 – Exploring File Storage in AWS – EFS and FSx – 1
  • Step 08 – Exploring File Storage in AWS – EFS and FSx – 2
  • Step 09 – Quick Review of AWS Storage Options
  • Step 10 – Exploring AWS Storage Gateway – Hybrid Storage

Exploring Relational Databases in AWS

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with Databases
  • Step 02 – Exploring Databases in Depth
  • Step 03 – Understanding Availability and Durability of Databases
  • Step 04 – Understanding RTO and RPO
  • Step 05 – Exploring Databases in Depth – 2 – Read Replicas
  • Step 06 – Exploring Consistency of Databases
  • Step 07 – Exploring Different Criteria for Choosing Databases
  • Step 08 – Getting Started with Relational Databases
  • Step 09 – Getting Started with Amazon RDS – Relational OLTP in AWS
  • Step 10 – Exploring Amazon RDS – UI and Amazon Aurora
  • Step 11 – Exploring Amazon RDS – When to Use and Scenarios
  • Step 12 – Getting Started with OLAP Relational Databases
  • Step 13 – Getting Started with Amazon Redshift
  • Step 14 – Getting Started with Amazon EMR
  • Step 15 – Exploring Alternatives for Amazon Redshift and Amazon EMR

Exploring Document and Other Databases in AWS

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with a Document Database
  • Step 02 – Getting Started with a Key-Value Database
  • Step 03 – Getting Started with Amazon DynamoDB
  • Step 04 – Playing with Amazon DynamoDB
  • Step 05 – Exploring Amazon DynamoDB vs Amazon RDS
  • Step 06 – Exploring Amazon ElastiCache
  • Step 07 – Quick Review of Databases in AWS
  • Step 08 – Exploring Database Scenarios in AWS
  • Step 09 – Exploring Other Storage Services in AWS

AWS Networking – VPC, Subnets, and more

  • Step 01 – Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC
  • Step 02 – Getting Started with Amazon VPC
  • Step 03 – Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC Subnets
  • Step 04 – Creating Amazon VPC with Public and Private Subnets
  • Step 05 – Public Subnet vs Private Subnet – Internet Gateway
  • Step 06 – Getting Started with NAT Instance and Gateway
  • Step 07 – Exploring NAT Instance vs NAT Gateway
  • Step 08 – Getting Started with NACL
  • Step 09 – Exploring NACL vs Security Groups
  • Step 10 – Getting Started with VPC Flow Logs
  • Step 11 – Understanding VPC Peering
  • Step 12 – Connecting On-Premises with AWS – Direct Connect and VPN
  • Step 13 – Reviewing Important Networking Concepts in AWS

Getting Started with IAM – Identity and Access Management

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with IAM – Identity and Access Management
  • Step 02 – Creating an Operations IAM User
  • Step 03 – Playing with IAM Users, Groups, and Policies
  • Step 04 – Understanding IAM AWS Managed and Customer Managed Policies
  • Step 05 – Exploring IAM Inline Policies
  • Step 06 – Connecting to AWS Services from Command Line
  • Step 07 – Creating an IAM role to connect to S3 from EC2
  • Step 08 – Quick Review of IAM – Users, Roles, and Groups

Security in AWS – Encryption and more

  • Step 01 – Understanding Data States, Encryption, KMS, and Cloud HSM
  • Step 02 – Getting Started with AWS Key Management Service KMS
  • Step 03 – Connecting AWS KMS with S3 – Server Side Encryption SSE
  • Step 04 – Getting Started with AWS Cloud HSM
  • Step 05 – Understand AWS Shield – Protect from DDoS
  • Step 06 – Understand AWS WAF – Protect Your Web Applications
  • Step 07 – Introduction to Amazon Macie
  • Step 08 – Quick Overview of AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store
  • Step 09 – Quick Overview of AWS Secrets Manager
  • Step 10 – Getting started with AWS Single Sign On
  • Step 11 – Security Services in AWS – GuardDuty, Certificate Manager, and Artifact
  • Step 12 – Security Services in AWS – AWS Security Hub and Amazon Detective

Monitoring in AWS – AWS CloudTrail, AWS Config, and Amazon CloudWatch

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with AWS CloudTrail
  • Step 02 – Exploring AWS CloudTrail
  • Step 03 – Getting Started with AWS Config and AWS Config Rules
  • Step 04 – Configuring AWS Config and AWS Config Rules
  • Step 05 – Exploring Results from AWS Config and AWS Config Rules
  • Step 06 – Getting Started with Amazon CloudWatch
  • Step 07 – Exploring Amazon CloudWatch – Dashboards Alarms and Logs
  • Step 08 – Exploring Amazon CloudWatch – Metrics, Events, and Container Insights
  • Step 09 – Quick Review of Amazon CloudWatch

Asynchronous Communication in AWS with SQS, SNS, and MQ

  • Step 01 – Understanding Need for Asynchronous Communication
  • Step 02 – Getting Started with SQS
  • Step 03 – Creating an Amazon SQS Queue and Playing with Messages
  • Step 04 – Sending and Receiving SQS Messages from an EC2 instance
  • Step 05 – Getting Started with Simple Notification Service – SNS
  • Step 06 – Creating an SNS Topic and Registering a Lambda to Subscribe
  • Step 07 – Getting Started with Amazon MQ

Content Distribution and Routing in AWS

  • Step 01 – Understanding the Need for CDN – CloudFront
  • Step 02 – Getting Started with Amazon CloudFront
  • Step 03 – Understanding an Amazon CloudFront Distribution
  • Step 04 – Getting Started with Route 53 – AWS Domain Registrar and DNS
  • Step 05 – Understanding Route 53 – DNS Records and Alias Records
  • Step 06 – Understanding Route 53 Routing Policies
  • Step 07 – Exploring AWS Global Accelerator

Moving Data from On-Premises to AWS

  • Step 01 – Moving Data from On-Premises to AWS
  • Step 02 – Using AWS Snowball to Transfer Data
  • Step 03 – Exploring AWS Snowmobile
  • Step 04 – Transfer File Storage to Cloud with AWS DataSync
  • Step 05 – Connecting Data Processing Flows with AWS DataPipeline
  • Step 06 – Migrating Databases with AWS Database Migration Service
  • Step 07 – Converting Schemas using AWS SCT

Streaming Solutions in AWS with Amazon Kinesis

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis
  • Step 02 – Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams
  • Step 03 – Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose
  • Step 04 – Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Analytics
  • Step 05 – Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Video Streams
  • Step 06 – Exploring Amazon Kinesis

Getting Started with DevOps

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with DevOps
  • Step 02 – Getting Started with CI-CD
  • Step 03 – Getting Started with IAAC – Infrastructure Provisioning and Server Configuration
  • Step 04 – Getting Started with AWS CloudFormation
  • Step 05 – Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates
  • Step 06 – Exploring AWS CloudFormation Terminology
  • Step 07 – AWS CloudFormation vs AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Step 08 – Getting Started with AWS OpsWorks

Exploring Management Services in AWS

  • Step 01 – Exploring AWS Organizations
  • Step 02 – Exploring AWS Trusted Advisor
  • Step 03 – Exploring Service Quotas
  • Step 04 – Exploring AWS Directory Service
  • Step 05 – Cost Management in AWS – Cost Explorer, Budgets, Compute Optimizer …
  • Step 06 – AWS Management Services – MarketPlace, Resource Groups, and Systems Manager

More APIs, Serverless and Containers in AWS

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with Amazon API Gateway
  • Step 02 – Playing with Amazon API Gateway
  • Step 03 – Exploring Authentication and Authorization with Amazon Cognito
  • Step 04 – Quick Overview of Serverless Application Model
  • Step 05 – Serverless Orchestration with AWS Step Functions
  • Step 06 – Getting Started with Microservices and Containers
  • Step 07 – Getting Started with Container Orchestration – ECS, Fargate, and Kubernetes

Well-Architected Framework

  • Step 01 – Well Architected Framework – Introduction
  • Step 02 – Well Architected Framework – Operational Excellence Pillar
  • Step 03 – Well Architected Framework – Security Pillar – 1
  • Step 04 – Well Architected Framework – Security Pillar – 2
  • Step 05 – Well Architected Framework – Reliability Pillar
  • Step 06 – Well Architected Framework – Loosely Coupled Architectures
  • Step 07 – Well Architected Framework – Troubleshooting on AWS
  • Step 08 – Well Architected Framework – Performance Efficiency Pillar
  • Step 09 – Well Architected Framework – Performance Efficiency Pillar – Choosing the right solution
  • Step 10 – Well Architected Framework – Cost Optimization Pillar

Shared Responsibility Model

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with the Shared Responsibility Model
  • Step 02 – Exploring the Shared Responsibility Model for EC2 and Managed Services
  • Step 03 – Exploring the Shared Responsibility Model – Compliance and Controls

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Important Things to Remember

  • Step 01 – Three ways to use AWS – SDK, CLI, and Management Console
  • Step 02 – Understanding AWS Support Plans

AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Thank You

  • Step 01 – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Resources
  • Step 02 – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Registering for Exam
  • Step 03 – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – My Recommendations
  • Step 04 – AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Thank You

Who this course is for:

  • You want to become AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
  • You want to start your cloud journey with AWS
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