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AWS Associate Training

Learn from AWS experts. Advance your skills and knowledge. Build your future in the AWS Cloud. Organizations need individuals with cloud skills to help transform their business. AWS Training and Certification helps you build and validate your skills so you can get more out of the cloud. Our content is created by experts at AWS and updated regularly so you can keep your cloud skills fresh.

● The course will equip students with the necessary skills to be successful in the AWS environment.● As a result of completing this course, the student will understand the core concepts and principles of cloud computing, they will be able to identify different AWS products and services and know how to utilize them on AWS services.● Aimed at engineers who are interested in learning about launching compute instances on AWS for their projects.


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AWS Knowledge required for the Exam:

● 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

Key items you should know before you take the exam:

● How to configure and troubleshoot a VPC inside and out, including basic IP subnetting. VPC is arguably one of the more complex components of AWS and you cannot pass this exam without a thorough understanding of it.● The difference in use cases between Simple Workflow (SWF), Simple Queue Services (SQS), and Simple Notification Services (SNS).● How an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) interacts with auto-scaling groups in a high-availability deployment.● How to properly secure a S3 bucket in different usage scenarios● When it would be appropriate to use either EBS-backed or ephemeral instances.● A basic understanding of CloudFormation.● How to properly use various EBS volume configurations and snapshots to optimize I/O performance and data durability.

Benefits of cloud computing

Cloud computing is now becoming a business standard. It simplifies the user s accessibility. It provides a virtual storage space to the user which could be used without bothering about the details of the entire mechanism. Here are some other reasons why every enterprise might need cloud computing for their business:
Cost savings - Cloud computing removes the requirement of a company to invest in storage hardware and servers.Focusing on the business -Since all the services will execute over the internet, a company does not have to bother about technical issues and other problems associated with physical storage and backup. A company can thus focus more on their core business.Performance - It delivers reliable performance irrespective to the geographical location of the user. Another key feature could be the automatic updating of services and applications.Security - Cloud Computing offers optimum security which protects you against any unauthorized access, modification and loss of data.Flexibility - Even if part of the cloud environment fails or stops working, the other resources continue to work until the problem is fixed.

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