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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01)

1.1 Define the AWS Cloud and its value proposition

 Define the benefits of the AWS cloud including:

  • Security
  • Reliability
  • High Availability
  • Elasticity
  •  Agility
  •  Pay-as-you go pricing
  • Scalability
  • Global Reach
  • Economy of scale

Explain how the AWS cloud allows users to focus on business value

  • Shifting technical resources to revenue-generating activities as opposed to managing infrastructure

1.2 Identify aspects of AWS Cloud economics

Define items that would be part of a Total Cost of Ownership proposal

  • Understand the role of operational expenses (OpEx)
  • Understand the role of capital expenses (CapEx)
  • Understand labor costs associated with on-premises operations
  • Understand the impact of software licensing costs when moving to the cloud

 Identify which operations will reduce costs by moving to the cloud

  • Right-sized infrastructure
  • Benefits of automation
  •  Reduce compliance scope (for example, reporting)
  •  Managed services (for example, RDS, ECS, EKS, DynamoDB)

1.3 Explain the different cloud architecture design principles

  •  Explain the design principles
  • Design for failure
  •  Decouple components versus monolithic architecture
  •  Implement elasticity in the cloud versus on-premises
  •  Think parallel

2.1 Define the AWS shared responsibility model

  •  Recognize the elements of the Shared Responsibility Model
  •  Describe the customer’s responsibly on AWS
  • Describe how the customer’s responsibilities may shift depending on the service used (for example with RDS, Lambda, or EC2)

 Describe AWS responsibilities

2.2 Define AWS Cloud security and compliance concepts

 Identify where to find AWS compliance information

  • Locations of lists of recognized available compliance controls (for example, HIPPA,SOCs)
  •  Recognize that compliance requirements vary among AWS services
  •  At a high level, describe how customers achieve compliance on AWS
  •  Identify different encryption options on AWS (for example, In transit, At rest)

 Describe who enables encryption on AWS for a given service

  • Recognize there are services that will aid in auditing and reporting
  • Recognize that logs exist for auditing and monitoring (do not have to understand the logs)
  • Define Amazon CloudWatch, AWS Config, and AWS CloudTrail
  •  Explain the concept of least privileged access

2.3 Identify AWS access management capabilities

  •  Understand the purpose of User and Identity Management
  •  Access keys and password policies (rotation, complexity)
  •  Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
  •  AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  1. Groups/users
  2.  Roles
  3. Policies, managed policies compared to custom policies
  • Tasks that require use of root accounts
  • Protection of root accounts

2.4 Identify resources for security support

  •  Recognize there are different network security capabilities
  • Native AWS services (for example, security groups, Network ACLs, AWS WAF)
  • 3rd party security products from the AWS Marketplace
  •  Recognize there is documentation and where to find it (for example, best practices, whitepapers, official documents)
  • AWS Knowledge Center, Security Center, security forum, and security blogs
  • Partner Systems Integrators
  •  Know that security checks are a component of AWS Trusted Advisor

3.1 Define methods of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud

Identify at a high level different ways of provisioning and operating in the AWS cloud

  • Programmatic access, APIs, SDKs, AWS Management Console, CLI, Infrastructure as Code
  •  Identify different types of cloud deployment models
  • All in with cloud/cloud native
  1. Hybrid
  2. On-premises
  •  Identify connectivity options


o AWS Direct Connect

o Public internet

3.2 Define the AWS global infrastructure

 Describe the relationships among Regions, Availability Zones, and Edge Locations

 Describe how to achieve high availability through the use of multiple Availability Zones

o Recall that high availability is achieved by using multiple Availability Zones

o Recognize that Availability Zones do not share single points of failure

 Describe when to consider the use of multiple AWS Regions

o Disaster recovery/business continuity

o Low latency for end-users

o Data sovereignty

 Describe at a high level the benefits of Edge Locations

o Amazon CloudFront

o AWS Global Accelerator

3.3 Identify the core AWS services

Describe the categories of services on AWS (compute, storage, network, database)

 Identify AWS compute services

o Recognize there are different compute families

o Recognize the different services that provide compute (for example, AWS Lambda compared to Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), or Amazon EC2, etc.)

o Recognize that elasticity is achieved through Auto Scaling

o Identify the purpose of load balancers

 Identify different AWS storage services

o Describe Amazon S3

o Describe Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)

o Describe Amazon S3 Glacier

o Describe AWS Snowball

o Describe Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS)

o Describe AWS Storage Gateway

 Identify AWS networking services

o Identify VPC

o Identify security groups

o Identify the purpose of Amazon Route 53

o Identify VPN, AWS Direct Connect

 Identify different AWS database services

o Install databases on Amazon EC2 compared to AWS managed databases

o Identify Amazon RDS

o Identify Amazon DynamoDB

o Identify Amazon Redshift

3.4 Identify resources for technology support

Recognize there is documentation (best practices, whitepapers, AWS Knowledge Center, forums, blogs)

 Identify the various levels and scope of AWS support

o AWS Abuse

o AWS support cases

o Premium support

o Technical Account Managers

 Recognize there is a partner network (marketplace, third-party) including Independent

Software Vendors and System Integrators

 Identify sources of AWS technical assistance and knowledge including professional services,

solution architects, training and certification, and the Amazon Partner Network

 Identify the benefits of using AWS Trusted Advisor

4.1 Compare and contrast the various pricing models for AWS (for example, On-Demand Instances,

Reserved Instances, and Spot Instance pricing)

 Identify scenarios/best fit for On-Demand Instance pricing

 Identify scenarios/best fit for Reserved-Instance pricing

o Describe Reserved-Instances flexibility

o Describe Reserved-Instances behavior in AWS Organizations

 Identify scenarios/best fit for Spot Instance pricing

4.2 Recognize the various account structures in relation to AWS billing and pricing

 Recognize that consolidated billing is a feature of AWS Organizations

 Identify how multiple accounts aid in allocating costs across departments

4.3 Identify resources available for billing support

 Identify ways to get billing support and information

o Cost Explorer, AWS Cost and Usage Report, Amazon QuickSight, third-party partners, and AWS Marketplace tools

o Open a billing support case

o The role of the Concierge for AWS Enterprise Support Plan customers

 Identify where to find pricing information on AWS services

o AWS Simple Monthly Calculator

o AWS Services product pages

o AWS Pricing API

 Recognize that alarms/alerts exist

 Identify how tags are used in cost allocation

AWS Certified Developer – Associate (DVA-C01)

1.1 Deploy written code in AWS using existing CI/CD pipelines, processes, and patterns.

  • Commit code to a repository and invoke build, test and/or deployment actions
  • Use labels and branches for version and release management
  • Use AWS CodePipeline to orchestrate workflows against different environments
  • Apply AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeStar, and AWS CodeDeploy for CI/CD purposes
  • Perform a rollback plan based on application deployment policy

1.2 Deploy applications using AWS Elastic Beanstalk.

  • Utilize existing supported environments to define a new application stack 
  • Package the application
  • Introduce a new application version into the Elastic Beanstalk environment
  • Utilize a deployment policy to deploy an application version (i.e., all at once, rolling, rolling with batch, immutable)
  • Validate application health using Elastic Beanstalk dashboard
  • Use Amazon CloudWatch Logs to instrument application logging

1.3 Prepare the application deployment package to be deployed to AWS.

  • Manage the dependencies of the code module (like environment variables, config files and static image files) within the package
  • Outline the package/container directory structure and organize files appropriately
  • Translate application resource requirements to AWS infrastructure parameters (e.g., memory, cores)

1.4 Deploy serverless applications.

  • Given a use case, implement and launch an AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) template
  • Manage environments in individual AWS services (e.g., Differentiate between Development, Test, and Production in Amazon API Gateway)

2.1 Make authenticated calls to AWS services.

  • Communicate required policy based on least privileges required by application.
  • Assume an IAM role to access a service
  • Use the software development kit (SDK) credential provider on-premises or in the cloud to access AWS services (local credentials vs. instance roles)

2.2 Implement encryption using AWS services.

  • Encrypt data at rest (client-side; server-side; envelope encryption) using AWS services
  • Encrypt data in transit

2.3 Implement application authentication and authorization.

  • Add user sign-up and sign-in functionality for applications with Amazon Cognito identity or user pools
  • Use Amazon Cognito-provided credentials to write code that access AWS services.
  • Use Amazon Cognito sync to synchronize user profiles and data
  • Use developer-authenticated identities to interact between end user devices, backend authentication, and Amazon Cognito

3.1 Write code for serverless applications.

  • Compare and contrast server-based vs. serverless model (e.g., microservices, stateless nature of serverless applications, scaling serverless applications, and decoupling layers of serverless applications)
  • Configure AWS Lambda functions by defining environment variables and parameters (e.g., memory, time out, runtime, handler)
  • Create an API endpoint using Amazon API Gateway
  • Create and test appropriate API actions like GET, POST using the API endpoint
  • Apply Amazon DynamoDB concepts (e.g., tables, items, and attributes)
  • Compute read/write capacity units for Amazon DynamoDB based on application requirements
  • Associate an AWS Lambda function with an AWS event source (e.g., Amazon API Gateway, Amazon CloudWatch event, Amazon S3 events, Amazon Kinesis)
  • Invoke an AWS Lambda function synchronously and asynchronously

3.2 Translate functional requirements into application design.

  • Determine real-time vs. batch processing for a given use case
  • Determine the use of synchronous vs. asynchronous for a given use case
  • Determine the use of event vs. schedule/poll for a given use case
  • Account for tradeoffs for consistency models in an application design

3.3 Implement application design into application code.

  • Write code to utilize messaging services (e.g., SQS, SNS)
  • Use Amazon ElastiCache to create a database cache
  • Use Amazon DynamoDB to index objects in Amazon S3
  • Write a stateless AWS Lambda function
  • Write a web application with stateless web servers (Externalize state)

3.4 Write code that interacts with AWS services by using APIs, SDKs, and AWS CLI.

  • Choose the appropriate APIs, software development kits (SDKs), and CLI commands for the code components
  • Write resilient code that deals with failures or exceptions (i.e., retries with exponential back off and jitter)

4.1 Optimize applications to best use AWS services and features.

  • Implement AWS caching services to optimize performance (e.g., Amazon ElastiCache, Amazon API Gateway cache)
  • Apply an Amazon S3 naming scheme for optimal read performance

4.2 Migrate existing application code to run on AWS.

  • Isolate dependencies
  • Run the application as one or more stateless processes
  • Develop in order to enable horizontal scalability
  • Externalize state

5.1 Write code that can be monitored.

  • Create custom Amazon CloudWatch metrics
  • Perform logging in a manner available to systems operators
  • Instrument application source code to enable tracing in AWS X-Ray

5.2 Perform root cause analysis on faults found in testing or production.

  • Interpret the outputs from the logging mechanism in AWS to identify errors in logs
  • Check build and testing history in AWS services (e.g., AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodeDeploy, AWS CodePipeline) to identify issues
  • Utilize AWS services (e.g., Amazon CloudWatch, VPC Flow Logs, and AWS X-Ray) to locate a specific faulty component

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate (SOA-C02)

1.1 Design a multi-tier architecture solution

 Determine a solution design based on access patterns.

  • Determine a scaling strategy for components used in a design.
  • Select an appropriate database based on requirements.
  • Select an appropriate compute and storage service based on requirements.

1.2 Design highly available and/or fault-tolerant architectures

  • Determine the amount of resources needed to provide a fault-tolerant architecture across Availability Zones.
  • Select a highly available configuration to mitigate single points of failure.
  • Apply AWS services to improve the reliability of legacy applications when application changes are not possible.
  • Select an appropriate disaster recovery strategy to meet business requirements.
  • Identify key performance indicators to ensure the high availability of the solution.

1.3 Design decoupling mechanisms using AWS services

  • Determine which AWS services can be leveraged to achieve loose coupling of components.
  • Determine when to leverage serverless technologies to enable decoupling.

1.4 Choose appropriate resilient storage

  • Define a strategy to ensure the durability of data.
  • Identify how data service consistency will affect the operation of the application.
  • Select data services that will meet the access requirements of the application.
  • Identify storage services that can be used with hybrid or non-cloud-native applications.

2.1 Identify elastic and scalable compute solutions for a workload

  • Select the appropriate instance(s) based on compute, storage, and networking requirements.
  •  Choose the appropriate architecture and services that scale to meet performance requirements.
  • Identify metrics to monitor the performance of the solution.

2.2 Select high-performing and scalable storage solutions for a workload

  • Select a storage service and configuration that meets performance demands.
  • Determine storage services that can scale to accommodate future needs.

2.3 Select high-performing networking solutions for a workload

  • Select appropriate AWS connectivity options to meet performance demands.
  • Select appropriate features to optimize connectivity to AWS public services.
  • Determine an edge caching strategy to provide performance benefits.
  • Select appropriate data transfer service for migration and/or ingestion.

2.4 Choose high-performing database solutions for a workload

  • Select an appropriate database scaling strategy.
  • Determine when database caching is required for performance improvement.
  • Choose a suitable database service to meet performance needs.

3.1 Design secure access to AWS resources

  • Determine when to choose between users, groups, and roles.
  • Interpret the net effect of a given access policy.
  • Select appropriate techniques to secure a root account.
  • Determine ways to secure credentials using features of AWS IAM.
  • Determine the secure method for an application to access AWS APIs.
  • Select appropriate services to create traceability for access to AWS resources.

3.2 Design secure application tiers

  • Given traffic control requirements, determine when and how to use security groups and network ACLs.
  • Determine a network segmentation strategy using public and private subnets.
  • Select the appropriate routing mechanism to securely access AWS service endpoints or internet-based resources from Amazon VPC.
  • Select appropriate AWS services to protect applications from external threats.

3.3 Select appropriate data security options

  • Determine the policies that need to be applied to objects based on access patterns.
  • Select appropriate encryption options for data at rest and in transit for AWS services.
  • Select appropriate key management options based on requirements.

4.1 Identify cost-effective storage solutions

  • Determine the most cost-effective data storage options based on requirements.
  • Apply automated processes to ensure that data over time is stored on storage tiers that minimize costs.

4.2 Identify cost-effective compute and database services

  • Determine the most cost-effective Amazon EC2 billing options for each aspect of the workload.
  • Determine the most cost-effective database options based on requirements.
  • Select appropriate scaling strategies from a cost perspective.
  • Select and size compute resources that are optimally suited for the workload.
  • Determine options to minimize total cost of ownership (TCO) through managed services and serverless architectures.

4.3 Design cost-optimized network architectures

  • Identify when content delivery can be used to reduce costs.
  • Determine strategies to reduce data transfer costs within AWS.
  • Determine the most cost-effective connectivity options between AWS and on-premises environments

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Pr

1.1 Apply concepts required to automate a CI/CD pipeline

  •  Set up repositories
  •  Set up build services
  •  Integrate automated testing (e.g., unit tests, integrity tests)
  •  Set up deployment products/services
  •  Orchestrate multiple pipeline stages

1.2 Determine source control strategies and how to implement them

  •  Determine a workflow for integrating code changes from multiple contributors
  •  Assess security requirements and recommend code repository access design
  •  Reconcile running application versions to repository versions (tags)
  •  Differentiate different source control types

1.3 Apply concepts required to automate and integrate testing

  •  Run integration tests as part of code merge process
  •  Run load/stress testing and benchmark applications at scale
  •  Measure application health based on application exit codes (robust Health Check)
  •  Automate unit tests to check pass/fail, code coverage
  • CodePipeline, CodeBuild, etc.
  •  Integrate tests with pipeline

1.4 Apply concepts required to build and manage artifacts securely

  • Distinguish storage options based on artifacts security classification
  • Translate application requirements into Operating System and package configuration (build specs)
  • Determine the code/environment dependencies and required resources
  • Example: CodeDeploy AppSpec, CodeBuild buildspec
  • Run a code build process

1.5 Determine deployment/delivery strategies (e.g., A/B, Blue/green, Canary, Red/black) and how to implement them using AWS services

  • Determine the correct delivery strategy based on business needs
  • Critique existing deployment strategies and suggest improvements
  •  Recommend DNS/routing strategies (e.g., Route 53, ELB, ALB, load balancer) based on business continuity goals
  •  Verify deployment success/failure and automate rollbacks

2.1 Determine deployment services based on deployment needs

  • Demonstrate knowledge of process flows of deployment models
  • Given a specific deployment model, classify and implement relevant AWS services to meet requirements
  • Given the requirement to have DynamoDB choose CloudFormation instead of OpsWorks
  • Determine what to do with rolling updates

2.2 Determine application and infrastructure deployment models based on business needs

  •  Balance different considerations (cost, availability, time to recovery) based on business
  • requirements to choose the best deployment model
  •  Determine a deployment model given specific AWS services
  •  Analyze risks associated with deployment models and relevant remedies

2.3 Apply security concepts in the automation of resource provisioning

  • Choose the best automation tool given requirements
  • Demonstrate knowledge of security best practices for resource provisioning (e.g., encrypting data bags, generating credentials on the fly)
  •  Review IAM policies and assess if sufficient but least privilege is granted for all lifecycle stages
  • of a deployment (e.g., create, update, promote)
  •  Review credential management solutions (e.g., EC2 parameter store, third party)
  •  Build the automation
  • CloudFormation template, Chef Recipe, Cookbooks, Code pipeline, etc.

2.4 Determine how to implement lifecycle hooks on a deployment

  • Determine appropriate integration techniques to meet project requirements
  • Choose the appropriate hook solution (e.g., implement leader node selection after a node failure) in an Auto Scaling group
  • Evaluate hook implementation for failure impacts (if a remote call fails, if a dependent service is temporarily unavailable (i.e., Amazon S3), and recommend resiliency improvements
  • Evaluate deployment rollout procedures for failure impacts and evaluate rollback/recovery processes

2.5 Apply concepts required to manage systems using AWS configuration management tools and services

  • Identify pros and cons of AWS configuration management tools
  • Demonstrate knowledge of configuration management components
  • Show the ability to run configuration management services end to end with no assistance while adhering to industry best practices

3.1 Determine how to set up the aggregation, storage, and analysis of logs and metrics

  • Implement and configure distributed logs collection and processing (e.g., agents, syslog, flumed, CW agent)
  •  Aggregate logs (e.g., Amazon S3, CW Logs, intermediate systems (EMR), Kinesis FH –Transformation, ELK/BI)
  •  Implement custom CW metrics, Log subscription filters
  •  Manage Log storage lifecycle (e.g., CW to S3, S3 lifecycle, S3 events)

3.2 Apply concepts required to automate monitoring and event management of an environment

  • Parse logs (e.g., Amazon S3 data events/event logs/ELB/ALB/CF access logs) and correlate with other alarms/events (e.g., CW events to AWS Lambda) and take appropriate action
  • Use CloudTrail/VPC flow logs for detective control (e.g., CT, CW log filters, Athena, NACL or WAF rules) and take dependent actions (AWS step) based on error handling logic (state machine)
  • Configure and implement Patch/inventory/state management using ESM (SSM), Inspector, CodeDeploy, OpsWorks, and CW agents
  • EC2 retirement/maintenance
  • Handle scaling/failover events (e.g., ASG, DB HA, route table/DNS update, Application Config, Auto Recovery, PH dashboard, TA)
  • Determine how to automate the creation of monitoring

3.3 Apply concepts required to audit, log, and monitor operating systems, infrastructures, and applications

  • Monitor end to end service metrics (DDB/S3) using available AWS tools (X-ray with EB and Lambda)
  • Verify environment/OS state through auditing (Inspector), Config rules, CloudTrail (process and action), and AWS APIs
  • Enable, configure, and analyze custom metrics (e.g., Application metrics, memory, KCL/KPL) and take action
  • Ensure container monitoring (e.g., task state, placement, logging, port mapping, LB)
  • Distinguish between services that enable service level or OS level monitoring Example: AWS services that use OS agents (e.g., Inspector, SSM)

3.4 Determine how to implement tagging and other metadata strategies

  •  Segregate authority based on tagging (lifecycle stages – dev/prod) with Condition context keys
  •  Utilize Amazon S3 system/user-defined metadata for classification and automation
  •  Design and implement tag-based deployment groups with CodeDeploy
  •  Best practice for cost allocation/optimization with tagging

4.1 Apply concepts required to enforce standards for logging, metrics, monitoring, testing, and security

  •  Detect, report, and respond to governance and security violations
  •  Apply logging standards across application, operating system, and infrastructure
  •  Apply context specific application health and performance monitoring
  •  Outline standards for delivery models for logs and metrics (e.g., JSON, XML, Data Normalization)

4.2 Determine how to optimize cost through automation

  1.  Prioritize automation effort to reduce labor costs
  2.  Implement right sizing of workload based on metrics
  3.  Assess ways to improve time to market through automating process orchestration and
  4. repeatable tasks
  5.  Diagnose outliers to determine use case fit Example: Configuration drift
  6.  Measure and automate cost optimization through events Example: Trusted Advisor

4.3 Apply concepts required to implement governance strategies

  • Generalize governance standards across CI/CD pipeline
  • Outline and measure the real-time status of compliance with governance strategies
  •  Report on compliance with governance strategies
  • Deploy governance policies related to self-service capabilities Example: Service Catalog, CFN Nag

5.1 Troubleshoot issues and determine how to restore operations

  •  Given an issue, evaluate how to narrow down the unhealthy components as quickly as possible
  •  Given an increase in load, determine what steps to take to mitigate the impact
  •  Determine the causes and impacts of a failure  Example: Deployment, operations
  •  Determine the best way to restore operations after a failure occurs
  •  Investigate and correlate logged events with application components Example: application source code

5.2 Determine how to automate event management and alerting

  • Set up automated restores from backup in the event of a catastrophic failure
  • Set up methods to deliver alerts and notifications that are appropriate for different types of events
  •  Assess the quality/actionability of alerts
  •  Configure metrics appropriate to an application’s SLAs
  •  Proactively update limits

5.3 Apply concepts required to implement automated healing

  •  Set up the correct scaling strategy to enable auto-healing when a failure occurs (e.g., with Auto Scaling policies)
  •  Use the correct rollback strategy to avoid impact from failed deployments
  •  Configure Route 53 to ensure cross-Region failover
  •  Detect and respond to maintenance or Spot termination events

5.4 Apply concepts required to set up event-driven automated actions

  • Configure Lambda functions or CloudWatch actions to implement automated actions
  •  Set up CloudWatch event rules and/or Config rules and targets
  •  Use AWS Systems Manager or Step Functions to coordinate components (e.g., Lambda, use maintenance windows)
  •  Configure a build/roll-out process to automatically respond to critical software updates

6.1 Determine appropriate use of multi-AZ versus multi-Region architectures

  • Determine deployment strategy based on HA/DR requirements
  • Determine data replication strategy based on cost and durability requirements
  • Determine infrastructure, platform, and services based on HA/DR requirements
  • Design for HA/FT/DR based on service availability (i.e., global/regional/single AZ)

6.2 Determine how to implement high availability, scalability, and fault tolerance

  • Design deployment strategy to support HA/FT/scalability
  • Assess statefulness of application infrastructure components
  •  Use load balancing to distribute traffic across multiple AZ/ASGs/instance types (spot/M4 vs
  • C4) /targets
  •  Use appropriate caching solutions to improve availability and performance

6.3 Determine the right services based on business needs (e.g., RTO/RPO, cost)

  •  Determine cost-effective storage solution for your application Example: tiered, archival, EBS type, hot/cold
  •  Choose a database platform and configuration to meet business requirements
  •  Choose a cost-effective compute platform based on business requirements Example: Spot
  •  Choose a deployment service/model based on business requirements Example: Code Deploy, Blue/Green deployment
  •  Determine when to use managed service vs. self-managed infrastructure (Docker on EC2 vs. ECS)

6.4 Determine how to design and automate disaster recovery strategies

  •  Automate failure detection
  •  Automate components/environment recovery
  •  Choose appropriate deployment strategy for environment recovery
  •  Design automation to support failover in hybrid environment

6.5 Evaluate a deployment for points of failure

  •  Determine appropriate deployment-specific health checks
  •  Implement failure detection during deployment
  •  Implement failure event handling/response
  •  Ensure that resources/components/processes exist to react to failures during deployment
  •  Look for exit codes on each event of the deployment
  •  Map errors to different points of deployment professional (DOP-C01)

AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional

1.1 Determine cross-account authentication and access strategy for complex organizations.

 Analyze the organizational structure

 Evaluate the current authentication infrastructure

 Analyze the AWS resources at an account level

 Determine an auditing strategy for authentication and access

1.2 Determine how to design networks for complex organizations.

  •  Outline an IP addressing strategy for VPCs
  •  Determine DNS strategy
  •  Classify network traffic and security
  • Determine connectivity needs for hybrid environments
  •  Determine a way to audit network traffic

1.3 Determine how to design a multi-account AWS environment for complex organizations.

  •  Determine how to use AWS Organizations
  •  Implement the most appropriate account structure for proper cost allocation, agility, and
  • security
  •  Recommend a central audit and event notification strategy
  •  Decide on an access strategy

2.1 Determine security requirements and controls when designing and implementing a solution.

  •  Implement infrastructure as code
  • Determine prevention controls for large-scale web applications
  •  Determine roles and responsibilities of applications
  •  Determine a secure method to manage credentials for the solutions/applications
  •  Enable detection controls and security services for large-scale applications
  •  Enforce host and network security boundaries
  •  Enable encryption in transit and at rest

2.2 Determine a solution design and implementation strategy to meet reliability requirements.

  •  Design a highly available application environment
  •  Determine advanced techniques to detect for failure and service recoverability
  •  Determine processes and components to monitor and recover from regional service disruptions with regional failover

2.3 Determine a solution design to ensure business continuity.

  • Architect an automated, cost-effective back-up solution that supports business continuity
  • across multiple AWS Regions
  •  Determine an architecture that provides application and infrastructure availability in the event of a service disruption

2.4 Determine a solution design to meet performance objectives.

  • Design internet-scale application architectures
  • Design an architecture for performance according to business objectives
  • Apply design patterns to meet business objectives with caches, buffering, and replicas

2.5 Determine a deployment strategy to meet business requirements when designing and implementing a solution.

  •  Determine resource provisioning strategy to meet business objectives
  •  Determine a migration process to change the version of a service
  •  Determine services to meet deployment strategy
  •  Determine patch management strategy

3.1 Select existing workloads and processes for potential migration to the cloud.

  • Complete an application migration assessment
  • Classify applications according to the six Rs (re-host, re-platform, re-purchase, refactor, retire, and retain)

3.2 Select migration tools and/or services for new and migrated solutions based on detailed AWS


  •  Select an appropriate database transfer mechanism
  •  Select an appropriate data transfer service
  •  Select an appropriate data transfer target
  •  Select an appropriate server migration mechanism
  •  Apply the appropriate security methods to the migration tools

3.3 Determine a new cloud architecture for an existing solution.

  •  Evaluate business applications and determine the target cloud architecture
  •  Break down the functionality of applications into services
  •  Determine target database platforms

3.4 Determine a strategy for migrating existing on-premises workloads to the cloud.

  •  Determine the desired prioritization strategy of the organization
  •  Analyze data volume and rate of change to determine a data transfer strategy
  •  Evaluate cutover strategies
  •  Assess internal and external compliance requirements for a successful migration

4.1 Select a cost-effective pricing model for a solution.

  •  Purchase resources based on usage requirements
  •  Identify when to use different storage tiers

4.2 Determine which controls to design and implement that will ensure cost optimization.

  •  Determine an AWS-generated cost allocation tags strategy that allows mapping cost to business units
  •  Determine a mechanism to monitor when underutilized resources are present
  •  Determine a way to manage commonly deployed resources to achieve governance
  •  Define a way to plan costs that do not exceed the budget amount

4.3 Identify opportunities to reduce cost in an existing architecture.

  • Distinguish opportunities to use AWS Managed Services
  •  Determine which services are most cost-effective in meeting business objectives

5.1 Troubleshoot solutions architectures.

  • Assess an existing application architecture for deficiencies
  •  Analyze application and infrastructure logs
  •  Test possible solutions in non-production environment

5.2 Determine a strategy to improve an existing solution for operational excellence.

  •  Determine the most appropriate logging and monitoring strategy
  •  Recommend the appropriate AWS offering(s) to enable configuration management automation

5.3 Determine a strategy to improve the reliability of an existing solution.

  •  Evaluate existing architecture to determine areas that are not sufficiently reliable
  •  Remediate single points of failure
  •  Enable data replication, self-healing, and elastic features and services
  •  Test the reliability of the new solution

5.4 Determine a strategy to improve the performance of an existing solution.

  •  Reconcile current performance metrics against performance targets
  •  Identify and examine performance bottlenecks
  •  Recommend and test potential remediation solutions

5.5 Determine a strategy to improve the security of an existing solution.

  •  Evaluate AWS Secrets Manager strategy
  •  Audit the environment for security vulnerabilities
  •  Enable manual and/or automated responses to the detection of vulnerabilities

5.6 Determine how to improve the deployment of an existing solution.

  •  Evaluate appropriate tooling to enable infrastructure as code
  •  Evaluate current deployment processes for improvement opportunities
  •  Test automated deployment and rollback strategies

6.1 Determine appropriate use of multi-AZ versus multi-Region architectures

  • Determine deployment strategy based on HA/DR requirements
  • Determine data replication strategy based on cost and durability requirements
  • Determine infrastructure, platform, and services based on HA/DR requirements
  • Design for HA/FT/DR based on service availability (i.e., global/regional/single AZ)

6.2 Determine how to implement high availability, scalability, and fault tolerance

  • Design deployment strategy to support HA/FT/scalability
  • Assess statefulness of application infrastructure components
  •  Use load balancing to distribute traffic across multiple AZ/ASGs/instance types (spot/M4 vs
  • C4) /targets
  •  Use appropriate caching solutions to improve availability and performance

6.3 Determine the right services based on business needs (e.g., RTO/RPO, cost)

  •  Determine cost-effective storage solution for your application Example: tiered, archival, EBS type, hot/cold
  •  Choose a database platform and configuration to meet business requirements
  •  Choose a cost-effective compute platform based on business requirements Example: Spot
  •  Choose a deployment service/model based on business requirements Example: Code Deploy, Blue/Green deployment
  •  Determine when to use managed service vs. self-managed infrastructure (Docker on EC2 vs. ECS)

6.4 Determine how to design and automate disaster recovery strategies

  •  Automate failure detection
  •  Automate components/environment recovery
  •  Choose appropriate deployment strategy for environment recovery
  •  Design automation to support failover in hybrid environment

6.5 Evaluate a deployment for points of failure

  •  Determine appropriate deployment-specific health checks
  •  Implement failure detection during deployment
  •  Implement failure event handling/response
  •  Ensure that resources/components/processes exist to react to failures during deployment
  •  Look for exit codes on each event of the deployment
  •  Map errors to different points of deployment professional (DOP-C01)

Who is this training for?

Students wanting to earn AWS certifications
Network Administrators and System Administrators
Programmers looking to build IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS-based applications
Professionals in the process of migration to AWS from their current data centers
Professionals expecting to upskill their cloud computing expertise
Freshers looking for career opportunity in cloud computing
AWS professionals looking for industrial insights
Professionals looking to upgrade their career through AWS certifications

Job Profiles You deserve after completing AWS Certification

AWS cloud Architect
SysOps Administrator
Cloud Developer
Cloud software engineer
Cloud DevOps Engineer
AWS system Integrator
AWS Cloud Engineer
System Administrator
Front-end Developer
Data Scientist
Software Architect
Full-Stack Developer
Java Developer
Development Operation Engineer
.NET developer

You probably know this already! Right?

When certified, more than 80% of people identified a higher salary as an incentive to learn and pursue AWS certification
Upto 30 Lpa – Salary range offered to beginners by giants like TCS, HCL, Wipro, and TechMahindra.
AWS continues its dominance with 45% market share IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) globally.
88% – HRs prefer a certification while processing resumes – says an Open Source Jobs Report.
52% AWS certified professionals increased their career opportunities & enhanced earning potential.
87% of hiring professionals prefer hiring hands-on learning candidates with AWS application skills.

The highest-paying job with AWS certification starts with ₹96 Lakhs per year.

60% – Job demands AWS skills for cloud computing profession

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Know Your Mentor

None of the technologies is complex since created by human beings. Hence, anyone can learn it and create something new.

#13 proudly presents Vimal Daga as the mentor for this program

A world record holder, Mr. Vimal Daga is a Technologist, Philanthropist & A TEDx Speaker who is dedicatedly working atowards his vision- “Awakening the youth through a culture of right education”.

He is the first one in the world to become “RedHat Certified Architect Level 25 along with Enterprise Application Level 10”. Companies benefited from his 19+ years of experience.

He has expertise in multitude of latest and high-end technologies namely Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Delphix, AppDynamics, Docker, DevOps, Cloud Computing, AWS, and many more.
2,00,000+ Students Impacted
1,50,000+ Professionals trained
75+ Global Certifications
200+ Companies benefited

Vimal's Journey
From humble beginnings to winning learners' hearts across the globe

With the expertise to deliver any technology in an easy way and a heart to share his knowledge, Vimal Daga is a self-made IT enthusiast. He is meticulous about researching the skills needed for the future and making them available for the entrepreneurs & professionals of tomorrow. The masterly IT consultant has changed the lives of many students with his inspiring teachings. 

You can be the next!

Stepping Stones of Vimal’s vision: 

Vimal Daga, in his near 20 years of experience has earned many laurels. To mention a few:

  • Became Young Entrepreneur 
  • A TedX speaker
  • Trained more than 3500+ students for free
  • Two-time world record holder
  • Fastest achiever of 11 AWS global certifications (in 11 days)
  • Highest RHCA level holder (25th level with 10th level EA)
  • Creating 100s and more of entrepreneurs through his trainings

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dates : 17th May, 2022 Onwards (Tuesday – Friday)

Time : 9:15 pm to 10:45 pm IST

The program will be delivered LIVE, providing full interactive opportunities to participants for sustainable learning.

No, we don’t provide any. But Yes, we do provide the access to the material which was covered in the training for your future reference

No, we are not offering any corporate or group discount.

We start from the very basics, so no previous knowledge is required.

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