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Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services


As a secure cloud services platform and subsidiary to Amazon.com, AWS offers computing power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow.

What you'll learn

  • Configure and manage Sales and Service Cloud
  • Gain insight into each of the functional user groups (Inside Sales, Outside Sales, Marketing, Customer Support and Management)
  • Implement automation, security, debugging, data validation and customize apps
  • Deploy applications and manage changes to the Force.com platform
  • Develop new applications using the declarative interface and Force.com fundamentals
  • Configure the user interface


Course Contents

1. Introduction to Cloud Computing

Challenges with Distributed Computing
Introduction to Cloud Computing
Challenges in onsite datacentre
Why Cloud Computing
Benefits of Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Models(Private, Public & Hybrid)
Software as a Service(SAAS)
Platform as Service(PAAS)
nfrastructure as Service(IAAS)

2. Introduction to AWS 

What is AWS?

Why we go for AWS?

History of AWS and Services of AWS

Understanding the regions

Understanding Available zones(AZ’s)

Understanding the edge locations

Introduction to the AWS products & Services

Understanding the market place

Understanding the various components of AWS

Understanding the AWS Certification path

3. Elastic Compute Cloud Essentials(EC2)

 Introduction to the AWS Management Console
 Regions and Availability Zones – How to choose the right one?
 Amazon Machine Images (AMI)
 Finding the right AMI
 Launching an instance(Linux & Win) – How to choose the right instance type
 Security via Key Pairs
 Working with the Security Group
 Assigning Elastic IPs
 Logging into the instance
 Hands-on-Lab on EC2

4. EC2 Instances and operations 

 Use standard AWS infrastructure features such as Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC).
 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
 Creating and accessing both Windows & Linux Servers from console and Command Line Interface (CLI).
 Build functioning virtual private networks with Amazon VPC from the ground up using the AWS.
 Deploy Amazon EC2 instances using command line calls.
 Monitor the health of Amazon EC2 instances and other AWS services.
 Manage user identity, AWS permissions, and security in the cloud.
 Manage resource consumption in an AWS account using an Amazon Cloud Watch and Trusted Advisor.
 Select and implement the best strategy for creating reusable Amazon EC2 instances.
 Configure an EC2 Server that launches behind a load balancer, with the system scaling up and down
 Edit and troubleshoot a basic AWS Cloud Formation stack definition
 Deciding between On-demand instances, Spot instances & Reserved Instances
 EC2 Reserved Instance Marketplace
 Troubleshoot the most common problems with instances
 Hands-on-Lab on EC2 Operations

5. Working with AMIs

 Understanding Amazon Machine Image (IAM)
 Choosing the right AMI
 Creating your own AMI
 Deciding what goes into an AMI
 Migrating OS across the regions through AMI
 Hands-on-Lab on AMI

6. Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)

 Creating and deleting volumes
 Attaching and detaching volumes
 Mounting and Unmounting the attached volume
 Creating snapshots and managing snapshots
 Recovering the volumes with snapshot
 Migrating volumes from one region to another region
 Hands-on-Lab on EBS

7. Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

 Creating a load balancer
 Internal Load balancer
 External Load balancer
 Load balancing protocols
 Security groups for the load balancer
 Configure health check for the load balancer
 Adding multiple instance to the load balancer
 Cross-zone load balancing
 Connection Draining
 Hands-on-Lab on ELB

8. Auto Scaling

 What is auto-scaling?
 Auto-scaling components
 Benefits of auto scaling
 Creation of launch configuration
 Configuration of auto-scaling policies based on the Load on EC2 instances.
 Advantages of using Auto scaling
 Hands-on-Lab on Auto scaling

9. Identity and access management (IAM)

 Understanding IAM in AWS
 Creating and managing user accounts in AWS
 Creating and managing Groups in IAM
 Creating and assigning roles in IAM
 Delegation of permissions for users
 Creation of custom policies for delegation
 Setting up multi factor Authentication (MFA)
 Managing Account settings
 Understanding report and generating Credential Report
 Hands-on-Lab on IAM

10. Simple Storage Service (S3)

 Creating and managing S3 buckets
 Managing objects in the S3 buckets
 Managing AWS S3 with Command Line Interface (CLI)
 Creation of a static website using S3 storage
 Uses of S3 storage
 Working with Permissions of S3.
 Discussing lifecycles in s3
 Deploying website on S3 storage
 Accessing S3 storage via Tools( s3 Browser & Cloud berry)
 Hands-on-Lab on S3

11. Amazon Glacier Storage

 Creating Vaults
 Accessing the Glacier vault using tools
 Using Glacier for backups
 Retrieval period
 Hands-on-Lab on Glacier

12. AWS Networking(VPC)

 Understanding network components in AWS
 VPC Essentials
 Building A Non-Default VPC
 VPC Networking & Security
 Configuring A NAT Instance
 DB Subnet Groups
 ACL & Security Groups
 Elastic IP Addresses And Elastic Network Interfaces
 Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues
 Hands-on-Lab on VPC

13. Relational Database Service

 Understanding db operations in AWS
 Selecting the Engine
 Configuring the Database Engine
 Creating your Database
 Setting up automatic backups
 Authorizing access to the DB via DB Security Groups
 Hands-on-Lab on Database on AWS

14. Clouds Watch

 Debugging cloud-related issues
 Monitoring the AWS Service Health Dashboard
 Monitoring with Cloud watch
 Getting statistics for a specific EC2 instance
 Getting aggregated statistics
 Metrics for other AWS Services and related namespaces
 Setting up notifications
 Use Cloud Watch To Monitor An Instance Dedicated To Monitoring
 Monitoring The Elastic Load Balancer For Performance And Availability
 Hands-on-Lab on Cloud Watch

15. Simple Notification Service (SNS)

 Understanding SNS
 Understanding TOPIC
 Creating and managing TOPIC
 Publish to a TOPIC
 Configuring the scbscriptions
 Configuring and managind alerts to various Services
 Sending messages to Mobile
 Configuring SNS to send the messages to HTTP/HTTPS
 Integrating SNS with Cloud watch and monitoring the alerts
 Hands-On-Lab On Simple Notification Service(SNS)

16. Simple Queue Service (SQS)

 Creation of a queue
 Sending messages to the queue
 Setting SNS to SQS
 Retrieving messages from SQS
 Hands-on-Lab on SQS

17. AWS Cloud Formation

 Understanding the AWS cloud formation
 Understanding Stack in AWS
 Building AWS infrastructure as a code
 Utilization of Sample templates
 Managing the stack in S3
 Building EC2 Instance with Cloud formation
 Introduction to JSON
 Troubleshooting issue from cloud formation
 Hands-on-Lab on Cloud formation

About us

Bluebell Research Australia Pty. Ltd. is an Australian Startup engaged in training and placing candidates across Australia.

Contact Us

Email: training@bluebellresearch.com.au

Ph: +61 457298829/416769207

Address: 79 George Street, Parramatta, NSW, Australia

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