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    The AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam validates technical expertise in designing and deploying scalable, highly available, and fault-tolerant systems on AWS. Join this half-day, intermediate-level training to learn how to prepare for the exam by exploring the exam’s topic areas and how they map to architecting on AWS and to specific areas to study. 

    Course Objectives

    In this course, you will learn:

      • What to expect from the exam
      • How the exam is structured, including question types
      • How to determine how questions relate to AWS architectural concepts
      • How to interpret the concepts being tested by an exam question
      • How to allocate your study time for the exam

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      • Introduction
        • Introduction to AWS
        • Scope of an AWS Engineer
        • Tips to get you Exam clear.
      • History and Overview
        • History of AWS
        • Signing up to an AWS platform
      • S3 (Simple Storage Service) & IAM
        • Overview and Lab 
        • How to add Create Billing Alarm
        • Create your first s3 bucket
        • S3 Encryption, Security and Version Controls
        • S3 Lifecycle Management
        • Replicating S3 cross region
        • Transfer Acceleration
        • Glaciers
        • CloudFront 
        • Snowball
        • Storage Gateways
        • IAM and S3 Summary
      • AWS EC2
        • Introduction to EC2
        • Lets start an EC2 
        • Security Groups
        • Elastic Block Store
        • Volumes Snapshots and EBM
        • ERD volumes and Snapshots
        • CloudWatch
        • Terminal in AWS
        • EC2 instance metadata and bootstrap scripts
        • Working with IAM and EC2
        • Elastic File system
        • Placement Groups in EC2
      • Route53
        • Registrations and Routing policies
        • Simple Routing Policy
        • Weighted Routing Policy
        • Failover Routing Policy
        • Latency Routing Policy
        • GeoLocation Routing Policy
        • GeoProximity Routing Policy
        • MultiValue Answer and Summary
      • Databases at AWS
        • Introduction
        • Create your first RDS instance
        • Backup, Multi A-Z & Read Replicas
        • DynamoDB
        • Redshift
        • Aurora
        • Elastcache
        • Databases Summary
      • AWS Virtual Private Cloud
        • Introduction To VPC
        • Build a Custom VPC
        • Network Address Translation 
        • Access Control Lists
        • VPCs and ELBs
        • Flow Logs
        • Bastian and Direct Connect
        • End Points and Summary
      • High Availability Architecture (HA)
        • Load Balancers and Health Checks
        • Load Balancer Advanced
        • Groups Auto-Scaling
        • Architecture
        • Setting Up EC2
        • High Availability Jekyll Application
        • Adding Resilience and Autoscale
        • Clean up & Cloud Formation
        • Elastic Beanstalk
        • Summary
      • AWS Applications
        • SQS
        • SWF
        • Elastic Transcoder
        • SNS
        • API Gateway
        • Kinesis
        • Web Identity Federation and Cognito
        • Summary
      • Serverless Apps
        • Lambda Concepts
        • Serverless Webpage
        • Alexa Skills 
        • Serverless Summary
      • Exam Tips and Practice Tests
        • Some Tips for your AWS Exams
        • Thank you and all the Best

      Intended Audience

      This course is intended for:

        • Solutions architects

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        This book will try to teach you how to write some code in Go, while having fun doing so. It comes with many illustrative examples and diagrams in order to make the studied concepts easy to understand.