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AWS SysOps Associate Online Training

AWS SysOps Associate Online Training is a course which is especially designed for system administrators. It is good if the administrator has the experience of at least one year or more. The AWS sysops certification will help the student to control and maintain the flow of data and do many other kinds of jobs.

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Course Overview

If a candidate has to go for DevOps certification, then he should take AWS sysops exam. It is so because it is a prerequisite for DevOps certification. The candidate will also learn the migration of the applications to AWS platform along with controlling the flow of data, controlling operations cost, and many more.

Key Features

  • The AWS sysops training will be given online and it will be led by instructor.
  • Job assistance will be provided
  • Availability of lab sessions
  • Simulation exams will be provided
  • Complete AWS sysops associate course and learn various aspects of AWS
  • The AWS sysops certification price is not very high
  • Students will learn proper usage of AWS through AWS sysops course 
  • Learn migration of applications to WS through AWS sysops associate course
Who should take this course?

The AWS certified sysops administrator course has been designed for beginners who have no knowledge of AWS. Besides the beginners, system administrators having experience of at least one year can go for the course. Programmers can also go for AWS sysops associate certification if they want to learn migration and deployment of applications on AWS. 


Course curriculum
    • Introduction to Cloud Computing
    • Benefits of Cloud Computing
    • Cloud Service Models
    • Cloud Deployment Models
    • Scaling & Types
    • Cloud Computing Issues
    • Security
    • Costing Model
    • SLA, Legal and compliance
    • Cloud Interoperability Issue
    • Migration
    • Virtualization and cloud computing
    • Types of virtualization
    • Virtualization terminologies
    • Hypervisor, types & features
    • Introduction to creating scalable instances using AWS EC2
    • Instances & Types
    • Pricing models
    • Instance purchasing options
    • Amazon Machine Images (AMI)
    • Instance store & EBS Volumes
    • Managing Volumes, adding additional volumes, modifying the root volume
    • Troubleshooting issues with volumes, snapshots and AMIs
    • Launching your first AWS Windows Server & Linux Instances
    • Setting up security
    • Firewall & Security Groups
    • Choosing & Creating custom AMIs
    • Snapshots & Recovery, snapshot scheduling
    • Managing updates
    • Usage reports & limits
    • Creating a new AMI
    • Deploying a new instance from the custom AMI
    • Elastic IP, BYOIP
    • Hibernating instances
    • Key Pairs
    • Load balancing, Application & network load balancing
    • Creating an ALB web server
    • Auto Scaling
    • Troubleshooting Issues
    • Introduction to AWS CLI
    • Installation
    • Connecting to your AWS account via CLI
    • Other functionalities with CLI
    • Difference between EC2 & Lightsail
    • Advantages & Functionalities
    • Available options on instances and AMIs
    • Creating a instance & connecting to it
    • Snapshots
    • DNS records
    • Elastic IPs
    • Troubleshooting
    • Fundamentals
    • Comparison with EC2, Lightsail & Elastic Beanstalk
    • Hosting a sample application in EB
    • Common issues & troubleshooting
    • ECS (Elastic Container Service)
    • EKS (Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes)
    • Lambda
    • Introduction to storage
    • AWS Storage Tiers
    • Use cases
    • Buckets & Objects
    • Encryption, Logging
    • S3 durability and redundancy
    • S3 Uploading Downloading
    • S3 Permissions
    • Hosting a static website in AWS S3
    • Access Control Lists & Bucket Policies
    • S3 Object Versioning
    • S3 Lifecycle Policies
    • Cross Region Replication
    • EC2-S3 Integration
    • Reduced Redundancy Storage, S3-IA
    • S3 storage class analysis
    • Introduction
    • Putting & retrieving objects
    • S3 Glacier Deep Archive
    • Concepts of Network File System (NFS)
    • Creating an EFS storage
    • Difference between EFS and other storage options
    • Mounting EFS
    • Troubleshooting issues regarding permissions
    • AWS FSx
    • AWS Storage Gateway
    • Selecting the Database type
    • Configuring & creating the database
    • DB Security groups
    • Snapshots
    • Recovering a db instance from snapshot
    • Configuring backups
    • Connecting to the database
    • Creating a dynamo db
    • Advantages of using DynamoDB
    • Configuring alarms
    • Connecting to Dynamo DB
    • Elasticache
    • Neptune
    • Redshift
    • AWS Server Migration Service
    • AWS Database Migration Service
    • Best Practices&Challenges
    • IAM introduction
    • Importance of IAM
    • Creating & managing Users and Groups
    • Access Key & Secret Key
    • Creating custom policies
    • Applying policies
    • Password Policy
    • Sample Policies
    • Roles
    • API keys service access
    • Key Management Service
    • IAM Best Practices
    • Access billing and create alerts on billing
    • IAM Overview and Policies
    • IAM Users, Groups, and Roles
    • Creating Users on IAM
    • Creating new Policies and applying to Roles/Users
    • Creating IAM Groups and adding users to groups
    • Adding/Modifying/Deleting permissions
    • Creating and Assigning Roles to AWS Resources
    • AWS Resource Access Manager (RAM)
    • AWS Secrets Manager
    • AWS Guard Duty
    • AWS Inspector
    • AWS Certificate Manager
    • AWS Directory Service
    • Web Application Firewall (WAF) & Shield
    • Importance of creating and managing multiple accounts in a corporate scenario
    • Creating an organization
    • Adding OUs
    • Billing & management
    • Introduction to Infrastructure as a Code
    • CF stacks & templates
    • Creating an S3 buckets etc.
    • Saving, managing & importing templates
    • Updating & Versioning
    • Cloud watch dashboard
    • Configuring Monitoring services
    • Setting thresholds
    • Configuring actions
    • Creating a cloud watch alarm
    • Getting statistics for ec2 instances
    • Monitoring other AWS services
    • Configuring Notifications
    • Integrating cloud watch with Auto scaling
    • Introduction to Load Balancing
    • Types& scenarios
    • Launch configuration
    • Configuring a Load balanced web server
    • Introduction to Autoscaling
    • Configuring auto scaling with EC2
    • Rules & Alarms
    • Troubleshooting
    • Introduction to Logging
    • Creating a trail
    • Event History
    • AWS Systems Manager
    • AWS Trusted Advisor
    • AWS License Manager
    • AWS Personal Health Dashboard
    • Use of cloud front
    • Creating a cloud front distribution
    • Hosting a website of cloud front distribution
    • Invalidations
    • Configuring origins and behaviors
    • DNS Concepts and Working
    • Domain registration
    • Configuring record set
    • Configuring DNS with web servers & CDN
    • Routing Tables
    • Troubleshooting
    • What is VPC?
    • VPC configuration
    • Public & Private subnets
    • Internet gateway & NAT gateway
    • VPC security
    • Elastic IP’s
    • Inbound and outbound ACL’s
    • Designing a VPC
    • Gateways
    • Routing Tables
    • VPC Peering
    • Best Practices
    • What is SNS
    • Creating a topic
    • Create subscription
    • SQS
    • SWF
    • WorkDocs
    • WorkMail
    • Workspaces
    • Other application services including kinesis, Cognito etc
    • Billing & Cost Management
    • Designing highly available, cost-efficient, fault-tolerant, scalable Infrastructure
    • Best Security practices & DR
Market Overview
AWS SysOps Associate Online Training FAQ’s:
1.What does AWS sysops administrator do?

The AWS certified sysops administrator associate has many responsibilities. Some of them have been mentioned here.

  • He has to look after cloud management configuration.
  • He has to improve the usage of resources in order to control cost.
  • He has to monitor the AWS resources.

2.What is AWS sysops?

An AWS sysops has to run and monitor a computer server. He can be found in any cloud project and has to perform the task of managing and operating the systems available on the platform of AWS.

3.How hard is AWS sysops certification?

The AWS sysops exam is considered as one of the hardest exams. If people go through AWS sysops certification sample questions and take AWS sysops practice exam, the exam can become easy for them. The main aspects of the exam are operational and deployment and tricky questions can be asked. If a candidate has an experience of system administrator or something similar, he can easily answer the questions.

4.How to do preparations of AWS sysops exam?

The candidate has to go through AWS sysops syllabus and then take the help of AWS sysops study guide to do preparation of the exam.

5.What is the cost of the exam?

The AWS sysops exam cost is $150.

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