It is no longer enough to know to set up and administer traditional on-premise networks. To be relevant in modern IT, you must learn to replicate and migrate traditional networks to the cloud and perform your job roles in the cloud infrastructure that you set up.
This course will teach you, following the AWS Cloud Solution Architect official curriculum which also covers the certification, to set up a well-architected framework to support Highly Available, Scalable, and Secure web applications. 

AWS Cloud Solution Architect Syllabus

Over 10 Lectures of at least 2 hours each, covering the theory and practical of the official AWS Solution Architect Certification curriculum. It is highly recommended that you at least have a basic understanding of Linux System Administration before coming into Cloud.

Training will cover:

  • Hands-on experience using compute, networking, storage, and database AWS services
  • Hands-on experience with AWS deployment and management services
  • Ability to identify and define technical requirements for an AWS-based application
  • Ability to identify which AWS services meet a given technical requirement
  • Knowledge of recommended best practices for building secure and reliable applications on the AWS platform
  • An understanding of the basic architectural principles of building on the AWS Cloud
  • An understanding of the AWS global infrastructure
  • An understanding of network technologies as they relate to AWS
  • An understanding of security features and tools that AWS provides and how they relate to traditional services

 Our AWS Cloud Solution Architect training covers the following domains:

  • Domain 1: Design Resilient Architectures
    1.1 Design a multi-tier architecture solution
    1.2 Design highly available and/or fault-tolerant architectures
    1.3 Design decoupling mechanisms using AWS services
    1.4 Choose appropriate resilient storage
  • Domain 2: Design High-Performing Architectures
    2.1 Identify elastic and scalable compute solutions for a workload
    2.2 Select high-performing and scalable storage solutions for a workload

  • 2.3 Select high-performing networking solutions for a workload
    2.4 Choose high-performing database solutions for a workload 
  • Domain 3: Design Secure Applications and Architectures
    3.1 Design secure access to AWS resources
    3.2 Design secure application tiers
    3.3 Select appropriate data security options
  • Domain 4: Design Cost-Optimized Architectures
    4.1 Identify cost-effective storage solutions
    4.2 Identify cost-effective compute and database services
    4.3 Design cost-optimized network architectures

You have just completed your training in Cloud Solution Architecting and decided you will setup and grow your own website hosting business using the LightSail services on AWS as PaaS.  But before you commit to subscribing to the service, you want to first setup your website to promote this new business and test the market. You reckon your website will be a static one and want to deploy it in the most cost-effective way. Follow the following steps to reach your project goal

  • Register a suitable domain name for your business
  • Ensure the domain is hosted (NS and SOA Records)
  • Create web page in html and host it in S3 bucket
  • Create the appropriate DNS record using Route53 to point your registered domain name to your static S3 website
  • Generate an SSL Certificate for your new website to enable https
  • Using the CloudFront DNS and Route53 CNAME, attach your SSL certificate your website
  • To edit your website in future, simply upload the edited html file to replace the old version in your S3 bucket

Take a look at the first of about 13 lectures of Cloud to determine if it is right for you, before proceeding to buy the course