AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate [New Exam]
Updated for the current exam content.
This course is for you only IF:
1) You truly want to establish a VERY strong AWS foundation that will make your AWS career a successful one.
2) You want to ACE any technical interviews, AND
3) You plan to ACE the AWS Certification exams that you aspire.
This course is longer than the other, available, overview courses that are 20 hrs long, and claiming it will make you a Pro…
Because it dives deep into AWS knowledge and assumes absolutely no prior IT knowledge, from the ground up learning basically.
What is your rewards for working hard using this course, despite its length?, here you go:
a) Confidence in any AWS technical interview
b) ACE’ing the exam with full confidence, and with an students’ average passing score of 850+/1000
c) Learning how to think the architect way
d) Being prepared 65-70% to pass each of the following AWS Exams, AWS CSA Pro, AWS Dev Associate, AWS SysOps Associate, AWS Security Specialty
If the above sounds like a good deal, then I will meet you inside the course.
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If you just want a quick short cut to hack an exam, then this course is not for you.
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Introduction to the course:
1) What is the course Objective
2) Who should attend
3) Pre-requisite knowledge
Important information to know about the architect professional, typical responsibilities and tasks.
This lecture discusses this question which I am sure is valid for majority of the exam candidates, so let's nail this one down through this lecture.
How to best study this content and included goodies :-)
Introduction to Cloud Computing and AWS Global Infrastructure
What an On Premise data center is, what are its components, why do we need it?
What is the idea behind Cloud Computing?
How does Cloud Computing Contrast to On Premise DC
What is Capex and Opex
This lectures covers what Cloud computing is, Explains its Offerings (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)
it also Introduces the cloud types, Public , Private and Hybrid Clouds
This lectures covers AWS position as the leader for IaaS public Cloud offerings, and Why you should become AWS Certified along that line!
This lectures introduce AWS global Infrastructure and explains the concept of Regions, Availability Zones, and Data Centers as they pertain to AWS.
Getting Started with AWS - Free Tier Account Setup & AWS IAM Foundation
This lectures takes the learner into a tour over the web page on Aws.amazon.com to navigate free tier & first steps in setting up the free tier account.
First time login to the Console. And enabling MFA to the root account. An overview of the Console is also discussed.
The lecture introduces concepts like authentication and authorization. It also paves the way to learn IAM by introducing IAM identities, IAM User, Groups, Roles, and Permissions. Also demonstrates creating an IAM user.
This lectures shows how to create IAM users, how to launch them into an IAM group, group permissions, adding/removing users from a group.
Core Knowledge - VPC,Sec Group,N ACL,Elastic IP,NAT,VPN,VPC Peering& D. Connect
Introduction to understanding what a VPC is, and listing the VPC Components
Explaining VPC Components:
1) Implied Router
2) Route Table
1) IP Addressing
2) Internet Gateway
3) Public and Private Subnets
This Lan demonstrates the following VPC features/Components:
- VPC Overview
- Regions, Availability Zones and their relations to VPCs
- Default VPC created in each Region for newly created accounts
- Introduction to route tables and route tables default entries
- Editing Route tables
- Subnets, their features, and association to Route tables
This Lab demonstrates the following VPC components/features:
Additional VPC CIDR Blocks
The lectures explains:
1) Default and Custom VPC Types
2) Introduces Security Groups
A deep dive into VPC, creating a Custom VPC, A deep dive on Route table, Subnet to Route table association.
This lectures covers Security Groups in a VPC in details.
More in depth knowledge about security groups, how they work, inbound vs. outbound traffic
This lectures introduces VPC Network Access Control Lists, their function, how it works, inbound vs. outbound
A hands on demo and a deep dive into VPC NACLs
The lecture continues to dive deeper in Security Groups and Network ACLs
An even deeper dive at N ACLs and Security Groups, contrasting them to each other.
The Lectures provides two scenarios to help you apply the knowledge learned about Security Groups and N ACLs
Explaining NAT, and NAT instance Security Groups
This lectures covers the different VPC configurations that can be launched using the VPC wizard
THis demo explains the Elastic and Public IP addresses, the difference between them. It also explains the 4 different VPCs that can be created using the VPC wizard.
This lectures explains the VPC to VPC peering, how it works, and its limitations.
This hands on demo will introduce how to configure VPC Peering between VPCs from the same AWS Account in two different AWS Regions.
This lectures explains how site to site IPSec VPN can be used to connect your AWS VPC to your corporate HQ or Data Center.
This lecture explains AWS Direct Connect and how it can be used to provide a higher performance, higher bandwidth, and low latency connectivity between your VPC and Data Center or HQ
Test your theory lectures' comprehension level by practicing on these questions before going through the answers in the guided practice.
Core Knowledge - Master VPC (& its Components) Scenario-based Practice Questions
Scenario based questions to apply and practice at or above the real exam level
Core Knowledge - Master Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Exam Required Knowledge
This lecture introduces EC2, what it is, and how does it relate to the Virtualization we discussed earlier. Also, It introduces the Instance Families.
This lecture explains EBS types, Block Device Mapping and an Introduction to Snapshots
In this Demonstration lab, an Instance-Store backed EC2 instance is launched, and comparison to the EBS-Backed EC2 instance is discussed.
This lecture details the EC2 enhanced networking feature, and EC2 placement groups
This lecture discussed the Placement groups feature of EC2.
This lectures describes in detail the EC2 Service status checks, how it monitors and report on EC2 instances health. Also details the Cloud Watch monitoring options for EC2 instances, both the default and the detailed one.
This lecture details the different EC2 instance states, an EC2 instance can go through, including pending, running, stopping, stopped, and terminated states.
This lectures describes the different ways an instance can be terminated, and also details how to enable and use the termination protection feature.
This lecture explains what EC2 instance Metadata and User data are, how to read them, and what they are for.
This lecture will touch on how we can migrate virtual machines (VMs) from/to AWS EC2, and How the VM Import/Export works.
This lectures the idea of a bastion host, and why/how we use it for remote access/administration of AWS EC2 instances.
This lecture explains the different EC2 Purchase options namely, On-demand, Reserved Instances, and Spot instances, and the characteristics of each.
A detailed explanation of the ENIs, what can be done during launch, and what can be done later.
This lecture explains the ENI IP address attributes, how they can be used.
It also touches on secondary IPv4 addresses & re-assignment
This lecture explains the NAT instance Source/Destination flag (check). And how it should be configured for the NAT instance to function properly.
This lecture explains how the Public IPv4 address assignment works, and explains the difference of default and custom subnets and how it impacts this.
A very deep dive on TCP IP Packet walkthroughs in different scenarios, including AWS and NAT. A must for the Project DEMO labs coming after.
A combined lab that uses a scenario which involves custom VPC, Customer Security groups, Custom NACLs, and EC2 instances.