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Khalil Kothia, PMP, Solution Architect

Khalil brings around 16+ years of experience on board in Managing, Design, development, Implementation and Deployment.

Course Objectives

AWS cloud computing fundamentals

AWS account setup

Manage Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Setup Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

Manage Simple Storage Service (S3)

Create and Manage Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

Create and Manage Simple Notification Service (SNS)

Configure AWS RDS

Using Cloud Watch Basics, Metrics and Alarms

Configure and Manage Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

Working with Auto Scaling Basics and Usage

Manage Route 53 Basics and Usage

Curriculum AWS Certification Training

Terms and Definitions of Cloud Computin  |  Cloud Computing vs Virtualization  |  Advantage and Disadvantages Cloud Computing  |  Types of Cloud XaaS, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS  |  Private, Public and Hybrid Cloud  |  Cloud Computing : Risk, Challenges and Mitigation

What is AWS?  |  AWS vs Other Cloud Computing Service Providers  |  Why organizations use AWS?  |  Personal vs Enterprise Cloud Service  |  AWS Global Infrastructure  |  AWS Physical Setup

About AWS Solution Architect Certification  |  Exam Details  |  What is Orion Papers  |  Using Orion Papers

AWS Free Tier  |  Free Tier Criteria  |  Setup AWS Free Tier Account  |  Explore AWS Console  |  AWS Help & Documentation

IAM - Identity and Access Management  |  Security Groups  |  Understanding EC2 - Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute  |  S3 - Amazon Simple Storage Service  |  EBS - Elastic Block Storage  |  ELB - Elastic Load Balancing  |  RDS - Relational Database Service  |  No SQL Amazon DynamoDB  |  Auto Scaling and Launch Configuration  |  Amazon Elastic Cache  |  VPC - Virtual Private Cloud  |  loud Formation  |  SES - Simple Email Services  |  SQS - Simple Queue Services  |  SNS - Simple Notification Services  |  Lambda - Server less computing  |  Snowball Import/Export  |  Code Commit & Tail  |  Elastic BeanStack  |  Cloud Front  |  Route-53  |  Glacier  |  Key Management Service (KMS)

What is IAM  |  IAM Setup and Configuration  |  Create user accounts  |  Setting up multi factor Authentication (MFA)  |  Policies in AWS  |  Password Policies  |  IAM Users and Policies  |  IAM Groups and Policies  |  IAM Roles  |  Custom policies  |  Account settings  |  Credential Report  |  Managing Keys Encryption - Key Management Service (KMS)

Private vs Public vs Hybrid Cloud  |  Understanding AWS Global Infrastructure  |  VMC Basics  |  Understanding Networking  |  Understanding IGW, RTs, NACls, Subnets  |  Availability Zones  |  Subnets, Route Tables & Association  |  DHCP Options Sets & DNS  |  Understanding Real time Scenario  |  Setup VPC based on real time scenario  |  VPC Peering

Understanding S3  |  What is Bucket?  |  Managing buckets  |  Managing Objects to buckets  |  Setup Notifications  |  S3 Usage  |  Managing S3, Buckets and Object Permissions and Access Controls  |  Encryption S3 Data  |  Enable Versioning, Logging for S3 objects  |  S3 Lifecycle rules  |  Using Free Third Party Tools to Manage S3  |  Hosting a Static Website  |  Cross-Origin Resource Sharing  |  Cross-region replication  |  Setup Logging with AWS CloudTrail

EBS Basics  |  Importance of EBS  |  Comparing EBS Volume Types  |  Configure EBS Encryption  |  Configure and Manage EBS snapshots  |  Attach and Detach EBS Volumes  |  Understanding Instance Store Volumes  |  Manage and Configure Instance Store volumes  |  Optimizing EBS Performance  |  Associate EBS with AMIs  |  Managing EBS Volume Sizes

What is EC2?  |  EC2 Purchasing Options  |  Regions and Availability Zones – Choose the right Region  |  Amazon Machine Images (AMI)  |  Understanding EC2 AMIs and Virtualization  |  Choosing correct EC2 Instance Types  |  EC2 Bootstrapping, User-Data, and Meta-Data  |  Choosing the right AMI  |  Create and Manage AMIs  |  EC2 Storage Options  |  On-demand, Reserved, Scheduled, Spot instances, Dedicated Hosts  |  Key-Pair and Connecting to an EC2 via SSH  |  EC2 Reserved Instance Marketplace  |  Managing and Configuring Security Groups  |  Importing and Exporting Instances  |  EC2 and Networking (Recap)  |  EBS Snapshots

RDS Basics  |  RDS Free Tier and Pricing Options  |  Configuring the Database Server  |  Creating RDS Instance  |  Automate Backups, snapshots & restores  |  Managing Security Groups and Authorizing access to the DB with RDS Security Groups  |  DB Instance Replication  |  Using IAM to Manage Access to RDS Resources  |  Understand and set RDS Limits  |  Working with MySql RDS Instance  |  RDB Instance Life Cycle  |  Working with Storage Types  |  DB Instance Upgrade  |  Working with Reserved DB Instances  |  RDS Instance Monitoring  |  Understanding RDS Log Files

DynamoDB Basics  |  SQL vs NoSQL  |  Understanding DynamoDB Pricing  |  Create and Manage DynamoDB  |  Configure and Manage Security Groups

Understanding SNS  |  Importance of SNS  |  SNS Basics  |  Working with SNS  |  Create and Manage topic  |  Subscribing to topic  |  Attach/Detach notification for EC2

Purpose of CloudWatch  |  Troubleshooting Cloud Related Issues  |  AWS Service Health DashBoard  |  Using CloudWatch to Monitor Health Dashboard  |  Monitoring EC2 instances  |  Configure and Generate CloudWatch Matrics  |  Setup CloudWatch Alarms and Notification

Elastic Load Balancing Basics  |  Why ELB?  |  ELB Working Insides  |  Comparing Classic & App ELB types.  |  Create and Manage load balancer  |  Configure Security groups  |  Load Balancer health check  |  Creating multiple instance  |  Internal vs External Load balancers  |  Understanding Load balancing protocols  |  Listener Configurations  |  SSL Negotiation Configurations  |  Connect and disconnect Subnets  |  Setup custom Domain Names  |  Cross-Zone Load Balancing  |  Troubleshooting DNS Failover  |  Managing Sticky Sessions  |  ELB Traffic Monitoring and Logging

Understanding Auto Scaling  |  Importance of Auto Scaling  |  Auto Scaling and Launch Configuration  |  Create and Manage Launch Configuration  |  Define Auto Scaling Policies  |  Manage Auto Scaling Groups  |  Associate ELB and Load Balancing  |  Enable/Disable Auto Scaling Processes  |  Monitoring Health Checks  |  Associate SNS with Auto Scaling for Notifications

Route S3 Basics  |  Why Route S3?  |  Configure Route S3  |  Link Domain Name with Route S3  |  Move Domain Services to Route S3  |  Working with Private and Public Zones  |  Troubleshooting DNS Failovers  |  Configuring Amazon Route 53 as Your DNS Service  |  Manage and Configure Subdomains

Understanding Glacier  |  Managing Archives  |  Rules for Archive  |  Using Third Party tools  |  Creating Vaults in Glacier  |  Upload Archives to a Vault in Glacier  |  Delete Vaults in Glacier  |  Using Glacier for backups  |  Configuring Vault Notification

SQS Basics  |  Purpose of SQS  |  Types of Queues  |  Standards vs FIFI Queues  |  SQS Features  |  Understanding of SQS Infrastructure  |  Messages in the Queue  |  Manage Queues  |  Understanding Message structure  |  Receive an Delete Message

What is SES?  |  SES Integration with other services  |  Sending and Receiving Email  |  Manage Accesses  |  Sending an Email using API and SMTP Interface  |  Understanding Email Receiving Pipeline

Elastic Beanstalk Basics  |  Manage Web-App using Elastic Beanstalk  |  Deploying .Net application using Beanstalk  |  Deploying Java application using Beanstalk  |  Deploying WordPress application using Beanstalk

CloudFront Basics  |  Importance of Content Delivery Network  |  CloudFront Delivers Content  |  Managing Content Distributions  |  Working with Web Distributions  |  Working with Objects  |  Request and Response Behaviour  |  Serving Private Content through CloudFront  |  Using an HTTPS Connection  |  Managing Authentications and Access Control  |  Monitoring CloudFront Activity Using CloudWatch

ElastiCache Basics  |  Purpose of ElastiCache  |  Understanding Clusters  |  Launch and Connect Cluster Nodes  |  Managing ElastiCache  |  Managing Replication  |  Understanding Node Auto Discovery

What is Cloud Formation  |  CloudFormation Concepts  |  Simplify Infrastructure Management  |  Create Stack using AWS CloudFormation Template Library  |  Understanding JSON  |  Preparing JSON file for data exchange

40-Hour Training

You would be provided with 30 Hours live classes conducted by instructors excelling in AWS field. AWS Training classes would be held at the time of your choosing. You can watch recorded classes again on your convenient.

AWS Assignments

After based on each session, AWS assignment would be provided. You required to complete these assignments to test your knowledge of the application of theory. In the case of any difficulty, the AWS support team would be at your disposal 24x7 through phone and email.

AWS Project & Case Study

By the end of your course, you would be provided Case Study / Project, involving the implementation of AWS. You could submit your projects and get reviewed by AWS Expert Panel.

Unlimited Lifetime Access

All AWS assignments and recorded classes provided to you during the AWS Certification Training course shall always remain functional for your access even after the course is completed.

24x7 Support

The AWS support team is available to help you resolve all your AWS related assignment, classes, and project related issues.


The expert panel of the AWS Certification Training course shall evaluate your project and provide you with the Course Completion Certificate.

Questions regarding AWS Certification Training

Any system installed with windows/mac/linux. System must have minimum 2 GB RAM, 40 GB HDD storage for better performance. Any processor above i3 would be great.
You would receive detail step-by-step instruction to set up Amazon Web Services. This environment can be used for AWS hands-on practice, assignment and project.
The instructors are minimum 15 years of IT experienced and 7 years in AWS. All of them have achieved heights in the industry and have been provided special training in order to provide the best of experience to you.
You can reschedule your live classes to a time slot at your own convenience. You will be provided full liberty to change your batch at any time. You can always contact the support team for any query.
Yes, you are allowed to enroll in AWS Certification Training yourself at any time and begin attending the classes after a period, whether a month or more.
To maintain the Quality Standards, there are a limited number of students enrolled in each class session. There are sample AWS Sessions available for you to watch instead. These sample AWS classes could give you an idea about how AWS Certification Trainings are conducted.
Sessions are completely live instructor-led. There are various live communication options are available for you to operate in case of queries during classes.