Fundamentals of Cloud
Fundamentals of Virtualization
Cloud Service Offerings
Cloud Deployment Models
History and Evolution of AWS
Overview of AWS Products and Services
Walk through of AWS Free Tier Account
AWS Global Infrastructure
Account & Services Layer
IAM Best Practices
Creating an IAM Policy
Creating an IAM User
Creating an IAM Group
Creating an IAM Role
Traditional Network Components
Amazon VPC Overview
Default VPC vs Custom VPC
VPC Routing Basics
VPC Best Practices
Creating a custom VPC
Creating an Elastic IP Address
Creating Internet Gateways
Creating Route Tables
Creating a Security Group
Network ACL Overview
Amazon EC2 Overview
Amazon Machine Images (AMI)
EC2 Instance Types
EC2 Purchase Options
Userdata & Metadata
Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)
EC2 Best Practices
Launch and connect to an EC2 Linux instance
Launch and connect to an EC2 Windows instance
Attaching EBS Volumes
Create an AMI
Copy AMI & Snapshots to other regions
Userdata & Metadata
High Available VPC Design
Introduction to Load Balancing
Generic Load Balancer - NGINX
Classic Load Balancer
Network Load Balancer
Application Load Balancer
Implementing Generic Load Balancer - NGINX
Implementing Classic Load Balancer
Implementing Network Load Balancer
Implementing Application Load Balancer
Introduction to Fault Tolerance
Auto Scaling Group
Attach Load Balancer to Auto Scaling
Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)
Databases best practices
Amazon S3 Overview
Amazon S3 Lifecycle Management
CloudFront and CDNs
Security and Encryption
Import/Export & Snowball
Amazon S3 Best Practices
Create and access an Amazon S3 Bucket
Amazon S3 Version Control
Amazon S3 Lifecycle Management
Security and Encryption
Amazon Route 53 Overview
Amazon Route 53 and DNS
Route 53 Routing Policies
Route 53 best practices
Route 53 costs and prices
Practice Assignment: Amazon Route 53 Hosted Zone
Route 53 Hosted Zones Demo
Simple Notification Service-SNS
Simple Queue Service-SQS
Simple Workflow Service-SWF
Monitoring - Cloudwatch
Auditing - Cloudtrail
Elastic Map Reduce
This Project will showcase how network can be build on AWS. Concepts Used : VPC, Subnets,...Read More
This Project will showcase how to host and manage the servers on AWS. Concepts Used : EC2, AMI's, EBS SnapshotsRead More
This Project will showcase how to achieve fault tolerance for applications using Auto Scaling.
Concepts Used : CloudWatch, ELB, Auto Scaling
This Project will showcase how to Host Static Application on AWS...Read More
Capital One is well known for its early adoption of new technologies to help it transform the banking customer experience. The company’s recent embrace of DevOps is just the latest step.
DevOps, which uses automation of new code to achieve faster development cycles and more frequent, more reliable releases, is a natural fit for a company that wants to be as responsive to customer feedback as possible.
Responding to customer insights is even faster, thanks to AWS services such as Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS).
“By using AWS, we’ve cut the time needed to build new application infrastructure by more than 99 percent,” says Andrukonis. "With the virtually instantaneous infrastructure available on AWS, our DevOps teams have the building blocks they need to start developing any new product as soon as they understand the intent behind it."
Netflix is showcased as the DevOps dream. And there is no lack of examples demonstrating how their environment fires on all cylinders (and all the cool things they are doing).
From its roots as a DVD rental business, Netflix introduced its online streaming offering2 in 2007. Since then, it has grown to a position where in 2015 the service accounted for over 36% of downstream Internet traffic in North America3 in 2015. And in 2017 its users streamed a little over a billion hours of content each week.
“Our journey to the cloud at Netflix began in August of 2008, when we experienced a major database corruption and fo three days could not ship DVDs to our members. That is when we realised that we had to move away from vertically-scaled single points of failure, like relational databases in our datacenter, towards highly reliable, horizontally-scalable, distributed systems in the cloud.”
Our AWS training has precisely been developed to reach out to the demand of the learners with keeping in mind the industry standards.
This AWS course will particularly be helpful for the career advancement of the following audience -
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AWS Training Classes are conducted over the Weekdays and Weekends through classroom and online sessions. Please get in touch with the Digital Lync team to get exact schedule and timings.
AWS Course duration is 50 hours.
Weekday AWS Training classes will be one hour long and Weekend classes will be three hours long.
Please find the detailed AWS course curriculum in the Digital Lync AWS training curriculum section.
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