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AWS Fundamentals

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1 Day

You should have the following prerequisite skills before taking this class:

  • Be able to navigate Windows
  • Be able to use a web browser
  • Experience logging on to, navigating, and searching a web site
  • Basic end-user skills with personal productivity software such as Microsoft Office or Google Apps
  • Familiarity with networking concepts such as server, database, storage, IP subnet, load balancing, authentication, authorization
  • Some experience as an IT practitioner, manager, or leader may be helpful
This foundational course will introduce participants to AWS and walk through implementing AWS storage and database services. Participants will also use AWS management tools and learn to secure an AWS deployment.

NOTE: To perform the course activities, participants will need to provide credit card information to create some cloud accounts. Organizations may consider alternate strategies, such as supplying a prepaid card number to participants during class that they can use to create the temporary accounts. Charges, if any, to these cards will be minimal.

This course is designed for participants working in IT (as an administrator, software developer, or manager), or any other interested individual who would like to learn about the core cloud services provided by AWS, such as:

  • Information Technology practitioners and leaders who are new to AWS and who will be supporting or implementing AWS in their organizations
  • Business and technology leaders responsible for articulating the technical and business benefits of using AWS
  • Administrators and Developers who are evaluating the use of AWS services

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Reach customers with AWS
  • Implement AWS storage and database services
  • Optimize compute and network services
  • Use AWS management tools
  • Secure an AWS deployment
Lesson 1: Getting Started with AWS
Topic A: AWS
Topic B: Leverage AWS in Your Business Strategy
Topic C: Work with the AWS Management Console

Lesson 2: Implementing AWS Storage and Database Services
Topic A: Configure AWS Storage
Topic B: Deploy Amazon Database Services

Lesson 3: Implementing Compute and Network Services
Topic A: Implement Elastic Cloud Compute Services
Topic B: Implement Virtual Networks

Lesson 4: Using AWS Management Tools
Topic A: Automate AWS Resource Provisioning
Topic B: Manage AWS Resources

Lesson 5: Securing an AWS Deployment
Topic A: Enforce AWS Security
Topic B: Optimize AWS Security
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