AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Architecture Design Principles
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Access Management
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Cloud and the Value Proposition
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Cloud Deployment and Operation
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Cloud Economics
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Cloud Security and Compliance
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Core AWS Services
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Security Support Resources
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Shared Responsibility
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Technology Support Resources

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Architecture Design Principles

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_03_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Architecture Design Principles

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe basic virtualization concepts
  • describe the purpose of the root account
  • Knowledge Check: Cloud Architecture Design Principles
  • define AWS virtual private clouds
  • compare Amazon machine images
  • describe networking in AWS
  • compare connectivity options
  • Knowledge Check: Describe AWS Private Clouds
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Explore the key aspects of Amazon Web Services (AWS) architectural design principles beginning with the first root account and identity and access decisions. In this course, you will examine cloud computing virtualization concepts, Virtual Private Cloud (VPCs), Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), and networking design principles. Virtualization is a foundational concept that makes cloud computing possible, the advances in having the ability to have multiple tenants. VPC is a way for you to launch or spin-up AWS resources into your own virtual network in the cloud that you have defined. AMI provides the necessary information and data that you need to launch an instance of an operating system, such as Linux, Ubuntu, or Microsoft Windows. Also, participants will be introduced to networking fundamentals such as virtual network interfaces or a virtual Network Interface Card (NIC) that is assigned. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Access Management

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_06_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Access Management

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe IAM password policies
  • define IAM groups and users
  • Knowledge Check: AWS IAM Service Management
  • compare IAM managed policies
  • describe IAM roles
  • describe bastion hosts and the Appstream 2.0 service
  • configure CLI access
  • describe SSO and AWS Cognito
  • Knowledge Check: AWS CLI Access Management
  • summarize AWS access management

Overview/Description

Access management is a vital pillar of Amazon Web Services (AWS) security. Examine the concept of access management, with a focus on Identity and Access Management (IAM). In this course, explore bastion hosts, Appstream 2.0, CLI (command-line interface) Access, Single-Sign-on (SSO), and Cognito. Learn about password policies that apply to IAM users. A bastion host is a system whose goal is to offer secure access to a private network from an external network like the Internet, designed and configured to withstand attacks. Appstream 2.0 is a streaming service that provides users with instant access to their desktop applications from anywhere. CLI Access is a text-based user interface used to view and manage computer files. SSO is a cloud-based single sign-on service that makes it easy to centrally manage SSO access to all of your AWS accounts and cloud applications. Amazon Cognito provides authentication, authorization, and user management for web and mobile apps. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Cloud and the Value Proposition

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_01_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Cloud and the Value Proposition

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • define cloud computing
  • compare cloud types
  • compare cloud deployment models
  • Knowledge Check: Identifying AWS Cloud Concepts
  • describe Amazon Web Services
  • define AWS agility value
  • define AWS elasticity
  • Knowledge Check: Defining AWS Value Proposition
  • define AWS cost structure
  • define the value of AWS flexibility
  • define AWS security values
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Explore the core concepts that define the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud and cloud computing. Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of compute power, database, storage, applications, and other IT resources via the Internet with pay-as-you-go pricing. In this course, you will get an overview of cloud computing, as well as an understanding of the different cloud types and compare cloud deployment models. Learn about the most popular cloud model and the one that really applies most to AWS which is public cloud deployment model. You will begin to explore AWS and the elements of agility, elasticity, cost structure, flexibility, and security benefits, also known as the value proposition. The AWS global infrastructure is designed and built to offer the most flexible, reliable, scalable, and secure cloud computing solution with the highest quality global network performance available. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Cloud Deployment and Operation

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_08_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: AWS Cloud Deployment and Operation

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • configure EC2 Linux instances
  • configure EC2 Windows instances
  • describe auto scaling and elastic load balancing
  • Knowledge Check: Configure Linux VM Instances
  • configure EBS
  • configure S3 buckets
  • define JSON
  • describe CloudFormation
  • Knowledge Check: Optimizing Network Traffic
  • discover the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Explore the fundamental aspects of Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud deployment and operations. One of the big advantages of cloud computing is not having to have human interaction to get access to or deploy resources. In this course, participants will examine the basics of deploying Linux and Windows instances as well as services such as Auto Scaling, Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), Elastic Block Storage (EBS), Simple Storage Service (S3), JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), and AWS CloudFront. Among the key concepts covered is the deployment of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Linux instances, a web-based service that delivers resizable and secure compute capacity in the AWS cloud, specifically deployed to virtual private clouds (VPCs); with Auto Scaling, you will learn to build scaling plans for operating system instances, for fleets of Windows or Linux instances, for tasks, for database tables, indexes, and even replicas. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Cloud Economics

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_02_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Cloud Economics

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe AWS Cloud Economics
  • compare cloud providers
  • Knowledge Check: AWS Cloud Economics
  • define the AWS Free Tier model
  • describe AWS pricing models
  • Knowledge Check: AWS Cloud Pricing Models
  • describe the TCO calculator
  • describe the monthly cost calendar
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is at the forefront of providing the most beneficial and powerful economic cloud model in the world. Organizations are deploying more mission-critical services and workloads on the AWS infrastructure. In this course, participants discover why AWS is far superior to its competitors by comparing it to other cloud providers. You will realize the importance of cloud economics by examining the fundamentals of AWS Cloud Economics and explore the AWS free tier model, AWS pricing, and tools such as the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculator, and the monthly cost calendar. The ASW TCO calculator tool lets you estimate individual or multiple prices and even use templates to evaluate wide-ranging solutions. The AWS monthly cost calendar tool will let you estimate individual or multiple prices and even use templates to evaluate wide-ranging solutions. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Cloud Security & Compliance

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_05_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Cloud Security & Compliance

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe the benefits of cloud security
  • survey the AWS compliance programs
  • Knowledge Check: AWS Compliance Services
  • define AWS Artifact
  • describe the CSA Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire
  • describe the AWS Compliance Solutions Guide
  • Knowledge Check: AWS Security and Compliance
  • summarize AWS security and compliance

Overview/Description

Amazon Web Services (AWS) compliance allows you to utilize governance-focused and audit-friendly services. Discover the benefits of AWS security and the vital role that AWS can play in organizational certification and attestation. In this course, participants will examine the benefits of the AWS cloud from a compliance perspective, and explore the AWS Artifact service as well as other tools, such as the CSA Consensus Assessment Initiative Questionnaire and the AWS Compliance Solutions Guide, a repository of commonly used resources and processes necessary to meet AWS compliance responsibilities. Examine laws, regulations, and privacy, as well as compliance alignments and frameworks. Familiarize yourself with AWS Artifact, a console-based, on-demand self-service auditing object retrieval service that offers quick and easy access to AWS compliance documentation and agreements AWS gives you all the tools you need to adhere to compliance mandates, always remembering that it is ultimately the customer's responsibility to remain compliant and adhere to regulations. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Core AWS Services

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_09_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Core AWS Services

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe compute services and use cases
  • describe storage services and use cases
  • Knowledge Check: Core AWS Storage Services
  • describe database services and use cases
  • describe networking and content distribution services and use cases
  • describe analytics services and use cases
  • Knowledge Check: Core AWS Content Services
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Learn about the five core services of Amazon Web Services (AWS): compute, storage, database, networking and content security, and analytics. This course examines the most common and important products and services in those five areas. Starting with compute services a key product is Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2), which is a web service that provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale cloud computing easier for developers. An important storage service is Simple Storage Service (S3), which is an object storage service that offers industry-leading scalability, data availability, security, and performance. Relational Database Service (RDS) is a web service that makes it easier to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the AWS Cloud. Along with networking and content security, this course will also cover analytic services as the final core service. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Security Support Resources

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_07_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Security Support Resources

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • configure network ACLs (NACLs)
  • configure security groups
  • Knowledge Check: Secure Networks with ACLs
  • describe AWS WAF
  • compare AWS Shield Standard and Advanced
  • define Amazon Inspector
  • specify AWS GuardDuty
  • describe AWS KMS
  • Knowledge Check: Identify AWS WAF Function
  • summarize security support resources

Overview/Description

In this course, learners will examine the core security support resources of Amazon Web Services (AWS), including Network Access Control Lists (NACLs), Security Groups, Web Application Firewall (WAF), AWS Shield Standard and Advanced, Amazon Inspector, AWS Key Management Services (KMS) and GuardDuty. Learn how NACL adds an optional layer of security that acts as a firewall; how Security Groups collect user accounts, computer accounts, and other groups into manageable units; and how WAF lets you control and monitor requests; how AWS Shield Standard and Advanced adds protection against common denial of service flooding attacks and exploits. Next, learn the value of Amazon Inspector as an automated security assessment service that uses the AWS infrastructure, and enhances security and compliance of the applications; and how Amazon Guard Duty, as a threat detection service, continuously monitors for malicious activity and unauthorized behavior to protect your AWS accounts and workloads. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Shared Responsibility

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_04_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Shared Responsibility

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe the shared responsibility model
  • define the provider responsibility
  • define the customer responsibility
  • Knowledge Check: AWS Shared Responsibility
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Examine the key aspects of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) shared responsibility model, including the dynamic responsibilities between AWS and their customers based on the services used. In this course, participants will learn the key aspects of the AWS shared responsibility model as a cloud security framework that dictates the security obligations of a cloud computing provider and its users to ensure accountability. AWS has the responsibility of the provider in this relationship, and at the forefront of that responsibility is security. Customers have complete control over their content and they are responsible for managing critical content security. The content they store on AWS is their responsibility. Upon completion of this course, you will have an understanding of the shared responsibility model with AWS and its users and the importance of a joint shared responsibility between the provider and the consumer. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Technology Support Resources

Course Number:
it_clawsp2019_10_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2019: Technology Support Resources

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe AWS billing and cost management
  • specify sources of documentation and support
  • Knowledge Check: Cost Management Tools
  • describe support plans
  • specify trusted advisor
  • Knowledge Check: Technology Support Resources
  • describe AWS organizations
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Explore the Amazon Web Services (AWS) technology support services. Topics include billing and cost management, document and support, support plans, trusted advisor, and organizations. This course starts with analyzing billing and cost tools with AWS Cost Explorer, which provides reporting, analytics, and visualization to track and manage your AWS costs; the next part covers the AWS Glossary, AWS Documentation, forums, training and other resources. The AWS Support Center has a range of support plans that provide 24/7 access to customer service, AWS documentation, white papers, and support forums; AWS Trusted Advisor is an application that draws upon best practices learned from aggregated operational history of serving hundreds of thousands of AWS customers. Trusted Advisor inspects your AWS environment and makes recommendations for saving money, improving system performance, or closing security gaps. The final technology support service covered in the course is AWS Organizations, which helps to configure AWS services and share resources across accounts. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2019 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

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