AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (2020)
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Access Management
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud & the Value Proposition
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Architecture Design Principles
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Deployment & Operation
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Economics
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Security & Compliance
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Core Services
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Security Support Resources
AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Technology Support Resources

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Access Management

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_05_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Access Management

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • illustrate the use of IAM password policies
  • illustrate the use of IAM groups and users
  • compare IAM managed policies
  • outline the purpose of IAM roles and illustrate how to set them up in AWS
  • describe the role of bastion (jump) hosts and the characteristics of the AppStream 2.0 service
  • outline how to configure CLI access in AWS
  • describe the purposes and characteristics of AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) and AWS Cognito
  • summarize AWS access management

Overview/Description

"To achieve certification as an AWS Cloud Practitioner, you need to be able to secure access to AWS services and resources. In this course, you'll explore what comprises the vital AWS security pillar of access management, focusing on Identity and Access Management (IAM).

To start, you'll explore the use of IAM password and managed policies, roles, and groups and users. Next, because it is best practice to use only mediated access to services, you'll examine the use of bastion hosts and AppStream 2.0. You'll also investigate how to manage CLI access.

Additionally, because many organizations opt to leverage their existing directory as an identity provider, you'll investigate the managed services, AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) and Cognito.

This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud and the Value Proposition

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_01_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud and the Value Proposition

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe the AWS cloud practitioner exam blueprint
  • define cloud computing
  • compare cloud types
  • compare cloud deployment models
  • describe what comprises Amazon Web Services
  • configure an AWS Free Tier account
  • define the AWS agility and flexibility value proposition
  • define the AWS elasticity value proposition
  • define the AWS cost value proposition
  • define the AWS security value proposition
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

To prepare for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam, you need to outline the basic concepts of cloud computing and recognize what exactly comprises Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this course, you'll explore the core concepts that define the AWS Cloud and cloud computing.

You'll examine cloud computing offerings and models and investigate the benefits and features of Amazon Web Services. In addition, you'll outline AWS's value proposition, including aspects of agility, elasticity, cost, flexibility, and security.

This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Architecture Design Principles

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_03_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Architecture Design Principles

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • define virtualization and describe what is meant by a hypervisor
  • outline the core principles of the shared responsibility model
  • define the provider responsibility in AWS
  • define the customer responsibility in AWS
  • outline what is meant by the root account in AWS and how best to manage it
  • illustrate how to use an AWS Virtual Private Cloud
  • illustrate the different types of Amazon Machine Images available in AWS
  • illustrate how networking works in AWS
  • illustrate the different type of AWS connectivity options
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

There are several architectural design principles that you must become familiar with to achieve certification as an AWS Cloud Practitioner. In this course, you'll explore the core aspects of AWS architectural design principles and work with some associated tools.

You'll begin by recognizing what's meant by virtualization in AWS and how a hypervisor is used. You'll then investigate the AWS Shared Responsibility Model's principles, examining the responsibilities of both the AWS provider and the customer. You'll then explore best practices for managing the first root account and making identity and access decisions.

Moving on, you'll work with Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs), Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), and both AWS networking and connectivity design principles. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification. 



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Deployment & Operation

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_07_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Deployment & Operation

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • configure EC2 Linux instances
  • configure EC2 Windows instances
  • describe what Auto Scaling and Elastic Load Balancing mean in AWS
  • configure EBS
  • configure S3 buckets
  • define JSON
  • outline the purpose of CloudFormation
  • outline the purpose of CloudFront
  • summarize cloud deployment and operations

Overview/Description

Deploying to the cloud and managing cloud operations are core duties of the AWS Cloud Practitioner role. To do this, you first need to know the AWS tools for the job and how to set them up. In this course, you'll explore the fundamental set-up procedures for cloud deployment and operations through AWS.

You'll start by learning the basics of deploying Linux and Windows instances. You'll then illustrate the purposes of and configuration techniques for the following Amazon services: Auto Scaling, Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), Elastic Block Storage (EBS), S3, JSON, AWS CloudFront, and AWS CloudFormation.

This course is part of a courseware collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification. 



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Economics

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_02_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Economics

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how AWS provides cloud products, services, and solutions that are economically viable
  • compare several cloud providers, including AWS
  • define the AWS free tier model
  • name and describe the various AWS service pricing models
  • illustrate how the TCO calculator in AWS is used
  • illustrate how the cost calendar in AWS is used
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

To make the most of AWS cloud products, services, and models, users can take advantage of various propriety tools to manage their costs. In this course, you'll examine the fundamentals of AWS cloud economics. You'll classify AWS and other cloud providers and investigate the various pricing models on offer from AWS.

Next, you'll learn how to use some AWS pricing tools, namely the TCO calculator and monthly cost calendar. This course is a collection of courses that prepare learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification. 



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Security & Compliance

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_04_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Cloud Security & Compliance

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • state the benefits of cloud security and recognize how they relate to using AWS services
  • describe the primary advantages of AWS compliance programs and name some compliance standards they meet
  • outline how AWS Artifact assists in document auditing and list examples of documents that can be managed using this service
  • describe the purpose and list the three facets of the CSA Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire
  • navigate the AWS Compliance Solutions Guide and other AWS compliance services
  • summarize AWS security and compliance

Overview/Description

There are many advantages to working with the robust and multifaceted AWS, one of which is ensuring security and compliance - an often tricky task, but one that AWS cloud practitioners must complete faultlessly.

In this course, you'll pinpoint the benefits of AWS cloud security and the vital role that AWS plays in organizational certification and attestation. You'll investigate the specific services that help meet the criteria set by the ever-evolving laws, regulations, and privacy standards. Additionally, you'll explore programs used for compliance alignments and frameworks.

This course will demystify AWS Artifact, the CSA Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire, and the AWS Compliance Solutions Guide, among other items.

This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification. 



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Core Services

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_08_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Core Services

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe the AWS compute services and their use cases
  • illustrate the basic workings of AWS storage services and outline their use cases
  • illustrate the basic workings of the EBS security service in AWS
  • illustrate the basic workings of the S3 security service in AWS
  • describe the AWS database services and their use cases
  • describe the AWS networking and content distribution services and their use cases
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

To be a successful AWS Cloud Practitioner, one must first have a fundamental understanding of the features and purposes of the four core services of Amazon Web Services.

Learners taking this course should already have a decent knowledge of the AWS compute and networking services. This course builds on this awareness by exploring the critical storage and database services offered in AWS. You'll study in some detail the components, features, benefits, and purposes of these services.

In addition, you'll investigate the security of Elastic Block Store (EBS) storage and S3 buckets. You'll also examine the use cases of the AWS database service and AWS networking and content distribution services. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Security Support Resources

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_06_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Security Support Resources

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • configure network ACLs in AWS
  • configure security groups in AWS
  • describe the purpose and characteristics of AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF)
  • compare the standard and advanced versions of AWS Shield
  • describe the purpose and characteristics of Amazon Inspector
  • describe the purpose and characteristics of Amazon GuardDuty
  • illustrate the purpose of AWS Key Management Service (KMS)
  • summarize security support resources

Overview/Description

To truly demonstrate that you are an AWS practitioner, you must be familiar with the core security support services that Amazon offers. As you design your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), you'll begin with subnet design and firewall configuration. This course will give you exposure to Network Access Control Lists (NACLs), Security Groups, and Web Application Firewalls (WAF) as TCP/IP layer 3 - 7 firewall solutions. You will further examine anti-denial-of-service mechanisms with AWS Shield Standard and Advanced. Other vital security services you'll explore will include Amazon Inspector, GuardDuty, and Key Management Service (KMS). This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Technology Support Resources

Course Number:
it_clawsp2020_09_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Cloud Practitioner 2020: Technology Support Resources

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • outline how billing and costs are managed through AWS
  • specify sources of documentation and support in AWS
  • illustrate the support plans available in AWS
  • demonstrate how Trusted Advisor is used
  • describe the characteristics and uses of CloudTrail
  • illustrate what CloudWatch is used for
  • describe the features and uses of AWS Organizations
  • discover the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Cloud practitioners at the end of their preparation for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 exam, should have most of the knowledge they need under their belts. However, you may be lacking some awareness of the vital technology support services available through AWS. In this final course of the journey to AWS Cloud Practitioner, you'll tie off your existing knowledge with an exploration of the variety of these services, examining how they improve the cloud experience and contribute to optimization, governance, and continual improvement.

The objectives covered in this course include getting a grasp on billing and cost management, document and support, and support plans. You'll also walk through the use of specific services, namely Trusted Advisor, CloudTrail, CloudWatch, and AWS Organizations.

This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner 2020 certification.



Target

Prerequisites: none

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