AWS Certified Developer - Associate
AWS Certified Developer - Associate
AWS Infrastructure Services
Core Services on AWS
Getting Started with Amazon Web Services

AWS Infrastructure Services

Course Number:
cl_acda_a03_it_enus
Lesson Objectives

AWS Infrastructure Services

  • start the course
  • set up a domain in Route 53
  • ensure your customers know you're working to recover in the event of a major problem
  • route traffic to your application in an optimized way
  • route traffic to your application based on predefined weights
  • configure Amazon WorkMail with route53
  • describe features of Amazon IoT Device Registry
  • define Things in Amazon IoT and attach certificates
  • configure Amazon IoT policies and permissions
  • describe Amazon IoT topics
  • configure rules in the Amazon IoT service
  • use Amazon SNS in your project
  • use Amazon SQS with your project
  • use Amazon SWF in your project
  • describe the features of Docker containers
  • install and configure Docker on your local workstation
  • perform common Docker commands
  • create a CloudFormation stack
  • perform the steps to run a stack
  • work with the CloudFormation stack details page
  • describe the CloudFormation template structure
  • deploy an application on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
  • describe the features of the Amazon shared responsibility model
  • deploy a sample application on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk

Overview/Description
Amazon Web Services consists of a number of services designed to ensure your customers are always able to access your services. Preventing downtime and ensuring enough servers are available during times of peak load are situations that are handled through the AWS infrastructure. In this course you will learn about AWS security and elastic services designed to host your application and guarantee high availability.

Target Audience
Personnel at all levels of an enterprise who perform a developer role

Core Services on AWS

Course Number:
cl_acda_a02_it_enus
Lesson Objectives

Core Services on AWS

  • start the course
  • describe the features of the standard AWS VPC
  • create an AWS Virtual Private Cloud and define its network
  • control access to your services
  • securing your network services
  • create and configure a VPC
  • launch an EC2 instance from an AMI
  • make use of Amazon EBS for storage and create snapshots
  • distribute application requests across multiple instances
  • scale server numbers to meet application load
  • manage the configuration of your application
  • describe DynamoDB table structure
  • identify indexes on DynamoDB tables
  • select the level of data consistency when accessing records
  • set required throughput on a table
  • design and work with DynamoDB tables effectively
  • read, write, and modify data contained in a DynamoDB table
  • monitor AWS log files
  • monitor AWS API calls
  • get notifications and take actions based on S3 events
  • take actions and receive notifications based on DynamoDB events
  • execute pieces of code in response to AWS events
  • publish and monitor your application API
  • use AWS Lambda to execute code on demand

Overview/Description
AWS provides multiple services that address all needs of an online application.It provides a comprehensive platform from which to provide web applications with high-availability.In this course you will learn about services and features to enable you to host your service with confidence.

Target Audience
Personnel at all levels of an enterprise who perform a Developer role

Getting Started with Amazon Web Services

Course Number:
cl_acda_a01_it_enus
Lesson Objectives

Getting Started with Amazon Web Services

  • start the course
  • identify the features and benefits of cloud computing
  • describe the features of Amazon S3
  • describe the features of Amazon Compute services
  • use Amazon event services in your application
  • administer AWS users and accounts
  • identify Amazon database services
  • describe Amazon services to help with task automation
  • describe the features of the AWS Management Console
  • make use of AWS documentation
  • install Node.js and the Node Package Manager in AWS
  • prepare your environment to use the AWS SDK
  • install Express.js in your environment
  • make use of the JSON data description language
  • describe the file structure of an Express.js application
  • describe AWS user accounts and group permissions
  • describe AWS account credentials and security features
  • identify AWS access control mechanisms
  • utilize access credentials from other services
  • describe IAM roles as they relate to EC2
  • create S3 buckets for data storage
  • track object versions and replicate objects across regions
  • perform operations on S3 buckets and the objects in it
  • configure CloudFront to distribute media streams efficiently
  • use CloudFront to distribute media streams efficiently
  • use CloudWatch and CloudTrail to monitor your AWS instances
  • host a web site on Amazon S3
  • provide user access to an Amazon S3 bucket

Overview/Description
Amazon Web Services is a cloud computing platform. It provides a comprehensive platform from which to provide web applications with high-availability. AWS facilitates managing application-related resources automatically from convenient interfaces. In this course, you will learn about some of the various services offered by Amazon Web Services. You'll also learn the basic steps to get started developing a Node.js application on AWS.

Target Audience
Personnel at all levels of an enterprise who perform a Developer role

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