4.44 (1942 reviews)
☑ Students will learn about all the various services offered by AWS
☑ Students will learn how these services work together to build fault tolerant and highly available applications
☑ Students can use the practice questions to get a hang of the type of questions which are asked in the exam
☑ Will provide Students a better understanding when pursuing further certifications on the AWS Platform
ALL COURSE CONTENTS UPDATED FOR NEW VERSION OF EXAM
Some of the great reviews for this course which really means you just have to take this course
1. Really good courses overall will really help you achieved your goal in AWS !!!!
2. Of the 4 courses I have on AWS on udemy, this is the best of them all. This course is packed with details. Great explanation of both concepts and theory followed by walk-through. Good use of visual diagrams, which are white-board drawn in a good visible size. Also mention of tips I found very useful, and good coverage of all the things required. I also found it engaging throughout.
3. Good job done Alan Rodrigues... It is very nice for the people who would like to appear for the exam.
The AWS Solution Architect is one of the most sought after certifications in the IT industry today. The average salary of an employee also increases after they have obtained the AWS Solution Architect Exam. Hence this certification is looked upon as the crown jewels of certifications.
This Course is designed to help students pass their AWS Solution Architect Exam. This course has an in-depth look into all of the essential AWS services and how they work together.
In order to design this course , the instructor has taken the re-certification on the AWS Solution Architect Associate Exam MULTIPLE TIMES to ensure the right topics are discussed in the course.
The Lecture videos in the course is designed to provide a better one to one interaction with the student. The idea is that the student leaves with a better understanding of the concept before going into the demo chapters of the same concept.
The Course is split into Logical sections and has the desired flow that helps the student understand the interaction and connection between the different services offered by AWS.
This Course has Lectures and Demo's on key AWS Services such as EC2 , Elastic Load balancer , Simple Notification Service, the Simple Queue Service , Cloudformation etc.
This Course is ideal for any Student who wants to take the latest AWS Solution Architect Associate Exam.
Important Course Aspects
Creating a Free Tier AWS Account
Quick tour of the AWS Console
Basic Infrastructure Design
VPC and EC2 Introduction
Networking - IP Addressing
Networking - CIDR
Networking - Routing
VPC and Subnets
Components of a VPC
Lab 1.1 - The Default VPC
Elastic Compute Cloud
Lab 1.2 - Building an EC2 Instance
Lab 1.3 - Logging into your Instance
Lab 1.4 - Connecting to an EC2 Instance
Lab 1.5 - Working with EC2
Lab 1.6 - Building a Windows Based Instance
Lab 1.7 - Upgrading the Instance Type
Lab 1.8 - Elastic Network Interface
Lab 1.9 - Security Groups
Network Access Control Lists
Lab 1.10 - Network Access Control Lists
Lab 1.11 - Communication between EC2 Instances
Lab 1.12 - Creating your own Custom VPC
Private and Public Subnets
Lab 1.13 - Adding a private subnet to a VPC
Lab 1.14 - Bastion Hosts
Network Address Translation
Lab 1.15 - Working with a NAT Instance
Lab 1.16 - NAT gateway
VPC Peering - Introduction
Lab 1.17 - VPC peering
EC2 Pricing Models
Well Architected Framework
Fault tolerance and high availability
EC2 - High Availability and Fault tolerance
Building your own Amazon Machine Image
Quiz on Infrastructure Basics
Data Storage - Part 1
Introduction to Storage
EBS Volume Types - Introduction
EBS Volume Types
Lab 2.1 - EBS Volumes
Encryption at REST - EBS Volumes
Lab 2.2 - EBS Snapshots
Lab 2.3 - Simple Storage Service
Lab 2.4 - Features of the Simple Storage Service
Simple Storage Service - Key Value Concept
Simple Storage Service - Consistency
Lab 2.5 - Simple Storage Service - Web site hosting
Lab 2.6 - Simple Storage Service - Pre-Signed URL's
Lab 2.7 - Amazon Glacier and LifeCycle policies
Simple Storage Service and EBS Volumes - Use Case
Elastic File System
Lab 2.8 - Elastic File System
Well Architected Framework - EBS Volumes
Well Architected Framework - Simple Storage Service
Quiz on Data Storage
Data Storage - Part 2
Relational Database Service
Lab 3.1 - Relational Database Service
Relational Database Service - Multi-AZ
Relational Database Service - Read Replica
Lab 3.2 - Modifying your database instance
Lab 3.3 - DynamoDB
DynamoDB Design Considerations
Lab 3.4 - DynamoDB Throughput consumption
Lab 3.5 - Amazon Aurora
AWS Services - Part 1
Lab 4.1 - Cloudwatch
Elastic Load Balancer - Introduction
Types of Load Balancers
Elastic Load Balancer - Working
Lab 4.2 - Elastic Load Balancer
Lab 4.3 - Autoscaling
Route 53 - Part 1
Route 53 - Part 2
Route 53 - Routing Policies
Lab 4.4 - Route 53 - Simple Routing Policy
Lab 4.5 - Route 53 - Failover Routing Policy
Lab 4.6 - Route 53 - Weighted Routing Policies
Lab 4.7 - Route 53 - ALIAS Records
Lab 4.8 - Simple Queue Service
Lab 4.9 - Simple Notification Service
Lab 4.10 - Cloudfront
AWS Services - Part 2
Lab 5.1 - VPC Endpoints
Lab 5.2 - Cloudformation
Lab 5.3 - Elastic Beanstalk
AWS Lambda - Introduction
Lab 5.4 - AWS Lambda
Containers - Primer
Lab 5.5 - Elastic Container Service
Elastic Cache - Lecture
Elastic Cache Engines - Lecture
Storage Gateways - Lecture
Elastic Map Reduce - Lecture
OpsWork - Lecture
API Gateway Service - Lecture
Lab 5.6 - API Gateway Service
Lab 5.7 - API gateway , Lambda and DynamoDB
Monitoring and Security
Authentication and Authorization
Lab 6.1 - IAM users and groups
Shared Responsibility Model
Lab 6.2 - Access Keys
Lab 6.3 - Command Line Interface
Lab 6.4 - IAM Policies
Lab 6.5 - Bucket Policies
Lab 6.6 - IAM Roles
Lab 6.7 - AWS Organizations
Lab 6.8 - Cloudtrail
Lab 6.9 - Key Management Service
Lab 6.10 - AWS Key Management Service and Simple Storage Service
Lab 6.11 - VPC Flow Logs
Lab 6.12 - AWS Config
Cross Account Access - Lecture
Lab 6.13 - Cross Account Access
Lab 7.1 - AWS Kinesis Data Streams
Lab 7.2 - AWS Redshift
Lab 7.3 - Data Pipeline service
AWS Solution Architect - Practice Test 1
AWS Solution Architect Practice Test - 2
Your company is currently using an S3 bucket to store critical documents. The documents should be available even in case of a disaster. Which of the following would you employ to fulfil this requirement? Choose 2 answers from the options given below. A company has just started transferring data via S3 to a Redshift Cluster. Management has not indicated that the cluster should be available in case of a disaster. How can you achieve this . You currently have a wordpress site hosted on an AWS EC2 Instance. You want people around the world to access the content on this site with the least latency. How can you achieve this in the most COST-effective way. Answer for above question as wrong.
One of the best courses for AWS certification. The concepts are clearly explained in a great and easily understandable way.
Some of the questions had duplicate answers. Some of the questions were very ambiguous and could be more clear
I've relearned unused skills and have learned new ones. I'm very happy and satisfied with this course so far...
As a complete novice I have understood what is expected of me and with a phone and a laptop I have created an Aws account
Very Good explanation of the concepts and co relation to the services.This course is worth recommending to understand the solution architect track
Good explanation of concepts on board. Have seen other courses where they just start with console and talk about aws resources. But explaining basics on board clears lot of stuff. Thank you Alan.
I just loved the teaching style. Very well explained. Easy to understand and memorize the concept. Really useful course.
Alan is an amazing communicator. I've purchased two of his courses, Azure Administrator and AWS Solutions architect. I passed the Azure one and now working toward my AWS cert. His ability to break complex concepts down into manageable, digestable chunks is second to none. Love the whiteboarding. Keep up the good work sir!
unlike all lectures here you feel like the classroom training, you can see writing on the broad which will help you to memorize easily and understand the basic concepts. not just going through the topics or the syllabus, trainer is teaching the basics and concepts so you can architect your own way
No very happy with the course content and coverage. Topics are not covered and details only basic information is covered. There are many questions in Practice Tests that have wrong answers and the explanation.
yes , perfect match and it stands out . The whiteboard and seeing the instructor add value to my understanding of the whole concept . #BRAVO
I just used the course for the 2 practice test. The explanation does not explain all the solutions. It would have been nice if all the solutions was explained for the test.
You need to review the questions and answers -option again in your test set no.2 . There are few wrong options/questions too . I hope you will review them once . e.g. Direct connect, vpc peering , NAT vpc endpoint (no susch service). set 1 was good but set 2 is not good .
Alan, Thank you for the detailed explanation on the course topics and your passion to help others. After following your course and practice exams, I passed the Solutions Architect Associate exam. Thank you for all the help. Michael.