AWS Certified Solution Architect 2021




AWS Certified Solution Architect 2021 by PNM-Services

PNM Cloud Architect Certification Course will build your AWS, Cloud Platform expertise from the ground up. You’ll learn to hone the architectural principles and services of cloud platforms, design and deploy highly scalable, fault-tolerant applications and develop engineering skills to transform yourself into an AWS architect.

At the end of this training, you will be knowledgeable in AWS Cloud Architecture and your income, and your life will change forever.

Learn the major components of Amazon Web Services and prepare for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam and AWS Solution Architect exam.


About the Course


AWS Certifications are the hottest certifications in IT for the third year in a row. This constantly evolving cloud computing platform offers a wide selection of services that can drive innovation, enable scalability, and help your organization maximize its IT spend.

We designed the Certified Cloud Practitioner prep course for non-technical personnel in sales, support, and managerial roles who need to understand AWS at a high level, but don’t need to know each service on a technical level.

Having this certification will help marketing, sales, legal, and finance professionals to better interact with developers and other IT professionals engaged in AWS-related projects. And earning this credential is also a great first step toward the more technical AWS Associate-level certifications.

Together, we’ll walk you through the AWS global infrastructure, each of the major services and their use-cases, security in the cloud, and the AWS pricing & billing models.

    Introduction:

  • An important note about PNM Services
  • Who Can Do This Course
  • The Exam Blue Print
    Cloud Concepts and Technology

  • What is Cloud Computing?

  • Let’s Log In To AWS

  • Setting Up On A Mac

  • Setting Up On A Windows PC

  • Setting Up A Billing Alarm

  • Identity Access Management (IAM)

  • IAM Best Practices

  • IAM Credential Reports

  • Managing AWS IAM User Permissions Using Groups and Policies
  • Hands-On Lab

  • S3 101

  • Let’s Create An S3 Bucket

  • Let’s Create A Website On S3

  • S3 Versioning

  • Let’s Explore CloudFront

  • EC2 101

  • Let’s Use EC2

  • Launching an EC2 instance in a Custom Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
  • Hands-On Lab

  • Using The Command Line

  • Using Roles

  • Let’s Build A Web Server

  • Let’s Use A Load Balancer

  • Databases 101

  • Let’s provision an RDS instance

  • Autoscaling

  • Route 53

  • Elastic Beanstalk

  • CloudFormation

  • Architecting For The Cloud Best Practices – Part 1

  • Architecting For The Cloud Best Practices – Part 2

  • Global AWS Services

  • What AWS Services Can Be Deployed On Premise

  • CloudWatch 101

  • AWS Systems Manager

  • Service Health Dashboard

  • Personal Health Dashboard

  • S3 vs EBS vs EFS

  • Global Accelerator

  • Cloud Concepts & Technology Summary – Part 1

  • Cloud Concepts & Technology Summary – Part 2
    Billing & Pricing

  • AWS Pricing 101

  • AWS Budgets vs Cost Explorer

  • Different Support Levels

  • Resource Groups & Tagging

  • Consolidated Billing

  • AWS Organizations

  • AWS Quick Start & AWS Landing Zone

  • AWS Partner Program

  • Different AWS Cost Calculators

  • Billing & Pricing Summary
    Security In The Cloud

  • AWS Compliance & AWS Artifact

  • Shared Responsibility Model

  • AWS WAF & AWS Shield

  • AWS Inspector vs AWS Trusted Advisor vs CloudTrail

  • CloudWatch vs AWS Config

  • Trusted Advisor

  • AWS Penetration Testing

  • KMS vs HSM

  • Secrets Manager vs Parameter Store

  • GuardDuty

  • AWS Control Tower

  • AWS Security Hub

  • Compromised IAM Credentials

  • Athena Vs Macie

  • Security Summary
    Advanced AWS Concepts

    [/li]AI Services – Lex, Polly, Transcribe, Rekognition[/li]
    [/li]EC2 Licensing[/li]
    [/li]Different Compute Services[/li]
    [/li]AWS VPC[/li]
    [/li]Connecting On Premise to Your VPC[/li]
    [/li]Lambda[/li]

  • Creating a Lambda Function Using the AWS Console
    Summary & Good Success

  • Book Your Exam

  • Pass your exam

  • Job Interview Preparation

What are Hands-on Labs?

What is the difference between theoretical knowledge and real skills? Practical real-world experience. That is where Hands-on Labs come in! Hands-on Labs are guided, interactive experiences that help you learn and practice real-world scenarios in real cloud environments. Hands-on Labs are seamlessly integrated in courses, so you can learn by doing.