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AWS Complete Cloud

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AWS Complete Cloud

About the Course

A course designed to meet the ongoing need for professionals who gain good understanding of how companiesuse AWS Cloud and Deploy applications using DevOps to Cloud. This course also helps you to understand about Continuous Integration (CI)/Continuous Deployments (CD) using pipelines for new age development.

This Course theory and practical based hands-on so that you can gain maximum exposure towards handling real time scenarios projects

Who can take this course?

As every organization started to adapt to DevOps/Cloud, they expect every individual who directly or indirectly connected to IT jobs are to be aware of Complete DevOps process. If you an individual aspiring to learn something new, and be part of newer SDLC, then this is right course for you. Be open to learn this new

Prerequisites

To learn this course, you need to be familiar with the Linux environment and have a basic knowledge onnetworking and cloud computing system.

Need to be familiar with the Windows environment and recommended knowledge on Software Development Life Cycles (SDLC)

Key Highlights

  • Implementation of Microsoft Azure Cloud.
  • 100 hands-on practical training.
  • Lab support.
  • Experienced mentor with more than 10 years in the industry.
  • Certification guidance and awareness.
  • Career support.

Course Includes

AWS Complete Cloud

  • Introduction to AWS Cloud
  • AWS Free Tier & billing
  • AWS Cloud Service

AWS Global Infrastructure

  • What is Region?
  • What is Availability Zone?
  • Edge Locations
  • Content Distribution Network (CDN)
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS Identity Access Management (IAM)

  • Basics of IAM
  • Groups, Users, Roles, Policies, MFA
  • How to use IAM
  • Active Directory /Web Identity Federation
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)

  • Introduction to CLI
  • Download and installation of CLI
  • Configuring CLI and authenticate with your account
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS-Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

  • What is VPC, and Why VPC is required
  • Launching VPC using VPC Wizard
  • Designing Custom VPC
  • Concepts about Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • Create your own NAT Gateway
  • Security Groups
  • What is Bastion, and uses of Bastion?
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS-EC2

  • What is Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) service?
  • EBS Volumes
  • Windows EC2 Instances Launch
  • Linux EC2 Instances Launch
  • Windows and Linux based AMI
  • Elastic Load Balancers (ELB)
  • Auto Scaling Groups
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS-Route53

  • What is DNS and Route53
  • Understanding DNS
  • What are different Route53 Policies
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS S3

  • What is Storage as a Service (S3 over AWS)
  • Basics of S3- Bucket/object/Namespace
  • Consistency Modeling
  • Security & Tiered Storage
  • SLAs for Availability and Durability
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS RDS

  • DB as a Service (DBaaS) on AWS- RDS
  • RDS Instances and supported DB Engines
  • Automated Backups
  • Multi-AZ & Read Replicas
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS Lambda

  • Introduction to AWS Lambda
  • Benefits for using AWS Lambda
  • Lambda Functions
  • Lambda Triggers
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

Serverless Computing with AWS Lambda

  • Introduction to Serverless Computing
  • Serverless with AWS Lambda
  • Real Time applications with AWS Lambda
  • How to trigger Lambda with S3 Bucket?
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS Certification Path

  • Why AWS Certification
  • Solution Architect Roadmap
  • Developer Certification Road/SysOps Certification Roadmap

AWS Application Services

  • What are App Services?
  • What is SQS and SNS?
  • What is SES?
  • Implementing SES Service
  • Implementing SNS and SQS
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

AWS Monitoring Services

  • Introduction to AWS CloudWatch
  • Introduction to AWS CloudTrail
  • CloudWatch Alarms/CloudWatch Logs
  • CloudTrail API package
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Continuous Code Inspection – SonarQube

  • What is SonarQube?
  • Installation on SonarQube?
  • How to use SonarQube?
  • Integration of SonarQube with Maven Project
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

Real time projects to be covered

    Project-01

    Name of the Project: AWS Infrastructure project
    Target Modules: Design and build highly available infra to host Multi-Tier Web Apps on AWS Cloud
    Services to be used: AWS IAM, VPC, EC2, ELB, Auto Scaling, Route53, CloudWatch, S3, RDS

    Project-02

    Name of the Project: Serverless Architecture
    Target Modules: Build a Serverless App to write data to DynamoDB with AWS Lambda functions, trigged by file uploads to s3 buckets
    Services to be used: AWS Lambda, Serverless, VPC, IAM, S3, DynamoDB, CloudWatch, Python

    Project-03

    Name of the Project: CI/CD with Complete DevOps Project
    Target Modules: Set out CI/CD pipeline to release apps along with infrastructure automation
    Services to be used: GITHUB, MAVEN, APACHE TOMCAT, JENKINS, PACKER, TERRAFORM, AWS EC2

    Project-04

    Name of the Project: Cloud Native DevOps on AWS (Project A)
    Target Modules: Build CI/CD pipeline to release the code to AWS Infrastructure
    Services to be used: AWS Code Commit, Code Deploy, Code Pipeline, EC2, VPC, IAM, ELB

    Project-05

    Name of the Project: Cloud Native DevOps on AWS (Project B)
    Target Modules: Build CI/CD pipeline to release the code to AWS Infrastructure
    Services to be used: AWS Code Commit, Code Build, Elastic Bean stalk, Code Pipeline, EC2, VPC, IAM, ELB

    Project-06

    Name of the Project: Kubernetes Project
    Target Modules: Building Docker images using DevOps Pipeline and deploy to AWS EKS
    Services to be used: AWS EC2, Docker Hub, Dockerfile, GitHub, AWS VPC, AWS IAM, AWS EKS

    Project-07

    Name of the Project: Datawarehouse on AWS Cloud
    Target Modules: Implement a highly available Data ware house unit using AWS RedShift
    Services to be used: Implement a highly available Data ware house unit using AWS RedShift

DevOps-Introduction to DevOps

  • Overview of DevOps
  • DevOps Pipelines
  • Why DevOps?
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • DevOps Ecosystem
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Source Code Management-GIT/GITHUB

  • What is Version Control System?
  • GIT/GITHUB
  • GITHUB Desktop
  • Installation
  • Configuration
  • Basic Commands
  • Branches
  • Repositories
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Build Management-MAVEN

  • Automated Build Process
  • Maven
  • Maven Structure
  • Maven Dependencies
  • Maven Repositories
  • Maven Plugins
  • Integrated Maven Build
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Continuous Integration Tool-Jenkins

  • Installation
  • Configuring Jenkins
  • Configuring node
  • Setting up a node
  • Jobs/Plugins
  • Creating Application Builds
  • Cloning the sample Project
  • Creating the Jenkins job and Configuring a Git Repo
  • Compiling in Jenkins
  • Browsing the workspace in Jenkins
  • App Packaging in Jenkins
  • Cleaning up past build
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Middleware Tier-Apache Tomcat

  • What is Apache Tomcat?
  • Installation, Setup and configuration
  • Running Apache Tomcat
  • Jenkins Integration of Apache Tomcat
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Image Building Tool –Packer

  • What is Packer?
  • Why do we use Packer?
  • How to Install Packer?
  • Running Packer to create AWS AMI Images
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Provisioning Tool-TERRAFORM

  • Use Cases
  • Install Terraform
  • Using Terraform
  • Launching infra using Terraform
  • Learn how to Create AWS Infrastructure using Terraform
  • Learn how to manage AWS Infrastructure using Terraform
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Source Code-AWS Code Commit

  • What is AWS Code Commit?
  • Using AWS Code Commit?
  • Creation of IAM Code Commit Users
  • SSH/HTTPS usage
  • Code Commit Clone/Push
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Build-AWS Code Build

  • Introduction to AWS Code Build?
  • Using AWS Code Build?
  • Creation of project using Code Build
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Deployment-AWS Code Deploy

  • Introduction to AWS Code Deploy
  • Components to AWS Code Deploy
  • AppSpec File Configuration
  • Deployment Using Code Deploy
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Continuous Integration-AWS Code Pipeline

  • What is Code Pipeline?
  • Use cases of Code Pipeline?
  • Configuring Test Builds
  • Performing test Builds
  • Pushing App to Production
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Infrastructure as Code (IaC)-AWS CloudFormation

  • What is Cloud Formation
  • Using Cloud Formation
  • Stack/Template
  • Cloud Formation Summary
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Platform as a Service (PaaS)-AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Overview of AWS Cloud

  • What is Elastic Beanstalk
  • Using Elastic Beanstalk
  • Environment Provisioning
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Containerization-DOCKER

  • What is Docker
  • Installing Docker on Windows, Linux
  • Docker Pull, Build, Run
  • Working with images
  • Container Life cycle
  • Dockerfile
  • Pushing App to GitHub
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Container Orchestration-Elastic Kubernetes Services (EKS)

  • What is Kubernetes?
  • Kubernetes Architecture
  • Nodes
  • Pods
  • Services and Deployment
  • AWS Elastic Kubernetes Services (EKS)
  • Pushing App to Kubernetes Cluster
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

DevOps-Configuration Management Tool-ANSIBLE

  • Introduction to Ansible
  • Installing Ansible
  • Testing with First Ansible
  • Ansible Configuration Basics
  • Plays & Playbooks’ basics
  • Basic Play book
  • Advanced Playbook usage
  • Learn how to Launch VMs Using Vagrant

Certification

After completing course you will get a course completion certificate

Why
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