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Program Overview:
This Four-day course will have ability in Designing and deploying scalable, highly available, and fault tolerant systems on AWS .Lift and shift of an existing on-premises application to AWS.Ingress and egress of data to and from AWS.Selecting the appropriate AWS service based on data, compute, database, or security requirements.Identifying appropriate use of AWS architectural best practices.Estimating AWS costs and identifying cost control mechanisms

Program Duration: 4 Days

Prerequisite Skills:
Linux basic skills ( like working file and directories)

Who should attend?
Targeted for Cloud engineers, Centre of excellence team, window server administrators, Unix/Linux administrator, Storage admins, network administrators , Virtualization administrators

Day 1 :

Module 1: User Sign up?
  • User Sign Up
  • Overview Amazon Management Console
  • Management Activity and Billing overview
  • Amazon Pricing
Module 2: AWS Big Picture – 10000 feet overview?
  • An overview of AWS
  • EC2- An overview
  • EBS- An Overview
  • Security Group-An Overview
  • Elastic IP- An overview
  • Cloud Front-An Overview
  • S3- An overview
  • Glacier- An overview
  • IAM – An Overview
  • RDS- AN overview
Module 3: Amazon EC2- Win server 2012 ( Hands on lab by students)
  • Launch Windows server 2012 Instance
  • Decrypt Password and download RDP shortcut client
  • connect to the EC2 Windows 2012 instance
  • Terminate the Windows server 2012 Instance
Module 4: Amazon EC2- Security Groups ( Hands on lab by students)
  • Creating Security Groups
  • Modify Security Groups
  • Delete Security Groups
Module 5 : Amazon Elastic Block Store ( Hands on lab by students)
  • Create Standard Volume
  • Create and delete snapshots
  • Assign volumes to Windows server 2012 and Ubuntu 14.04 server
  • Disassociate and Delete volumes
Module 6 : Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) ( Hands on lab by students)
    Lab 6.1
  • Launch Two Ubuntu EC2 Instances- apache web servers with user data
  • Edit HTML files to both the servers
  • Test your web Servers through internet
    Lab 6.2
  • Create Elastic Load Balancer
  • Add both the Ubuntu servers to ELB
  • Test your Elastic Load Balancer
  • Delete your Elastic Load Balancer
Module 7 : AWS Route53
  • What is Route53
  • Route-53 demo integration with ELB you created ( Performed by Instructor only)
Module 8 : AWS s3 ( Hands on lab by students)
  • AWS s3- Overview and pricing
  • Create Bucket and Folder
  • Upload, download, share and delete object
  • Delete Bucket

Day 2 :

Module 1: Amazon EC2- Ubuntu 14.04 with user data ( Hands on lab by students)
  • Launch the EC2 Ubuntu cloud server
  • Using User-data of web-server
  • Validate user data is executed successfully
Module 2 : Amazon EC2- Ubuntu 14.04 with Meta data ( Hands on lab by students)
  • Metadata an overview
  • Fetch metadata information about your ec2 instance
  • Terminate Ubuntu server
Module 3 : Amazon Glacier ( Hands on lab by students)
  • AWS Glacier overview and pricing
  • Create life cycle policies for your
  • Access data from Glacier
  • Setting auto delete to your data from s3 based on rules
Module 4 : AWS- RDS
  • RDS- An overview
  • RDS –read replica
  • RDS snapshots
    • 1. Lab 1 : Create a RDS instance
    • 2. Lab 2 : connecting to an RDS instance
    • 3. Lab 3 : creating a RDS snapshots and restoring snapshot
    • 4. Lab 4: Deleting RDS snapshots
    • 5. Lab 5 : Deleting RDS instance
Module 5 : AWS- RDS
  • Deploy Web application in Amazon Ec2 ( media wiki)
  • Deploy Amazon RDS instances ( multi AZ)
  • Connect your Media wiki web application with RDS instances securely
  • Make media wiki available on public url for user sign up and write knowledge wiki

Day 3 :

Module 1 : AWS- IAM (Identity and Access Management)
  • What is IAM? A comprehensive introduction
  • AWS federation with Active directory- Theory only
  • Getting started with IAM
      IAM role Delegation and federation ( Hands on lab by students)
    • Creating a role
    • Assuming a role
    • Deleting a role

      IAM user- groups ( Hands on lab by students)
    • Creating a user and group
    • Adding a user to the group
    • Password policy setup for users
    • Attaching policy to users
    • Enabling dual factor authentication to the users

  • Launching a EC2 instance using a S3 full access role ( Hands on lab by students)
  • Configure AWS cli client and making api calls to access S3 storage ( Hands on lab by students)
Module 2 : Auto Scaling and Bootstrapping ( Hands on lab by students)
  • Overview Of Autoscaling
  • ELB: Configuring The Elastic Load Balancer for Autoscaling group
  • Configuring The AMI For Our Web Application
  • Auto Scaling And Bootstrapping
  • Scale out VM’s though stress test
  • Scaling VM ‘s based on low utilization
Module 3 : Important services High level overview ( one slide per service)
  • Trusted Advisor
  • CloudTrail
  • Cloudwatch
  • DynamoDB
  • AWS workspace
  • Cloudfront

Day 4 :

Module 1 : AWS- Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
  • What is VPC? A comprehensive introduction
  • Understanding VPC configurations
    • VPC with single public subnet
    • VPC with public and private subnet
    • VPC Peering
    • Access control List
  • Configuring VPC Instances ( Hands on lab by students)
    • Creating a VPC
    • Subnets
    • Internet Gateway
    • Routing
    • Configuring a NAT instance
    • Creating security groups
    • Launching instances
    • VPC peering ( Peer VPC 1 with VPC-02 within same account)
Module 2: AWS Cloud Formation
  • Infrastructure as Code using Cloud Formation
  • Cloud formation Create a new stack
  • Using AWS cloud former to create templates
  • Create and deploy sample template in JSON format
  • Use existing templates and deploy
Module 3 : AWS- SNS-SQS and SWF
  • Simple Notification Service (SNS) Overview and use case
  • Simple Queue Service (SQS) Overview and use case
  • Simple Workflow (SWF) Overview and use case
  • Live demo by Instructor on Using batch processing