AWS Technical Essentials Certification Training:

Key features

  • 7 hours of high-quality e-learning
  • 2 live projects, 21 live demos
  • 2 simulation exams (60 questions each)
  • Hands-on project execution with AWS Console

Exam & certification

How do you become an AWS Technical Essentials certified professional?

AWS certification exams are administered at Kryterion testing centers in more than 750 locations worldwide. The registration fee for the Associate Exam is $150 (USD). The Professional Exam is $300 (USD).

What are the prerequisites for certification?

Basic knowledge of any programming language is beneficial, but this course can be taken by anyone who has an interest in learning AWS.

How will you complete course projects to earn the certificate?

Upon completion of the AWS Technical Essentials training, you must submit a project to be evaluated by the trainer. Once your project is successfully evaluated and you complete the online exam with a minimum score of 60%, you will receive the course completion certificate from Digital Evolution Orbit for AWS Technical Essentials.

 

Note: You will be able to submit your project through the Digital Evolution Orbit learning management system (LMS).

How do I unlock my certificate?

You must complete 85% of the course and complete one project and one simulation test with a minimum score of 60%.

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Course Details

Course description

This AWS Technical Essentials course is designed to train participants on various AWS products, services, and solutions. This course, prepared in line with the latest AWS syllabus will help you become proficient in identifying and efficiently using AWS services. The two live projects included in this course ensure that you are well versed in using the AWS platform. The course also contains a live demo that helps you learn how to use the AWS console to create instances, S3 buckets, and more.

By the end of the AWS Technical Essentials training you will be able to:



  • Recognize terminology and concepts as they relate to the AWS platform

  • Navigate the AWS management console

  • Understand the security measures AWS provides

  • Differentiate AWS storage options and create Amazon S3 buckets

  • Recognize AWS Compute and networking options and use EC2 and EBS

  • Describe managed services and database options

  • Use Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) to launch an application

  • Identify deployment and management options

AWS Technical Essentials is the core requirement for professionals who need a basic but comprehensive understanding of the AWS cloud platform. This certification is best suited for:



  • Individuals responsible for articulating the technical benefits of AWS services

  • SysOps administrators

  • IT developers

  • Any individual who is new to AWS and wants to learn the fundamentals

Project 1 - Setting Up a Windows Server in the Cloud

 

You will set up a Windows server in AWS as a member of the Windows support group. The development team will then deploy their application stack for testing.



Key Tasks:



  • Create an EC2 Server instance

  • Select the Windows 2012 Server Configuration as 2 vCPU and 80 GB General Purpose SSD.



 

Project 2 - Navigate the AWS Management Console Using the CloudWatch Service

 

As a member of the monitoring team, you will navigate activities using the CloudWatch Service in the AWS Management Console.

 

Key Tasks:



  • Check on CPU utilization

  • Identify disk and network throughput of the earlier deployed Windows Virtual Machine

Course Preview

  • 0.1 Course Overview
  • 1.1 Introduction to Cloud Computing
  • 1.2 Cloud Computing
  • 1.3 History of AWS
  • 1.4 Quiz
  • 1.5 Key Takeaways
  • 2.1 Introduction to AWS
  • 2.2 Amazon Web Services or AWS
  • 2.3 Knowledge Check
  • 2.4 Accessing AWS
  • 2.5 Demo 1 - Creating an AWS Account
  • 2.6 Knowledge Check
  • 2.7 Navigation of AWS Management Console
  • 2.8 AWS Global Infrastructure
  • 2.9 Demo 2 - Selecting a Region
  • 2.10 Knowledge Check
  • 2.11 Security Measures Provided by AWS
  • 2.12 Knowledge Check
  • 2.13 Quiz
  • 2.14 Key Takeaways
  • 3.1 Storage and Content Delivery
  • 3.2 Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
  • 3.3 Demo 1 - Creating an Amazon S3 Bucket
  • 3.4 Demo 2 - Managing Logging in an Amazon S3 Bucket
  • 3.5 Demo 3 - Deleting or Emptying an Amazon S3 Bucket
  • 3.6 Amazon S3 Process, Bucket usage and its objectives
  • 3.7 Knowledge Check
  • 3.8 Amazon CloudFront
  • 3.9 Knowledge Check
  • 3.10 Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS)
  • 3.11 Amazon Glacier
  • 3.12 Knowledge Check
  • 3.13 Amazon Storage Gateway
  • 3.14 Amazon Import - Export
  • 3.15 Knowledge Check
  • 3.16 Elastic Block Storage of AWS
  • 3.17 Knowledge Check
  • 3.18 Quiz
  • 3.19 Key Takeaways
  • 4.1 Compute Services and Networking
  • 4.2 Computing and Networking Services of AWS
  • 4.3 Knowledge Check
  • 4.4 Amazon Virtual Private Cloud
  • 4.5 Demo 1 - Creating or Accessing Amazon VPC
  • 4.6 VPC for Disaster Recovery
  • 4.7 Knowledge Check
  • 4.8 Amazon EC2 Instances
  • 4.9 Demo 2 - Creating an Amazon EC2 Instance
  • 4.10 Knowledge Check
  • 4.11 Amazon EBS Volumes and Snapshots
  • 4.12 Demo 3 - Creating an EBS volume
  • 4.13 Demo 4 - Attaching an Amazon EBS Volume
  • 4.14 EBS Snapshots
  • 4.15 Demo 5 - Creating an EBS Snapshot
  • 4.16 Restoring Volumes from EBS Snapshots
  • 4.17 Demo 6 - Restoring an EBS Volume from a Snapsho
  • 4.18 Knowledge Check
  • 4.19 Quiz
  • 4.20 Key Takeaways
  • 5.1 AWS Managed Services and Database
  • 5.2 Amazon DynamoDB
  • 5.3 Demo 1 - Creating a Table and Adding Items
  • 5.4 Demo 2 - Query a Table
  • 5.5 Knowledge Check
  • 5.6 Amazon Relational Database Service
  • 5.7 Knowledge Check
  • 5.8 Demo 3 - Executing an RDS Driven Application
  • 5.9 Quiz
  • 5.10 Key Takeaways
  • 6.1 Deployment and Management
  • 6.2 AWS CloudFormation
  • 6.3 Demo 1 - Creating a Stack
  • 6.4 Knowledge Check
  • 6.5 Amazon CloudWatch Metrics
  • 6.6 Demo 2 - Obtaining the Statistics
  • 6.7 Alarms
  • 6.8 Demo 3 - Creating an Alarm
  • 6.9 Knowledge Check
  • 6.10 AWS Identity and Access Management
  • 6.11 Demo 4 - Creating the First IAM User
  • 6.12 Demo 5 - Creating an Administrator Group
  • 6.13 Demo 6 - Adding the user to the Administrator Group
  • 6.14 IAM Roles
  • 6.15 Demo 7 - Creating a Role
  • 6.16 Quiz
  • 6.17 Key Takeaways
  • Course Feedback