AWS SysOps Associate Certification Training:

Key features

  • 15 hours of high-quality e-learning content
  • 3 simulation exams, 60 questions each
  • 16 live demos & practice assignments
  • 3 hands-on project execution with AWS Console

Exam & certification

How will I become a certified AWS SysOps Associate?

To become AWS SysOps Administrator Associate, you need to register for the certification exam at any Kryterion testing center from over 750 locations around the globe.



The registration fee for AWS SysOps Administrator Associate certification exam is USD 150.

What are the prerequisites for this certification?

To apply for AWS SysOps Administrator Associate certification, you need to fulfil the pre-requisites given below.



  • Completed AWS Technical Essentials course or significant hands-on professional experience in operating AWS-based applications

  • Experience provisioning, operating, and maintaining systems running on AWS

  • Ability to identify and gather requirements to define a solution to be built and operated on AWS

  • Capabilities to provide AWS operations and deployment guidance and best practices throughout the lifecycle of a project

What do I need to do to unlock my Digital Evolution Orbit certificate?

Online Classroom:



  1. You need to attend one complete batch.

  2. Complete 1 project and 1 simulation test with a minimum score of 60%.



Online Self learning:



  1. Complete 85% of the course.

  2. Complete 1 project and 1 simulation test with a minimum score of 60%.

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Course Details

Course description

The AWS SysOps Associate certification training program is designed to give you hands-on exposure to gain technical expertise in deploying, managing, and operating highly scalable fault tolerant system on the AWS platform. This course will empower you to choose the most appropriate and cost-effective cloud services, as well as deploy and manage full-scale production operations on AWS. The course is designed by subject matter experts to help you pass AWS SysOps Associate Exam.



The course begins with CloudWatch and you will learn how to analyze different CloudWatch metrics, which is the major monitoring solution in AWS. In the topic on High availability, you will learn how to build a scalable fault tolerant architecture with ELB, AS, and Route 53. You will gain deeper understanding on cost reduction opportunities and tagging in Analysis, Cloud deployment, and Provisioning with CloudFormation, Data management and storage using EC2 EBS, S3, Glacier, EBS, and Data lifecycle on AWS. You will also learn about Networking and Security on AWS.

By the end of the course you’ll be able to:



  • Deploy, manage, and operate scalable, highly available, and fault tolerant systems on AWS

  • Migrate an existing on-premises application to AWS

  • Ensure data integrity and data security on AWS technology

  • Select the appropriate AWS service based on compute, data, or security requirements

  • Identify appropriate use of AWS operational best practices

  • Understand operational cost control mechanisms and estimate AWS usage costs

The AWS SysOps Associate certification training program is designed for Systems Administrators who have at least one year experience in managing or building applications in the cloud.

Course Preview

  • 1.1 Monitoring and Metrics
  • 1.2 Monitoring in the Cloud: Basic Concepts
  • 1.3 CloudWatch and CloudTrail Services
  • 1.4 Security and Troubleshooting and Costs associated with Monitoring
  • 1.5 Knowledge Check
  • 1.6 Demo Lab: Monitoring with CloudWatch (Linux)
  • 1.7 Practice Assignment: Auto-stop an EC2 Instance
  • 1.8 Quiz
  • 1.9 Key Takeaways
  • 2.1 Networking
  • 2.2 Cloud Networking Basic Concepts
  • 2.3 Knowledge Check
  • 2.4 Creating and Managing Network in AWS
  • 2.5 Knowledge Check
  • 2.6 Network Security in AWS
  • 2.7 Knowledge Check
  • 2.8 Troubleshooting Network in AWS
  • 2.9 Demo Lab Monitoring with CloudWatch (Linux)
  • 2.10 Practice Assignment Deploy an EC2 Instance
  • 2.11 Quiz
  • 2.12 Key Takeaways
  • 3.1 Analysis and Cost Effectiveness in AWS
  • 3.2 Cost Reduction Opportunities in the Cloud
  • 3.3 Knowledge Check
  • 3.4 Tagging in the Cloud
  • 3.5 Knowledge Check
  • 3.6 Using the Stopinator, Billing Alerts, Cost Explorer, and Trusted Advisor
  • 3.7 Demo Lab Managing Resources with Tagging
  • 3.8 Practice Assignment Use the Tag or Terminate Strategy
  • 3.9 Quiz
  • 3.10 Key Takeaways
  • 4.1 Security
  • 4.2 Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • 4.3 Demo 1 Create an IAM Group with EC2 Full Access Permission
  • 4.4 Demo 2 Use IAM Roles and Policies to Access EC2 Instances
  • 4.5 Knowledge check
  • 4.6 Account and Instance Security
  • 4.7 Quiz
  • 4.8 Key Takeaways
  • 5.1 Data Management
  • 5.2 Key concepts of Storage in AWS
  • 5.3 Using Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)
  • 5.4 Knowledge check
  • 5.5 Using Amazon S3
  • 5.6 Knowledge check
  • 5.7 Using Amazon Glacier
  • 5.8 Securing Troubleshooting and Pricing of the Storage in AWS
  • 5.9 Demo Lab Syncing files with S3
  • 5.10 Practice Assignment Synchronize Files with Amazon S3
  • 5.11 Quiz
  • 5.12 Key Takeaways
  • 6.1 High Availability
  • 6.2 Basic concepts of Scaling
  • 6.3 Overview of Elastic Load Balancing
  • 6.4 Overview of Auto Scaling
  • 6.5 Knowledge Check
  • 6.6 Overview of Amazon Route 53
  • 6.7 Troubleshooting common issues associated with scaling
  • 6.8 Demo Lab Configure an Auto Scaling Group
  • 6.9 Practice Assignment
  • 6.10 Quiz
  • 6.11 Key Takeaways
  • 7.1 Deployment and Provisioning
  • 7.2 Configuration Management
  • 7.3 Knowledge Check
  • 7.4 Deployment
  • 7.5 Knowledge Check
  • 7.6 CloudFormation Templates
  • 7.7 Demo Lab Debugging a Cloud Formation Template
  • 7.8 Practice Assignment Debugging a CloudFormation Template
  • 7.9 Quiz
  • 7.10 Key Takeaways
  • Course Feedback