AWS Solutions Architect

DURATION:
40 уч.ч.

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AWS Associate

AWS Cloud Architecting Course

Description

AWS Academy Cloud Architectonics the fundamentals of building IT infrastructure on AWS. The course is designed to teach solutions architects how to optimize their use of the AWS Cloud by understanding AWS services and how they fit into cloud-based solutions. Although architectural solutions can differ depending on the industry, type of application, and size of the business, this course emphasizes best practices for the AWS Cloud that apply to all of them. It also recommends various design patterns to help you think through the process of architectonic optimal IT solutions on AWS. Throughout the course,students will explore case studies that showcase how some AWS customers have designed their infrastructures and the strategies and services that supplementation. Finally, this course provides opportunities for students to build a variety of infrastructures through a guided, hands-on approach.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe how cloud adoption transforms the way IT systems work
  • Describe the benefits of cloud computing with Amazon Web Services
  • Discuss how to design systems that are secure, reliable, high-performing, and cost efficient
  • Describe principles to consider when migrating or designing new applications for the cloud
  • Identify the design patterns and architectural options applied in a variety of use cases
  • Define high availability, fault tolerance, and scalability
  • Discuss how to avoid single points of failure
  • List AWS services that have built-in fault tolerance or can be designed for fault tolerance
  • Describe why load balancing is a key architectural component for AWS-powered applicationsIdentify the benefits of Infrastructure as Code
  • Describe how to leverage the capabilities of AWS to support automation
  • Create, manage, provision, and update related resources using AWS Cloud Formation
  • Articulate the importance of making systems highly cohesive and loosely coupled
  • Describe system coupling to support the distributed nature of applications built for the cloud
  • Describe database services for storing and deploying web-accessible applications
  • Compare structured query language(SQL) databases with No SQL databases
  • Describe how the AWS Well-Architect ed Framework improves cloud-based architectures
  • Describe the business impact of design decisions
  • Identify the design principles and best practices of the Operational Excellence pillar
  • Describe how to secure data at every layer in the application
  • Describe the appropriate tools and services to provide security-focused content
  • Describe the design principles and best practices of the Reliability pillar.
  • Select compute, storage, database, and networking resources to improve performance
  • Evaluate the most important performance metrics for your applications
  • Follow best practices to eliminate unneeded costs or sub optimal resources
  • Troubleshoot common errors

Student Prerequisites

To ensure success in this course, students should have:Completed AWSAcademy Cloud Foundations(ACF) or have equivalent experienceA working knowledge of distributed systemsFamiliarity with general networking conceptsA working knowledge of multi-tier architecturesFamiliarity with cloud computing concepts

Module Objectives

Module 0 –Review

This module shares an overview of cloud concepts and Amazon Web Services. This module is optional depending on student’skey areas of interest, expectations,and level of experience.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:•Explain how cloud adoption transforms the way IT systems work.

  • Describe the benefits of cloud computing with Amazon Web Services.

Module1 -Welcome to AWS Academy Cloud Architecting

This module provides an overview of the AWS Academy Cloud Architecting and reviews course objectives. It will walk students through the creation of their AWS accounts, used throughout the course to enhance the cloud learning journey.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:•Create an AWS training portal account.•Understand how to access course materials.•Create an AWS Free Tier account and an AWS Educate account (Optional).

Module 2 -Designing Your Environment

This module guides you through how architects design their Amazon Web Services, or AWS, environments. It also establishes guidelines and patterns for selecting AWS Regions, Availability Zones, Multi-Accounts, Multi-VPCs, and subnet structures. These concepts are conveyed through a mixture of recommendations, best practices, design patterns, and questions meant to be usedby architects to determine the full requirements of their solution.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Discuss how to design systems that are secure, reliable, high performing, and cost efficient.
  • Highlight principles to consider when migrating existing applications to AWS or designing new applications for the cloud.•Identify design patterns and architectural options that can be applied in a variety of use cases.

Module 3 -Designing for High Availability -Section I

This module builds on the Designing Your Environment content and explains the concepts of high availability and fault tolerance.Elastic Load Balancing and Amazon Route 53 are discussed as options for implementing a single hostname that can communicate with multiple endpoints. Concepts are reinforced with an exercise to improve an architecture, along with a group discussion to for klift an existing application.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Define high availability, fault tolerance, and scalability, and discuss how those concepts are used in cloud architecture.
  • Discuss how to avoid single points of failure.•Identify which AWS services have built-in fault tolerance, and which services can be designed for fault tolerance.
  • Explain why load balancing has become a key architectural component for many AWS-powered applications.

Module 4 -Designing for High Availability -Section II

This module builds on Module 3 and explores the best practices to “Avoid Single Points of Failure.” Elastic Load Balancing and Amazon Route 53 are further discussed and concepts are reinforced with another exercise and a lab that uses Auto-Scaling with AWS Lambda.Upon completing this module, students will be able to:•Define high availability, fault tolerance, and scalability, and discuss how those concepts are used in cloud architecture.•Discuss how to avoid single points of failure.•Identify which AWS services have built-in fault tolerance and which can be designed for fault tolerance.•Explain why load balancing has become a key architectural component for many AWS-powered applications.

Module 5-Automating Your Infrastructure

This module provides an in-depth analysis of micro services and server less architectures to explain how they can make the infrastructure more resilient and cost effective. The goal of this module is to teach the fundamental concepts of these non-traditional approaches to deploying applications.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:•Identify the benefits of Infrastructure as Code.

  • Describe how to leverage the capabilities of Amazon Web Services to support automation.
  • Discuss to how create, manage, provision, and update a collection of related AWS resources in an orderly and predictable way with AWS Cloud Formation.

Module 6 -Decoupling Your Infrastructure

This module teaches decoupling design patterns and the need for reducing interdependencies between tiers. Students will learn best practices for using microservices and designing solutions with components.Upon completing this module, students will be able to:•Articulate the importance of making systems highly cohesive and loosely coupled.•Recall the multi-dimensional facets of system coupling to support the distributed nature of applications built for the cloud.

Module 7 -Designing Web-Scale Media

Module 7 answers the question “How do I make sure that I am using my storage in the most efficient and available way so that myapplications run faster and my users have a better experience.” Students will perform a lab that implements a serverless architecturewith AWS managed services.Upon completing this module, students will be able to:•Discover database services for storing and deploying web-accessible content quickly and cost-effectively.

  • Identify key features and benefits of Amazon S3, CloudFront, Amazon RDS,and Amazon Aurora.•Compare structured query language—or SQL—databases with NoSQL databases.

Module 8-Is Your Infrastructure Well-Architected?

The goal of this module is to introduce the Well-Architected Framework, and to provide a quick overview of each of its five pillars.A deeper explanation of each pillar will be included in the upcoming modules.Upon completing this module, students will be able to:•Identify the five pillars of the Amazon Web Services Well-Architected Framework.•Identify how the AWS Well-Architected Framework enables you to review and improve cloud-based architectures.•Reflect on the business impact of your design decisions.

Module 9 -Well-Architected Pillar 1: Operational Excellence

This module focuses on the Operational Excellence pillar of the Well-Architected Framework. Operational excellence is challenging to achieve in traditional on-premises environments, where operations is perceived as a function that is isolated and distinct from the lines of business and development teams that it supports. By adopting these practices, you can build architectures that provide insight to their status, are enabled for effective and efficient operation and event response, and can continue to improve and support the goals of the business.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • •Describe the benefits and application of the Operational Excellence pillar, such as running and monitoring systems that willdeliver business value, and continually improve processes and procedures.
  • •Identify the design principles and best practices of the Operational Excellence pillar.

Module10 -Well-Architected Pillar 2: Security

Module 10 focuses on the second pillar of the Well-Architected Framework: Security. Best practices are discussed, and you will learn how to secure data at every layer in the application. You’ll participate in an exercise to recommend security enhancements in accordance with the security pillar.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • •Describe how to secure data at every layer in the application.
  • •Identify the appropriate tools and services to provide security focused content.
  • •Identify the design principles and best practices of the Security pillar.

Module 11 -Well-Architected Pillar 3: Reliability

This module highlights the third pillar of the Well-Architected Framework: Reliability. Best practices are shared with AWS tools toimprove system reliability. You will review example architectural patterns for implementing a reliable solution and perform aLab: Multi-Region Failover with Amazon Route 53.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • •Describe the ability of a system to recover from infrastructure or service disruptions, dynamically acquire computing resources to meet demand, and mitigate disruptions such as misconfigurations or transient network issues.
  • •Identify the design principles and the best practices of the Reliability pillar.

Module 12 -Well-Architected Pillar 4: Performance Efficiency

This module provides in-depth insight into the Performance Efficiency pillar of the Well-Architected Framework. While many best practices are discussed, this module focuses on how to tune or offload components of your system to improve performance. You will participate in an exercise to improve an architecture.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • •Select compute, storage, database, and networking resources to improve your architecture’s performance.
  • •Identify design principles that can help you achieve performance efficiency.
  • •Evaluate the most important performance metrics for your applications.

Module 13 -Well-Architected Pillar 5: Cost-Optimization

This module focuses on the Cost Optimization pillar of the Well-Architected Framework. Discover best practices, how to procureAmazon Elastic Compute Cloud instances for the lowest cost, and how to analyze or audit your resources for inefficient costs orbudget overruns. Before finalizing, you’ll participate in an exercise to improve an architecture.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • •Understand the principles of the cost optimization pillar.
  • •Discover how to optimize the costs of your infrastructure.
  • •Follow best practices to eliminate unneeded costs or suboptimal resources.

Module 14 -Troubleshooting

The goal of this module is to provide you with common troubleshooting errors with best practices in how to resolve. You’ll beintroduced to services that provide you with direct access to an agent to help optimize costs in identifying underused resources,and guidance on getting the optimal performance and availability of your architecture based on your requirements.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • •Troubleshoot common errors.
  • •Access various AWS Support Options.

Module 15 -Design Patterns and Sample Architectures

This module re-visits the architecture patterns with a re-cap of common design patterns. You’ll discover how to implement services to the design patterns and visualize an entire solution using AWS services.

Upon completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Understand high-availability design patterns.
  • Review various scenarios with examples of sample architectures.

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