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AWS SysOps Training


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AWS SysOps Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 30 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

Basics of Amazon Web Service SysOps are introduced

  • System Operations on AWS is designed to teach those in a Systems Administrator or Developer Operations (DevOps) role how to create automatable and repeatable deployments of networks and systems on the AWS platform. The course covers the specific AWS features and tools related to configuration and deployment, as well as common techniques used throughout the industry for configuring and deploying systems.

A Grip on 7 AWS Tenets

  • Seven best practises for building systems with AWS:

Design for failure and nothing fails

  • Avoid single points of failure
  • Assume everything fails and design backwards

Loose coupling sets you free

  • Design architectures with independent components
  • The more loosely they’re coupled, the bigger they scale
  • Design every component as a black box
  • Load balance clusters
  • Use a queue to pass messages between components

Implement elasticity

  • Elasticity is a fundamental property of the cloud
  • Don’t assume the health, availability, or fixed location of components
  • Use design that are resilient to reboot and re-launch
  • Bootstrap your instances
  • When an instance launches, it should ask “Who am I and what is my role?”
  • Favour dynamic configuration

Build security in every layer

  • Security is a shared responsibility. You decide how to:
  • Encrypt data in transit and at rest
  • Enforce principle of least privilege
  • Create distinct, restricted Security Groups for each application role
  • Restrict external access via these security groups
  • Use multi-factor authentication

Don’t fear constraints

Need more RAM

  • Consider distributing load across machines or a shared cache
  • Better IOPS for databases?
  • Instead, consider multiple read replicas, sharing, or DB clustering
  • Hardware failed or config got corrupted
  • “Rip and Replace” – Simply toss bad instances and instantiate replacement

Think parallel

  • Experiment with parallel architectures

Leverage different storage options

  • One size does not fit all
  • Object storage
  • Content delivery network/edge caching
  • Block storage
  • Relational database
  • NoSQL

Hands-on sessions with SDKs or API tools and AWS LI

  • Simplify using AWS services in your applications with an API tailored to your programming language or platform such as Browser, iOS, Android, Java, .Net, Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby, Go, C++, AWS Mobile SDK, AWS IoT Device SDK etc.
  • Controlling of AWS services from the command line and automate service management with scripts by AWS Command Line Interface(CLI), AWS Tools for PowerShell, AWS SAM Local, Amazon BenStalk, Amazon EC2, and Amazon EC2 Container Service.

Analysis

  • Cost reduction opportunities 
  • Tagging overview: What tags are 
  • Tagging: CLI commands 
  • Tagging: Parameters and Restrictions 
  • Tagging: Examples of tags 
  • Tagging: Cost management 
  • Tagging: Billing 
  • Cloudwatch: Billing alarms 
  • Cost Explorer

Fundamental security and privacy concepts

  • IAM Overview
  • IAM User Administration 
  • IAM Groups 
  • IAM User Permissions 
  • MFA  Securing
  • AWS Master Account

Deployment and Provisioning

  • Cloud Deployments Overview 
  • Deployment with Auto Scaling 
  • Blue / Green Deployment 
  • Version Updates with Auto Scaling 
  • Overview of the technologies for automated deployment CloudFormation: Terminology 
  • CloudFormation: Structure of the template 
  • CloudFormation: Maintaining Templates 
  • CloudFormation: Working with Stacks 
  • CloudFormation: Ref functions 
  • CloudFormation: Parameters 
  • CloudFormation: Mappings 
  • CloudFormation: Resources 
  • CloudFormation: Init 
  • CloudFormation:Init and User Data 
  • CloudFormation: WaitCondition 
  • CloudFormation: Outputs 
  • CloudFormation: Errors 
  • CloudFormation: Demo 
  • CloudFormation: Creating Base templates
  • CloudFormation: Troubleshooting templates Lab

Data Management

  • Introduction to the section  EC2 volume/storage types
  • EC2 EBS snapshots overview 
  • S3 overview 
  • Glacier overview 
  • Concepts of Data lifecycle on AWS 
  • Some storage limits important to know 
  • How to work with EBS volumes 
  • EBS RAID 
  • EBS Snapshots in details 
  • Using Amazon S3 in details 
  • S3 access (with console demo) 
  • Create IAM group policy with Policy Generator 
  • S3 versioning 
  • S3 CORS 
  • S3 Reduced Redundancy storage  Using Amazon Glacier Storage Security
  • EBS and encryption 
  • S3 and encryption 
  • Storage troubleshooting 
  • Storage Pricing

Monitor and Metrics

  • Overview of Cloud Monitoring 
  • CloudWatch: key concepts
  • CloudWatch: Logs  AWS CloudTrail overview 
  • Third-party Monitoring apps 
  • Cloudwatch metrics 
  • CloudWatch
  • Log analysis
  • Cloudtrail logs
  • Monitoring and Security 
  • Troubleshooting
  • Quick quiz  Lab

 

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Course Curriculum

Basics of Amazon Web Service SysOps are introduced

  • System Operations on AWS is designed to teach those in a Systems Administrator or Developer Operations (DevOps) role how to create automatable and repeatable deployments of networks and systems on the AWS platform. The course covers the specific AWS features and tools related to configuration and deployment, as well as common techniques used throughout the industry for configuring and deploying systems.

A Grip on 7 AWS Tenets

  • Seven best practises for building systems with AWS:

Design for failure and nothing fails

  • Avoid single points of failure
  • Assume everything fails and design backwards

Loose coupling sets you free

  • Design architectures with independent components
  • The more loosely they’re coupled, the bigger they scale
  • Design every component as a black box
  • Load balance clusters
  • Use a queue to pass messages between components

Implement elasticity

  • Elasticity is a fundamental property of the cloud
  • Don’t assume the health, availability, or fixed location of components
  • Use design that are resilient to reboot and re-launch
  • Bootstrap your instances
  • When an instance launches, it should ask “Who am I and what is my role?”
  • Favour dynamic configuration

Build security in every layer

  • Security is a shared responsibility. You decide how to:
  • Encrypt data in transit and at rest
  • Enforce principle of least privilege
  • Create distinct, restricted Security Groups for each application role
  • Restrict external access via these security groups
  • Use multi-factor authentication

Don’t fear constraints

Need more RAM

  • Consider distributing load across machines or a shared cache
  • Better IOPS for databases?
  • Instead, consider multiple read replicas, sharing, or DB clustering
  • Hardware failed or config got corrupted
  • “Rip and Replace” – Simply toss bad instances and instantiate replacement

Think parallel

  • Experiment with parallel architectures

Leverage different storage options

  • One size does not fit all
  • Object storage
  • Content delivery network/edge caching
  • Block storage
  • Relational database
  • NoSQL

Hands-on sessions with SDKs or API tools and AWS LI

  • Simplify using AWS services in your applications with an API tailored to your programming language or platform such as Browser, iOS, Android, Java, .Net, Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby, Go, C++, AWS Mobile SDK, AWS IoT Device SDK etc.
  • Controlling of AWS services from the command line and automate service management with scripts by AWS Command Line Interface(CLI), AWS Tools for PowerShell, AWS SAM Local, Amazon BenStalk, Amazon EC2, and Amazon EC2 Container Service.

Analysis

  • Cost reduction opportunities 
  • Tagging overview: What tags are 
  • Tagging: CLI commands 
  • Tagging: Parameters and Restrictions 
  • Tagging: Examples of tags 
  • Tagging: Cost management 
  • Tagging: Billing 
  • Cloudwatch: Billing alarms 
  • Cost Explorer

Fundamental security and privacy concepts

  • IAM Overview
  • IAM User Administration 
  • IAM Groups 
  • IAM User Permissions 
  • MFA  Securing
  • AWS Master Account

Deployment and Provisioning

  • Cloud Deployments Overview 
  • Deployment with Auto Scaling 
  • Blue / Green Deployment 
  • Version Updates with Auto Scaling 
  • Overview of the technologies for automated deployment CloudFormation: Terminology 
  • CloudFormation: Structure of the template 
  • CloudFormation: Maintaining Templates 
  • CloudFormation: Working with Stacks 
  • CloudFormation: Ref functions 
  • CloudFormation: Parameters 
  • CloudFormation: Mappings 
  • CloudFormation: Resources 
  • CloudFormation: Init 
  • CloudFormation:Init and User Data 
  • CloudFormation: WaitCondition 
  • CloudFormation: Outputs 
  • CloudFormation: Errors 
  • CloudFormation: Demo 
  • CloudFormation: Creating Base templates
  • CloudFormation: Troubleshooting templates Lab

Data Management

  • Introduction to the section  EC2 volume/storage types
  • EC2 EBS snapshots overview 
  • S3 overview 
  • Glacier overview 
  • Concepts of Data lifecycle on AWS 
  • Some storage limits important to know 
  • How to work with EBS volumes 
  • EBS RAID 
  • EBS Snapshots in details 
  • Using Amazon S3 in details 
  • S3 access (with console demo) 
  • Create IAM group policy with Policy Generator 
  • S3 versioning 
  • S3 CORS 
  • S3 Reduced Redundancy storage  Using Amazon Glacier Storage Security
  • EBS and encryption 
  • S3 and encryption 
  • Storage troubleshooting 
  • Storage Pricing

Monitor and Metrics

  • Overview of Cloud Monitoring 
  • CloudWatch: key concepts
  • CloudWatch: Logs  AWS CloudTrail overview 
  • Third-party Monitoring apps 
  • Cloudwatch metrics 
  • CloudWatch
  • Log analysis
  • Cloudtrail logs
  • Monitoring and Security 
  • Troubleshooting
  • Quick quiz  Lab

 

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