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In today’s world I understand that the time is money. Along with the busy schedule we follow, going out of the box and spending few minutes each day learning new things always proves to be fruitful. But if we lose those precious minutes in searching the precise material to study then it becomes really frustrating! Yes, the main problem nowadays is to find the relevant stuff from millions of the options available to us. If you are planning to take the AWS Solution Architect Associate Certification exam in the coming days then you are at the right place.
Whether you are a student or a professional, whether you have AWS experience or not, this course can help you to understand the key concepts, major product and services offered by AWS which is necessary for you to get familiar with before undertaking the AWS SAA exam. Being an AWS certified solution architect associate and an IT professional, I have designed this course in such a way that it doesn’t cover anything that is out of scope of the exam but yes everything that is necessary for you to know at the architect associate level.
This complete course has been designed from AWS SAA certification point of view and contains all the related topics clubbed together. So depending on the importance and complexity of the topic, the course contains 9 videos and the duration of each video differs. The total duration of the course is around 9.5 hours. As some of us understand the things better by reading and some by listening I have designed the course videos in the form of presentation which contains audio as well as key points and important diagrams displayed on the screen.
This course starts with overview of AWS offerings and then describe its products and services in detail. At the end of the course you will know about the Storage offerings (S3, EBS, EFS, Glacier), Networking on AWS (VPC), Compute (Ec2, AMI and ECS), Security (IAM users, IAM groups, IAM roles), Auto Scaling and Load Balancing, Deploying and Monitoring applications on AWS (Kinesis, elastic beanstalk, SQS, SNS, Cloudfront, Cloudwatch and many more), Databases on AWS (RDS, Aurora, Redshift, DynamoDB)