Architecting on AWS Accelerator

Architecting on AWS Accelerator Certification Camp (2 Courses, 2 Exams, 2 Certs)

$4,495.00

WHAT IS INCLUDED

transportation,plane,half,user,airplane,transport,account,profile,people,human Airfare to/from Sarasota or Tampa
lodging 6 Nights of Lodging
transportation,bus,automobile,vehicle,car,transport Ground Transportation
address,book,reading,read 2 Amazon AWS Courses
exam 2 Amazon AWS Exam Vouchers
exam 1 Retake Voucher (per exam, if needed)
Onsite Pearson Vue Test Center
exam Amazon AWS Study Labs & Simulations

LOCATIONS

Career Camps primary AWS Training campus (for individual students) is located in Sarasota, FL. Can’t travel to our facility? No problem! You will save on airfare, lodging and transportation. Just contact us and we will get you pricing to attend the class online live virtually from your work or home. If you do not see the location or class you are looking for, let us know! We have access to hundreds of classes and locations all across the United States and also offer corporate and group rates. If you have 5 or more students we can even come to you! With several partnerships in place, we are sure to have something to fit your needs.  Whether you need to get Assocaite or Professional Certified, or get updated on Amazon Certifications, we’ve got you covered.

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Description

Students learn AWS services like compute, storage, database, networking, security, monitoring, automation, optimization, benefits of de-coupling applications and serverless, building for resilience, and understanding costs. While attending this course – students take two official Amazon AWS certification exams during the camp to achieve the Amazon Associate & Professional Level Certifications.

While attending this camp – students take the official Amazon AWS exams to achieve the Amazon AWS Solutions Architect Associate & Professional certifications.

Skills Gained:

Make architectural decisions based on AWS architectural principles and best practices
Leverage AWS services to make your infrastructure scalable, reliable, and highly available
Leverage AWS Managed Services to enable greater flexibility and resiliency in an infrastructure
Make an AWS-based infrastructure more efficient to increase performance and reduce costs
Use the Well-Architected Framework to improve architectures with AWS solutions

Apply the AWS Well-Architected Framework.
Manage multiple AWS accounts for your organization.
Connect on-premises data centers to the AWS Cloud.
Understand billing implications of connecting multi-region VPCs.
Move large data from on-premises data centers to the AWS Cloud.
Design large datastores for the AWS Cloud.
Understand different architectural designs for scaling a large website.
Protect your infrastructure from DDoS attacks.
Secure your data on AWS with encryption.
Design protection of data at rest as well as data in flight.
Enhance the performance of your solutions.
Select the most appropriate AWS deployment mechanism.

Topics Covered in this Official Boot Camp:

Architecting Fundamentals Review

AWS Services and Infrastructure
Infrastructure Models
AWS API Tools
Securing your infrastructure
The Well-Architected Framework
Hands-on lab: Explore Using the AWS API Tools to Deploy an EC2 Instance

Account Security

Security Principals
Identity and Resource-Based Policies
Account Federation
Introduction to Managing Multiple Accounts

Networking, Part 1

IP Addressing
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Patterns and Quotas
Routing
Internet Access
Network Access Control Lists (NACLs)
Security Groups

Compute

Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2)
EC2 Instances and Instance Selection
High Performance Computing on AWS
Lambda and EC2, When to Use Which
Hands-On Lab: Build Your Amazon VPC Infrastructure

Storage

Amazon S3, Security, Versioning and Storage Classes
Shared File Systems
Data Migration Tools

Database Services

AWS Database Solutions
Amazon Relational Database Services (RDS)
DynamoDB, Features and Use Cases
Redshift, Features, Use Cases and Comparison with RDS
Caching and Migrating Data
Hands-on Lab: Create a Database Layer in Your Amazon VPC Infrastructure

Monitoring and Scaling

Monitoring: CloudWatch, CloudTrail, and VPC Flow Logs
Invoking Events

Automation

CloudFormation
AWS Systems Manager

Containers

Microservices
Monitoring Microservices with X-Ray
Containers

Networking Part 2

VPC Peering & Endpoints
Transit Gateway
Hybrid Networking
Route 53

Severless Architecture

Amazon API Gateway
Amazon SQS, Amazon SNS
Amazon Kinesis Data Streams & Kinesis Firehose
Step Functions
Hands-on Lab: Build a Serverless Architecture

Edge Services

Edge Fundamentals
Amazon CloudFront
AWS Global Accelerator
AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF), DDoS and Firewall Manager
AWS Outposts
Hands-On Lab: Configure an Amazon CloudFront Distribution with an Amazon S3 Origin

Backup and Recovery

Planning for Disaster Recovery
AWS Backup
Recovery Strategie

Single to Multiple Accounts

AWS Organizations for multi-account access and permissions
AWS SSO to simplify access and authentication across AWS accounts and third-party services
AWS Control Tower
Permissions, access, and authentication

Hybrid Connectivity

AWS Client VPN authentication and control
AWS Site-to-Site VPN
AWS Direct Connect for hybrid public and private connections
Increasing bandwidth and reducing cost
Basic, high, and maximum resiliency
Amazon Route 53 Resolver DNS resolution

Specialized Infrastructure

AWS Storage Gateway solutions
On-demand VMware Cloud on AWS
Extending cloud infrastructure services with AWS Outposts
AWS Local Zones for latency-sensitive workloads
Your 5G network with and without AWS Wavelength

Connecting Networks

Simplifying private subnet connections
VPC isolation with a shared services VPC
Transit Gateway Network Manager and VPC Reachability Analyzer
AWS Resource Access Manager
AWS PrivateLink and endpoint services

Containers

Container solutions compared to virtual machines
Docker benefits, components, solutions architecture, and versioning
Container hosting on AWS to reduce cost
Managed container services: Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and Amazon
Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS)
AWS Fargate

Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)

CI/CD solutions and impact
CI/CD automation with AWS CodePipeline
Deployment models
AWS CloudFormation StackSets to improve deployment management

High Availability and DDoS Protection

Common DDoS attacks layers
AWS WAF
AWS WAF web access control lists (ACLs), real-time metrics, logs, and security automation
AWS Shield Advanced services and AWS DDoS Response Team (DRT) services
AWS Network Firewall and AWS Firewall Manager to protect accounts at scale

Securing Data

What cryptography is, why you would use it, and how to use it
AWS KMS
AWS CloudHSM architecture
FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and Level 3 encryption
Secrets Manage

Large-Scale Data Stores

Amazon S3 data storage management including storage class, inventory, metrics, and policies
Data lake vs. data warehouse: Differences, benefits, and examples
AWS Lake Formation solutions, security, and control

Large-Scale Applications

What edge services are and why you would use them
Improve performance and mitigate risk with Amazon CloudFront
Lambda@Edge
AWS Global Accelerator: IP addresses, intelligent traffic distribution, and health checks

Optimizing Cost

On-premises and cloud acquisition/deprecation cycles
Cloud cost management tools including reporting, control, and tagging
Examples and analysis of the five pillars of cost optimization

Migrating Workloads

Business drivers and the process for migration
Successful customer practices
The 7 Rs to migrate and modernize
Migration tools and services from AWS
Migrating databases and large data stores
AWS Schema Conversion Tool (AWS SCT)

Capstone Project

Use the Online Course Supplement (OCS) to review use cases, investigate data, and answer
architecting design questions about Transit Gateway, hybrid connectivity, migration, and cost
optimization

Additional information

Class Dates

Our Facilities

CAREER CAMPS FACILITIES

CAMPUS – Career Camps built out a stand alone training center (not a hotel conference room) with spacious classrooms, new desk, Herman Miller Aeron chairs & comfortable common areas. Each student has a dedicated desk with two monitors. Each classroom has a maximum of two rows – so everyone is able to be engaged without the “back row” feeling.

CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT – Students work on a dedicated Dell Client Desktop with 32GB memory with 512GB SSD drives – All Labs are executed the extremely fast Microsoft Data Center Hosted Lab Environment.

CAMPUS INTERNET – The campus is connected with a 1Gbps (1,000 Mbps) Verizon Fios Business Connection which provides complete internet (including VPN) access for students.

COMMON AREA – Amenities including snacks, drinks (Coffee, 100% juices, sodas, etc) all complimentary.

LODGING – We use the Hyatt Place Lakewood Ranch. This “upgraded” hotel offers extremely comfortable beds, great breakfast and very fast internet access.

NEAR BY AMENITIES – Many shops, restaurants and grocery options are available within walking distance. Additionally – the hotel provided scheduled shuttle services. Restaurants like Bone Fish Grill, Ruby Tuesday’s, Five Guys, Chipotle, Quiznos, Chili’s and over 20 additional choices in the immediate area. All of these options are offered in a pedestrian walking village.

Why Choose Us

CAREER CAMPS DIFFERENCE

Career Camps provides an in-depth hands on learning environment. Our instructors teach using demonstrations and explain concepts beyond the scope of the courseware. The best instructors are contracted from all across the US.  These professionals are real world consultants who actually implement these technologies. Career Camps knows our clients work in the “real world” and it only makes sense to have an instructor with the experience in the real world.

Facilities – Many of our competitors over-crowd classrooms by placing 2 to 3 students per desk and 20+ students per instructor. Often these companies “extend” the life of very old equipment with slow performance on the software used today. Our average class size is 8 students. Our facilities have the best equipment with the most comfortable, focused environment for learning.

Instructors – Our CEO, Chester Flake holds one of the rarest Microsoft Certifications – the Microsoft Certified Learning Consultant (MCLC) Certification.  This certification reflects a commitment to make sure our instructors are also actively engaged in real world consulting projects. Students expect a professional who can answer questions and demonstrate the technology.

Face to Face Training – We believe the best way to interact and learn is face to face training.  Many of our competitors which offer local training are simply providing students with headphones/mic to attend class with an instructor at a remote location.

Test Pass – We offer a free retake voucher (if needed) for each of the exams required for certification. Any training center offering a “100% pass guarantee” would have to use unethical practices or unlimited test vouchers (which is not likely or practical).

Distractions – Students often look for a “local” training center so they can be close to home and work. Boot camp requires a tremendous time commitment during the program.  Long class hours combined with self study each evening. The goal of boot camp is to achieve certification in a fraction of the time. We strongly recommend students attend camp away from home and work in a focused, distraction free environment.

Boot Camp – Boot camp is an accelerated training focused on teaching technology and testing students on the official exams. Most training providers “added” boot camps to the existing standard training classes they offer.  These training centers think a boot camp is just a regular class where you send the student home with a voucher on the last day.  Career Camps  administers exams throughout the camp. Equally important – not every trainer can teach a boot camp and not all courseware is designed for boot camp format.  Our trainers know the boot camp format and our courseware is designed for accelerated learning.

Florida – Career Camps has one of the most scenic locations boasting some of the best weather in US. We believe students should have a comfortable and inviting atmosphere while attending these otherwise intense programs. We place our location, facilities and amenities up against that any competitor.

AWS Architect Certification Path

The Career Camps AWS Solutions Architect bootcamp is designed for solutions architects, solution design engineers, and anyone who wants to learn how to design applications and systems on AWS. Build your technical skills and progress along a path to earn AWS Certification with the courses, labs, and exams administered in this camp.

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