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AWS Solution Architect Associate

Abilities Validated by the Certification

  • Effectively demonstrate knowledge of how to architect and deploy secure and robust applications on AWS technologies
  • Define a solution using architectural design principles based on customer requirements
  • Provide implementation guidance based on best practices to the organization throughout the life cycle of the project


There are lots of benefits in getting the AWS certification for IT professionals, some of which are:

  • Increase in salary
  • High demand in the job market
  • Latest knowledge of the domain
  • Opens doors to new avenues
  • Emerging Networking Opportunities

Duration 4 Weeks | Fee 10K+GST 18%

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AWS Solution Architect Associate

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Course Duration

40 Hours

Course Mode

Classroom     Online


Choosing the Right AWS Certification Based on Your Role and Skill Set

AWS leads public cloud adoption and provides nine AWS certifications which can be grouped into 5 different categories as follows – Foundational Cloud , Architecting, Developing , Operations and Specialities.

  • AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (Foundational AWS Certification)
  • AWS Certified Developer – Associate (AWS Developing Certifications)
  • AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate (AWS Operations Certification)
  • AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate(AWS Architecting Certification)
  • AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional (AWS Developing Certifications)
  • AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Professional(AWS Architecting Certification)
  • AWS Certified Big Data – Specialty
  • AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty 
  • AWS Certified Security –Specialty 


“Which is the first AWS Certification I should take to land a top AWS gig?” The most common approach to begin your cloud career is to start with AWS Solution Architect Associate Certification. Solutions Architect AWS training  is a great way to familiarize yourself with the AWS ecosystem and core AWS services. Moreover, it is mandatory to have an associate certificate before you can take the AWS Solutions Architect Professional Certification.

Moreover, AWS Certified Solutions Architect is the most rewarding cloud career option because of the skills gaps. According to Simply Hired,  the average salary for cloud developers $118,758, while that of cloud admins is $78,000. Cloud Architects are big winners in this space with an average salary ranging from $124,406 – $173,719.  High salary is not the only motivator for professionals, in fact, many also have interest in AWS or cloud services as it is a completely new and exciting technology to learn.


The benefits of getting an AWS Traning

Networkers Home is providing the best AWS training With increasing growth and demand for cloud computing both in terms of usage and popularity, it is becoming apparently important for IT professionals to certify their cloud computing skills to stay ahead of the competition. Over 350,000 professionals are needed to help fill cloud job roles, there is clearly a huge opportunity for professionals who can prove their cloud skills through vendor-specific cloud certifications. With the public cloud market anticipated to reach $236 billion by the end of 2020, AWS skills and certifications are likely to retain a significant lead over its competitors –IBM, Microsoft and Google. nowadays AWS training is in high demand , Whether you are a Big Data Analyst, Database Administrator, Web Developer, System Administrator, or an AI Developer, your life will become much easier if you make the best out of Amazon’s AWS offerings.  If you are completely new to the tech industry and are looking to get your first cloud gig then definitely AWS training can boost your resume to the top of the pile.  The two important reasons industry experts highlight for acquiring AWS certification credentials –

  • Many employers do not have an effective way to test the competence of AWS skills on the resume of job applicants.  AWS  training will make you stand out among the job application pile and at least you can expect your application to be selected by the employer for further interviewing process. Certification promotes your credibility with employers thereby increasing your chances of getting shortlisted for the interview.
  • Another major factor that is driving demand for AWS certified skills is the partnership requirements of vendors. The partners want minimum partner certification requirements as a measure of competence to be assured that they are handing over the job to skilled people.



AWS Introduction

  • Cloud and Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Service Models
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Models
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • AWS Global Infrastructure
  • AWS Regions and Replication of Data between the Regions
  • Availability in AWS and How to Measure Availability
  • High Availability and Availability Zones
  • AWS Edge Location
  • AWS Services
  • AWS CLI, SDKs And Management Console
  • Hands-on:
  • Sign-up for AWS free-tier account
  • Create a S3 bucket through Console
  • Create a S3 bucket through AWS CLI
  • Launch an EC2 instance

Security Management in AWS

  • Topics:
  • Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • Components of IAM
  • Managing Users with IAM
  • Managing Permissions with Groups
  • IAM Policy and Its Elements
  • Best Practises of IAM
  • Identity and Credential Management
  • Access and Permission Management
  • Delegation and Audit
  • Creating API Keys for Accessing AWS Services
  • Key Management System (KMS) and its Usage
  • AWS Billings
  • AWS Alerts and How to create Alerts
  • Hands-on:
  • Create new users who can log in to AWS console
  • Create a role for an application to access S3
  • Create policies for new user to have either admin or limited privileges
  • Credential rotation for IAM users
  • Login to AWS console via MFA
  • Create API keys for accessing AWS Services
  • Create a Budget

Object Storage options

  • Topics:
  • Traditional Storage
  • Need to move to the cloud storage
  • Traditional Vs Cloud Storage (Cost)
  • Cloud Storage
  • Working of S3
  • Difference Between S3, EBS, and EFS
  • Bucket Policy
  • Access Control List (ACL)
  • Versioning
  • Cross-Region Replication (CRR) and its Use case
  • Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration
  • Choice of Storage Classes on S3
  • Life Cycle Policy of S3 Bucket
  • Access S3 And Glacier
  • CloudFront and Snowball
  • Storage Gateway
  • Different modes of Gateway: File, Volume and Tape Gateway
  • Hands-on:
  • Hosting a Static Website on Amazon S3
  • Versioning in AWS S3
  • Replicating data across regions
  • S3 Transfer acceleration
  • Transfer and retrieve data from Glacier through lifecycle policy
  • Upload a file to AWS S3 through a Website
  • Accessing a static website through Cloud Front

Amazon EC2

  • Topics:
  • Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
  • Amazon Machine Image (AMI)
  • Security Groups In AWS
  • Authentication Through Key-Pair
  • Hardware Tenancy – Shared v/s Dedicated
  • The network layer in EC2: VPC
  • Elastic Network Interface and its Attributes
  • Different Categories of IP Address
  • Public IP v/s Elastic IP
  • AWS Storage Services and how to select them
  • Instance Store
  • Elastic Block Store (EBS), its features and volume types
  • Solid State Drive: General Purpose SSD and Provisioned IOPS
  • Hard Disk Drive: Throughput Optimised HDD and Cold HDD
  • Snapshots
  • Elastic File System (EFS) and its Features
  • EBS v/s EFS
  • Hands-on:
  • Host your website inside EC2
  • Create an AMI
  • Create an Elastic IP
  • Attaching an EBS volume externally
  • To create a snapshot
  • Mount EFS volumes

Route 53 and Load Balancing

  • Topics:
  • Elastic Load Balancer
  • Classic Load Balancer
  • Network Load Balancer
  • Application Load Balancer
  • Components of Application Load Balancer
  • Application V/S Classic V/S Network Load Balancer
  • Load Balancer Troubleshoot
  • Auto-Scaling Groups
  • Auto-Scaling Components
  • Lifecycle of Auto-Scaling
  • Working of Load Balancer and Auto-Scaling
  • Scaling Policy
  • Use case of DNS
  • The need of Route 53
  • Route 53 and it’s working
  • Various Routing Policies: Simple, Weighted, Latency-Based, Geolocation and Failover
  • Hands-on:
  • Create a Classic Load Balancer
  • Create a Network Load Balancer
  • Work with Application Load Balancer and Auto-Scaling
  • Auto-Scaling and Scaling policy
  • Point a sub-domain to EC2 box in Route 53

Database Services and Analytics

  • Topics
  • Database and Types of AWS Database Services
  • Need of Managed Database Services
  • Amazon RDS and its Benefits
  • Amazon RDS Database Engines
  • Amazon RDS – DB Instance
  • Read Replica
  • DB Instance – Regions, Availability Zones and Failover Scenarios
  • Backup and Restore
  • Aurora Database
  • Storage And I/O Traffic in Aurora
  • Crash Recovery in AWS Aurora
  • Difference Between SQL And NoSQL Databases
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Read Consistency and Calculation of Throughput Capacity
  • Benefits of DynamoDB, use case and working
  • Amazon ElastiCache: Memcached and Redis
  • Amazon RedShift, its features and Architectures
  • AWS Redshift Architecture
  • Streaming Data
  • Kinesis
  • Hands-on:
  • Storing application data in MySQL DB using Relational Database Service (RDS)
  • Creating Tables, loading sample data and running queries
  • Redis Cache
  • Visualize the web traffic using Kinesis Data Stream

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Ramesh Kumar has over 10+ Years in IT Industry and over 5 Years in Cloud Training.He is an expert in Google,Azure and AWS Cloud and hold 5 different AWS Certification.

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How many questions will there be on my Associate-Level exam?

The exact number may depend on how lucky you are, but there are generally between 55 and 60 questions on each Associate-level exam.


How many questions will there be on my Professional-Level exam?

The exact number may depend on how lucky you are, but there are generally between 75 and 80 very long scenario questions on each Professional-level exam. You may get a few non-scenario questions, but don’t count on it.

In an AWS exam, can I mark questions for review? Can I see and change my answers before I submit them?

Yes. There’s a flag at the bottom of each question.  Each question you mark in this way will show up in the bottom progress bar to identify questions you flagged to review.