AWS Solution Architect – Associate (Online-Instructor led)



AWS Solution Architect – Associate (Online-Instructor led)


Learn the major components of Amazon Web Services, and prepare for the associate-level AWS Certified Solutions Architect exam.

The AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate is intended for individuals who perform a solutions architect role and have one or more years of hands-on experience designing available, cost-efficient, fault-tolerant, and scalable distributed systems on AWS.

  • SAT & SUN (5 WEEKS)
  • MON - FRI (15 DAYS)
  • 5 DAYS (30 Hrs)
  • 23rd May
  • 27th April
  • 6th April
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AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate

Validate your technical skills and expertise with an industry-recognized credential and grow your career.

AWS certifications are hot this year. The AWS certified solutions architect exam tests your expertise in designing systems on AWS.

AWS Architect Certification Training is curated by industry professionals as per the industry requirements and demands. It will help you prepare for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect (CSA) – Associate Exam. The instructor-led sessions, you will be able to effectively deploy secure and robust applications on AWS. The course will help you identify the appropriate AWS service based on data, compute or security requirements.

Amazon Web Services (CSA) certification is rated as the most valued IT Certification globally – Global Knowledge Study

Additional information

Delivery Mode

SAT & SUN (5 WEEKS), MON – FRI (15 DAYS), 5 DAYS (30 Hrs)


23rd May, 27th April, 6th April


Module 1: Introduction to AWS Module 8: Route 53
• Introduction to Virtualization & Cloud Computing • What is Domain name
• Introduction to Amazon Web services • What is DNS Server
• AWS Global Infrastructure • Why we need Route 53
• Signing up for AWS • Functions of Route 53 & Pricing
• Overview of AWS Services • Route 53 – Hosted Zones , Record Sets and Routing Policies
• Introduction AWS management console • AWS Disaster Recovery
• Installing and Configuring AWS CLI Lab1: Routing Traffic to resources using AWS route 53
DEMO 1: Running through AWS Management Console
Labs: Working with AWS CLI Module 9: Security & Identity Services
• Overview of IAM
Module 2: VPC, VPN and Direct Connect • Components of IAM (Users, Groups, Roles and Policies)
• What is VPC • How to define IAM Policies
• What is subnet and subnet mask • Introduction & Benefits of KMS
• Default and Non-Default VPC • Client -Side Encryption and ServerSide Encryption
• Components of VPC • WebFederation and Identity Federation
• VPC Wizard Scenarios for Amazon VPC • AWS Config
• VPC Peering • AWS Compliance
• VPC Endpoints Demo and Lab for IAM ,KMS and AWS Config
• Transit Gateways
• VPN & Direct Connect Module 10: AWS PaaS Services
Lab 1: Building a Non-Default VPC using Wizard and manual • Elastic Beanstalk Overview
Lab 2: Creating VPC Peering across regions. • Benefits
Demo: Creating VPN Gateway, Direct Connect Hybrid Connection and Transit Gateway • Supported Platforms
• Components
Module 3: Computing in the Cloud- EC2 • AWS OpsWorks
• Compute Capacity in the AWS Cloud: Amazon EC2 Lab1: Configuring Application using Elastic Beanstalk
• Creating instances & Types of EC2 Instances Lab 2: Creating and Working with OpsWorks Stack
• Security Groups, Key Pairs, Tenancy – Shared vs Dedicated Module 11: Serverless Compute – AWS Lambda
• Elastic IP vs Public IP • Overview of Serverless compute
• Cluster and spread placement groups • What is Lambda and how it works
• Elastic Network Interfaces • Limitations of Lambda
• Pricing Model Labs: Working with Serverless Functions
Lab 1: Creating an Amazon EC2 Linux Instance
Lab2: Creating an Amazon EC2 Windows Instance Module 12: Dockers, Containers and Kubernetes:
Lab 3: Creating custom AMI • Evolution of Dockers & Containers
• Introduction to Dockers
Module 4: Elastic Load Balancing & Auto-Scaling • Docker Architecture & Components
• What is Load Balancer and its components • Docker Installation
• Types of Load Balancer • Dockerfile and Docker Compose
• Using ELB in VPC • Overview of Docker Swarm
• What is Autoscaling and its benefits • Overview of Kubernetes
• Lifecycle of Autoscaling • Creating Kubernetes Cluster
• Autoscaling components and policies. Lab 1: Installing & Configuring Docker on EC2
Lab 1: Configuring Load Balancer on EC2 instances Lab 2: Working with Dockerfile and Docker Compose
Lab2: Maintaining High Availability with Autoscaling Lab 3: Creating and managing Kubernetes Cluster using Minikube

Module 5: AWS Storage Services


Module 13: Introduction to Elastic Container Service and Elastic Kubernetes Service

• Volume vs Vault Storage • Overview of Amazon ECS and EKS
• Traditional Storage Tiers • Installing Docker
• Disadvantages of Traditional storage over Cloud • Create a Docker Image
• What is Cloud Storage • Push your image to Amazon Elastic Container Registry
• Types of AWS Storage – EBS, S3 and Glacier • Creating Task Definitions, Scheduler, Services
• EBS – Creating, Managing and Deleting EBS volumes • AWS FarGate & EC2 Launch Type
• Working with EBS Snapshots • Creating & Managing EKS
• S3 Properties – Versioning, Encryption, Logging, Transfer Acceleration ,
Hosting Static Website
Lab 1: Creating and managing ECS using Fargate
• Working with S3 Bucket Policies Demo: Creating and managing EKS
• Managing S3 using Lifecycle Management and Cross-Region Replication
• Overview of Glacier Module 14: AWS Application Services
• Working with Vaults , Archives , Jobs and Notification Configuration • Overview and Working with SES, SNS and SQS
• AWS CloudFront • Working with Kinesis Streams
• AWS Connection Storage – AWS Storage Gateway and Snowball • Overview of Webidentity Federation -Cognito
Lab 1: Hosting a website on Amazon S3 Labs: Working with Serverless Functions
Lab 2: Versioning and Lifecycle Management of S3 Demo : Working with Kinesis and Cognito
Lab 3: Restoring an Amazon EBS Volume from a Snapshot
Lab 4: Working with Amazon Cloudfront Module 15: The Well Architected Framework
Demo: Using Storage Gateway and Snowball • Architecting for AWS Cloud: Best Practices
• Introduction to The Well Architected Framework
Module 6: Database Services • Pillar One – Security
• Different AWS Database Services • Pillar Two – Reliability
• Amazon RDS • Pillar Three – Performance Efficiency
• Amazon Dynamo DB • Pillar Four -Cost Optimization
• Amazon Elasticache • Pillar Five – Operational Excellence
• Amazon RedShift
Lab1: Creating MYSQL DB instance using RDS Module 16: AWS Solution Architect Associate Certification Preparation
Lab2: Creating a table and loading data in Amazon Dynamo DB • Overview of Certification
Lab3: Introduction to RedShift • Tips for clearing Certification
• Mock Tests
Module 7: AWS Management Tools
• CloudTrail
• Cloud Watch
• Cloud Formation
• Trusted Advisor
• Pricing Tools – TCO, Simple Monthly Calculator
Lab1: Enabling CloudTrail Log Delivery to a S3 Bucket
Lab2: Setting up billing alert using cloud watch
Lab3: Create a stack using CloudFormation template


On completion of the AWS Architect Certification training, the learner will be able to:

  • Design and deploy scalable, highly available, and fault tolerant systems on AWS
  • Efficiently handle Ingress and Egress data to and from AWS
  • Identify the appropriate AWS service based on data, compute, database, or security requirements
  • Identify the appropriate usage of AWS architectural best practices
  • Estimate AWS pricing and identify cost control mechanisms


Your career will greatly benefit with the addition of an AWS Certification because:

  • Amazon Web Services (CSA) certification is rated as the most valued IT Certification globally – Global Knowledge Study
  • In the latest Magic Quadrant report released by Gartner, AWS maintained its position as the king of cloud Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) providers
  • The average salary of AWS Architect is $125k –
  • AWS market is expected to reach $236B by 2020 at a CAGR of 22% – Forrester


There are no specific prerequisites for taking up AWS Architect Certification Training. Any candidate with an understanding of networking and virtualization can attend this training. Having programming skills and prior working experience with AWS Services is recommended but not mandatory.


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  • 4-5 Participants – 10% Discount

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