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AWS Training

An Overview of Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a detailed, evolving cloud computing platform powered by Amazon. It is a blend of Information as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Packaged Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings. It is a cost-effective, adaptable, and secure cloud computing platform. It is considered the best alternative for on-location stockpiling to replace the cloud. With Eduxfactor's AWS training, you'll gain command over all the aspects of AWS. Our expert trainers will help you master AWS technology in less than five months with innovative teaching techniques.

Communication: Communication is one of the most desired skills a hirer looks for in a candidate. Without proper communication, the knowledge size of mountains seems meagre. Along with the technical skills, Eduxfactor imparts the soft skills required to increase your chances of cracking your first job. We prepare the learner with real-life examples for better understanding.

Networking:Linking all the computers in an organization to function effectively is networking.

Data Storage Fundamentals: It provides students with a comprehensive analysis of the current state of network storage.

Cloud Specific Patterns and Technologies: using Patterns in computer science solves problems that occur very frequently. Moreover, using Cloud-specific patterns solve the issues encountered with the cloud.

AWS Service Selection:A few foundational services in AWS are designed for beginners to understand AWS better. Namely, compute, storage, networking, database, and identity and access management (IAM).

A collaborative, non-profit, international response to the complicated security problems in a vast, hyper-connected world is called a security foundation.

The core of AWS services, their uses, and the basics of AWS architecture best practices

  • Platforms, applications, identity and access management (IAM)
  • Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs)
  • Security Groups and Network Access Control Lists
  • Data Encryption
  • Direct Connect
  • The Cloud Trail by Amazon Web Services
  • A trusted advisor
  • Client-side data encryption and data integrity authentication
  • Server-side encryption
  • Network Traffic Protection.
  • Compute
  • Storage and databases
  • Analytics
  • Networking
  • Mobile Developer Tools and Management Tools for
  1. Maintaining Data Security and Privacy
  2. Data security is the biggest concern when it comes to cloud computing.
  3. Without effective cost management, cloud computing becomes more challenging than usual.
  4. Interoperability and flexibility
  5. Lack of knowledge and expertise
  6. Multi-Cloud Environments
  7. Performance Challenges
  8. high reliance on the network
  • The first perk that comes with AWS certification will leave you awed. Additionally, your intellect for cloud skills will rise to impeccable standards with the certification.
  • The AWS certification Course helps you validate your cloud skills and AWS knowledge.
  • Hirers prefer candidates with AWS certification.
  • It paves the path to the best opportunities for your future job.

As challenging as it is, learning AWS and later working as an AWS architect is made easy with Eduxfactor. Our dynamic and zestful approach to learning AWS with practical examples will help the learner face the challenges like a pro. We provide innovative learning techniques to sustain themselves in a competitive world. Moreover, our focus is to deliver topics that flow smoothly to complement each other. The curriculum teaches you everything you need to know about this technology.

EduXfactor offers classroom and online AWS training that helps individuals master the skills and competencies associated with this career. The following are the unique features covered in the Amazon Web Services AWS course Certification Training:

  • Demo Training
  • Virtual Training & Offline Training
  • Flexible Batches
  • Professional Curriculum
  • Internship on Real-Time Projects
  • Industry Expertise on the Faculty
  • Job-Oriented Training
  • Course Completion Certification
  • Industry Success Case Studies
  • Access to Video for Life
  • Resume Building and Placement Assistance
  • Gain practical experience.
  • Mock Interviews
  • Our mentors provide an opportunity for every individual, aspirant, and working professional to evaluate the subject and learn more through constant models.
  • Our trainers help the individuals finish their undertakings by setting them up for demands, questions, and replies. Individuals are allowed to address any aspect whenever possible.
  • We provide a unique approach to offline and virtual learning. This approach enables you to draw on your own experience in acquiring and processing knowledge.
  • The instructors will provide data and assign work that simulates real-world scenarios.
  • Our guides are industry-oriented, trained professionals and subject specialists who run applications that give the best data science training to aspirants and professionals.

Virtual/Offline Training:EduXfactor offers classroom and online AWS training based on trainee requirements with a personalized curriculum as our training duration is (45–50) days. Our professional expert training assists you in achieving your career objectives and improving your skills in your specific course.

Internships and training:Under the guidance of professional experts, EduXfactor offers data science training and internships to working professionals and aspirants. We offer the training programme to individuals who want to sharpen their skills. Our specialized programme lasts for three to four months. Aspirants can choose to get trained full-time or part-time from home or an in-house office.

With a vast range of skills required to excel in AWS and secure a job later, it becomes challenging for the learner to cope with the expectations. But, our expert trainers go the extra mile to teach the learner all the soft skills required and the technical skills to gain a job in AWS. At Eduxfactor, we ensure that the learner is well informed about the opportunities available after completing AWS Course Training. Below is a list of jobs that one could pursue after learning AWS.

  • The role is to connect with engineers and clients while providing them with a platform to interact with stakeholders. He provides lead implementation and technical architecture, ensuring that the new technologies are well adapted.
  • A DevOps engineer possesses developed network operations and system deployment skills and knowledge of and experience with the AWS platform. These skills would help broaden the scope of job opportunities. With Eduxfactor's AWS Course Certification, the chances increase furthermore.

  • Cloud Developers: Cloud developers create software applications and offer enterprise solutions. The AWS certification and some significant software development experience will help you land a good role for your career.

  • AWS SYSOPS ADMINISTRATOR: The role of a SysOps administrator is to deploy, manage, and operate the systems on the AWS platform. With an AWS certification, the chance of getting a job as a SysOps Administrator becomes high.

  • CLOUD SOFTWARE ENGINEER: With significant programming knowledge and an AWS Certification, there is a high chance of growing a career in AWS.

  • AWS CERTIFIED ENGINEER:The role is to provide, configure, and maintain the AWS cloud infrastructure.

  • IoT ENGINEER: An IoT engineer develops innovative services that help users receive, manage, and control information. He also looks over the development and management of many IoT platforms, devices, and software.

  • An operational support engineer performs all operational resources and monitors active input to ensure effective project implementation. He provides technical and third-line support and develops appropriate strategies to create a good working environment.

  • AWS SOLUTIONS ARCHITECT: The role of an AWS Solutions Architect is to design, deploy, maintain, and build business applications and essential infrastructure in the AWS cloud.

Course Circullum

  • Topics
  • Why DevOps?
  • What is DevOps?
  • DevOps Market Trends
  • DevOps Delivery Pipeline
  • DevOps Ecosystem
  • Hands-on:
  • Edureka’s Use Case
  • Topics
  • What is version control
  • What is Git
  • Why Git for your organization
  • Install Git
  • Common commands in Git
  • Working with Remote Repositories
  • Hands-on:
  • GIT Installation, Version Control, Working with remote repository
  • Topics
  • Branching and Merging in Git Preview
  • Git workflows
  • Git cheat sheet
  • What is CI
  • Why CI is Required
  • Introduction to Jenkins (With Architecture) Preview
  • Introduction to Maven
  • Hands-on:
  • Branching and merging, Stashing, rebasing, reverting and resetting
  • Build and automation of Test using Jenkins and Maven
  • Topics
  • Jenkins Management
  • Adding a slave node to Jenkins
  • Building Delivery Pipeline
  • Pipeline as a Code
  • Implementation of Jenkins in the Edureka’s Project
  • Hands-on:
  • Build the pipeline of jobs using Jenkins
  • Create a pipeline script to deploy an application over the tomcat server
  • Topics
  • Introduction to Selenium
  • Why Selenium?
  • Selenium – Webdriver
  • What and why X-Path
  • Handling different controls on Webpage
  • Framework in Selenium
  • Selenium Integration with Jenkins
  • Implementation of Selenium in the Edureka’s Project
  • Hands-on:
  • Installing Selenium
  • Creating Test Cases in Selenium WebDriver
  • Integrating Selenium with Jenkins
  • Topics
  • Shipping Transportation Challenges
  • Introducing Docker
  • Understanding images and containers
  • Running Hello World in Docker
  • Introduction to Container Preview
  • Container Life Cycle
  • Sharing and Copying
  • Base Image
  • Docker File
  • Working with containers
  • Publishing Image on Docker Hub
  • Hands-on:
  • Create and Implement docker images and containers
  • Topics
  • Introduction to Docker Ecosystem
  • Docker Compose
  • Docker Swarm
  • Managing Containers
  • Running Containers
  • Introduction to Docker Networking
  • Network Types
  • Docker Container Networking
  • Implementation of Docker in the Edureka’s Project
  • Hands-on:
  • Use Docker Compose to create a WordPress site
  • Start Containers on a Cluster with Docker Swarm
  • Deploy a multi-tier application over a cluster
  • Scale an application
  • Topics
  • Introduction to Puppet
  • Puppet Installation
  • Puppet Configuration
  • Puppet Master and Agent Setup
  • Puppet Module Preview
  • Node Classification
  • Puppet Environment
  • Puppet Classes
  • Automation & Reporting
  • Hands-on:
  • Install and configure Puppet
  • Configure and implement servers using Puppet
  • Topics
  • Introduction to Ansible
  • Ansible Installation
  • Configuring Ansible Roles
  • Write Playbooks Preview
  • Executing adhoc command
  • Hands-on:
  • Installing Ansible
  • Configuring Ansible Role
  • Write Playbooks
  • Execute adhoc commands
  • Topics
  • Revisiting Kubernetes Cluster Architecture
  • Spinning up a Kubernetes Cluster on Ubuntu VMs
  • Exploring your Cluster
  • Understanding YAML
  • Creating a Deployment in Kubernetes using YAML Preview
  • Creating a Service in Kubernetes
  • Installing Kubernetes Dashboard
  • Deploying an App using Dashboard
  • Using Rolling Updates in Kubernetes
  • Containers and Container Orchestration
  • Introduction to Kubernetes
  • Hands-on:
  • Setting up the Kubernetes Cluster
  • Accessing your application through service
  • Deploying an app through Kubernetes Dashboard
  • Rolling updates in Kubernetes
  • Topics
  • Introduction to Continuous Monitoring
  • Introduction to Nagios
  • Installing Nagios
  • Nagios Plugins(NRPE) and Objects
  • Nagios Commands and Notification
  • Hands-on:
  • Installing Nagios
  • Monitoring of different servers using Nagios
  • Topics
  • Why Cloud?
  • Introduction to Cloud Computing Preview
  • Why DevOps on Cloud?
  • Introduction to AWS
  • Various AWS services
  • DevOps using AWS

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