AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional
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The AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional exam validates advanced technical skills and experience in designing distributed applications and systems on the AWS platform. Example concepts you should understand for this exam include:

  • Designing and deploying dynamically scalable, highly available, fault-tolerant, and reliable applications on AWS
  • Selecting appropriate AWS services to design and deploy an application based on given requirements
  • Migrating complex, multi-tier applications on AWS
  • Designing and deploying enterprise-wide scalable operations on AWS
  • Implementing cost-control strategies

About AWS – Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional Exam

The AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional exam validates advanced technical skills and experience in designing distributed applications and systems on the AWS platform. Example concepts you should understand for this exam include:

  • Designing and deploying dynamically scalable, highly available, fault-tolerant, and reliable applications on AWS
  • Selecting appropriate AWS services to design and deploy an application based on given requirements
  • Migrating complex, multi-tier applications on AWS
  • Designing and deploying enterprise-wide scalable operations on AWS
  • Implementing cost-control strategies

Recommended AWS Knowledge

  • One or more years of hands-on experience developing and maintaining an AWS based application
  • In-depth knowledge of at least one high-level programming language
  • Understanding of core AWS services, uses, and basic AWS architecture best practices
  • Proficiency in developing, deploying, and debugging cloud-based applications using AWS
  • Ability to use the AWS service APIs, AWS CLI, and SDKs to write applications
  • Ability to identify key features of AWS services
  • Understanding of the AWS shared responsibility model
  • Understanding of application lifecycle management
  • Ability to use a CI/CD pipeline to deploy applications on AWS
Chapter 01: Introduction to Cloud Computing

What is Cloud Computing?
Advantages of Cloud Computing
Types of Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Deployments Models
Amazon Web Services Cloud Platform
The Cloud Computing Difference
AWS Cloud Economics
AWS Virtuous Cycle
AWS Cloud Architecture Design Principles
Databases
Relational Databases
Non-Relational Databases
Data Warehouse
Practice Questions:

Chapter 02: Core Concepts

Introduction
CI/CD
Continuous Integration
Continuous Delivery/Deployment
AWS CodePipeLine
AWS CodeDeploy
AB testing
Bootstrapping
Docker
Container
Container v/s Virtual Machine
Benefits of using Containerization
Docker Component
Practice Questions:

Chapter 03: Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery / Deployment, & Automation

Introduction
AWS CloudFormation
Introduction
Supported AWS services
AWS CloudFormation Concepts
CloudFormation Workflow
CloudFormation Structure
Intrinsic Functions and Conditionals
Stack Creation and DependsOn
CloudFormation Resource Deletion Policies
CloudFormation Stack Updates
CloudFormation Nesting
CloudFormation Creation Policies, Wait Conditions and Handlers
CloudFormation Custom Resource
AWS OpsWorks
Introduction
Features
OpsWorks Stacks and Layers
Lifecycle Events
OpsWorks Instances
OpsWorks Application
Deploying an Application
OpsWorks Databags and Berkshelf
Instance Auto healing
AWS Elastic Beanstalk
Introduction
Features
Components of Elastic Beanstalk
Architectural Concept
Lab 3.1- Deploying Application With Elastic BeanStalk
Elastic Beanstalk Settings
Extending Elastic BeanStalk using ebextension
Docker in Elastic Beanstalk
Practice Questions:

Chapter 04: Monitoring, Metrics, & Logging

Introduction
CloudWatch
Types of Monitoring
Basic Terminologies
LAB 4.1: Monitoring by CloudWatch Built-in Metrics
CloudWatch Architecture
CloudWatch Custom Metrics
LAB 4.2: Creating CloudWatch Custom Metrics for Current Unix Time
CloudWatch Alarms
Alarms Action
Alarm States
Note: AWS account allows up to 5000 alarms.
LAB 4.3: Configuring CloudWatch Alarm via Console
LAB 4.4: Configuring CloudWatch Alarm via CLI
Auto-scale based on metrics
LAB 4.5: Creating Autoscaling group
CloudWatch Logs
Main Purposes
CloudWatch Log Terminologies
LAB 4.6: EC2 system Monitoring using CloudWatch logs
CloudWatch Log Filters
LAB 4.7: Creating CloudWatch log filters
Real-Time Log Processing (RTLP)
Subscription Filters
LAB 4.8: Monitoring log activities using Kinesis stream
CloudTrail
Purpose
Types
Storage
LAB 4.9: Monitoring by Using CloudTrail Service
CloudWatch Events
Events
Targets
LAB 4.10: Creating CloudWatch Event
Mind Map
Practice Questions:

Chapter 05: Security, Governance & Validation

Introduction
Delegation and Federation
What is Federation?
Types of Federation
Roles and Session
Corporate Identity Federation
Web Identity Federation
Practice Questions:

Chapter 06: High Availability and Elasticity

Introduction
Auto Scaling
Auto Scaling Group
Launch Configuration
Scaling Plans
Benefits of Auto Scaling
Sample Stack-Scaled Down
Auto Scaling Life Cycle
Launch Configuration Deep Dive
Auto-Scaling Group Deep Dive

AWS Certifications are industry-recognized credentials that validate your technical cloud skills and expertise while assisting in your career growth. These are one of the most valuable IT certifications right now since AWS has established an overwhelming lead in the public cloud market. Even with the presence of several tough competitors such as Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Engine, and Rackspace, AWS is by far the dominant public cloud platform today, with an astounding collection of proprietary services that continues to grow.

The two key reasons as to why AWS certifications are prevailing in the current cloud-oriented job market:
  • There is a dire need for skilled cloud engineers, developers, and architects – and the current shortage of experts is expected to continue into the foreseeable future
  • AWS certifications stand out for their thoroughness, rigor, consistency, and appropriateness for critical cloud engineering positions
Value of AWS Certifications

AWS places equal emphasis on sound conceptual knowledge of its entire platform as well as on hands-on experience with the AWS infrastructure and its many unique and complex components and services.

For Individuals
  • Demonstrate your expertise to design, deploy, and operate highly available, cost-effective, and secure applications on AWS
  • Gain recognition and visibility for your proven skills and proficiency with AWS
  • Earn tangible benefits such as access to the AWS Certified LinkedIn Community, invite to AWS Certification Appreciation Receptions and Lounges, AWS Certification Practice Exam Voucher, Digital Badge for certification validation, AWS Certified Logo usage, access to AWS Certified Store
  • Foster credibility with your employer and peers
For Employers
  • Identify skilled professionals to lead IT initiatives with AWS technologies
  • Reduce risks and costs to implement your workloads and projects on the AWS platform
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