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[NEW] AWS Certified Developer Associate - Step by Step
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AWS Certified Developer Associate - Start your journey to get AWS Certified. Become AWS Certified Developer Associate.
What you'll learn

Understand objectives of AWS Certified Developer Associate
Get Ready for AWS Certification - AWS Certified Developer Associate
Go hands-on with compute, networking, storage, and database AWS Solutions
Understand the best practices for building secure and reliable solutions on the AWS platform
Test your preparation for AWS Certification - AWS Certified Developer Associate

Requirements

You have an attitude to learn while having fun :)
Zero Knowledge of AWS is expected
You would need a valid debit or credit card to create your AWS account

Description

AWS Certified Developer Associate is an awesome certification to validate your technical skills and expertise with AWS.

Do you want to become an AWS Certified Developer Associate?

Are you ready to get started on the amazing journey to get the prized AWS Certification?

Do you want to join 500,000+ learners having Amazing Learning Experiences with in28Minutes?

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We are here to help you start your journey to AWS Certified Developer Associate in a step by step approach.

ZERO Experience with AWS? No problem

Here are a couple of things you would need to understand:

Cloud is here to stay. We focus on helping you understand the cloud. Once you understand cloud well, you will be able to use your skills on AWS or any cloud platform.

Architectures are going cloud-neutral - Serverless, Microservices, Containers, and Container Orchestration. A certification lacks value if you do not understand and practice these important skills. We will help you get prepared for a Cloud Neutral Future and have practical cloud skills to go along with the most popular architectures.

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Getting Started with AWS Certified Developer Associate

Introduction - AWS Certified Developer Associate

Course Overview - AWS Certified Developer Associate

Getting Started - Cloud and AWS - Regions and AZs

Step 01 - Introduction to Cloud and AWS

Step 02 - Creating an AWS Root Account

Step 03 - Creating an IAM User For Your AWS Account

Step 04 - Need for Regions and Zones

Step 05 - Introduction to Regions and Zones

Getting Started - EC2

Step 01 - Section Overview - EC2

Step 01 - Exploring EC2 Fundamentals

Step 02 - Creating your first EC2 instance

Step 03 - Understanding EC2 instance type and SSH with Instance Connect

Step 04 - Installing HTTP Webserver on EC2

Step 05 - Playing with EC2 Instance Metadata Service and Dynamic Data

Step 06 - 1 - Exposing EC2 dynamic data details on HTTP Web Server

Step 06 - 2 - JSON Viewer Plugin

Step 07 - Playing with EC2 Security Groups

Step 08 - Understanding EC2 Public and Private IP Addresses

Step 09 - Understanding Elastic IP Addresses

Step 10 - Simplify EC2 HTTP server setup

Step 11 - Creating Launch Templates for EC2 instances

Step 12 - Creating Customized AMI for EC2 instance - Part 1

Step 13 - Creating Customized AMI for EC2 instance - Part 2

Step 14 - Exploring Amazon Machine Image

Step 15 - EC2 Security - Key Pairs

Step 16 - EC2 Security - Connecting from Windows

Step 17 - Key Pairs Recap & Troubleshooting

Step 18 - Important EC2 Scenarios

Step 19 - Choosing Availability Zone for EC2 Instance

Step 20 - Quick Review of EC2 - AMI Security Groups Key Pairs etc

Monitor Billing on the Cloud

Step 01 - Its Your Responsibility to Monitor Billing on the Cloud - 5 Recommendations

Step 02 - Monitor AWS Billing Setting Billing Alerts

Getting Started - AWS Elastic Load Balancing

Step 01 - Getting started with Load Balancing - AWS Elastic Load Balancing

Step 02 - Understanding HTTP, HTTPS, UDP and TCP Protocols

Step 03 - Exploring Types of AWS Elastic Load Balancers

Step 04 - AWS Elastic Load Balancing - Getting started with Classic Load Balancer

Step 05 - Exploring Classic Load Balancer Further

Step 06 - AWS Elastic Load Balancing - Getting started with Application Load Balancer

Step 07 - Exploring Application Load Balancer Further

Step 08 - Understand AWS Elastic Load Balancing Listeners

Step 09 - Exploring Application Load Balancer Target Groups

Step 11 - Using Multiple Target Groups for Microservices Architectures

Step 12 - Exploring Listener Rules in ALB

Step 13 - Getting started with Auto Scaling Groups

Step 14 - Creating Your First Auto Scaling Group

Step 15 - Playing with Auto Scaling Group

Step 16 - Understanding Auto Scaling Components and Dynamic Scaling Policies

Step 17 - Exploring Auto Scaling Policies - Dynamic Scaling

Step 18 - Exploring Auto Scaling Scenarios

Step 19 - Getting Started with a Network Load Balancer

Step 20 - Creating a Network Load Balancer

Step 21 - Exploring Network Load Balancer

Step 22 - Deleting Network Load Balancers and Target Groups

Step 23 - Deleting Application Load Balancers and Target Groups

Step 24 - Quick Review of ELB - Application, Classic and Network Load Balancers

Getting Started - Serverless with AWS Lambda

Step 01 - Introduction to Serverless

Step 02 - Getting started with AWS Lambda

Step 03 - Creating Your First Serverless Function with AWS Lambda

Step 04 - Understanding Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Event and Response

Step 05 - Playing with Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Context

Step 06 - Playing with Your First Serverless Function - AWS Lambda Basic Settings

Step 07 - Monitoring your AWS Lambda Serverless Functions - CloudWatch and XRay

Step 08 - Versioning your AWS Lambda Serverless Functions - Versions and Alias

Theory - Serverless with AWS Lambda

Step 01 - Understanding Concurrency of Lambda Functions

Step 02 - 01 - Understanding AWS Lambda Execution Context

Step 03 - Understanding Provisioned Concurrency of Lambda Functions

Step 04 - Lambda Functions - What is Throttling?

Step 05 - Invoking Lambda Functions Synchronously

Step 06 - Invoking Lambda Functions Asynchronously

Step 07 - 01 - Exploring AWS Lambda - Context Object

Step 07 - 02 - Invoking Lambda Functions from CloudFront - [email protected]

Step 08 - Understanding Versioning of Lambda Functions

Step 09 - Exploring Alias for Lambda Functions

Step 10 - Creating Layers for Lambda Functions

Step 11 - Understanding AWS Lambda Best Practices

Step 12 - Exploring AWS Lambda - Scenario Questions

Getting Started - AWS API Gateway

Step 01 - Getting started with AWS API Gateway

Step 02 - Getting started with AWS API Gateway - API Types - HTTP, REST and WebSockets

Step 03 - Creating Your First AWS API Gateway - REST API

Step 04 - Understanding the Basics of Handling Request with AWS REST API Gateway

Step 05 - Playing with AWS REST API Gateway - Customizing Mock Response and Headers

Step 06 - Integrating AWS REST API Gateway with Lambda Integration

Step 07 - Playing with API Gateway - Using Mapping Template to map Request Headers and Params

Step 08 - Playing with API Gateway - Creating POST Method

Step 09 - Playing with API Gateway - Validation Request Body using Model Schema

Step 10 - Playing with API Gateway - Customizing Response Headers and Validation

Step 11 - Deploying API Gateways - Creating a new Stage

Step 12 - Understanding AWS REST API Gateway Integrations - Custom vs Proxy Integration

Step 13 - Exploring REST API Gateway Lambda Proxy Integration

Step 14 - Implementing Rate Limiting and API Keys using AWS API Gateway

Step 15 - Exploring AWS API Gateway Stages

Step 16 - Getting Started with AWS API Gateway - HTTP API

Step 17 - Creating HTTP API - AWS API Gateway

Step 18 - Exploring HTTP API - AWS API Gateway

Step 19 - Exploring HTTP API - AWS API Gateway Further

Theory: Exporing API Gateway

Step 01 - Exploring API Gateway Endpoint Types

Step 02 - Exploring API Gateway Integration Types

Step 03 - Exploring API Gateway Lambda Integrations - Custom and Proxy

Step 04 - Exploring API Gateway - Stages

Step 05 - Exploring API Gateway - Caching

Getting Started - Amazon Cognito

Step 00 - 01 - Introduction to Identity Federation

Step 00 - 02 - Introduction to Amazon Cognito

Step 01 - Understanding Amazon Cognito User Pools

Step 02 - Understanding Amazon Cognito Identity Pools

Step 03 - 01 - Playing with Amazon Cognito User Pools

Step 03 - 02 - Customize UserPool Workflow With Triggers

Step 04 - Exploring Amazon Cognito Identity Pools

Step 05 - Exporing Amazon Cognito Use Cases - Identity vs User Pools

Step 06 - Integrating Authorization with API Gateway

Step 07 - Exploring API Gateway - Scenarios

Getting Started - S3 - Object Storage in AWS

Step 01 - Getting Started with S3 - AWS Object Storage

Step 02 - Creating an S3 Bucket and Exploring the UI

Step 03 - Understanding S3 - Objects, Buckets and Key Value Pairs

Step 04 - Playing with S3 Versioning

Step 05 - Logging S3 Access Requests

Step 06 - Creating a Public Website with S3

Step 07 - Quick Review - Creating a Public Website with S3

Step 08 - Exploring S3 Object level logging and Encryption

Step 09 - Exploring S3 Object Locks, Tags and Transfer Acceleration

Step 10 - Exploring S3 Event Notifications

Step 11 - Implementing S3 Event Notifications with AWS Lambda

Step 12 - Playing with S3 Prefixes

Step 13 - Exploring Bucket and Object ACLs in S3

Step 14 - Getting Started with S3 Storage Classes

Step 15 - Comparing S3 Storage Classes

Step 16 - Exploring S3 Lifecycle Configuration

Step 17 - Exploring S3 Cross Region and Same Region Replication

Step 18 - Exploring S3 Object Level Configurations

Step 19 - Understanding S3 Consistency Model - Eventual Consistency

Step 20 - Exploring S3 Presigned URLs

Step 21 - Basics of Amazon S3 Access Points

Step 21 - Exploring Different Cost Factors with Amazon S3

Step 21 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Security Scenarios

Step 23 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Cost Scenarios

Step 24 - Quick Review of Amazon S3 Performance Scenarios

Step 25 - Exploring S3 Features using Scenarios 89dB v2

Step 25 - Exploring S3 Features using Scenarios v1 OLD

Step 26 - Getting Started with S3 Glacier - S3 vs S3 Glacier

Step 27 - Exploring S3 Glacier - Quick Review

Getting Started - IAM

Step 01 - Getting Started with IAM - Identity and Access Management

Step 02 - Creating an Operations IAM User

Step 03 - Playing with IAM Users, Groups and Policies

Step 04 - Understanding IAM AWS Managed and Customer Managed Policies

Step 05 - Exploring IAM Inline Policies

Step 06 - Connecting to AWS Services from Command Line

Step 07 - 01 - Creating an IAM role to connect to S3 from EC2

Step 08 - Quick Review of IAM - Users, Roles and Groups

Step 08 - ZZ - Quick Introduction to Instance Profiles 89dB

Step 09 - Exploring IAM Scenarios

Step 10 - Exploring IAM Cross Account Access using Roles

Step 11 - Understanding Federation with IAM Roles

Step 12 - Understanding Web Identity Federation with IAM Roles

Step 13 - Exploring Identity Based and Resource Based Policies

Step 14 - Quick Review of IAM with Scenario Questions

Step 15 - Authentication with IAM - A Review

Step 16 - Understanding IAM Best Practices

Getting Started - KMS and CloudHSM

Step 01 - Understanding Data States, Encryption, KMS and Cloud HSM

Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS Key Management Service KMS

Step 03 - Connecting AWS KMS with S3 - Server Side Encryption SSE

Step 04 - Exploring KMS Customer Master Keys - CMKs

Step 05 - How does Server Side Encryption Happen with KMS

Step 06 - Exploring KMS APIs

Step 07 - Exploring KMS Other APIs and Quotas

Step 08 - Using KMS with S3 - Whats happening in the Background?

Step 09 - Using KMS with S3 - Usecases

Step 10 - Integrating KMS with CloudWatch

Step 11 - KMS - Important Things to Remember

Step 12 - Getting Started with AWS Cloud HSM

Step 13 - Quick Review of Cloud HSM

Getting Started - Amazon VPC

Step 01 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC

Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon VPC

Step 03 - Understanding Need for an Amazon VPC Subnets

Step 04 - Creating Amazon VPC with Public and Private Subnets

Step 05 - Public Subnet vs Private Subnet - Internet Gateway

Step 06 - Getting Started with NAT Instance and Gateway

Step 07 - Exploring NAT Instance vs NAT Gateway

Step 08 - Getting Started with NACL

Step 09 - Exploring NACL vs Security Groups

Step 10 - Getting Started with VPC Flow Logs

Step 11 - Understanding VPC Peering

Step 12 - Connecting On Premises with AWS - Direct Connect and VPN

Step 13 - Understanding VPC Endpoints - Gateway and Interface

Step 14 - Reviewing Important Networking Concepts in AWS

Getting Started - Databases in AWS

Step 01 - Getting Started with Databases

Step 02 - Understanding Challenges with Choosing Databases

Step 03 - Understanding Availability and Durability of Databases

Step 04 - Understanding RTO and RPO

Step 05 - Understanding Read Replicas for Databases

Step 06 - Understanding Importance of Database Consistency

Step 07 - Exploring Different Database Categories

Step 08 - Exploring Relations Databases for OLTP and OLAP Use cases (RDS and RedShift)

Step 09 - Exploring the differences between OLTP and OLAP Databases

Step 10 - Getting Started with Document Databases (DocumentDB)

Step 11 - Exploring Key Value Databases (DocumentDB)

Step 12 - Quick Look at Graph Databases (Neptune)

Step 13 - Quick Look at In Memory Databases (ElastiCache)

Step 14 - Quick Review of Database Options

Step 15 - Scenarios Review of Database Options

Getting Started - Amazon RDS

Step 01 - Getting Started with RDS - AWS Relational OLTP Database

Step 02 - Responsibilities for RDS - You vs AWS

Step 03 - Exploring options in creating RDS Databases

Step 04 - Creating Your First RDS Database in AWS

Step 05 - Creating an EC2 instance to connect to RDS Database

Step 06 - Connecting to RDS Database from EC2 instance and creating tables

Step 07 - Exploring Options on an Existing Your First RDS Database in AWS

Step 08 - Understanding Multi-AZ Deployments of RDS

Step 09 - Understanding Read Replicas of RDS

Step 10 - Getting Started with Amazon Aurora Database

Step 11 - Exploring UI for Amazon Arora Database

Step 12 - Exploring Other RDS Database Engines

Step 13 - Architecture - Managing Scaling of Your RDS Databases

Step 14 - Architecture - Managing Operations for RDS Databases

Step 15 - Architecture - Managing Security and Encryption for RDS

Step 16 - Architecture - Managing Costs for Your RDS Databases

Step 17 - Quick Review - When to use RDS

Step 18 - RDS Review with A Few Scenarios

Getting Started - Amazon DynamoDB

Step 01 - Introduction to DynamoDB

Step 02 - Understanding DynamoDB Hierarchy - Tables Items and Attributes

Step 03 - Exploring DynamoDB Data Types

Step 04 - Playing with DynamoDB

Step 05 - Exploring DynamoDB Primary Key and Partitions

Step 06 - Understanding DynamoDB - Local Secondary Index - LSI

Step 07 - Understanding DynamoDB - Global Secondary Index - GSI

Step 08 - Understanding DynamoDB Data Consistency Levels

Step 09 - Understanding DynamoDB Capacity Modes - Provisioned and OnDemand

Step 10 - Understanding DynamoDB Read Write Capacity Calculations - 1

Step 11 - Understanding DynamoDB Read Write Capacity Calculations - 2

Step 12 - Exploring DynamoDB - Query vs Scan

Step 13 - Creating a Cloud9 Environment

Step 14 - Playing with DynamoDB APIs from Cloud9 Command Line

Step 15 - Exploring DynamoDB - Projection and Filter Expressions

Step 16 - Exploring DynamoDB - Pagination

Step 17 - Exploring Other DynamoDB API

Step 18 - Exploring DynamoDB API Errors

Step 19 - Exploring DynamoDB - TTL - Time To Live Attribute

Step 20 - Designing DynamoDB Tables - Choosing Partition Keys

Step 21 - Designing DynamoDB Tables - Time Series Data

Step 22 - 01 - Understanding Optimistic Locking with DynamoDB

Step 22 - 02 - Exploring DynamoDB Best Practices

Step 22 - 03 - IAM Policy - Restrict User Access on DynamoDB and S3

Step 23 - DynamoDB - Things to Remember

Step 24 - Exploring DynamoDB Streams

Step 25 - Taking care of Operations for DynamoDB

Step 26 - Taking care of Security for DynamoDB - IAM, and Encryption

Step 27 - Comparing DynamoDB with RDS

Step 28 - Exploring DAX - DynamoDB Accelerator

Step 29 - Exploring DynamoDB Scenarios

Getting Started - Amazon SQS, Amazon SNS, and Amazon MQ

Step 01 - Understanding Need for Asynchronous Communication

Step 02 - Getting Started with SQS

Step 03 - Sending and Receiving a Messaging using SQS - Best Case

Step 04 - Understanding Lifecycle of a Message on an SQS Queue

Step 05 - Implementing AutoScaling with SQS

Step 06 - Understanding Important SQS Configuration

Step 07 - Implementing Security for Your SQS Queues

Step 08 - 01 - Creating an Amazon SQS Queue and Playing with Messages

Step 08 - 02 - Sending and Receiving SQS Messages from an EC2 instance

Step 08 - 03 - IAM Role - Trust Policy

Step 09 - Identifying Duplicate Messages in SQS using DeDuplication ID

Step 10 - Exploring Amazon SQS APIs

Step 11 - Exploring Amazon SQS API - Receive Message

Step 12 - Exploring Amazon SQS Scenarios

Step 13 - Getting Started with Simple Notification Service - SNS

Step 14 - YY - Creating an SNS Topic and Registering a Lambda to Subscribe

Step 15 - ZZ - Registering an SQS Queue as a subscriber to an SNS Topic

Step 16 - Getting Started with Amazon MQ

Getting Started - Amazon Kinesis

Step 01 - Getting Started with Streaming Data

Step 02 - Handling simple streams with S3 Notifications

Step 03 - Handling simple streams with DynamoDB Streams

Step 04 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis

Step 05 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

Step 06 - Understanding Hierarchy of Kinesis Streams

Step 07 - Exploring Kinesis Streams - Resharding

Step 08 - Exploring Kinesis Streams API

Step 09 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose

Step 10 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Analytics

Step 11 - Getting Started with Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

Step 12 - Exploring Amazon Kinesis

Step 13 - Exploring Kinesis Streams - Scenario Questions

Getting Started - Amazon CloudFront

Step 01 - Understanding the Need for CDN - CloudFront

Step 02 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudFront

Step 03 - Understanding an Amazon CloudFront Distribution

Step 04 - Setting Cache Behaviors for Amazon CloudFront Distribution

Step 05 - Creating Private Content with Amazon CloudFront

Step 06 - Creating Signed URLs and Cookies with Amazon CloudFront

Step 07 - Protecting content in S3 using Amazon CloudFront OAI

Step 08 - 01 - Creating a CloudFront Distribution

Step 08 - 02 - Exploring CloudFront Distribution

Step 09 - Recommended Architecture for Static Content in AWS

Step 10 - Quick Review of Amazon CloudFront

Getting Started - Route 53

Step 01 - Getting Started with Route 53 - AWS Domain Registrar and DNS

Step 02 - Understanding Route 53 - DNS Records and Alias Records

Step 03 - Understanding Route 53 Routing Policies

Step 04 - Creating a Hosted Zone with Route 53 and Exploring Routing Policies

Step 05 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 1

Step 06 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 2

Step 07 - Exploring Route 53 Routing Policies - 3

Getting Started - DevOps in AWS

Step 01 - Getting Started with DevOps

Step 02 - Getting Started with CI-CD - Continous Integration and Deployment

Step 03 - Understanding DevOps Tools in AWS - CI-CD

Step 04 - Getting Started with IAC - Infrastructure as Code

Step 05 - Understanding DevOps Tools in AWS - IAC - CloudFormation and SAM

Step 06 - Getting Started with AWS CodeCommit

Step 07 - Playing with AWS CodeCommit

Step 08 - Getting Started with AWS CodeBuild

Step 09 - Understanding AWS CodeBuild Buildspec file

Step 10 - Exploring Docker Example for AWS CodeBuild Buildspec

Step 11 - Running AWS CodeBuild in a VPC

Step 12 - Getting Started with AWS CodeDeploy

Step 13 - Understanding AWS CodeDeploy Deployment Types

Step 14 - Understanding AWS CodeDeploy Components

Step 15 - Running AWS CodeDeploy on EC2 and On-Premises

Step 16 - Running AWS CodeDeploy for Lambda Functions

Step 17 - Running AWS CodeDeploy for ECS - Elastic Container Service

Step 18 - Exploring CodeDeploy - Order of Hooks Execution

Step 19 - Exploring CodeDeploy - Rollbacks

Step 20 - Getting started with AWS CodePipeline

Step 21 - DevOps with AWS CodePipeline - 01

Step 22 - DevOps with AWS CodePipeline - 02

Step 23 - Using CodeStar - Develop and Deploy to AWS in Minutes

Step 24 - Exploring DevOps Scenarios

Getting Started - AWS CloudFormation

Step 01 - Getting started with AWS CloudFormation

Step 02 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates

Step 03 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Terminology

Step 04 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Templates - Important Elements

Step 05 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Resources

Step 06 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Parameters and Pseudo Parameters

Step 07 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - CreationPolicy

Step 08 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Common Resource Attributes

Step 09 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Conditions

Step 10 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Mappings

Step 11 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Outputs

Step 12 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Templates - Transform

Step 13 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - Ref

Step 14 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - GetAtt

Step 15 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - FindInMap

Step 16 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions - Join

Step 17 - Understanding Other AWS CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions

Step 18 - 01 - Playing with AWS CloudFormation - 01

Step 18 - 01 - Playing with AWS CloudFormation - 02

Step 18 - 02 - Exploring AWS CloudFormation Execution Statuses

Step 19 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Cross Stack Reference

Step 20 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation Nested Stacks

Step 21 - Comparing Nested Stacks with Cross Stack

Step 22 - Understanding AWS CloudFormation - Stack Set

Step 23 - AWS CloudFormation - Important Things to Remember

Step 24 - AWS CloudFormation vs Elastic Beanstalk

Step 25 - Learning more about AWS CloudFormation

Getting Started - SAM

Step 01 - Getting Started with SAM - Serverless Application Model

Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS SAM - Installing Required Tools

Step 03 - Creating and Deploying a Serverless Application with AWS SAM

Step 04 - Exploring AWS SAM Template

Step 05 - Exploring AWS resources created by SAM - Lambda, API Gateway, and CloudFormation Stack

Step 06 - Configuring HTTP API Gateway and Exploring Change Sets

Step 07 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model Template

Step 08 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model CLI Commands

Step 09 - Exploring SAM - Serverless Application Model CLI Policy Templates

Step 10 - Exploring SAM - Scenario Questions

Going Deeper with EC2

Step 01 - Getting started with Scalability - Horizontal and Vertical Scaling

Step 02 - Understanding EC2 Tenancy - Shared vs Dedicated

Step 03 - Getting started with EC2 Pricing Models

Step 04 - Getting Started with EC2 On-Demand and Spot Instances

Step 05 - Understanding EC2 Reserved Instances

Step 06 - Understanding EC2 Savings Plans

Step 07 - Quick Review of EC2 Pricing Models

Step 08 - Exploring EC2 Placement Groups

Step 09 - Exploring EC2 Placement Groups - Continued

Step 10 - Exploring Elastic Network Interface

Step 11 - Exploring Elastic Network Interface - Hands-On

Step 12 - Monitoring EC2 Instances with Amazon CloudWatch

Getting Started - Block and File Storage in AWS

Step 01 - Understanding Storage Types - Block Storage vs File Storage

Step 02 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - Instance Store

Step 03 - Understanding AWS Block Storage - EBS

Step 04 - 01 - Creating EC2 Instances with Elastic Block Storage Volumes

Step 04 - 02 - Playing with EC2 Instances and Elastic Block Storage Volumes

Step 04 - 03 - Mounting Elastic Block Storage onto an EC2 Instance

Step 04 - 04 - Mounting Elastic Block Storage onto an EC2 Instance

Step 05 - Exploring Instance Store vs EBS Elastic Block Storage

Step 06 - Exploring Elastic Block Storage - HDD vs SSD

Step 07 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 1

Step 08 - Exploring File Storage in AWS - EFS and FSx - 2

Step 09 - Quick Review of AWS Storage Options

Step 10 - Exploring AWS Storage Gateway - Hybrid Storage

Getting Started - AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Step 01 - Introduction to AWS Managed Services - IAAS, PAAS, CAAS, FAAS, and Serverless-27102020

Step 02 - Getting Started with AWS Elastic BeanStalk

Step 03 - 01 - Creating your first AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment with Python

Step 03 - 02 - Exploring AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Step 04 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Concepts

Step 05 - Understanding AWS Elastic BeanStalk Web Tier

Step 06 - Understanding AWS Elastic BeanStalk Worker Tier

Step 07 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Source Bundle

Step 08 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Configuration Files

Step 09 - Exploring AWS Elastic BeanStalk Deployment Methods

Step 10 - Reviewing AWS Elastic BeanStalk Deployment Methods

Step 11 - Deploying New Version to AWS Elastic BeanStalk

Step 12 - AWS Elastic BeanStalk - Things to Remember

Getting Started - Container Orchestration with AWS ECS

Step 01 - Getting Started with Microservices and Containers

Step 02 - Getting Started with Container Orchestration - ECS, Fargate, and Kubernetes

Step 03 - Creating your first ECS Fargate cluster

Step 04 - Playing with the ECS Farage Cluster - Tasks and Service

Step 05 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Clusters

Step 06 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Definition

Step 07 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Permissions

Step 08 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Service

Step 09 - Exploring ECS - Elastic Container Service - Task Placement

Step 10 - ECS - Elastic Container Service - Things to Remember

Step 11 - Running Containers in Elastic Beanstalk

Step 12 - Running Docker Containers in AWS

Step 13 - Getting Started with Elastic Container Repository - ECR

Step 14 - Exploring Docker Commands - Quick Reference

Step 15 - Pushing Docker Images to Elastic Container Repository - ECR

Going Deeper into Serverless with AWS

Step 01 - Understanding Event Source Mapping of Lambda Functions

Step 02 - Exploring Integration of AWS Lambda with Application Load Balancer

Step 03 - Exploring Integration of IAM with Lambda Function - Execution Role

Step 04 - Exploring Integration of IAM with Lambda Function - Resource Based Policy

Step 05 - Exploring Integration of CloudWatch Logs with Lambda Function

Step 06 - Running Lambda Functions in a VPC

Step 07 - Exploring API Gateway - CORS Configuration

Step 08 - Comparing API Gateway HTTP API vs REST API

Step 09 - Exploring API Gateway - Canary Releases

Step 10 - Exploring API Gateway - Throttling

Step 12 - Integration API Gateway with IAM - Resource-Based Policies

Step 13 - Monitoring Your API Gateway

Step 14 - Deploying Lambda Functions using CloudFormation - Inline

Step 15 - Creating Lambda Deployment Packages

Step 16 - Deploying Lambda Functions using CloudFromation - S3

Step 17 - Understanding AWS Lambda Quotas

Step 18 - Deploying SAM with CodeDeploy

Step 19 - Getting Started with AWS AppSync

Step 20 - Serverless Orchestration with AWS Step Functions

Step 21 - Exploring AWS Step Functions

Step 22 - Getting Started with Amazon Simple Workflow Service - SWF

Getting Started - Tracing with X-Ray

Step 01 - Getting Started with X-Ray

Step 02 - How does Tracing work with X-Ray?

Step 03 - Implementing Tracing with X-Ray

Step 04 - Sending Traces using X-Ray Daemon

Step 05 - Understanding X-Ray hierarchy - Segments and SubSegments

Getting Started - AWS CloudTrail and AWS Config

Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS CloudTrail

Step 02 - Exploring AWS CloudTrail

Step 03 - Getting Started with AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

Step 04 - Configuring AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

Step 05 - Exploring Results from AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

Getting Started - Amazon CloudWatch

Step 01 - Getting Started with Amazon CloudWatch

Step 02 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Metrics

Step 03 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Dashboards Alarms and Logs

Step 04 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch - Metrics, Events, and Container Insights

Step 05 - Understanding Amazon CloudWatch Metrics Terminology

Step 06 - Publishing Custom Metrics to Amazon CloudWatch

Step 07 - Amazon CloudWatch Metrics - Good to Know

Step 08 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Logs

Step 09 - Collecting Amazon CloudWatch Logs from EC2 and On-Premises

Step 10 - Filtering Amazon CloudWatch Logs and Generating Metrics

Step 11 - 01 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Alarms

Step 11 - 02 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Alarms - Terminology

Step 12 - Exploring Amazon CloudWatch Events

Step 13 - Comparing Amazon CloudWatch Events vs EventBridge

Getting Started - AWS CLI and STS API

Step 01 - Getting Started with AWS CLI

Step 02 - Exploring AWS CLI Options

Step 03 - Playing with AWS CLI

Step 04 - Exploring Options to log in to AWS CLI

Step 05 - Exploring Profiles in AWS CLI

Step 06 - Exploring Configuration Precedence in AWS CLI

Step 07 - Getting Started with AWS Security Token Service - STS

Step 08 - Exploring AWS Security Token Service - STS APIs

Getting Started - CORS and Configuration Management in AWS

Step 01 - What is CORS - Cross-Origin Resource Sharing?

Step 02 - Implementing CORS in AWS - S3 and API Gateway

Step 03 - What is Configuration Management?

Step 04 - Configuration Management for AWS Lambda - Environment Variables

Step 05 - Configuration Management in AWS - Parameter Store

Step 06 - Secrets Management in AWS - AWS Secrets Manager

Getting Started - Caching in AWS

Step 01 - What is Caching?

Step 02 - Exploring Caching Strategies - Write Through and Lazy Loading

Step 03 - Comparing Caching Strategies - Write Through and Lazy Loading

Step 04 - Getting Started with Amazon ElastiCache - Memcached and Redis

Step 05 - Comparing Amazon ElastiCache - Memcached vs Redis

Step 06 - Comparing Amazon ElastiCache vs DAX DynamoDB Accelerator

Step 07 - Caching Application Sessions in AWS

More AWS Services

Step 00 - Understanding AWS Data Lakes Query in Place Options

Step 01 - Exploring Service Quotas

Step 02 - Exploring AWS Directory Service

Step 03 - Exploring AWS Global Accelerator

Step 04 - Implementing Conditions in S3 Bucket Policy

Getting Started - Well-Architected Framework

Step 01 - Well-Architected Framework - Introduction

Step 02 - Well-Architected Framework - Operational Excellence Pillar

Step 03 - Well-Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 1

Step 04 - Well-Architected Framework - Security Pillar - 2

Step 05 - Well-Architected Framework - Reliability Pillar

Step 06 - Well-Architected Framework - Loosely Coupled Architectures

Step 07 - Well-Architected Framework - Troubleshooting on AWS

Step 08 - Well-Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar

Step 09 - Well-Architected Framework - Performance Efficiency Pillar - Choosing the right solution

Step 10 - Well-Architected Framework - Cost Optimization Pillar

Step 11 - Shared Responsibility Model - AWS and Customer - Security and Compliance

Getting Ready for AWS Certified Developer Associate

Step 01 - Recommended Resources - AWS Certified Developer Associate

Step 02 - Register for - AWS Certified Developer Associate

Step 03 - My Recommendations for the AWS Certified Developer Associate Exam

Step 04 - Congratulations

Who this course is for:

You want to start your cloud journey with AWS
You want to become AWS Certified Developer Associate
You have some programming experience and you want to start your cloud journey with an AWS Certification


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