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In this course, we’ll help validate your expertise with DevOps by covering a variety of topics, such as creating deployment pipelines using the AWS Developer Tools suite and deploying infrastructure and applications using CloudFormation, Elastic Beanstalk, and OpsWorks. By the end of this course, you won’t just be prepared to sit for your AWS DevOps Engineer – Professional exam — you’ll also gain the advanced technical skills needed to become a DevOps subject matter expert.

This course covers the core concepts for each of the 6 domains outlined in the AWS blueprint, including:

  • SDLC Automation
  • Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code
  • Monitoring and Logging
  • Policies and Standards Automation
  • Incident and Event Response
  • High Availability, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery

We’ll cement your knowledge in these domains by diving deep into individual services and best practices with clear and concise 1- to 3-hour lectures and several hands-on labs. Along with real-life examples, practical labs, and more, we’ll walk through each of the major development and operational domains of Amazon Web Services, step by step.

The ideal student for this course is

  • Experienced AWS cloud engineers looking to pass the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional certification (DOP-C01)
  • Experienced AWS cloud engineers looking to learn advanced automations and features on the AWS cloud

Although this is no longer mandatary but it is recommended that you should have already earned the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate and/or AWS Certified Developer – Associate certification.

 

Are you ready to go on a challenging and rewarding journey, join us now !

 

01 — ABOUT THE COURSE

In this course, we’ll help validate your expertise with DevOps by covering a variety of topics, such as creating deployment pipelines using the AWS Developer Tools suite and deploying infrastructure and applications using CloudFormation, Elastic Beanstalk, and OpsWorks. By the end of this course, you won’t just be prepared to sit for your AWS DevOps Engineer – Professional exam — you’ll also gain the advanced technical skills needed to become a DevOps subject matter expert.

This course covers the core concepts for each of the 6 domains outlined in the AWS blueprint, including:

  • SDLC Automation
  • Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code
  • Monitoring and Logging
  • Policies and Standards Automation
  • Incident and Event Response
  • High Availability, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery

We’ll cement your knowledge in these domains by diving deep into individual services and best practices with clear and concise 1- to 4-hour lessons and several hands-on labs. Along with real-life examples, practical labs, and more, we’ll walk through each of the major development and operational domains of Amazon Web Services, step by step.

The ideal student for this course is ready to master the next level of the Amazon Web Services ecosystem and has already earned the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate and/or AWS Certified Developer – Associate certification.

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COURSE OUTLINE

Introduction

  • About the Exam
  • Certification Path and Supporting Courses

SDLC Automation

  • CI/CD Concepts
  • CodeCommit Overview
  • CodeCommit Repository Actions – Demo
  • CodeCommit Cloning, Commit, Pushes, and Pulls – Demo
  • CodeCommit Merging and Branching – Demo
  • CodeCommit Data Security
  • Introduction to CodeBuild
  • CodeBuild Walkthrough – Demo
  • Working with Build Projects and the Buildspec File
  • Introduction to CodeDeploy
  • CodeDeploy Setup and Configuration
  • CodeDeploy Application, Deployment Groups, and Deployment Configurations
  • CodeDeploy appspec.yml
  • CodeDeploy Revision and Deployment Details
  • Introduction to CodePipeline Concepts
  • CodePipeline with CodeBuild
  • Managing CodePipeline
  • Creating a Pipeline – Demo
  • CodePipeline Continuous Delivery and Approval Actions
  • CodePipeline with EventBridge
  • Jenkins with AWS Developer Tools
  • SDLC Automation Scenarios
  • HANDS-ON LAB Creating an AWS CodeCommit Repository That Triggers Email Notifications
  • HANDS-ON LAB Configure and Work with CodeCommit from the CLI
  • HANDS-ON LAB Setting Up an AWS CodePipeline with a Manual Approval
  • QUIZ SDLC Automation

Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code

  • Elastic Beanstalk Overview
  • Elastic Beanstalk Deployment Strategies
  • Elastic Beanstalk Environment Configurations
  • Elastic Beanstalk Docker Deployments
  • Elastic Beanstalk with RDS
  • Lambda Overview
  • Lambda Versions and Aliases – Demo
  • Lambda SAM Framework
  • Deploying Step Functions
  • API Gateway Overview
  • REST API vs. WebSocket API
  • API Gateway with Lambda Proxy Integration
  • CloudFormation Template Overview
  • CloudFormation Intrinsic Functions
  • CloudFormation Wait Conditions and Creation Policies
  • CloudFormation Helper Scripts
  • CloudFormation Stack Protection
  • Updating CloudFormation Stacks
  • CloudFormation Nested Stacks and Cross-Stack References
  • CloudFormation Drift Detection and Remediation
  • CloudFormation Custom Resources
  • OpsWorks Essentials
  • Deployment Strategies with AWS OpsWorks
  • Working with ECS
  • Fargate Overview
  • Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code Scenarios
  • HANDS-ON LAB Working with CloudFormation Condition Functions
  • HANDS-ON LAB Working with CloudFormation Nested Stacks
  • HANDS-ON LAB Updating CloudFormation Stacks with Direct Updates and Change Sets
  • QUIZ Configuration Management and Infrastructure as Code

Monitoring and Logging

  • EventBridge Overview
  • CloudWatch Alarms
  • CloudWatch Logs and Metrics
  • Automation with EventBridge and SNS – Demo
  • CloudTrail Overview
  • Kinesis Overview
  • Kinesis Data Streams with Lambda – Demo
  • X-Ray Concepts
  • Amazon OpenSearch (Amazon Elasticsearch)
  • Tagging and Resource Groups
  • Monitoring and Logging Scenarios
  • HANDS-ON LAB Monitoring AWS CodePipeline Changes Through AWS CloudWatch Events Rules
  • QUIZ Monitoring and Logging

Incident and Event Response

  • Incident and Event Response Overview
  • CloudFormation Stack Troubleshooting and Rollback
  • CodeDeploy Rollback
  • Event-Driven Automated Actions
  • GuardDuty Overview
  • AWS Inspector Overview
  • Kinesis and Event-Driven Automation
  • Security Information and Event Management
  • Incident and Event Response Scenarios
  • QUIZ Incident and Event Response

Policies and Standards Automation

  • AWS Organizations for Multi-Account Environments
  • Trusted Advisor for Policies and Standards
  • Service Catalog for Organizational Control
  • Systems Manager Introduction and Setup – Demo
  • Systems Manager Configuration Compliance
  • Systems Manager Run Command
  • Systems Manager Parameter Store
  • Automate with Systems Manager – Demo
  • Patch Manager
  • AWS Config
  • Amazon Macie
  • Secrets Manager
  • Policies and Standards Automation Scenarios
  • HANDS-ON LAB Creating an IAM Role and Configuring an EC2 Instance for AWS Systems Manager via the AWS Management Console
  • QUIZ Policies and Standards Automation

High Availability, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery

  • Auto Scaling Launch Templates
  • ASG Scaling Policies and Scheduled Actions – Demo
  • Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks for Configuring Instances
  • Termination Policies and Suspending Auto Scaling Processes
  • Auto Scaling to Support SQS – Demo
  • Load Balancers Fronting Auto Scaling Groups
  • Troubleshooting Auto Scaling
  • Auto Scaling Deployments
  • DynamoDB Overview
  • DynamoDB Streams, DAX, and TTL
  • Highly Available RDS
  • Aurora for High Availability
  • Content Delivery with CloudFront
  • High Availability with Route 53
  • AWS Single Sign-On
  • Multi-AZ and Multi-Region Deployments
  • Disaster Recovery
  • High Availability, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery Scenarios
  • HANDS-ON LAB Configuring AWS Auto Scaling Rolling Updates
  • QUIZ High Availability, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery

Conclusion

  • PRACTICE EXAM AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional (DOP-C01) Exam
  • Course Summary, Whitepapers, and Additional Resources
  • Conclusion

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