The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator (Associate) certification demands that candidates be familiar enough with Amazon cloud services to manage complex AWS deployments. Therefore, before attempting this exam, you will need at least most of the skills required for the Solutions Architect Associate level certification.
For that reason, we recommend you take all of our Solutions Architect Associate level courses, in addition to the SysOps certification course.
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Learning Path Steps
This course is the introduction to Cloud Academy's comprehensive Amazon Web Services learning tracks series.
This course offers you an updated introduction to AWS's cornerstone compute services, and provides a foundation as you build your compute skills for AWS.
By completing this hands-on lab, you will be able to create your first Amazon EC2 instance using the AWS Management Console.
GNU/Linux is the leading operating system on servers and other big iron systems such as mainframe computers and supercomputers. Any system administrator should know the basics of the Linux Command Line Interface (CLI). This laboratory will show you the Linu...
You will learn the steps to launch and configure a Windows virtual machine using Amazon AWS.
This course covers the wide range of storage services within AWS, their key features, and when and why you would use them.
Learn to create your first Amazon S3 bucket, create a logical folder for organizational purposes, and upload content to it and set custom metadata using the S3 console
Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
EC2 instances can use multiple storage volumes, learn how to add and manage them using EBS.
You will learn how to create custom Amazon Machine Images (AMI) starting from a customized EC2 instance.
Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)
This course covers some of the key structural elements of AWS traffic control, as well as critical networking services such as CloudFront, Route53, Auto Scaling, and Load Balancing.
Learn how to create an isolated network using Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
This course gives you an overview of the AWS Virtual Private Cloud and its associated networking components.
Learn how to increment the network security creating a public and private subnet on VPC and filter traffic using network ACL
This course provides you with an introduction to the cloud database services offered by AWS and how to use them.
You will learn the steps to create and use the MySQL Relational Database using Amazon RDS.
Move your first steps using DynamoDB. Create tables with and withoud secondary indexes, learn how to add new rows and query your data by using the AWS Management Console.
This course covers the most important topics of the AWS Shared Responsibility model, the AWS Acceptable Use policy, and penetration testing rules.
Storage for AWS
This course will tell you everything you need to know to get started securing your AWS infrastructure.
Learn how to manage our organization using IAM Users and Groups and IAM Roles
Storage for AWS
This course covers all the main concepts and practical application of Elastic Load Balancing.
In this lab, we are going to create an Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) within the AWS console. In the next steps, we are going to create a Classic Load balancer to forward the web traffic to a couple of EC2 instances
Working with Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Groups and Network Load Balancer
You will learn the steps to automatically scale up or down your EC2 infrastructure using Auto Scaling Groups.
This course explains the various features and use cases of Amazon CloudFront and includes a walkthrough of how to create a Web Distribution.
Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery web service. It integrates with other Amazon Web Services products to give developers and businesses an easy way to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no minimum usage com...
This course walks you through AWS Route 53 and managing domain registrations, traffic routing, and health checks to optimize access to your Amazon infrastructure.
Amazon Route 53
Amazon Route 53
In this course, you'll learn how to build automatically provisioned and managed Amazon infrastructure using AWS CloudFormation.
A CloudFormation stack can manage DynamoDB tables, Elastic IP's, EC2 instances, Virtual Private Cloud networks and security groups, Route53 zones and records, IAM users, CloudWatch logs and alarms, S3 buckets, and much more. In this lab you'll use CloudForm...
This course shows one of the many possible alternatives for creating a high availability application, designing the whole infrastructure with a Design for Failure.
This course guides you through a real-world scenario that closely reflects many real-world pressures and demands. You'll learn to leverage Amazon's elasticity to effectively and reliably respond to a quickly changing business environment.
CloudWatch is a monitoring service that AWS provides. You can use it to monitor AWS resources or custom resources, inside or outside AWS.
Learn how to deploy applications using Amazon Elastic Beanstalk with monitoring, autoscaling, and load balancing.
Deploy a PHP applicationusing Chef with Amazon OpsWorks.
SysOps Administrator for AWS Associate