AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate Training

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With over 5+ years of specialized expertise in the sector, our training instructor has meticulously crafted the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate course/training to ensure comprehensive mastery of the subject. An insightful course put together for system operators, teaching them how to go about the various important functions on Amazon Web Services. The course will take you through installation, automation, ability to monitor and troubleshoot the systems in different business environments.

In This Module We Will Learn :

Monitoring, Logging, and Remediation

  • Implement metrics, alarms, and filters by using AWS monitoring and logging services 
  • Identify, collect, analyze, and export logs
  • Collect metrics and logs using the CloudWatch agent  
  • Create CloudWatch alarms  
  • Create metric filters 
  • Create CloudWatch dashboards 
  • Configure notifications

Remediate issues based on monitoring and availability metrics 

  • Troubleshoot or take corrective actions based on notifications and alarms  
  • Configure Amazon EventBridge rules to trigger actions  
  • Use AWS Systems Manager Automation documents to act based on AWS Config rules 

Implement scalability and elasticity

  • Create and maintain AWS Auto Scaling plans  
  • Implement caching  
  • Implement Amazon RDS replicas and Amazon Aurora Replicas  
  • Implement loosely coupled architectures  
  • Differentiate between horizontal scaling and vertical scaling  

Implement backup and restore strategies

  • Automate snapshots and backups based on use cases
  • Restore databases, point-in-time restore, promote read replica
  • Implement versioning and lifecycle rules  
  • Configure Amazon S3 Cross-Region Replication  
  • Execute disaster recovery procedures  

Implement high availability and resilient environments

  • Configure Elastic Load Balancer and Amazon Route 53 health checks  
  • Differentiate between the use of a single Availability Zone and Multi-AZ deployments
  • Implement fault-tolerant workloads (for example, Amazon Elastic File System [Amazon EFS], Elastic IP addresses)  
  • Implement Route 53 routing policies (for example, failover, weighted, latency based)  

Provision and maintain cloud resources

  • Create and manage AMIs (for example, EC2 Image Builder)  
  • Create, manage, and troubleshoot AWS CloudFormation  
  • Provision resources across multiple AWS Regions and accounts  
  • Select deployment scenarios and services
  • Identify and remediate deployment issues

Automate manual or repeatable processes 

  • Use AWS services (for example, OpsWorks, Systems Manager, CloudFormation) to automate deployment processes  
  • Implement automated patch management  
  • Schedule automated tasks by using AWS services (for example, EventBridge, AWS Config) 

Implement and manage security and compliance policies

  • Implement IAM features
  • Troubleshoot and audit access issues by using AWS services 
  • Validate service control policies and permissions boundaries  
  • Review AWS Trusted Advisor security checks  
  • Validate AWS Region and service selections based on compliance requirements  
  • Implement secure multi-account strategies

Implement data and infrastructure protection strategies

  • Enforce a data classification scheme  
  • Create, manage, and protect encryption keys  
  • Implement encryption at rest 
  • Implement encryption in transit
  • Securely store secrets by using AWS services
  • Review reports or findings

Implement networking features and connectivity

  • Configure a VPC
  • Configure private connectivity
  • Configure AWS network protection services

Troubleshoot network connectivity issues

  • Interpret VPC configurations
  • Collect and interpret logs
  • Identify and remediate CloudFront caching issues  
  • Troubleshoot hybrid and private connectivity issues  

Configure domains, DNS services, and content delivery

  • Configure Route 53 hosted zones and records  
  • Implement Route 53 routing policies
  • Configure DNS (for example, Route 53 Resolver)  
  • Configure Amazon CloudFront and S3 origin access identity
  • Configure S3 static website hosting  

Implement cost optimization strategies

  • Implement cost allocation tags  
  • Identify and remediate underutilized or unused resources by using AWS services and tools
  • Configure AWS Budgets and billing alarms  
  • Assess resource usage patterns to qualify workloads for EC2 Spot Instances  
  • Identify opportunities to use managed services

Implement performance optimization strategies

  • Recommend compute resources based on performance metrics  
  • Monitor Amazon EBS metrics and modify the configuration to increase performance efficiency  
  • Implement S3 performance features
  • Monitor RDS metrics and modify the configuration to increase performance efficiency
  • Enable enhanced EC2 capabilities

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