AWS Developer Associate Certification Training Course

Gain proficiency in the concepts of AWS cloud computing through this AWS Developer Associate Certification Training Program curriculum specially curated by industry experts. Master your skills in AWS and become proficient in developing and deploying robust cloud applications. Furthermore, through our AWS training sessions by expert professionals at Hatigen, you’ll gain in-depth knowledge of AWS cloud computing concepts through our practical training approach.

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AWS Developer Associate Course Online – Overview

AWS Developer Associate Training Course Online is specially designed with the core concepts so that learners can gain in-depth knowledge of the subject. Furthermore, our expert mentors at Hatigen will train you right from the foundational concepts so even a beginner can join this AWS Course online and get into the cloud computing domain. However, in this AWS Certification Course, you will learn all the AWS Technical Essentials such as how to design scalable applications, develop, test, and application security, etc. Also, you will get into the detail about AWS components such as Elastic Beanstalk, S3, CloudFormation, and DynamoDB.

AWS Developer Associate Course Online – Key Features

  • Trusted content
  • Re-learn for free anytime in a year
  • Rigorous assignments and assessments
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Mandatory feedback sessions
  • Mock-interviews
  • Hands-on real-time experience
  • Free mentorship
  • Live chat for instant solutions
  • Job-ready employees post-training
  • End-to-end training
  • Download the certificate after the course

AWS Developer Associate Course Online – Benefits

Recent research showed that the AWS global market is likely to rise with a CAGR of 11.8% in the period 2022-2031. However, with this expected growth, AWS cloud computing technology will be in huge demand offering increased job opportunities.

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Annual Salary
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AWS/Cloud Developer

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AWS Developer Associate Course Online – Training Options

Self-Paced Learning

£ 1200.00

  • 1-year access to the Blockchain course content
  • 1 capstone project
  • Multiple assessments
  • Continuous feedback sessions
  • Access to the class recordings
  • Assistance and support
  • Download certification
  • Free mentorship

Online Boot Camp

£ 1000.00

  • Everything in Self-paced learning +
  • On-spot doubt clarification
  • Interactive training sessions
  • Sessions on the capstone project
  • Live, online classroom training
  • Mock-interviews

Corporate Training

Customized to your team's needs

  • 1-year access to the Blockchain course content
  • 1 capstone project
  • Multiple assessments
  • Continuous feedback sessions
  • Class recordings
  • Assistance and support
  • Certification after the course

AWS Developer Associate Course Online – Curriculum

Eligibility

Professionals who have at least one year of experience in AWS coding solutions for Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Notification Service, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon Simple Workflow Service, Amazon Simple Queue Service, AWS CloudFormation, and AWS Elastic Beanstalk are the best fit for this AWS Developer Associate Certification Training Course Online.

Pre-requisites

Before you join this AWS Developer Certification Course Online, it is essential to have the foundational knowledge of AWS or hands-on professional experience dealing with AWS services. Furthermore, you should be familiar with the messaging and queuing services and also, develop a basic understanding of non-relational and relational databases. In addition, familiarity with the development of API interfaces is necessary.

Course Content

  • Lesson 01: Introduction
  • 1.01 Welcome to the course
  • 1.02 Overview of AWS Services
  • 1.02 Overview of the course
  • 1.01 Overview of the CDA Exams
  • 1.03 Setting up free tier AWS account
  • 1.04 Getting Familiar with AWS Console
  • 1.01 Introduction to IAM
  • 1.02 Getting started with IAM
  • 1.03 IAM Users, and Groups
  • 1.04 IAM Policies
  • 1.05 IAM Roles
  • 1.06 IAM Best Practices
  • 1.07 Summary, and Exam Tips
  • 2.01 Introduction
  • 2.02 Fundamentals of S3
  • 2.03 Object storage vs Block storage
  • 2.04 Getting started with S3
  • 2.05 Versioning
  • 2.06 Encryption
  • 2.07 Tags, Transfer Acceleration, and Multipart Upload
  • 2.08 Events
  • 2.09 Permissions Bucket Policy, and ACL
  • 2.10 Object Lifecycle Management
  • 2.11 Cross Region Replication
  • 2.12 Storage Classes
  • 2.13 Static Website Hosting
  • 2.14 Analytics Metrics, And Inventory
  • 2.15 Server Access Logging, And Object Level Logging
  • 2.16 Select From
  • 2.17 Summary
  • 3.01 Introduction
  • 3.02 Creating an EC2: Part One
  • 3.03 Creating an EC2: Part Two
  • 3.04 Creating an EC2: Part Three
  • 3.05 Managing the EC2 Instance
  • 3.06 AMI - Image, and Bundle Task
  • 3.07 EBS Volume Snapshots
  • 3.08 Instance, Store, and Placement Groups
  • 3.09 Summary
  • 4.01 Introduction
  • 4.02 Application Load Balancing Demo
  • 4.03 Network Load Balancing Demo
  • 4.04 Autoscaling Launch Configuration, and Autoscaling Group
  • 4.05 Autoscaling: Demo
  • 4.06 Autoscaling Scheduled Scaling: Demo
  • 4.07 Autoscaling Lifecycle of EC2 Instance, and Lifecycle Hooks
  • 4.08 Autoscaling EC2 Instance Termination Logic
  • 5.01 Introduction
  • 5.02 Setting up the VPC Demo
  • 5.03 VPC Wizard
  • 5.04 NAT Instance Vs NAT Gateway
  • 5.05 VPC Peering, and VPC Endpoints
  • 5.06 VPC Flow Logs
  • 5.07 Direct Connect
  • 6.01 Redshift
  • 6.02 DynamoDB SQL vs NoSQL
  • 6.03 DynamoDB Tables, Item Attributes, and Indexes
  • 6.04 DynamoDB, Global Secondary Index, vs Local Secondary Index
  • 6.05 DynamoDB Read Consistency, and Throughput Capacity
  • 6.06 DynamoDB Autoscaling
  • 6.07 DynamoDB Encryption
  • 6.08 DynamoDB Query vs Scan
  • 6.09 DynamoDB Streams
  • 6.10 DynamoDB Accelerator
  • 7.01 Basics
  • 7.02 Registering a Domain
  • 7.03 Simple Routing Policy: Demo
  • 7.04 Weighted Routing Policy: Demo
  • 7.05 Latency Routing Policy: Demo
  • 7.06 Geographical Routing Policy: Demo
  • 7.07 Failover Routing Policy: Demo
  • 7.08 Multivalue Answer Routing Policy: Demo
  • 1.01 AWS CLI Installation, and Configuration
  • 1.02 AWS SDK Introduction
  • 1.03 S3 CLI
  • 1.04 EC2, and EBS CLI
  • Lesson 01: Serverless
  • 1.01 AWS Lambda in Details
  • 1.02 AWS Lambda Advanced
  • 1.03 AWS Athena
  • 1.04 AWS API Gateway: Part One
  • 1.05 AWS API Gateway: Part Two
  • 1.06 AWS API Gateway: Part Three
  • Lesson 01: Elastic Beanstalk
  • 1.01 Elastic Beanstalk in Details
  • 1.02 AWS Developer Tools Overview
  • 1.03 Code Commit
  • 1.04 Code Build
  • 1.05 Code Deploy
  • 1.06 Code Deploy: Lab
  • 1.07 Code Pipeline
  • 1.08 Code Pipeline: Lab
  • 1.09 AWS Cloud9
  • 1.01 AWS Lambda in Details
  • 1.02 AWS Lambda Advanced
  • 1.03 AWS Athena
  • 1.04 AWS API Gateway: Part One
  • 1.05 AWS API Gateway: Part Two
  • 1.06 AWS API Gateway: Part Three
  • 1.01 Elastic Beanstalk in Details
  • 1.02 AWS Developer Tools Overview
  • 1.03 Code Commit
  • 1.04 Code Build
  • 1.05 Code Deploy
  • 1.06 Code Deploy: Lab
  • 1.07 Code Pipeline
  • 1.08 Code Pipeline: Lab
  • 1.09 AWS Cloud9
  • 1.01 KMS in Details
  • 1.02 Cognito: Part One
  • 1.03 Cognito: Part Two
  • 1.01 Basic Understanding of Docker
  • 1.02 ECS Cluster
  • 1.03 EC2 Task Definition
  • 1.04 ECS Services
  • 1.05 ECS Load Balancer
  • 1.06 ECS Auto Scaling
  • 1.07 ECS Task Placement Strategy, and Constraints
  • 1.08 ECR
  • 1.09 Fargate
  • 1.01 Overview
  • 1.02 Dashboards, and Alarms
  • 1.03 ELB Monitoring
  • 1.04 EBS Monitoring
  • 1.05 EC2 Custom Metrics Monitoring
  • 1.06 Kinesis
  • 1.07 Trusted Advisor
  • 1.08 CloudFront
  • 1.09 CloudFront: Lab
  • 1.10 CloudTrail
  • 1.11 Understanding X-Ray
  • 1.12 X-Ray: Lab
  • 1.13 X-Ray Jargonns
  • 1.14 Elasticache
  • 1.15 CloudFormation
  • 1.16 SQS, SNS, and SWF
  • 2.1 Section Introduction
  • 2.2 Introduction to AWS
  • 2.3 Core AWS Services
  • 2.4 Accessing AWS Services
  • 2.5 Assisted Practice: Set up the AWS Command Line Interface
  • 2.6 AWS SDKs
  • 2.7 Assisted Practice: Set Up AWS SDK
  • Create S3 Bucket via Console and AWS CLI
  • 3.1 Section Introductionv
  • 3.2 Amazon Elastic Cloud Computing
  • 3.3 Amazon Machine Image
  • 3.4 Amazon EC2 instance IP addressing
  • 3.5 EC2 Instance Metadata
  • 3.6 Assisted Practice: Create a Linux Based EC2 Instance
  • 3.7 Assisted Practice: Create a Windows Based EC2 Instance
  • 3.8 Assisted Practice: Launch an EC2 Linux Instance and install a webserver using user data
  • 3.9 Assisted Practice: EC2 instance Connect
  • 3.10 Assisted Practice: Create Custom AMI
  • 3.11 Assisted Practice: Launch an Instance Using a Custom AMI
  • 3.12 Introduction to Amazon EBS
  • 3.13 EBS Snapshot
  • 3.14 Assisted Practice: Create and Attach an EBS Volume to a Linux Instance
  • 3.15 Assisted Practice: Create a Snapshot of an Existing EBS Instance
  • 3.16 Elastic File System
  • 3.17 Difference between EFS and EBS
  • 3.18 Auto Scaling
  • 3.19 Amazon Elastic Load Balancer
  • 3.20 Types of Amazon Load Balancers
  • 3.21 Assisted Practice: Set Up an Autoscaled Environment
  • Host your Website Inside your EC2 Instance
  • 4.1 Section Introduction
  • 4.2 Introduction to Amazon S3
  • 4.3 Assisted Practice: Creating an S3 bucket
  • 4.4 Version Control in Amazon S3
  • 4.5 Assisted Practice: Configure an S3 Bucket for versioning
  • 4.6 Static Web Hosting
  • 4.7 Amazon S3 Policies
  • 4.8 Assisted Practice: Configure an S3 Bucket for Static Website Hosting
  • 4.9 Amazon S3 Storage Classes
  • 4.10 Amazon S3 pricing tiers
  • 4.11 S3 Select and S3 Glacier Select
  • 4.12 Sharing an S3 bucket between multiple accounts
  • 4.13 Backup and DataSync
  • 4.14 Amazon CloudFront
  • 4.15 Assisted Practice: Configure a new CloudFront distribution with an S3 bucket
  • Hosting a Static Website on Amazon S3
  • 5.1 Section Introduction
  • 5.2 Introduction to Databases
  • 5.3 Amazon RDS
  • 5.4 Assisted Practice: Create an RDS Database Instance
  • 5.5 Amazon DynamoDB
  • 5.6 Assisted Practice: Create a Table Using the DynamoDB Console
  • 5.7 DynamoDB concepts
  • 5.8 Amazon ElastiCache
  • Storing Application Data in MySQL DB using Amazon RDS
  • 6.1 Section Introduction
  • 6.2 Introduction to Amazon VPC
  • 6.3 Assisted Practice: Create a Custom VPC
  • 6.4 Amazon VPC Components
  • 6.5 IP Addresses
  • 6.6 Elastic Network Interface
  • 6.7 VPCs and Subnets
  • 6.8 Internet Gateways
  • 6.9 Network Address Translation (NAT) Gateway
  • 6.10 Controlling Traffic in Amazon VPC
  • 6.11 VPC Peering
  • 6.12 Assisted Practice: Create and Accept a VPC Peering Connection
  • 6.13 Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connections
  • 6.14 Assisted Practice: Demonstrate a VPN connection
  • Connect to an application hosted in different account VPC through.....
  • 7.1 Section Introduction
  • 7.2 Domain Name System (DNS)
  • 7.3 Introduction to Amazon Route53
  • 7.4 Amazon Route53 Concepts and Terminologies
  • 7.5 Amazon Route53 Policies
  • 7.6 Assisted Practice: Register a New Domain name
  • 7.7 Assisted Practice: Create a Public Hosted Zone
  • 7.8 Route53 Best Practices
  • 7.9 Amazon Route53 Costs
  • 7.10 Limitations of Amazon Route53
  • Register New Domain, Create Public Hosted Zone and a Record Set
  • 8.1 Section Introduction
  • 8.2 Introduction to Identity and Access Management
  • 8.3 Terminologies in AWS IAM
  • 8.4 IAM Users
  • 8.5 Assisted Practice: Create an IAM user
  • 8.6 IAM Groups
  • 8.7 Assisted Practice: Creating and Adding IAM user to an IAM group
  • 8.8 IAM Roles
  • 8.9 Assisted Practice: Creating an IAM role for an IAM user
  • 8.10 IAM Policies
  • 8.11 Assigning role to AWS Services
  • 8.12 Assisted Practice: Use IAM roles with EC2
  • 8.13 AWS Cognito
  • 8.14 AWS Single Sing-On
  • 8.15 Assisted Practice: Enable AWS Single Sign-On for a user
  • 8.16 AWS Multi Factor Authentication
  • 8.17 Assisted Practice: AWS Multi Factor Authentication
  • 8.18 AWS Key Management Service
  • Security Using IAM
  • 9.1 Section Introduction
  • 9.2 Introduction to Amazon Application Services
  • 9.3 Amazon Simple Queue Service
  • 9.4 Assisted Practice: Demonstrate SQS
  • 9.5 Amazon SNS
  • 9.6 Assisted Practice: Demonstrate SNS
  • 9.7 Amazon SNS vs. Amazon SQS
  • 9.8 Amazon API Gateway
  • 9.9 Amazon Kinesis
  • 9.10 Event Processing
  • 9.11 Introduction to AWS Serverless Services
  • 9.12 Assisted Practice: Create a Serverless Webpage
  • 9.13 Lambda concepts
  • 9.14 Elastic Container Service
  • Send Email Notification using SNS
  • 10.1 Section Introduction
  • 10.2 Types of monitoring services in AWS
  • 10.3 Introduction to CloudWatch
  • 10.4 Assisted Practice: Creating Cloud Watch Alarms
  • 10.5 AWS Billing Metrics
  • 10.6 Introduction to AWS CloudTrail
  • 10.7 Cloudwatch vs CloudTrail
  • 10.8 AWS Monitoring Best Practices
  • Audit IAM User Access Via CloudTrail Service
  • 11.1 Section Introduction
  • 11.2 Introduction to CI/CD
  • 11.3 Assisted Practice: Develop sample java program and access AWS resources
  • 11.4 Assisted Practice: CodeCommit
  • 11.5 CodeDeploy
  • 11.6 Assisted Practice: CodeDeploy
  • 11.7 Docker and CodeBuild
  • 11.8 Assisted Practice: Docker and CodeBuild
  • 11.9 Introduction to CLoudFormation
  • 11.10 Assisted Practice: CloudFormation
  • 11.11 Deploying using ElasticBeanstalk
  • Deploy AWS Resources Using CloudFormation Stack

AWS Developer Associate Online Course – FAQs

All the qualified trainers at Hatigen are highly skilled and experienced in their specific domains and they are selected through the professional screening process. With the deep technical evaluation and demos of their training, they are selected as Hatigen trainers. Also, trainers who have positive feedback from the alumni and high ratings for training sessions are continued to train you.

Professionals who want to boost their skills or make a career switch to AWS cloud computing can join this AWS Developer Associate Certification Training Course. It is better to keep self-study as an option and join this AWS training program as it helps you to gain guidance from the industry experts who have already cleared the AWS certification exam. Therefore, you can prepare for this AWS certification exam in a better way and become confident about facing the exam.

The AWS Developer Associate Course duration at Hatigen is of one month. Consistent learning, immediate doubts clarification, and practical implementation of the concepts will make you learn this course easily. However, the time you take to prepare for the exam depends on your grasping level and how fast you can acquire the subject knowledge.

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