This is a 30 Hours AWS Solution Architect Program organized by Prozenics with 1 hour of session everyday AWS Solution Architect Training Content.

By the end of the Class, Candidates will have gained knowledge and minimal working experience on the following:

Domain 1:

Design Resilient Architectures o Choose reliable/resilient storage.
Determine how to design decoupling mechanisms using AWS services.
Determine how to design a multi-tier architecture solution.
Determine how to design high availability and/or fault tolerant architectures.

Domain 2:

Define Performant Architectures
Choose performant storage and databases.
Apply caching to improve performance.
Design solutions for elasticity and scalability.

Domain 3:

Specify Secure Applications and Architectures
Determine how to secure application tiers.
Determine how to secure data.
Define the networking infrastructure for a single VPC application.

Domain 4:

Design Cost-Optimized Architectures
Determine how to design cost-optimized storage.
Determine how to design cost-optimized compute.

Domain 5:

Define Operationally-Excellent Architectures
Choose design features in solutions that enable operational excellence.

By the end of the Class, Candidates will have knowledge on the following;
 Designing available, cost-efficient, fault-tolerant, and scalable distributed systems on AWS
 Hands-on experience using compute, networking, storage, and database AWS services
 Hands-on experience with AWS deployment and management services
 Ability to identify and define technical requirements for an AWS-based application
 Ability to identify which AWS services meet a given technical requirement
 Knowledge of recommended best practices for building secure and reliable applications on the AWS platform
 An understanding of the basic architectural principles of building on the AWS cloud
 An understanding of the AWS global infrastructure
 An understanding of network technologies as they relate to AWS
 An understanding of security features and tools that AWS provides and how they relate to traditional services