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AWS Certified Solutions Architect: Architecting for AWS

Amazon Web Services Certification

Course Duration: 06:51:46
Understanding AWS Certification and How to Get the Most from this Series
Welcome to the AWS Certified Solution Architect: Architecture series! In this opening Nugget, Jeremy discusses the difference between the AWS Foundation and Architecture Series and the pre-requisites to get started. This Nugget wraps up by discussing the best learning techniques you can use to maximize your retention (this is super valuable).
AWS Design: Why use AWS and Global Best Practices
Managing computing resources in the AWS Cloud is a very new skill set in the IT industry. Sometimes it's hard to know where your design should begin. In this Nugget, Jeremy gets you started by unpacking "Global Design Principles." These break down to five reasons you should use the AWS Cloud along with six best-practice principles.
AWS Elasticity: Principles of Elasticity
No, we're not going to talk about socks or gym shorts. This is all about Elastic Computing, the heart of the AWS cloud! This Nugget cleanly defines Elastic Computing and provides four key principles to follow when designing elasticity into your cloud applications.
AWS Elasticity: Understanding and Using Bootstrapping
It's a funny name for a critical concept! Bootstrapping involves automating your individual instances to configure themselves correctly on boot. This Nugget explores the concept and the critical tools (such as cloud-init, ec2config, chef, puppet, etc...) to make it possible.
AWS Elasticity: Understanding and Implementing CloudFormation
A 1,000 servers at the click of a button? Sure! That's what CloudFormation does! In this Nugget, Jeremy breaks down CloudFormation topics (including CloudFormer) and moves into understanding Java Script Object Notation (JSON), which is useful not only for CloudFormation but ALL areas of AWS!
AWS Elasticity: Components of Auto Scaling
AWS Auto Scaling represents the true heart of Elastic Computing: the ability to add and remove resources as needed. This also is one of the features of AWS that supports ONLY command-line configuration. In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the strategies for setting up your PC for command-line AWS interaction, and then dives into the specific components and configuration of AWS Auto Scaling.
AWS Storage: Elastic Block Store (EBS)
Get ready for a PACKED informational session on Elastic Block Store (EBS)! In this Nugget, you'll learn about EBS facts (size and access limitations, durability, replication), S3 Snapshot considerations, average speed, and IOPS optimization. Who knew there was so much to the Elastic Block Store (EBS) volume?!?
AWS Storage: S3 and CloudFront
If we could write S3 any bigger in this description, we would because that's what 95% of this Nugget covers. Prepare yourself for an S3 overload as Jeremy walks through the properties of S3, S3 permissions mechanisms, and website hosting (think fuzzy bunny). This Nugget wraps up with the concepts and benefits of CloudFront integration.
AWS Security: Understanding Shared Security
AWS has ninja-like security measures for their data centers. Does that mean your data is automatically safe by putting it there? Absolutely not! In this Nugget, Jeremy breaks down the idea of Shared Security and what that means to your AWS-hosted instances.
AWS Security: Using the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
You'll want to get your comfortable chair ready for this KING SIZE Nugget on Amazon VPC! This Nugget breaks down the definition and elements of VPC, and throws in some fantastic demonstrations as well.
AWS Security: Working with IAM
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is the KEY (pun absolutely intended) to your AWS security measure. In this Nugget, Jeremy walks you through the base concepts and configuration of IAM, and even does a video demonstration of Multifactor Authentication (MFA)! Jeremy, however, is much smaller than we thought he was.
AWS Security: IAM Best Practices
Building upon the "Working with IAM" Nugget, IAM Best Practices discusses the role of IAM in hosting user databases, IAM best practices, and IAM JSON authorization policies.
AWS Database: Database Tips
Nearly every major application relies on some type of database to store information. If the database performs poorly, the application as a whole suffers. In this Nugget, Jeremy reviews database foundations (RDB, NoSQL, Managed database) and then gives you tips and considerations to get the most performance out of your AWS-hosted database service.
AWS Cost: Optimizing AWS Expenses
AWS uses a very different cost model than most other IT technologies; rather than massive up-front costs, we use a pay-as-you-go design. However, if you aren’t careful, the “nickels and dimes” being charged add up to a monumental monthly expense. This Nugget focuses on the best practices to control those costs, which translates to DIRECT savings for your organization.
AWS Availability: Designing High Availability in AWS
The original title of this Nugget was “Designing High Availability and Disaster Recovery in AWS.” However, the paradigm-shifting architecture of AWS moves so far away from system outages, Disaster Recovery becomes an appendix to your design rather than the main chapter. In this Nugget, Jeremy discusses how the game-changing methods of AWS HA focuses more on designing a system for 100% uptime rather than what to do when the system goes down.
AWS Migration: Creating a Cloud Migration Strategy
So you’re “sold” on AWS . . . what now? It’s time to get those applications moved over! However, depending on the size of those applications, this could be a monumental undertaking! This Nugget wraps up the series by outlining a “Cloud Migration Strategy” to move your applications into AWS in such a way that provides the biggest potential for success!

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This Amazon Web Services video training series with Jeremy Cioara covers the second half of training for the AWS CSA certification, Associate Level.

Recommended skills:
Recommended equipment:
  • None, but an AWS account is HIGHLY recommended

Related certifications:
  • AWS Certified Solutions Architect

Related job functions:
  • AWS solution design
  • AWS implementation
  • IT management

The AWS Certified Solutions Architect: Architecture series is a "sequel" to the AWS Certified Solution Architect: Foundations series. It picks up assuming students are well versed in AWS technologies and assembles a series of “best practices” that, when put together, allow you to deploy a highly-available, cost-effective, automatically-scaling AWS solution that goes so far beyond “getting the job done,” your organization will wonder how they ever survived without AWS. This paradigm-shifting series will leave you floating on AWS Cloud Nine.

Understanding AWS Certification and How to Get the Most from this Series

00:00:00 - Welcome to the AWS Certified Solutions Architect
00:00:03 - Architecture Series, which is a wonderfully redundantly
00:00:07 - redundant title, but for good reason.
00:00:10 - This portion of the series-- this is part two of the AWS
00:00:13 - Certified Solutions Architect--
00:00:15 - focuses on the architecture or design of a world class
00:00:19 - enterprise scale, highly available, amazing--
00:00:22 - I can't think of any more synonyms--
00:00:24 - AWS solution.
00:00:25 - My goal for this introduction is simple.
00:00:28 - I really want to give you a bearing on the roadmap, as in
00:00:31 - here you are here, and here's we're going, and here's how
00:00:34 - we're going to get there.
00:00:35 - And then here's how you can get the most from your journey
00:00:38 - along the way.
00:00:40 - The reason I can confidently say this introduction will be
00:00:42 - short is because it's the same slide set as what I used for
00:00:46 - the foundation series.
00:00:47 - So I don't need to talk about what the cloud is, how did the
00:00:50 - Amazon get into the cloud, the history and all that.
00:00:52 - But what I do want to do is take a moment to give you your
00:00:55 - bearings as to where you're at in the AWS
00:00:57 - Certification Series.
00:00:59 - This is the sequel.
00:01:01 - You right now are in architecting for AWS.
00:01:03 - So chances are very good that you've already gone through
00:01:06 - the foundation series.
00:01:07 - Now woah, hang on, hang on.
00:01:08 - Before you hit the close button, be like, OK, I got to
00:01:11 - go back and take foundation, let me talk about why might
00:01:14 - you be able to skip this.
00:01:16 - Why might you be able to jump straight here?
00:01:17 - I would say if you have a significant background in
00:01:20 - working with AWS, you may not need the foundation series.
00:01:23 - What do I mean by that?
00:01:24 - I mean you can confidently look at things and go, OK, I
00:01:26 - know what an EC2 instance is, I know what an EBS volume is.
00:01:29 - I know how to take an EBS volume and
00:01:31 - snapshot it into S3.
00:01:33 - I know what S3 is.
00:01:33 - I know what a bucket is.
00:01:34 - I know how to host a website out of a bucket in S3.
00:01:36 - I know how to assign permissions to the people
00:01:39 - accessing that website in S3.
00:01:40 - You know what I mean, right?
00:01:43 - Let me just dive into everything.
00:01:45 - You can confidently look at all of the service offerings,
00:01:48 - or I can even say most of the service offerings at AWS and
00:01:51 - say, I know what that is.
00:01:52 - Maybe I haven't used it yet, but I know what it is.
00:01:55 - I know what it's capable of.
00:01:57 - You may be a candidate to skip the foundation series.
00:02:00 - All right?
00:02:00 - Good.
00:02:00 - OK.
00:02:01 - So architecting, where this is going to begin is assuming
00:02:05 - that you have the foundations.
00:02:06 - You know what the services are.
00:02:08 - You're familiar with the AWS Management interface.
00:02:10 - And we can just start diving straight into the best
00:02:13 - practices, the theme of this series.
00:02:15 - How do you put these pieces together in the
00:02:16 - best possible way?
00:02:18 - Prerequisites for it.
00:02:20 - Now like I said, I pulled this slide straight from the
00:02:22 - foundation series.
00:02:23 - To get started in the foundations,
00:02:24 - you need an IT mindset.
00:02:26 - And I will again put a resounding gong on that--
00:02:29 - I don't know why a gong would symbolize it, but
00:02:32 - we'll go with it--
00:02:33 - a resounding, repeated yes on this.
00:02:35 - Because there's so many pieces in AWS that assumes, OK, you
00:02:39 - know what a hard drive is, right?
00:02:41 - You've been there.
00:02:42 - You've seen a server.
00:02:42 - You know some of the advantages of having your own
00:02:44 - server and all those kinds of things.
00:02:46 - So an IT mindset is essential.
00:02:48 - But in addition, I will say the knowledge from the
00:02:51 - foundations course is necessary to dive into
00:02:55 - architecting for AWS.
00:02:57 - You have that foundation laid.
00:03:00 - I also wanted to bring this slide up from the AWS
00:03:02 - foundation series again.
00:03:03 - Because my recommendations have changed for this series.
00:03:07 - In the foundation series, my keyword was tinker.
00:03:10 - Go in there, get an AWS account, throw your credit
00:03:12 - card in, get a free service tier for a year,
00:03:15 - and just play around.
00:03:16 - Create some DNS records.
00:03:17 - Spin up an EC2 instance.
00:03:19 - Create an EBS volume.
00:03:20 - Just toy around and see what happens with the tools that
00:03:24 - you have so you can get exposed to the tools.
00:03:26 - And now I would say, by the time you're in AW
00:03:28 - architecture, the tinkering is over.
00:03:30 - Let's now envision a project for this series.
00:03:35 - I want you to think about why are you here?
00:03:37 - Obviously, your company is either using AWS or is
00:03:40 - considering AWS.
00:03:42 - Or you just want to know more about AWS because you know
00:03:45 - it's a marketable skill set that might get you a job.
00:03:47 - Regardless of where you are, I need you to think of a project
00:03:51 - right now that you would like to move into AWS and begin
00:03:55 - envisioning that throughout this series.
00:03:57 - Maybe it's something that your company is hosting in their
00:03:59 - own data center or out of their local corporate offices
00:04:03 - that you're saying, this would be better placed in AWS.
00:04:06 - Maybe your company is not even doing this.
00:04:07 - Maybe you just think of something
00:04:09 - personal that you have.
00:04:09 - For instance, I have a blog.
00:04:11 - I loosely say that.
00:04:12 - It's there.
00:04:13 - I think it's been about a year since I last posted on it.
00:04:16 - But it's there, a little Wordpress blog that I run out
00:04:18 - of Bluehost.
00:04:20 - If I had nothing better, I would say, OK, I'm going to
00:04:22 - move that blog into AWS, and I'm going to engineer that
00:04:25 - thing in the most amazing way.
00:04:26 - I want my blog to auto scale, so when I get the masses of
00:04:30 - visitors coming to it because I posted that I ate green
00:04:32 - beans for dinner last night and everybody wanted to know
00:04:34 - that, I'm going to be able to auto scale and implement
00:04:37 - multiple EC2 instances.
00:04:38 - And then in the evening when nobody's looking at my blog, I
00:04:41 - can shut those EC2 instances down.
00:04:43 - I'm going to have redundant DNS.
00:04:45 - The reason I'm saying this is because this is a series of
00:04:50 - best practices.
00:04:51 - And if you don't have something in mind
00:04:53 - specifically, it's going to be like good advice.
00:04:56 - Like your parents when you grow up and they're like, son,
00:04:58 - you should always look both ways before crossing the--
00:05:01 - OK.
00:05:02 - Thanks, mom.
00:05:02 - Thanks, mom.
00:05:03 - How many things did your parents tell you that you're
00:05:05 - like, OK, that was good advice, and I have no
00:05:07 - recollection of that whatsoever, because it didn't
00:05:10 - apply to something--
00:05:11 - I'm sure it did, but whatever.
00:05:14 - It didn't apply to something practically at hand.
00:05:16 - So by creating a project for yourself--
00:05:18 - And actually, hand, I just thought of something.
00:05:20 - At the very end of this series, the last Nugget, at
00:05:23 - least as it stands right now, there is a Nugget called
00:05:26 - Migrating Your Applications to the Cloud.
00:05:29 - I want you to look at that one first.
00:05:33 - I know.
00:05:33 - I even feel wrong recommending it.
00:05:35 - You can't read the end of the book before the beginning.
00:05:37 - No, seriously.
00:05:37 - Look at that.
00:05:38 - Because that Nugget is geared around how do you do this.
00:05:43 - OK.
00:05:43 - I've got this big old whatever at my company.
00:05:47 - Do I just forklift this thing up to the
00:05:49 - cloud and make it happen?
00:05:50 - How do I do that?
00:05:51 - That Nugget actually goes through here's how you break
00:05:54 - it down into its different components, line it up to the
00:05:57 - pieces of AWS that will be able to make that application
00:06:01 - work in the best possible way.
00:06:03 - By starting there, by starting with that Nugget, it's like us
00:06:07 - Stephen Covey, Seven Habits, begin with the end in mind.
00:06:10 - Know where you're going, so that then, as you go through
00:06:13 - the rest of the series and you see these best practices,
00:06:16 - you're like, sweet.
00:06:17 - I can do this, this, and this, and that'll help this
00:06:19 - component of my application even more.
00:06:22 - That way, you're already applying the things, the
00:06:25 - advice, if you will, that you get throughout this series,
00:06:28 - into a practical project, which just makes it
00:06:31 - so much more real.
00:06:33 - So have a yellow pad or blank paper.
00:06:35 - I always have a little pile of paper sitting by my desk where
00:06:38 - I can just draw and think.
00:06:40 - Humans are tactile creatures.
00:06:42 - It does not help if you are--
00:06:45 - It does not help most people if you have a little Microsoft
00:06:48 - Word document and you're just typing things as you go, or,
00:06:51 - worse yet, that you're just in TiVo mode
00:06:53 - listening or watching.
00:06:54 - Sure, you can glean some.
00:06:56 - But be a tactile creature that you are created to be.
00:06:59 - Have that piece of paper, have a pen, and as interesting
00:07:02 - things happen-- it doesn't even matter if it
00:07:05 - makes sense or not--
00:07:06 - put a little bullet, write it down, draw a diagram, say, OK,
00:07:09 - if I've got my server here and a redundant incident--
00:07:11 - Be drawing some of the things that I'm talking about.
00:07:14 - Seriously, the more senses that you can engage as you go
00:07:17 - through this, the less TV-like it is, the better your
00:07:22 - attention, and the more successful you're going to be
00:07:24 - at the end of the day.
00:07:26 - That is it.
00:07:27 - I just wanted to give you a quick kick-start into the
00:07:29 - series and give you this project mindset to help you
00:07:33 - gain the biggest benefit that you can from this series.
00:07:36 - This series, it's a blast.
00:07:39 - This is always my favorite Nugget to record from the
00:07:41 - series, because it's all done.
00:07:42 - And this is the last one I do.
00:07:44 - I can confidently say this has been an amazingly enjoyable
00:07:48 - series to put together, and I know that you're going to gain
00:07:50 - a ton from it.
00:07:51 - Well, I hope this has been informative for you, and I'd
00:07:53 - like to thank you for viewing.

AWS Design: Why use AWS and Global Best Practices

AWS Elasticity: Principles of Elasticity

AWS Elasticity: Understanding and Using Bootstrapping

AWS Elasticity: Understanding and Implementing CloudFormation

AWS Elasticity: Components of Auto Scaling

AWS Storage: Elastic Block Store (EBS)

AWS Storage: S3 and CloudFront

AWS Security: Understanding Shared Security

AWS Security: Using the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

AWS Security: Working with IAM

AWS Security: IAM Best Practices

AWS Database: Database Tips

AWS Cost: Optimizing AWS Expenses

AWS Availability: Designing High Availability in AWS

AWS Migration: Creating a Cloud Migration Strategy

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Jeremy Cioara

Jeremy Cioara

CBT Nuggets Trainer

Cisco CCNA, CCDA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCNP, CCSP, CCVP, CCDP, CCIE R&S; Amazon Web Services CSA; Microsoft MCP, MCSE, Novell CNA, CNE; CompTIA A+, Network+, iNet+

Area of Expertise:
Cisco network administration and development. Author or coauthor of numerous books, including: CCNA Voice 640-461 Official Cert Guide; CCNA Voice Official Exam Certification Guide (640-460 IIUC); CCENT Exam Prep (Exam 640-822); CCNA Exam Cram (Exam 640-802) 3rd Edition; and CCNA Voice 640-461 Official Cert Guide.

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