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The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification is an entry-level credential offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that provides individuals with a foundational understanding of AWS cloud services and basic cloud computing concepts. It is suitable for individuals at the beginning of their cloud journey and those in non-technical roles who want to gain a basic understanding of AWS.

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Aws cloud practitioner syllabus:

Cloud concepts – 26%

Define the aws cloud and its value proposition

– define the benefits of the aws cloud including:

  • Security
  • Reliability
  • High availability
  • Elasticity
  • Agility
  • Pay-as-you go pricing
  • Scalability
  • Global reach
  • Economy of scale

– explain how the aws cloud allows users to focus on business value

Shifting technical resources to revenue-generating activities as opposed to managing infrastructure

Identify aspects of aws cloud economics

– define items that would be part of a total cost of ownership proposal

  • Understand the role of operational expenses (opex)
  • Understand the role of capital expenses (capex)
  • Understand labor costs associated with on-premises operations
  • Understand the impact of software licensing costs when moving to the cloud

– identify which operations will reduce costs by moving to the cloud

  • Right-sized infrastructure
  • Benefits of automation
  • Reduce compliance scope (for example, reporting)

Managed services (for example, rds, ecs, eks, dynamodb)

Explain the different cloud architecture design principles

– explain the design principles

  • Design for failure
  • Decouple components versus monolithic architecture
  • Implement elasticity in the cloud versus on-premises
  • Think parallel

Security and compliance – 25%

Define the aws shared responsibility model

– recognize the elements of the shared responsibility model
– describe the customer’s responsibly on aws

  • Describe how the customer’s responsibilities may shift depending on the service used (for example with rds, lambda, or ec2)

– describe aws responsibilities

Define aws cloud security and compliance concepts

– identify where to find aws compliance information

  • Locations of lists of recognized available compliance controls (for example, hippa, socs)
  • Recognize that compliance requirements vary among aws services

– at a high level, describe how customers achieve compliance on aws

  • Identify different encryption options on aws (for example, in transit, at rest)

– describe who enables encryption on aws for a given service
– recognize there are services that will aid in auditing and reporting

  • Recognize that logs exist for auditing and monitoring (do not have to understand the logs)
  • Define amazon cloudwatch, aws config, and awscloudtrail

– explain the concept of least privileged access

Identify aws access management capabilities

– understand the purpose of user and identity management

  • Access keys and password policies (rotation, complexity)
  • Multi-factor authentication (mfa)
  • Aws identity and access management (iam)
    – groups/users
    – roles
    – policies, managed policies compared to custom policies
  • Tasks that require use of root accounts

Protection of root accounts

Identify resources for security support

– recognize there are different network security capabilities

  • Native aws services (for example, security groups, network acls, awswaf)
  • 3rd party security products from the aws marketplace

– recognize there is documentation and where to find it (for example, best practices, whitepapers, official documents)

  • Aws knowledge center, security center, security forum, and security blogs
  • Partner systems integrators

– know that security checks are a component of aws trusted advisor

Technology – 33%

Define methods of deploying and operating in the aws cloud

– identify at a high level different ways of provisioning and operating in the aws cloud

  • Programmatic access, apis, sdks, aws management console, cli, infrastructure as code

– identify different types of cloud deployment models

  • All in with cloud/cloud native
  • Hybrid
  • On-premises

– identify connectivity options

  • Vpn
  • Aws direct connect

Public internet

Define the aws global infrastructure

– describe the relationships among regions, availability zones, and edge locations
– describe how to achieve high availability through the use of multiple availability zones

  • Recall that high availability is achieved by using multiple availability zones
  • Recognize that availability zones do not share single points of failure

– describe when to consider the use of multiple aws regions

  • Disaster recovery/business continuity
  • Low latency for end-users
  • Data sovereignty

– describe at a high level the benefits of edge locations

  • Amazon cloudfront

Aws global accelerator

Identify the core aws services

– describe the categories of services on aws (compute, storage, network, database)
– identify aws compute services

  • Recognize there are different compute families
  • Recognize the different services that provide compute (for example, aws lambda compared to amazon elastic container service (amazon ecs), or amazon ec2, etc.)
  • Recognize that elasticity is achieved through auto scaling
  • Identify the purpose of load balancers

– identify different aws storage services

  • Describe amazon s3
  • Describe amazon elastic block store (amazon ebs)
  • Describe amazon s3 glacier
  • Describe aws snowball
  • Describe amazon elastic file system (amazon efs)
  • Describe aws storage gateway

– identify aws networking services

  • Identify vpc
  • Identify security groups
  • Identify the purpose of amazon route 53
  • Identify vpn, aws direct connect

– identify different aws database services

  • Install databases on amazon ec2 compared to aws managed databases
  • Identify amazon rds
  • Identify amazon dynamodb
  • Identify amazon redshift

Identify resources for technology support

– recognize there is documentation (best practices, whitepapers, aws knowledge center, forums, blogs)
– identify the various levels and scope of aws support

  • Aws abuse
  • Aws support cases
  • Premium support
  • Technical account managers

– recognize there is a partner network (marketplace, third-party) including independent software vendors and system integrators
– identify sources of aws technical assistance and knowledge including professional services, solution architects, training and certification, and the amazon partner network
– identify the benefits of using aws trusted advisor

Billing and pricing – 16%

Compare and contrast the various pricing models for aws (for example, on-demand instances, reserved instances, and spot instance pricing)

– identify scenarios/best fit for on-demand instance pricing

– identify scenarios/best fit for reserved-instance pricing

  • Describe reserved-instances flexibility
  • Describe reserved-instances behavior in aws organizations

– identify scenarios/best fit for spot instance pricing

Recognize the various account structures in relation to aws billing and pricing

– recognize that consolidated billing is a feature of aws organizations
– identify how multiple accounts aid in allocating costs across departments

Identify resources available for billing support

– identify ways to get billing support and information

  • Cost explorer, aws cost and usage report, amazon quicksight, third-party partners, and aws marketplace tools
  • Open a billing support case
  • The role of the concierge for aws enterprise support plan customers

– identify where to find pricing information on aws services

  • Aws simple monthly calculator
  • Aws services product pages
  • Aws pricing api

– recognize that alarms/alerts exist
– identify how tags are used in cost allocation


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