Amazon Web Services - (AWS) Certification is fast becoming the must have certificate for any IT professional working with AWS. This course is designed to help you pass the AWS Certified Developer Associate (CDA) 2017 Exam. Even if you have never logged in to the AWS platform before, by the end of our AWS training videos you will be able to take the CDA exam. No specific programming knowledge is needed (though knowing a language would be advantageous) and no prior AWS experience required. With AWS certification under your belt (and optionally after completing our AWS Certified Solutions Architect course - also available on Udemy), you will be in high demand by many employers and will command a superior salary.
Please note, this is not a course to teach you how to code, this course is specifically designed on helping you to pass the AWS Certified Developer exam. All required code to do the exercises in this course is provided when you join the course (via Github).
AWS are constantly evolving their platform, in 2016 there have been over 1000 new product releases. As 2017 progresses we will continuously update this course with new content so you will never have to worry about missing out or failing the AWS certification test because of new content.
Most lectures are 5 - 15 minutes long, with almost no lecture being over 20 minutes in length. I am an AWS Certified Solutions Architect and Certified Developer, living in London with over 17 years experience in IT. I have experience in developing in PHP, Python and Xcode. This course is cheaper than most other courses because I am not doing this as a full time job, rather because I love teaching cloud. So join me in becoming A Cloud Guru today and get your AWS Certified Developer Associate 2017 qualification by completing our AWS online course today!
This lecture is an overall introduction the AWS Developer - Associate course.
Information for students who have completed the Solutions Architect course.
This course will not teach you how to code. It will teach you how to pass the exam however!
In this lecture we explore the AWS Developer Exam Blue Print and ultimately what will be in your exam.
In this lecture we'll teach you how to configure Identity Access Management for your AWS account.
In this lecture we'll talk about how to use IAM to federate with Active Directory, an important exam topic.
In this lecture we'll talk about Web Identity Federation, another important exam topic.
A summary of what we have learned in the IAM section.
In this lecture we'll create an EC2 instance and SSH in to it.
In this lecture we'll access an S3 bucket using the command line by storing credentials on our EC2 instance.
In this lecture we'll look at how to interact with the AWS command line using roles, rather than storing the credentials on ECS.
In this lecture we look at how to install PHP and Composer, the PHP SDK, in order to interact with AWS programmatically.
In this lecture we'll interact with S3 using PHP
In this lecture we'll explore my exam tips for EC2 and Elastic Load Balancers
This lecture will cover my exam tips on the different SDK's and what the default region is.
A summary of what we have learnt in this section.
In this lecture we'll discuss the key concepts behind S3.
In this lecture we'll create an S3 bucket and add some files to it.
In this lecture we'll look at how to set up Cross Origin Resource Sharing
In this lecture we'll look at S3 Version Control
In this lecture we'll look at S3 Lifecycle management and how it integrates with Glacier.
In this lecture we'll look at CloudFront, Amazon's CDN network.
In this lecture we'll create a CloudFront CDN.
A new feature of S3, allowing you to accelerate transfers to S3.
A Summary lecture of what we learnt in this section.
In this lecture we'll look at databasing at a high level overview and how it relates to the AWS platform.
This lecture is an introduction to DynamoDB
How to create a DynamoDB table
In this lecture we'll look at the different DynamoDB Indexes
In this lecture we'll explore the difference between Queries and Scans
An important lecture on how to calculate provisioned throughput on DynamoDB
How to use facebook credentials to authenticate to DynamoDB
Other DynamoDB aspects including Atomic Counters and Conditional Writes.
A summary of what we have learnt in this section.
An over view of SQS
SQS Exam Tips
In this lecture we'll explore SNS from a high level over view.
In this lecture we'll create an SNS topic.
A summary of what we have learnt in the SNS section of the course.
A high level overview of Simple Workflow Service.
I am the founder of A Cloud Guru and an Amazon Web Services community hero. I hold every associate certification and I am a certified AWS Solutions Architect Professional. I am ex-Rackspace, ex-Sungard & ex-Smart421. I have been working in the Cloud space since it's very inception.
I am not just another I.T. trainer. I teach Cloud because I know it. Inside and out. I've worked as a systems administrator, developer, solutions architect & managing director/general manager for some of the biggest companies in cloud. My courses are not just some other IT training course, delivered by some IT trainer. My background is very hands on. I live eat and breath cloud. I will teach you everything that I know. If you want some boring, high level and theoretical cloud training platform, then my courses are not for you! You will love my courses because of my explain it like I'm 5 approach.
I have 17 years experience in IT in total and I am fluent across both Windows and Linux platforms. My courses are all cloud based and will be aimed to accommodate both absolute beginners, as well professionals. I always start with the basics and by the end of my courses you will be proficient as a Cloud Guru. Please add me on Linkedin or follow me on Twitter!
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