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AWS Certified Solutions Architect (Associate)

01 - AWS Certified Solutions Architect (Associate) - Introduction
02 - Module introduction
03 - Learning objectives
04 - 1.1 Overview
05 - 1.2 Exam Preparation Resources
06 - 1.3 Review the Exam Guide
07 - 1.4 Registering for the Exam
08 - 1.5 Taking the Exam
09 - 1.6 Test Taking Strategy
10 - 1.7 Best Practices
11 - 1.8 The Well-Architected Framework
12 - 1.9 Hands-on Experience
13 - 1.10 Key Services to Study
14 - Module introduction
15 - Learning objectives
16 - 2.1 Calculating Availability
17 - 2.2 Plan for Failure
18 - 2.3 Design for Availability
19 - Learning objectives
20 - 3.1 Fault Isolation
21 - 3.2 Resilient Configuration
22 - 3.3 VPN Resiliency
23 - 3.4 Direct Connect Resiliency
24 - Learning objectives
25 - 4.1 Application Resiliency
26 - 4.2 Database Resiliency
27 - 4.3 Capacity Planning
28 - 4.4 Monitoring for Availability
29 - 4.5 Multi-Region Architectures
30 - Module introduction
31 - Learning objectives
32 - 5.1 Networking Performance
33 - 5.2 NAT Gateway Performance
34 - Learning objectives
35 - 6.1 Compute Options
36 - 6.2 Instance-Based Applications
37 - 6.3 Improving Performance with Containers
38 - Learning objectives
39 - 7.1 Storage Options
40 - 7.2 Block Store Performance
41 - 7.3 Amazon S3 Performance
42 - 7.4 Searching for Data in Amazon S3
43 - 7.5 Improving the End User,Ž“s Experience
44 - Learning objectives
45 - 8.1 Amazon DynamoDB Performance
46 - 8.2 Amazon DynamoDB Primary Keys
47 - 8.3 Amazon DynamoDB Secondary Indexes
48 - 8.4 Improving Read-Heavy Applications
49 - 8.5 Improving Write-Heavy Applications
50 - Learning objectives
51 - 9.1 Event-Driven Architectures
52 - 9.2 Serverless Architectures
53 - Module introduction
54 - Learning objectives
55 - 10.1 Design Principles
56 - 10.2 Securing Identities and Credentials
57 - 10.3 Securing Access to Resources
58 - 10.4 Temporary Credentials
59 - 10.5 Roles for EC2
60 - 10.6 Cross-Account Access
61 - 10.7 Federated Users
62 - 10.8 IAM Best Practices
63 - Learning objectives
64 - 11.1 Design Principles
65 - 11.2 Monitoring Infrastructure
66 - 11.3 Capturing Logs
67 - 11.4 Analyzing Logs
68 - Learning objectives
69 - 12.1 Design Principles
70 - 12.2 Routing as Security
71 - 12.3 Network Access Control Lists (NACLs)
72 - 12.4 Security Groups
73 - 12.5 Securing the Operating System
74 - Learning objectives
75 - 13.1 Design Principles
76 - 13.2 Resource Policies
77 - 13.3 Amazon S3 Object Ownership
78 - 13.4 Publicly Accessible Data
79 - 13.5 Authorizing Access to Private Content
80 - 13.6 Encrypting Data at Rest
81 - 13.7 Encrypting Data In Transit
82 - 13.8 Encrypting Database Connections
83 - Module introduction
84 - Learning objectives
85 - 14.1 Design Principles
86 - 14.2 Right Sizing
87 - 14.3 Understanding the Costs of Amazon S3
88 - 14.4 Understanding the Costs of Amazon VPC
89 - 14.5 Amazon EC2 Pricing Models
90 - 14.6 Cost Savings with Temporary Environments
91 - 14.7 Billing Alarms
92 - Module introduction
93 - Learning objectives
94 - 15.1 Amazon CloudWatch
95 - 15.2 Infrastructure as Code
96 - 15.3 Evolve
97 - 15.4 Case Study - Cassandra on Amazon EC2
98 - AWS Certified Solutions Architect (Associate) - Summary