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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

Chapter: 1 Cloud Concepts

1.1 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)

1.2 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)

1.3 Explain the different cloud architecture design principles

Explain the design principles

Design for failure

Decouple components versus monolithic architecture

Implement elasticity

Chapter 2 Security and Compliance

2.1 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

2.2 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 AWS CloudTrail

Explain the concept of least privileged access

Chapter 2 Security and Compliance

2.3 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

2.4 Identify resources for security support

Recognize there are different network security capabilities

Native AWS services (for example, security groups, Network ACLs, AWS WAF)

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

Chapter 3 Technology

3.1 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)

3.2 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

Chapter 3 Technology

3.3 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
(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, EBS, S3 Glacier, AWS Snowball, EFS, AWS Storage Gateway)

Identify AWS networking services

Identify (VPC, security groups, Route 53, VPN, AWS Direct Connect)

Identify different AWS database services

Install databases on Amazon EC2 compared to AWS managed databases

Identify (Amazon RDS, DynamoDB, Redshift)

3.4 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

Chapter 4 Billing and Pricing

4.1 Compare and contrast the various pricing models for AWS
(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

4.2 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

4.3 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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