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Mastering AWS Devops Program

Last Update June 7, 2023
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About This Course


  • You should have basic knowledge of either Python or JavaScript.
  • You should be familiar with the Linux operating system and basic command line tools.
  • You should have a basic understanding of cloud computing concepts.

Course Overview

Mastering AWS Devops Program at Pragathi Technologies is an exceptional opportunity for individuals who are passionate about cloud computing and software development. The program’s curriculum is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills to master DevOps practices on Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform.

Throughout the program, students will gain hands-on experience working with EC2 instances using various tools like AWS Management Console, CLI commands, and SDKs for different programming languages. This course also focuses on developing skills required for designing cost-effective solutions by exploring different pricing models such as On-demand instances Reserved instances, or Spot Instances to optimize costs in production environments. This training provides an excellent foundation for professionals looking to build their careers in cloud computing or enhance their existing skill set with knowledge of the leading public cloud provider – Amazon Web Services.

Course Outlines

  • AWS Cloud EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)
  • S3 (Simple Storage Service)
  • IAM (Identity & Access Management
  • AWS CLI (Command Line Interface)
  • VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)
  • Route 53
  • RDS (Relational Database Service)
  • Dynamo DB
  • Elasticache
  • Cloud Watch
  • EFS (Elastic File System)
  • SNS (Simple Notification Service)
  • SES (Simple Email Service)
  • Cloud Formation
  • Snowball
  • Trusted Advisor
  • Cloud Front
  • Cloud Trail
  • Elastic Transcoder
  • Whitepapers

AWS Certifications: Our Mastering AWS Devops Program is a comprehensive course that covers all aspects of Amazon Web Services, including architecture, deployment, automation, monitoring, and security. Students who complete this program will not only gain valuable experience in using AWS tools but also become experts in DevOps practices. Pragathi Technologies provides AWS certifications after the completion of the course. Learn more about the program and how it can benefit your career by visiting Pragathi Technologies today.


Course Outlines:

    1. DevOps Introduction
    2. Organizational needs
    3. Waterfall Methodology
    4. Agile Methodology
    5. SDLC process
    6. DevOps automation tools
    7. Scrum/sync up/stand-up meetings

Related job roles

There are many job roles in the Mastering AWS DevOps program.

  • System administrator: responsible for ensuring that an organization’s computer systems are running efficiently and effectively. They monitor system performance, troubleshoot issues, and ensure that security protocols are in place to protect against cyber threats.
  • Cloud engineer: Cloud engineers work with cloud-based services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure to design, develop, deploy, and maintain cloud computing solutions for organizations.
  • Site reliability engineer: Site reliability engineers focus on improving the reliability of an organization’s website or software applications by monitoring performance metrics and troubleshooting issues related to scalability, availability, and latency.
  • Network engineer: Network engineers specialize in designing, implementing, and maintaining networks that connect computers within an organization or across different locations.
  • Security engineer: Security engineers are tasked with protecting organizational data from unauthorized access by implementing robust security measures such as firewalls, encryption technologies, etc.

Benefits of Mastering AWS DevOps Program

If you’re looking to start a career in DevOps, or if you’re already working in the field and want to take your skills to the next level, Pragathi Technologies offers a comprehensive course on AWS DevOps.

  • The Mastering AWS DevOps Program covers all aspects of DevOps, from code development and deployment to infrastructure management and monitoring.
  • You’ll learn how to use AWS tools and services to automate your workflow, improve your productivity, and scale your applications.
  • You’ll also gain practical experience by working with real-world scenarios.
  • You’ll be able to confidently apply DevOps principles and practices in your own projects.

The Mastering AWS DevOps Program course is taught by our experienced professionals who are passionate about sharing their knowledge with others. You’ll benefit from their insights and expertise as you progress through the course. Enrol today and take your first step towards becoming a master of AWS DevOps!

AWS Cloud
  1. Introduction to Cloud Computing
  2. Introduction & Overview
  3. What You’ll Need Getting Started
  4. Essential Characteristics of Cloud Computing
  5. Service Models in Cloud computing
  6. Introduction to AWS
  7. AWS Account creation
  8. Fee tier limitations overview
  9. What is cloud computing?
  10. Global Infrastructure of AWS
  11. AWS Services Walkthrough-High-level
  12. Management Console Walkthrough
  13. Basic Account Management Setting
  14. Introduction to Billing Dashboard & Cost Explorer
  15. What is Regions in AWS?
  16. What is Availability Zones in AWS?
  17. What used to happen when there was no cloud?
  18. What are the advantages of cloud?
  19. Why we should learn only AWS?
  20. Service Level Agreement (SLA) of AWS over data and its security
  21. How AWS is leading cloud market?
  22. AWS Certifications
  23. Gartner Magic Quadrant
  24. Setting up Billing Alarm & Budget
  25. Exam Blue Print
EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)
  1. EC2 – The Backbone of AWS
  2. What is EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)
  3. Scaling features of EC2
  4. Limitations of EC2
  5. Types of Operating systems
  6. Windows and its versions
  7. Unix and its flavors
  8. Linux and its flavors
  9. Instance types
  10. Free tire limitations of EC2
  11. What is EBS (Elastic Block Store)?
  12. Types os Storages
  13. Difference between Object and Block stores
  14. Launching Windows Server
  15. Launching Linux Server
  16. Launching Web Server (Apache)
  17. How to crate simple website?
  18. System Ports & Security groups
  19. Key pairs (Pem & PPK)
  20. Putty Tool installation and configuration
  21. Putty Gen Tool installation and configuration
  22. Stopping & Terminating EC2 Instances
  23. Load Balancer Theory
  24. Types of Load Balancer in AWS
  25. Load Balancers and Health Checks
  26. User data
  27. Web traffic flow
  28. Attaching servers to Load Balancer
  29. What is Launch configuration
  30. How to configure Launch configuration
  31. What is Auto Scaling
  32. Configuration of Auto Scaling
  33. Scale up & Scale down policies
  34. Setting Alarms
  35. Status Checks
  36. Instance Status Checks
  37. Instance Status Checks
  38. Protection from Accidental Termination
  39. Encryption of EBS Volumes
  40. Delete on Termination of EBS Volumes
  41. Pricing models of EC2 Instances
  42. Types of EBS Volumes
  43. Difference between SSD & HDD
  44. Upgrading EBS volumes
  45. Converting the type of EBS Volumes
  46. Attaching & Detaching EBS volumes to EC2 instances
  47. Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)
  48. Snapshots
  49. Creating our own Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)
  50. Deletion sequence as per dependencies
S3 (Simple Storage Service)
  1. S3 (Simple Storage Service)
  2. What is S3?
  3. What is Object storage?
  4. Benefits of using S3
  5. Limitations of S3
  6. S3 bucket naming convention
  7. Public & private options
  8. Security & Reliability of S3
  9. Tiered Storage
  10. Static website hosting
  11. S3 bucket Tags
  12. Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
  13. Lifecycle Management
  14. Versioning
  15. Encryption
  16. Bucket Permissions
  17. Access control lists
  18. Bucket policy
  19. Storage Classes/Tiers
  20. S3 Glacier
  21. S3 Storage Classes/Tiers – Prices
  22. S3 – Charges
  23. Transfer Acceleration
  24. Edge locations/End Points
  25. Cross Region Replication
  26. Object Metadata
  27. Summary
IAM (Identity & Access Management)
  1. Introduction to Identity & Access Management
  2. Components of IAM
  3. Root Access Keys
  4. Setting up password rotation policy
  5. Centralized & Sharing access
  6. Creating and Managing Users & Groups
  7. Creating and Managing IAM Policies/Permissions
  8. Inline Policies
  9. Managed Policies
  10. Custom Policies
  11. How to Generate own Policy
  12. How to recover lost passwords
  13. Graphical (GUI) & Command line (CLI) access
  14. Roles and its use cases
  15. Multi-Factor Authentication – [MFA]
  16. Security Features in IAM
  17. Create A Billing Alarm
  18. Best Practices of IAM
AWS CLI (Command Line Interface)
    1. AWS CLI (Command Line Interface)
    2. What is AWS CLI?
    3. Advantages of CLI
    4. How to access AWS through CLI
    5. How to generate root access keys?
    6. AWS CLI package installation
    7. Using CLI through windows & Linux servers
    8. Access key & Secret keys
    9. Launching EC2 instances through AWS CLI
    10. Creating S3 buckets through AWS CLI
    11. Managing IAM users through AWS CLI
    12. Managing IAM groups through AWSCLI
    13. Using IAM Roles in AWS CLI
VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)
  1. VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)
  2. What is Network?
  3. Network components
  4. Network Topology
  5. Network Media
  6. Network Interface Card
  7. Network Protocol
  8. TCP/IP Vs UDP ports
  9. IP Addressing


  1. Classes of IP addresses
  2. Reserved IP Addresses
  3. CIDR (Classless Inter Domain Routing)
  4. Loopback IP Range
  5. Subnet/Subnet Mask
  6. Public IP & Private IP
  7. Introduction to Virtual Private Cloud – VPC
  8. Build Your Own Custom VPC
  9. Assigning IP addresses to VPC
  10. What is Subnet?
  11. Public & Private Subnets
  12. Enabling Public IP
  13. Internet Gateway
  14. VPC Routers
  15. Web Server & Database Server in VPC
  16. Restricting ports to specific users
  17. Bastion server / Jump server
  18. NAT (Network Address Translation) Gateway
  19. What is Elastic IP?
  20. Public IP Vs Elastic IP Vs Private IP
  21. MySQL port connection
  22. NACL (Network Access Control Lists)
  23. Inbound & Outbound rules
  24. State full & State less
  25. Ephemeral ports
  26. Security Groups Vs NACLs
  27. VPC Peering
  28. Peering Limitations
  29. What is Transitive peering
  30. VPC Flow logs
  31. VPC Flow Logs limitations
  32. Exempted IP addresses from Flow logs
  33. What is Instance Metadata?
  34. VPC End Points
  35. VPC Clean Up
  36. VPC Summary
  37. VPC Clean Up
  38. VPC Summary
Route 53
  1. Route 53
  2. DNS
  3. What is DNS (Domain Name System)
  4. Purpose of DNS
  5. Types of Domains
  6. How to buy Domains
  7. Domain sellers
  8. IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority)
  9. Route 53 Register A Domain Name
  10. How Route53 Works
  11. Setup Our EC2 Instances Lab
  12. Health Checks in Route53
  13. Alarms and Notifications in Route53
  14. Different Routing Policies
  15. Simple Routing Policy
  16. Weighted Routing Policy
  17. Latency Routing Policy
  18. Failover Routing Policy
  19. Geolocation Routing Policy
  20. DNS Exam Tips
RDS (Relational Database Service)
  1. Databases on AWS
  2. What is Database
  3. What is RDS (Relational Database Service)
  4. What is SQL
  5. What is NoSQL
  6. what is Data warehouse
  7. AWS supporting Databases
  8. Create our first RDS Instance (MySQL)
  9. RDS Back-ups
  10. DB Snapshots
  11. Database Retention period
  12. DB Transactional Logs
  13. Multi-AZ
  14. Read Replicas
  15. Copy snapshot
  16. Migrate snapshot


  1. RDS Back-ups
  2. Automated Backups
Dynamo DB
  1. Dynamo DB
  2. What is NoSQL
  3. Connecting web server with database server
  4. Using IAM Role in Dynamo DB
  5. Injecting data into Dynamo DB
  6. Pulling data from GitHub
  1. What is Elasticache
  2. Types of Elasticache
  3. Mem Cached
  4. Redis (Open source)
  5. Databases Summary
Cloud Watch
  1. Cloud Watch
  2. Monitoring, Metrics and Analysis
  3. Cloud Watch Introduction
  4. What is monitoring?
  5. Why we should monitor?
  6. What is the need of monitoring tool?
  7. Default Monitoring
  8. Detailed Monitoring
  9. Create Alarms
  10. Create Billing Alarms
  11. Cloud Watch graphs
  12. How to create Dash board?
  13. Line Graph
  14. stacked area Graph
  15. Number Graph
  16. Text Graph
  17. Monitoring EC2
  18. Monitoring RDS
EFS (Elastic File System)
  1. EFS (Elastic File System)
  2. What is EFS
  3. What is Shared Storage
  4. How EFS works
  5. EFS architecture
  6. EFS Volume mounting process
  7. Testing EFS
  8. EFS Summery
SNS (Simple Notification Service)
  1. SNS (Simple Notification Service)
  2. What is SNS?
  3. Need of notifications
  4. Formats of SNS
  5. Topics in SNS
  6. Subscribers in SNS
  7. Subscription in SNS
  8. SNS integration with Auto Scaling
  9. SNS integration with Route 53
  10. How to clean up SNS
SES (Simple Email Service)
  1. SES (Simple Email Service)
  2. What is SES
  3. Purpose of SES
  4. SNS Vs SES
Cloud Formation
  1. Cloud Formation
  2. What is Cloud Formation
  3. IAC (Infrastructure As Code)
  4. Cloud Formation Template
  5. Cloud Formation Stack
  6. Languages used in Cloud Formation
  7. Creating a Sample Cloud Formation stack
  8. Ways of creating Cloud Formation stack
  9. Cleaning up of Cloud Formation
Snow Ball
  1. Snow ball
  2. Why the need of Snow ball
  3. Data migration service
  4. Snow ball edge
  5. Snow mobile
Trusted Advisor
  1. What is Trusted Advisor
  2. Cost Optimization
  3. Performance
  4. Security
  5. Fault Tolerance
  6. Service Limits
Cloud Trail
  1. Cloud Trail
  2. What is Cloud trail
  3. What is Auditing in AWS
  4. Cloud trail Vs Cloud watch
  5. How to verify logs
Elastic Transcoder
  1. Elastic Transcoder
  2. Purpose of Elastic Transcoder
  3. Advantages of Elastic Transcoder


  1. Whitepapers & The Well Architected Framework
  2. Security
  3. Reliability
  4. Performance Efficiency
  5. Cost Optimization
  6. Operational Excellence
  7. Service Models
  8. IAAS (Infrastructure As A Service)
  9. PAAS (Platform As A Service)
  10. SAAS (Software As A Service)
  11. Security credentials
  12. Amazon Corporate Segregation
  13. Shared Responsibility Model
  14. AWS Responsibility
  15. User Responsibility
  16. Storage De-commissioning
  17. Scale up & Scale down
  18. Scale Out & Scale In
  19. De-Coupling mechanism
  20. Types of Elasticity
  21. Compliance
AWS Certifications
  1. AWS Certifications
  2. AWS Certified Solutions Architect
  3. AWS Certified Developer
  4. AWS Certified SysOps Administrator
  5. All about exam
  6. Do’s and Don’ts
  7. How to apply for an exam
  8. Points to be remember
  9. Sample Exam Dumps
  1. DevOps Introduction
  2. Organizational needs
  3. Waterfall Methodology
  4. Agile Methodology
  5. SDLC process
  6. DevOps automation tools
  7. Scrum/sync up/stand up meetings

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Course Content

Learning Objectives

Understand how to obtain relevant experience to set up for a transition to Product Management
Build a portfolio that will assist in a hiring application
How to self-brand online and build a following pre-hire
What to look for in Product Management jobs and what to ignore
How to apply insider tips and tricks to getting hired as a Product Manager
Craft a resume that appeals to a hiring manager for Product Management placement

Material Includes

  • Videos
  • Booklets


  • You should already be somewhat familiar with fundamental business practices and be interested in learning to achieve more by working with and through other people

Target Audience

  • Anyone looking to get a job in Product Management
  • Anyone wanting to transition into Product Management
  • Already established Product Managers who want to advance their skillset
  • Entrepreneurs looking to master the product development process


6 Lessons22h 30m

Introduction to Product Management

Scoping Projects
Main Methods
Planning Principles

Introduction to Product Development

Competitive and Market Analysis

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Duration 22.5 hours
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