AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate

Course Overview

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate course is designed for administrators or developers to make automatable and repeatable deployments of networks and systems on the AWS platform. It covers the exact AWS structures and tools connected to formation and positioning and common methods used during the industry for configuring and positioning systems.

The exam also validates a candidate’s ability to complete the following tasks:

  • Support and maintain AWS workloads according to the AWS Well-Architected Framework Perform operations by using the AWS Management Console and the AWS CLI
  • Implement security controls to meet compliance requirements
  • Monitor, log, and troubleshoot systems
  • Apply networking concepts (for example, DNS, TCP/IP, firewalls)
  • Implement architectural requirements (for example, high availability, performance, capacity) Perform business continuity and disaster recovery procedures
  • Identify, classify, and remediate incidents

Exam Format

  • Exam Duration 180 Minutes
  • Exam Type Multiple-choice, Multiple-Answer
  • Number of questions 65 Questions
  • Passing Score 720 out of 1000

Pre-requisuite

The pre-requisites for this course includes

  • Expertise in software administration or software development
  • Basic understanding of networking protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP)
  • Basic Knowledge of shell scripting in Linux environment, cmd or PowerShell in Windows

Target Audience

  • System Administrators
  • Software Developers with Developer Operations (DevOps) Experience
  • Cloud Professionals

Course Outline

  • Domain 1: Monitoring, Logging, and Remediation 20%
  • Domain 2: Reliability and Business Continuity 16%
  • Domain 3: Deployment, Provisioning, and Automation 18%
  • Domain 4: Security and Compliance 16%
  • Domain 5: Networking and Content Delivery 18%
  • Domain 6: Cost and Performance Optimization 12%

Domain 1: Monitoring, Logging, and Remediation

  • 1.1 Implement metrics, alarms, and filters by using AWS monitoring and logging services
  • 1.2 Remediate issues based on monitoring and availability metrics

Domain 2: Reliability and Business Continuity

  • 2.1 Implement scalability and elasticity
  • 2.2 Implement high availability and resilient environments
  • 2.3 Implement backup and restore strategies

Domain 3: Deployment, Provisioning, and Automation

  • 3.1 Provision and maintain cloud resources
  • 3.2 Automate manual or repeatable processes

Domain 4: Security and Compliance

  • 4.1 Implement and manage security and compliance policies
  • 4.2 Implement data and infrastructure protection strategies

Domain 5: Networking and Content Delivery

  • 5.1 Implement networking features and connectivity
  • 5.2 Configure domains, DNS services, and content delivery
  • 5.3 Troubleshoot network connectivity issues

Domain 6: Cost and Performance Optimization

  • 6.1 Implement cost optimization strategies
  • 6.2 Implement performance optimization strategies