Network & Systems Admin Training – NSAT
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) exam is intended for individuals who can effectively demonstrate an overall knowledge
of the AWS Cloud independent of a specific job role. The exam validates a candidate’s ability to complete the following tasks:
• Explain the value of the AWS Cloud
• Understand and explain the AWS shared responsibility model
• Understand security best practices
• Understand AWS Cloud costs, economics, and billing practices
• Describe and position the core AWS services, including compute, network, databases, and storage
• Identify AWS services for common use cases
The target candidate should have 6 months, or the equivalent, of active engagement with the AWS Cloud, with exposure to AWS Cloud
design, implementation, and/or operations.
Recommended AWS knowledge
The target candidate should have the following knowledge:
• AWS Cloud concepts
• Security and compliance within the AWS Cloud
• Understanding of the core AWS services
• Understanding of the economics of the AWS Cloud
90 minutes to complete the exam
Format: 65 questions; either multiple choice or multiple response
All working professionals, who wish to acquire new skills or who need to gain a high-level overview of Amazon Web Services.
Domain 1: Cloud Concepts
1.1 Define the AWS Cloud and its value proposition
1.2 Identify aspects of AWS Cloud economics
1.3 Explain the different cloud architecture design principles
Domain 2: Security and Compliance
2.1 Define the AWS shared responsibility model
2.2 Define AWS Cloud security and compliance concepts
2.3 Identify AWS access management capabilities
2.4 Identify resources for security support
Domain 3: Technology
3.1 Define methods of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud
3.2 Define the AWS global infrastructure
3.3 Identify the core AWS services
3.4 Identify resources for technology support
Domain 4: Billing and Pricing
4.1 Compare and contrast the various pricing models for AWS (for example, On-Demand Instances, Reserved Instances, and Spot
4.2 Recognize the various account structures in relation to AWS billing and pricing
4.3 Identify resources available for billing support
Virtual Hands-on Practice Lab
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner – Foundational certification exam validates a candidate’s ability to describe the basic AWS Cloud architectural principles, AWS Cloud value proposition, key services on the AWS platform and their common use cases, and basic security and compliance aspects of the AWS platform and shared security model.
Lab Duration: 255 minutes
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner offers a foundational understanding of AWS Cloud concepts, services, and terminology. This is a good starting point for individuals in non-technical roles with no prior IT or cloud experience or for those with on-premises IT experience looking for basic AWS Cloud fluency.
Learning Level: Intermediate
Duration of Course: 4 Weeks
Course Method: Online Self-Paced
Achievements: AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner
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Skill(s): Create AWS services
Create AWS Virtual Networking components
Create AWS Virtual Machines
Create cloud storage in AWS
Create a cloud database
Role(s): AWS Cloud Administrator
Certification(s): AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01)
My name is Jahziah Smith. I started at NTI, July of 2020. I first started with the CompTIA A+ program. And then as I completed that, I moved on to the CCNA.
So what attracted me to NTI was just the I was originally Transend IT. And I just really wasnt feeling it. And my mom actually found about found out about NTI and introduced me to it and I needed something to get into to and get started.
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