Course outline and syllabus
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This AWS SysOps training is a prerequisite to the DevOps Engineer Certification. You will learn how to migrate on-premise applications to AWS, control the flow of data to and from AWS, master the AWS management console, implement operational cost controls, and enhance your ability to leverage AWS resources and services efficiently.
The examination fee is included in the course fee.
How to become certified AWS SysOps Associate:
- To become an AWS SysOps Administrator Associate, you must register for and pass the certification exam at any Kryterion testing center at over 750 locations globally.
- The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate exam is a combination of multiple-choice and multiple-answer questions.
For unlock the training course completion certificate, you should complete 85% of the course, one project and one simulation test with a minimum score of 60%.
We recommend you the option to get AWS Certified virtually with online proctoring, selecting Pearson VUE vouchers.
Systems administrators with at least one year of experience managing or building applications in the cloud are ideal candidates for the AWS SysOps Associate Certification training program.
To apply for the AWS SysOps Administrator Associate certification, you must fulfill the following prerequisites:
- Complete AWS Technical Essentials course or significant hands-on professional experience in operating AWS-based applications
- Experience provisioning, operating and maintaining systems running on AWS
- Ability to define a solution to be built and operated on AWS
- Capabilities to provide AWS operations and deployment guidance and best practices throughout the lifecycle of a project
Get hands-on exposure to the highly scalable Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform with the AWS SysOps Associate certification training program. This course will help you attain valuable technical expertise in deploying, managing, and operating fault-tolerant systems on AWS.