AWS Cloud Practitioner Training

This AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner course is designed for anyone in AWS Solutions Architects, Developers, Cloud Engineer, Admins, Networking, Cloud Practitioners or Big Data Experts roles as well as anyone who wants to enhance their cloud fluency learn more about the AWS Cloud Platform.

With internship




Without internship



this course includes

17 Training Hours

171 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

18 Topics

102 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


Introduction to Cloud Computing


Identity and Access Management (IAM)


Elastic Cloud Computing (EC2)


EC2 Storage


Elastic Load Balancer and Auto Scaling Group (ELB and ASG)


 Amazon S3


Database and Analytics


 Other Services


Scaling Your Infrastructure


Global Applications


Cloud Integration


Cloud Monitoring


Virtual Private Network (VPN)


Security and Compliance


Machine Learning


Advanced Identity

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Our AWS Cloud Practitioner training is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to become a certified AWS Cloud Practitioner. By enrolling in this comprehensive aws cloud practioner training program, you’ll gain the expertise required to kickstart your career in the fast-growing field of cloud technology.


Introduction to Cloud Computing

Why Cloud Computing
What is Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Deployment Models
Cloud Computing Types
AWS Cloud Overview
AWS Management Console Walk-Through
AWS Shared Responsibility

Identity and Access Management IAM

IAM Overview
IAM Users & Groups Hands-On
IAM Policies Hands-On
MFA Overview
MFA Hands-On
AWS CLI Installation Hands-On
AWS CLI Hands-On
IAM Roles
IAM Roles Hands-On
IAM Security Tools
IAM Security Tools Hands-On
IAM Best Practices
Shared Responsibility Model for IAM
IAM Summary

Elastic Cloud Computing EC2

Budget Setup
EC2 Overview
EC2 Instance Hands-On
Security Groups
Security Groups Hands-On
SSH Overview
SSH Using Putty-Windows
SSH Using CMD-Windows
EC2 Instance Connect
EC2 Instance Roles
EC2 Launch Types
Shared Responsibility Model for EC2
EC2 Summary

EC2 Storage

Intro to EC2 Instance Storage
EBS Volume Overview
EBS Volume Hands-On
EBS Snapshots
EBS Snapshots Hands-On
AMI Overview
AMI Hands-On
EC2 Instance Store
EC2 Instance Store Hands-On
Elastic File System - EFS
Shared responsibility Model for EC2 Storage
Section Cleanup
EC2 Instance Storage Summary

Elastic Load Balancer and Auto Scaling Group ELB and ESG

Introduction to Scalability & High-Availability
High Availability, Scalability and Elasticity
ELB Overview
ELB Hands-On
ASG Overview
ASG Hands-On
Section Cleanup

Amazon S3

S3 Introduction
S3 Overview
S3 Hands-On
S3 Security
S3 Bucket Policies Hands-On
S3 Websites
S3 Website Hands-On
S3 Versioning
S3 Versioning Hands-On
S3 Access Logs
S3 Access Logs Hands-On
S3 Replication
S3 Replication Hands-On
S3 Storage Classes
Snowball, Snowball Edge and SnowMobile
S3 Summary

Database and Analytics

 Database Introduction
RDS & Aurora Overview
RDS Database Hands-On
ElastiCache Overview
DynamoDB Overview
DynamoDB Hands-On
RedShift Overview
Amazon EMR Overview
Athena Overview
AWS Glue
DMS Overview
Database & Analytics Summary. 

Other Services

Other Compute Introduction
ECS-Fargate-ECR Overview
What is Serverless
AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda Hands-On
AWS Batch
AWS LightSail
AWS LightSail Hands-On
Other Compute Summary

Scaling Your Infrastructure

CloudFormation Overview
Cloud Formation Hands-On
Elastic Beanstalk Overview
Elastic Beanstalk Hands-On
AWS CodeDeploy
AWS OpsWorks
Infrastructure at Scale Summary

Global Applications

Why Global Application
Route 53
Route 53 Hands-On
CloudFront Hands-On
S3 Transfer Acceleration
AWS Global Aceelerator
Global Application Summary

Cloud Integration

Cloud Integration Introduction
SQS Service
SQS Service Hands-On
SNS Service
SNS Service Hands-On
Cloud Integration Summary

Cloud Monitoring

CloudWatch Metrics and Alarms
CloudWatch Metrics and Alarms Hands-On
CloudWatch Logs
CloudWatch Events and EventBridge
CloudWatch Events and EventBridge Hands-On
Service Health Dashboard
Personal Health Dashboard
Monitoring Summary

Virtual Private Network

Settings the Expectations
VPC and subnets, Internet Gateway and NAT Gateways
VPC and subnets, Internet Gateway and NAT Gateways-Hands-On
NACL and Security Groups
NACL and Security Groups Hands-On
VPC Flow Logs
VPC Peering
VPC Flow Logs and VPC Peering Hands-On
VPC Endpoints
VPC Endpoints Hands-On
Site-to-Site VPNs and Direct Connect
Transit Gateway
VPC Summary

Security and Compliance

Introduction to Security and Compliance
DDoS Mitigration
Penetration Testing
KMS and CloudHSM
Secrets Manager
AWS Artifact
AWS Config
AWS Macie
Security and Compliance Summary

Machine Learning

Amazon Rekognition
Amazon Transcribe
Amazon Polly
Amazon Translate
Amazon Lex and Connect
Amazon Comprehend
Amazon SageMaker
Machine Learning Summary

Advanced Identity

Amazon Cognito
Directory Services
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Advanced Identity Summary

Are You Well Architected?

Are You Well Architected
Operational Excellence
Performance Efficiency
Cost Optimization
Trusted Advisor

Congratulations & Exam Preparation

Exam Tips & Congratulations

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Your Questions, Answered

Who is the AWS Cloud Practitioner training meant for?

This course is designed for a wide range of professionals such as AWS Solutions Architects, Developers, Cloud Engineers, Admins, Networking experts, and Big Data experts. It’s also for anyone who wants to enhance their understanding of the AWS Cloud Platform. Even if you’re new to cloud computing or come from a non-IT background, this course can be a good starting point for you.

What does the AWS Cloud Practitioner course include?

The course provides 17 training hours, including 171 videos and 18 topics. It also includes 102 practice questions to help you prepare for the certification exam. This course aims to provide you with a foundational understanding of cloud computing concepts and AWS services​.

What benefits can I expect from taking this training and earning the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification?

By preparing for and attaining this certification, you will gain a basic understanding of IT services and their uses on AWS Cloud. You’ll also get familiar with core AWS services and use cases, billing and pricing models, security concepts, and how the cloud can impact your business. Moreover, AWS-certified professionals are often more productive and better troubleshooters, which can make you more efficient in your role. This certification can also open up better career progression opportunities, increase your industry knowledge, and can even lead to a boost in your earning potential.

What does the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam entail?

To earn the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification, you’ll need to pass the CLF-C01 exam. The exam consists of 65 questions, which can be either multiple choice or multiple response, and you’ll have 90 minutes to complete it. The exam tests your foundational understanding of AWS Cloud concepts, services, and terminology.

Is the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification recognized in the job market?

Yes, the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification is globally recognized and highly valued in the IT industry. It provides prospective employers with confirmation of your AWS skills. AWS certifications are known to significantly boost your earning potential and make you a more desirable candidate for cloud-related roles. According to a survey, 73% of AWS professionals reported a salary increase averaging 27% after passing their certification.