AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Official Study Guide

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Official Study Guide

Associate Exam
1. Aufl.

von: Stephen Cole, Gareth Digby, Chris Fitch, Steve Friedberg, Shaun Qualheim, Jerry Rhoads, Michael Roth, Blaine Sundrud

38,99 €

Verlag: Sybex
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 19.09.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781119377443
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 552

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Comprehensive, interactive exam preparation and so much more The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Official Study Guide: Associate Exam is a comprehensive exam preparation resource. This book bridges the gap between exam preparation and real-world readiness, covering exam objectives while guiding you through hands-on exercises based on situations you'll likely encounter as an AWS Certified SysOps Administrator. From deployment, management, and operations to migration, data flow, cost control, and beyond, this guide will help you internalize the processes and best practices associated with AWS. The Sybex interactive online study environment gives you access to invaluable preparation aids, including an assessment test that helps you focus your study on areas most in need of review, and chapter tests to help you gauge your mastery of the material. Electronic flashcards make it easy to study anytime, anywhere, and a bonus practice exam gives you a sneak preview so you know what to expect on exam day. Cloud computing offers businesses a cost-effective, instantly scalable IT infrastructure. The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate credential shows that you have technical expertise in deployment, management, and operations on AWS.   Study exam objectives Gain practical experience with hands-on exercises Apply your skills to real-world scenarios Test your understanding with challenging review questions Earning your AWS Certification is much more than just passing an exam—you must be able to perform the duties expected of an AWS Certified SysOps Administrator in a real-world setting. This book does more than coach you through the test: it trains you in the tools, procedures, and thought processes to get the job done well. If you're serious about validating your expertise and working at a higher level, the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Official Study Guide: Associate Exam is the resource you've been seeking.
Foreword xix Introduction xxi Assessment Test xxvi Chapter 1 Introduction to Systems Operations on AWS 1 Systems Operators 2 Deploying Systems 2 Monitoring Systems 2 Optimizing Systems 3 Fortifying Systems 3 Securing Systems 3 AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate 4 Which AWS Services Should You Study? 4 Reference Architecture: The Three-Tier Design 5 Introduction to the Three-Tier Design 5 Sample Scenario 6 Reference Architecture: The Serverless Design 14 Key Product: Serverless Design 17 Summary 18 Exam Essentials 18 Key Pieces to Study 19 Review Questions 20 Chapter 2 Working with AWS Cloud Services 23 Introduction to AWS Cloud Services 24 Systems Operations Using the AWS Toolset 24 AWS Software Development Kits (SDKs) 30 AWS Internet of Things (IoT) and Mobile Software Development Kits (SDKs) 33 Summary 34 Exam Essentials 35 Resources to Review 35 Exercises 35 Review Questions 38 Chapter 3 Security and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) 41 Security on AWS 43 Shared Responsibility Model 43 AWS Security Responsibilities 43 Customer Security Responsibilities 44 AWS Global Infrastructure Security 44 Physical and Environmental Security 46 Business Continuity Management 47 Network Security 48 Network Monitoring and Protection 49 AWS Compliance Program 50 Securing Your AWS Account with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) 51 IAM User 52 IAM Groups 56 IAM Policies 56 IAM Roles 57 Best Practices for Securing Your AWS Account 58 Securing Your AWS Cloud Services 59 Key Pairs 59 Monitoring to Enhance Security 62 AWS CloudTrail 62 Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) Flow Logs 62 Amazon CloudWatch 63 AWS Config 63 Amazon Inspector 64 AWS Certificate Manager 64 AWS Web Application Firewall (AWS WAF) 64 AWS Trusted Advisor 64 AWS Cloud Service-Specific Security 65 Compute Services 65 Networking 69 Storage 75 AWS Storage Gateway Security 80 Database 80 Application Services 88 Analytics Services 89 Deployment and Management Services 91 Mobile Services 92 Applications 94 Summary 95 Exam Essentials 96 Exercises 98 Review Questions 103 Chapter 4 Compute 107 Introduction to AWS Compute Services 109 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) 111 Implementation 111 Management 117 Security 122 Amazon EC2 Container Service (Amazon ECS) 123 Implementation 124 Management 124 Security 125 AWS Elastic Beanstalk 125 Languages Supported in AWS Elastic Beanstalk 126 Services that AWS Elastic Beanstalk Deploys 126 Management 126 Security 127 AWS Lambda 128 Implementation 128 Management 130 Security 130 Amazon Lightsail 130 Implementation 131 Management 131 Security 133 AWS Batch 133 Implementation 133 Management 135 Security 135 Summary 135 Exam Essentials 136 Resources to Review 139 Exercises 140 Review Questions 146 Chapter 5 Networking 151 Introduction to Networking on AWS 153 Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) 154 Amazon VPC Implementation 154 Amazon VPC Management 164 AWS Direct Connect 166 AWS Direct Connect Implementation 167 AWS Direct Connect Management 169 AWS Direct Connect Security 170 Load Balancing 171 Load Balancing Implementation 172 Load Balancing Management 176 Load Balancing Security 178 Virtual Private Network (VPN) 178 VPN Installation 178 VPN Management 179 Amazon Route 53 179 Amazon Route 53 Implementation 180 Amazon Route 53 Management 185 Amazon CloudFront 185 Amazon CloudFront Implementation 186 Amazon CloudFront Management 194 Amazon CloudFront Security 194 Summary 195 Resources to Review 195 Exam Essentials 196 Exercises 198 Review Questions 201 Chapter 6 Storage Systems 207 Understanding Different Storage Options 209 Block Storage vs. Object Storage 209 Block Storage Basics 210 Object Storage Basics 210 Retrieval Times (Hot vs. Cold Storage) 211 Cost Efficiency 211 Block Storage on AWS 212 Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) 212 Instance Store 221 Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) 222 Object Storage on AWS 224 Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) 224 Amazon Glacier 230 Systems Operator Scenario: The Newspaper 232 Storage Needs 233 Solution Breakdown 233 Additional Storage Solutions 234 Amazon CloudFront 234 AWS Storage Gateway 235 AWS Snowball 235 Summary 236 Resources to Review 236 Exam Essentials 237 Exercises 239 Review Questions 244 Chapter 7 Databases 249 Introduction to AWS Databases 250 SQL vs. NoSQL 251 Relational Databases Overview 252 Relational Database Design 252 Non-Relational Database Overview 253 Amazon RDS Features and Benefits 254 Amazon Aurora 256 Monitoring Amazon RDS 278 Monitoring Tools 278 Amazon RDS Pricing 282 Non-Relational Databases 283 Amazon DynamoDB 283 Amazon DynamoDB Core Components 284 Amazon Redshift 292 Cluster Management 293 Cluster Access and Security 293 Databases 294 Monitoring Clusters 295 Amazon ElastiCache 296 Summary 298 Resources to Review 298 Exam Essentials 299 Exercises 300 Review Questions 307 Chapter 8 Application Deployment and Management 313 Introduction to Application Deployment and Management 314 Deployment Strategies 314 Provisioning Infrastructure 314 Deploying Applications 315 Configuration Management 315 Scalability Capabilities 318 Monitoring Resources 318 Continuous Deployment 319 Deployment Services 322 AWS Elastic Beanstalk 323 Amazon EC2 Container Service 325 AWS OpsWorks Stacks 328 AWS CloudFormation 330 AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) 345 Summary 346 Resources to Review 347 Exam Essentials 347 Exercises 349 Review Questions 358 Chapter 9 Monitoring and Metrics 363 Introduction to Monitoring and Metrics 364 An Overview of Monitoring 364 Why Monitor? 364 Amazon CloudWatch 365 AWS CloudTrail 365 AWS Config 365 AWS Trusted Advisor 366 AWS Service Health Dashboard 366 AWS Personal Health Dashboard 367 Amazon CloudWatch 367 Metrics 369 Custom Metrics 369 Amazon CloudWatch Metrics Retention 370 Namespaces 371 Dimensions 372 Statistics 373 Units 374 Periods 374 Aggregation 375 Dashboards 376 Percentiles 376 Monitoring Baselines 377 Amazon EC2 Status Checks 378 Authentication and Access Control 379 AWS Cloud Services Integration 382 Amazon CloudWatch Limits 382 Amazon CloudWatch Alarms 384 Alarms and Thresholds 384 Missing Data Points 386 Common Amazon CloudWatch Metrics 386 Amazon CloudWatch Events 395 Events 396 Rules 397 Targets 397 Metrics and Dimensions 398 Amazon CloudWatch Logs 399 Archived Data 400 Log Monitoring 400 Amazon CloudWatch Logs: Agents and IAM 401 Searching and Filtering Log Data 403 Monitoring AWS Charges 406 Detailed Billing 407 Cost Explorer 409 AWS Billing and Cost Management Metrics and Dimensions 410 AWS CloudTrail 411 What Are Trails? 411 Types of Trails 411 Multiple Trails per Region 412 Encryption 412 AWS CloudTrail Log Delivery 412 Overview: Creating a Trail 413 Monitoring with AWS CloudTrail 413 AWS CloudTrail vs. Amazon CloudWatch 414 AWS CloudTrail: Trail Naming Requirements 414 Getting and Viewing AWS CloudTrail Log Files 414 AWS Config 417 Ways to Use AWS Config 418 AWS Config Rules 419 AWS Config and AWS CloudTrail 420 Pricing 421 Summary 421 Resources to Review 422 Exam Essentials 423 Exercises 425 Review Questions 438 Chapter 10 High Availability 441 Introduction to High Availability 443 Amazon Simple Queue Service 444 Using Amazon Simple Queue Service to Decouple an Application 444 Standard Queues 448 First-In, First-Out Queues 448 Dead Letter Queues 449 Shared Queues 449 Amazon Simple Notification Service 450 Mobile Push Messaging 451 Amazon SNS Fan-Out Scenario 451 Highly Available Architectures 452 Network Address Translation (NAT) Gateways 453 Elastic Load Balancing 453 Auto Scaling 454 Session State Management 455 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Auto Recovery 455 Scaling Your Amazon Relational Database Service Deployment 456 Multi-Region High Availability 457 Amazon Simple Storage Service 457 Amazon DynamoDB 457 Amazon Route 53 457 Highly Available Connectivity Options 463 Redundant Active-Active VPN Connections 463 Redundant Active-Active AWS Direct Connect Connections 465 AWS Direct Connect with Backup VPN Connection 466 Disaster Recovery 467 Backup and Restore Method 467 Pilot Light Method 468 Warm-Standby Method 470 Multi-Site Solution Method 470 Failing Back from a Disaster 471 Summary 472 Resources to Review 473 Exam Essentials 473 Exercises 474 Review Questions 478 Appendix Answers to the Review Questions 481 Chapter 1: Introduction to Systems Operations on AWS 482 Chapter 2: Working with AWS Cloud Services 483 Chapter 3: Security and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) 483 Chapter 4: Compute 485 Chapter 5: Networking 486 Chapter 6: Storage Systems 488 Chapter 7: Databases 490 Chapter 8: Application Deployment and Management 492 Chapter 9: Monitoring and Metrics 494 Chapter 10: High Availability 496 Index 499 Table of Exercises Exercise 2.1 Install and Configure AWS CLI on Linux or Mac 36 Exercise 2.2 Install and Configure AWS CLI on Windows with MSI36 Exercise 3.1 Creating AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Users99 Exercise 3.2 Create IAM Credentials99 Exercise 3.3 Create IAM Groups100 Exercise 3.4 Working with IAM Policies.101 Exercise 3.5 Working with IAM Roles.101 Exercise 4.1 Create a Linux Instance via the AWS Management Console.141 Exercise 4.2 Create a Windows Instance via the AWS Management Console142 Exercise 4.3 Create a Linux Instance via the AWS CLI142 Exercise 4.4 Create a Windows Instance via the AWS CLI.143 Exercise 4.5 Inspect the AWS Service Health Dashboards143 Exercise 4.6 Use the Elastic IP Addresses144 Exercise 4.7 Work with Metadata144 Exercise 4.8 Attach an AWS IAM Role to an Instance145 Exercise 5.1 Create an Elastic IP (EIP)198 Exercise 5.2 Create an Amazon VPC 198 Exercise 5.3 Tag Your Amazon VPC and Subnets199 Exercise 5.4 Create an Elastic Network Interface (ENI)199 Exercise 5.5 Associate the ENI200 Exercise 5.6 Test Your ENI200 Exercise 5.7 Delete VPC200 Exercise 6.1 Create an Encrypted Amazon EBS Volume240 Exercise 6.2 Monitor Amazon EBS Using Amazon CloudWatch.240 Exercise 6.3 Create and Attach an Amazon EFS Volume.240 Exercise 6.4 Create and Use an Amazon S3 Bucket241 Exercise 6.5 Enable Amazon S3 Versioning242 Exercise 6.6 Enable Cross-Region Replication242 Exercise 6.7 Create an Amazon Glacier Vault242 Exercise 6.8 Enable Lifecycle Rules243 Exercise 7.1 Create a New Option Group Using the Console300 Exercise 7.2 Create an Amazon DynamoDB Table from the AWS CLI301 Exercise 7.3 Add Items to the Amazon DynamoDB Table MusicCollection Using the AWS CLI302 Exercise 7.4 Create a MySQL Amazon RDS DB Instance303 Exercise 8.1 Create an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Environment.349 Exercise 8.2 Manage Application Versions with AWS Elastic Beanstalk349 Exercise 8.3 Perform a Blue/Green Deployment with AWS Elastic Beanstalk350 Exercise 8.4 Create an Amazon ECS Cluster350 Exercise 8.5 Launch an Amazon EC2 Instance Optimized for Amazon ECS351 Exercise 8.6 Use Amazon ECR.352 Exercise 8.7 Work with Amazon ECS Task Definitions.352 Exercise 8.8 Work with Amazon ECS Services354 Exercise 8.9 Create an AWS OpsWorks Stack355 Exercise 8.10 Make a Layer in AWS OpsWorks Stacks.355 Exercise 8.11 Add an Amazon EC2 Instance to an AWS OpsWorks Stacks Layer356 Exercise 8.12 Add an Application to AWS OpsWorks Stacks 356 Exercise 8.13 Create an AWS CloudFormation Stack.357 Exercise 8.14 Delete an AWS CloudFormation Stack.357 Exercise 9.1 Search for Available Metrics425 Exercise 9.2 View Available Metrics for Running Amazon EC2 Instances by Namespace and Dimension Using the Amazon CloudWatch Console426 Exercise 9.3 View Available Metrics by Namespace, Dimension, or Metric Using the AWS CLI429 Exercise 9.4 List All Available Metrics for a Specific Resource.430 Exercise 9.5 List all Resources that Use a Single Metric430 Exercise 9.6 Get Statistics for a Specific Resource430 Exercise 9.7 Get CPU Utilization for a Single Amazon EC2 Instance from the Command Line433 Exercise 9.8 Create a Billing Alert. 435 Exercise 9.9 Create a Billing Alarm.435 Exercise 9.10 Create an Amazon CloudWatch Dashboard.436 Exercise 10.1 Create an Amazon SNS Topic475 Exercise 10.2 Create a Subscription to Your Topic475 Exercise 10.3 Publish to Your Topic 475 Exercise 10.4 Create an Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS).476 Exercise 10.5 Subscribe the Queue to Your Amazon SNS Topic476 Exercise 10.6 Deploy Amazon RDS in a Multi-AZ Configuration477
Covers exam objectives, including monitoring and metrics, high availability, analysis, deployment and provisioning, data management, security, networking, and much more... Includes an interactive online learning environment and study tools with: + 2 custom practice exams + 100 electronic flashcards + Searchable key term glossary Your complete guide to preparing for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator—Associate Exam The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Official Study Guide is your one-stop resource for coverage of the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate Level Exam objectives. You'll prepare smarter and faster with Sybex thanks to expert content, including assessment tests that check your exam readiness, an objective map, real-world scenarios, hands-on exercises, key topic exam essentials, and challenging chapter review questions. Reinforce what you have learned with the Sybex online learning environment and test bank, accessible across multiple devices. Get prepared for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate Level Exam today. Coverage of the exam objectives in this Study Guide means you'll be ready for: Delivering the stability, elasticity, and scalability needed by a business on AWS Executing the various modes of backup, restore and disaster recovery operations on AWS Understanding of network technologies as they relate to AWS (Route Tables, Access Control Lists, Firewalls, NAT, and DNS) Provisioning systems, services, and deployment automation on AWS with AWS CloudFormation, AWS OpsWorks, Amazon ECS, and AWS Elastic Beanstalk Deploying managed RDBMS with Amazon RDS (MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, Postgres, MariaDB, Amazon Aurora) Understanding and monitoring of metrics on AWS with Amazon CloudWatch Understanding of the AWS CLI and the SDKs/API tools Ensuring data integrity and data security on the AWS cloud Providing guidance on AWS best practices Interactive learning environment Take your exam prep to the next level with Sybex's superior interactive online study tools. To access our learning environment, simply visit, type in your unique PIN, and instantly gain access to: Interactive test bank with 2 practice exams. Practice exams help you identify areas where further review is needed. Get more than 90% of the answers correct, and you're ready to take the certification exam. 100 questions total! 100 electronic flashcards to reinforce learning and last-minute prep before the exam. Comprehensive glossary in PDF format gives you instant access to the key terms so you are fully prepared. FREE access to Sybex's online interactive learning environment and study tools for one year. AWS Certification AWS Certifications recognize IT professionals with the technical skills and expertise to design, deploy, and operate applications and infrastructure on AWS. Exams are offered in multiple languages at testing centers around the world. The AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate Exam is intended for individuals with experience automating and creating repeatable deployments of networks and systems on the AWS Cloud.

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