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Diploma in Cloud Computing

Elevate Your Aspirations, Transform the Cloud: Master Excellence with the Diploma in Cloud Computing.

Instructor: IFIE Education

Language: English

Validity Period: 365 days


Welcome to the forefront of technological evolution with our Diploma in Cloud Computing. In an era where the cloud is the cornerstone of digital transformation, this program is your passport to mastering the intricacies of cloud technologies. Explore the realms of virtualization, scalability, and security as you embark on a journey that transforms IT landscapes. From optimizing infrastructure to harnessing the power of distributed computing, this diploma empowers you to navigate the cloud with confidence. Join us on a transformative expedition where your expertise meets the boundless possibilities of the cloud. Your diploma, your gateway to becoming a cloud innovator, starts here.


Career in Cloud Computing


Key Highlights:

  1. Duration: 6 months
  2. Certified Diploma Program
  3. Comprehensive Training in Cloud Computing
  4. Hands-On Cloud Projects and Practical Applications
  5. Experienced Instructors with Cloud Computing Expertise
  6. Access to Industry-Standard Cloud Platforms and Tools
  7. Cloud Security and Compliance Skills
  8. Career Placement Assistance and Networking Opportunities

Benefits of UGC Approved University Certification:

  • Credibility and Recognition: UGC approval signifies credibility, ensuring the courses meet rigorous quality standards.
  • Quality Assurance: Rigorous evaluation ensures high-quality education, enhancing student learning experiences.
  • Government Recognition: Government acknowledgment adds validity to your qualifications, boosting your professional profile. The certification will be valid in State Govt as well as in Central Govt.
  • Eligibility for Government Jobs: UGC certification opens doors to a wide array of government job opportunities, enhancing career prospects.
  • Competitive Advantage: Stand out in the competitive job market with a certification recognized and respected nationwide.
  • Alumni Benefits: Join a network of esteemed alumni, providing valuable connections and mentorship opportunities.
  • Global Recognition: UGC-approved certifications hold weight internationally, broadening your career horizons globally.


Attestation by MOFA, MEA, HRD: Simplify the process of document attestation, making your certification globally valid.

Hassle-free Evaluation by WES, IQAS, ICES, ICAS, etc.: Streamlined evaluation processes facilitate higher education or job opportunities abroad.


Why UGC Approved University Certification Matters:

UGC recognition ensures courses meet stringent quality benchmarks, instilling confidence in students and parents alike. Holding a UGC-approved certification not only adds credibility but also enhances job market acceptance, opening diverse career pathways for students. From government job eligibility to hassle-free international evaluations, UGC approval paves the way for a successful, globally recognized career. Enroll today and step confidently into a future of endless possibilities with UGC Approved University Certification.


Amazon Web Services (AWS) Course Content AWS Cloud

1. Introduction to Cloud Computing

2. Introduction & Overview

3. What You'll Need Getting Started

4. Essential Characteristics of Cloud Computing

5. Service Models in Cloud computing

6. Introduction to AWS

7. AWS Account creation

8. Fee tier limitations overview

9. What is cloud computing?

10. Global Infrastructure of AWS

11. AWS Services Walkthrough-High-level

12. Management Console Walkthrough

13. Basic Account Management Setting

14. Introduction to Billing Dashboard & Cost Explorer

15. What is Regions in AWS?

16. What is Availability Zones in AWS?

17. What used to happen when there was no cloud?

18. What are the advantages of cloud?

19. Why we should learn only AWS?

20. Service Level Agreement (SLA) of AWS over data and its security

21. How AWS is leading cloud market?

22. AWS Certifications

23. Gartner Magic Quadrant

24. Setting up Billing Alarm & Budget

25. Exam Blue Print


EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)

1. EC2 - The Backbone of AWS

2. What is EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)

3. Scaling features of EC2

4. Limitations of EC2

5. Types of Operating systems

6. Windows and its versions

7. Unix and its flavors

8. Linux and its flavors

9. Instance types

10. Free tire limitations of EC2

11. What is EBS (Elastic Block Store)?

12. Types os Storages

13. Difference between Object and Block stores

14. Launching Windows Server

15. Launching Linux Server

16. Launching Web Server (Apache)

17. How to crate simple website?

18. System Ports & Security groups

19. Key pairs (Pem & PPK)

20. Putty Tool installation and configuration

21. Putty Gen Tool installation and configuration

22. Stopping & Terminating EC2 Instances

23. Load Balancer Theory

24. Types of Load Balancer in AWS

25. Load Balancers and Health Checks

26. User data

27. Web traffic flow

28. Attaching servers to Load Balancer

29. What is Launch configuration

30. How to configure Launch configuration.

31. What is Auto Scaling

32. Configuration of Auto Scaling

33. Scale up & Scale down policies

34. Setting Alarms

35. Status Checks

36. Instance Status Checks

37. Instance Status Checks

38. Protection from Accidental Termination

39. Encryption of EBS Volumes

40. Delete on Termination of EBS Volumes

41. Pricing models of EC2 Instances

42. Types of EBS Volumes

43. Difference between SSD & HDD

44. Upgrading EBS volumes

45. Converting the type of EBS Volumes

46. Attaching & Detaching EBS volumes to EC2 instances

47. Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)

48. Snapshots

49. Creating our own Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)

50. Deletion sequence as per dependencies

S3 (Simple Storage Service)

1. S3 (Simple Storage Service)

2. What is S3?

3. What is Object storage?

4. Benefits of using S3

5. Limitations of S3

6. S3 bucket naming convention

7. Public & private options

8. Security & Reliability of S3

9. Tiered Storage

10. Static website hosting

11. S3 bucket Tags

12. Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)

13. Lifecycle Management

14. Versioning

15. Encryption

16. Bucket Permissions

17. Access control lists

18. Bucket policy

19. Storage Classes/Tiers

20. S3 Glacier

21. S3 Storage Classes/Tiers - Prices

22. S3 - Charges

23. Transfer Acceleration

24. Edge locations/End Points

25. Cross Region Replication

26. Object Metadata

27. Summary

IAM (Identity & Access Management)

1. Introduction to Identity & Access Management

2. Components of IAM

3. Root Access Keys

4. Setting up password rotation policy

5. Centralized & Sharing access

6. Creating and Managing Users & Groups

7. Creating and Managing IAM Policies/Permissions

8. Inline Policies

9. Managed Policies

10. Custom Policies

11. How to Generate own Policy

12. How to recover lost passwords

13. Graphical (GUI) & Command line (CLI) access

14. Roles and its use cases

15. Multi-Factor Authentication - [MFA]

16. Security Features in IAM

17. Create A Billing Alarm

18. Best Practices of IAM

AWS CLI (Command Line Interface)

1. AWS CLI (Command Line Interface)

2. What is AWS CLI?

3. Advantages of CLI

4. How to access AWS through CLI

5. How to generate root access keys?

6. AWS CLI package installation

7. Using CLI through windows & Linux servers

8. Access key & Secret keys

9. Launching EC2 instances through AWS CLI

10. Creating S3 buckets through AWS CLI

11. Managing IAM users throuch AWS CLI

12. Managing IAM groups throuch AWS CLI

13. Using IAM Roles in AWS CLI

VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)

1. VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)

2. What is Network?

3. Network components

4. Network Topology

5. Network Media

6. Network Interface Card

7. Network Protocol

8. TCP/IP Vs UDP ports

9. IP Addressing

10. Classes of IP addresses

11. Reserved IP Addresses

12. CIDR (Classless Inter Domain Routing)

13. Loopback IP Range

14. Subnet/Subnet Mask

15. Public IP & Private IP

16. Introduction to Virtual Private Cloud -VPC

17. Build Your Own Custom VPC

18. Assigning IP addresses to VPC

19. What is Subnet?

20. Public & Private Subnets

21. Enabling Public IP

22. Internet Gateway

23. VPC Routers

24. Web Server & Database Server in VPC

25. Restricting ports to specific users

26. Bastion server / Jump server

27. NAT (Network Address Translation) Gateway

28. What is Elastic IP?

29. Public IP Vs Elastic IP Vs Private IP

30. MySQL port connection

31. NACL (Network Access Control Lists)

32. Inbound & Outbound rules

33. State full & State less

34. Ephemeral ports

35. Security Groups Vs NACLs

36. VPC Peering

37. Peering Limitations

38. What is Transitive peering

39. VPC Flow logs

40. VPC Flow Logs limitations

41. Exempted IP addresses from Flow logs

42. What is Instance Metadata?

43. VPC End Points

44. VPC Clean Up

45. VPC Summary

Route 53

1. Route 53

2. DNS

3. What is DNS (Domain Name System)

4. Purpose of DNS

5. Types of Domains

6. How to buy Domains

7. Domain sellers

8. IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority)

9. Route 53 Register A Domain Name

10. How Route53 Works

11. Setup Our EC2 Instances Lab

12. Health Checks in Route53

13. Alarms and Notifications in Route53

14. Different Routing Policies

15. Simple Routing Policy

16. Weighted Routing Policy

17. Latency Routing Policy

18. Failover Routing Policy

19. Geolocation Routing Policy

20. DNS Exam Tips

RDS (Relational Database Service)

1. Databases on AWS

2. What is Database

3. What is RDS (Relational Database Service)

4. What is SQL

5. What is NoSQL

6. what is Data warehouse

7. AWS supporting Databases

8. Create our first RDS Instance (MySQL)

9. RDS Back-ups

10. Automated Backups

11. DB Snapshots

12. Database Retention period

13. DB Transactional Logs

14. Multi-AZ 15. Read Replicas

16. Copy snapshot

17. Migrate snapshot

Dynamo DB

1. Dynamo DB

2. What is NoSQL

3. Create a NoSQL table

4. Injecting(append) data into Dynamo DB

5. Query the NoSQL table

6. Delete existing Item

7.Delete a NoSQL table


1. What is Redshift

2. What is Data Warehousing

3. OLTP(Online Transaction Processing)

4. OLAP (Online Analytics Processing)

5. Redshift Configuration

6. Massive Parallel Processing (MPP)


1. What is Elasticache

2. Types of Elasticache

3. Mem Cached

4. Redis (Open source)

5. Databases Summary

Cloud Watch

1. Cloud Watch

2. Monitoring, Metrics and Analysis

3. Cloud Watch Introduction

4. What is monitoring?

5. Why we should monitor?

6. What is the need of monitoring tool?

7. Default Monitoring

8. Detailed Monitoring

9. Create Alarms

10. Create Billing Alarms

11. Cloud Watch graphs

12. How to create Dash board?

13. Line Graph

14. stacked area Graph

15. Number Graph

16. Text Graph

17. Monitoring EC2

18. Monitoring RDS

EFS (Elastic File System)

1. EFS (Elastic File System)

2. What is EFS

3. What is Shared Storage

4. How EFS works

5. EFS architecture

6. EFS Volume mounting process

7. Testing EFS

8. EFS Summery

SNS (Simple Notification Service)

1. SNS (Simple Notification Service)

2. What is SNS?

3. Need of notifications

4. Formats of SNS

5. Topics in SNS

6. Subscribers in SNS

7. Subscription in SNS

8. SNS integration with Auto Scaling

9. SNS integration with Route 53

10. How to clean up SNS

SQS (Simple Queue Service)

1. SQS (Simple queue Service)

2. What is SQS

3. SQS Work flow

4. SQS Queue Types

5. Standard Queue

6. FIFO (First-In-First-Out)

7. Decoupling mechanism

8. Visibility Time Out

9. SQS Long Polling

SES (Simple Email Service)

1. SES (Simple Email Service)

2. What is SES

3. Purpose of SES


Cloud Formation

1. Cloud Formation

2. What is Cloud Formation

3. IAC (Infrastructure As Code)

4. Cloud Formation Template

5. Cloud Formation Stack

6. Languages used in Cloud Formation

7. Creating a Sample Cloud Formation stack

8. Ways of creating Cloud Formation stack

9. Cleaning up of Cloud Formation

Elastic Beanstalk

1. Elastic Beanstalk

2. What is Elastic Beanstalk

3. What is the need of Elastic Beanstalk

4. Why developers need to learn Elastic Beanstalk

5. Supported languages

6. Cleaning up of Elastic Beanstalk

Snow ball

1. Snow ball

2. Why the need of Snow ball

3. Data migration service

4. Snow ball edge

5. Snow mobile

Trusted Advisor

1. What is Trusted Advisor

2. Cost Optimization

3. Performance

4. Security

5. Fault Tolerance

6. Service Limits

Cloud Front

1. What is Cloud Front

2. Setting up of Cloud Front

3. Architecture of Cloud Front

4. Content delivery network (CDN)

5. Edge Locations

6. Origin

7. Distribution

8. TTL (Time To Live)

Cloud Trail

1. Cloud Trail

2. What is Cloud trail

3. What is Auditing in AWS

4. Cloud trail Vs Cloud watch

5. How to verify logs

Elastic Transcoder

1. Elastic Transcoder

2. Purpose of Elastic Transcoder

3. Advantages of Elastic Transcoder

4. Compliance

5. Summary


Job Opportunities: Graduates of this program can explore various roles in cloud computing and cloud-related fields, including:

  1. Cloud Administrator
  2. Cloud Solutions Architect
  3. Cloud DevOps Engineer
  4. Cloud Security Specialist
  5. Cloud Developer
  6. Cloud Consultant
  7. Cloud Data Engineer
  8. Cloud Network Engineer
  9. Cloud Compliance Officer
  10. Cloud Operations Manager


Who Is This Program For?

This program is designed for:

  1. Aspiring cloud professionals and cloud architects
  2. IT professionals looking to transition into cloud roles
  3. Students and graduates interested in cloud computing careers
  4. Entrepreneurs and business owners seeking to migrate to the cloud
  5. Anyone interested in harnessing the power of cloud technology for their organization or projects.
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