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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01)

il corso rappresenta la knowledge "Fundamentals" del Cloud Provider "Amazon Web Services" , la progettazione dei contenuti da parte di First Consulting è stata estesa rispetto al programma di certificazione per una ottimizzazione dei contenuti e delle competenze da acquisire  in contesti "Real World" delle organizzazioni. 


min 10 gg Piano Formativo Personalizzabile


Attestato di Partecipazione First Consulting 


Propedeutico Path Exam AWS Clf-c01


AWS Cloud 
AWS Fundamentals 
AWS Services 


Domain 1: Cloud Concepts

Define the AWS Cloud and its value proposition

  • Define the benefits of the AWS cloud including:

  • Security

  • Reliability

  • High Availability

  • Elasticity

  • Agility

  • Pay-as-you go pricing

  • Scalability

  • Global Reach

  • Economy of scale

  • Explain how the AWS cloud allows users to focus on business value

  • Shifting technical resources to revenue-generating activities as opposed to managing infrastructure


Identify aspects of AWS Cloud economics

  • Define items that would be part of a Total Cost of Ownership proposal

  • Understand the role of operational expenses (OpEx)

  • Understand the role of capital expenses (CapEx)

  • Understand labor costs associated with on-premises operations

  • Understand the impact of software licensing costs when moving to the cloud

  • Identify which operations will reduce costs by moving to the cloud

  • Right-sized infrastructure

  • Benefits of automation

  • Reduce compliance scope (for example, reporting)

  • Managed services (for example, RDS, ECS, EKS, DynamoDB)


Explain the different cloud architecture design principles

  • Explain the design principles

  • Design for failure

  • Decouple components versus monolithic architecture

  • Implement elasticity in the cloud versus on-premises

  • Think parallel


Domain 2: Security and Compliance

  • Define the AWS shared responsibility model

  • Recognize the elements of the Shared Responsibility Model

  • Describe the customer’s responsibly on AWS

  • Describe how the customer’s responsibilities may shift depending on the service used (for example with RDS, Lambda, or EC2)

  • Describe AWS responsibilities


Define AWS Cloud security and compliance concepts

  • Identify where to find AWS compliance information

  • Locations of lists of recognized available compliance controls (for example, HIPPA, SOCs)

  • Recognize that compliance requirements vary among AWS services

  • At a high level, describe how customers achieve compliance on AWS

  • Identify different encryption options on AWS (for example, In transit, At rest)

  • Describe who enables encryption on AWS for a given service

  • Recognize there are services that will aid in auditing and reporting

  • Recognize that logs exist for auditing and monitoring (do not have to understand the logs)

  • Define Amazon CloudWatch, AWS Config, and AWS CloudTrail

  • Explain the concept of least privileged access


Identify AWS access management capabilities

  • Understand the purpose of User and Identity Managemen

  • Access keys and password policies (rotation, complexity)

  • Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

  • AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)

  • Groups/users

  • Roles

  • Policies, managed policies compared to custom policies

  • Tasks that require use of root accounts


Protection of root accounts

  • Identify resources for security support

  • Recognize there are different network security capabilities

  • Native AWS services (for example, security groups, Network ACLs, AWS WAF)

  • 3rd party security products from the AWS Marketplace

  • Recognize there is documentation and where to find it (for example, best practices, whitepapers, official documents)

  • AWS Knowledge Center, Security Center, security forum, and security blogs

  • Partner Systems Integrators

  • Know that security checks are a component of AWS Trusted Advisor


Domain 3: Technology

  • Define methods of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud

  • Identify at a high level different ways of provisioning and operating in the AWS cloud

  • Programmatic access, APIs, SDKs, AWS Management Console, CLI, Infrastructure as Code

  • Identify different types of cloud deployment models

  • All in with cloud/cloud native

  • Hybrid

  • On-premises

  • Identify connectivity options

  • VPN

  • AWS Direct Connect

  • Public internet

​Define the AWS global infrastructure

  • Describe the relationships among Regions, Availability Zones, and Edge Locations

  • Describe how to achieve high availability through the use of multiple Availability Zones

  • Recall that high availability is achieved by using multiple Availability Zones

  • Recognize that Availability Zones do not share single points of failure

  • Describe when to consider the use of multiple AWS Regions

  • Disaster recovery/business continuity

  • Low latency for end-users

  • Data sovereignty

  • Describe at a high level the benefits of Edge Locations

  • Amazon CloudFront

  • AWS Global Accelerator

Identify the core AWS services

  • Describe the categories of services on AWS (compute, storage, network, database)

  • Identify AWS compute services

  • Recognize there are different compute families

  • Recognize the different services that provide compute (for example, AWS Lambda compared to Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), or Amazon EC2, etc.)

  • Recognize that elasticity is achieved through Auto Scaling

  • Identify the purpose of load balancers

  • Identify different AWS storage services

  • Describe Amazon S3

  • Describe Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)

  • Describe Amazon S3 Glacier

  • Describe AWS Snowball

  • Describe Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS)

  • Describe AWS Storage Gateway

  • Identify AWS networking services

  • Identify VPC

  • Identify security groups

  • Identify the purpose of Amazon Route 53

  • Identify VPN, AWS Direct Connect

  • Identify different AWS database services

  • Install databases on Amazon EC2 compared to AWS managed databases

  • Identify Amazon RDS

  • Identify Amazon DynamoDB

  • Identify Amazon Redshift


Identify resources for technology support

  • Recognize there is documentation (best practices, whitepapers, AWS Knowledge Center, forums, blogs)

  •  Identify the various levels and scope of AWS support

  • AWS Abuse

  • AWS support cases

  • Premium support

  • Technical Account Managers

  • Recognize there is a partner network (marketplace, third-party) including Independent Software Vendors and System Integrators

  • Identify sources of AWS technical assistance and knowledge including professional services, solution architects, training and certification, and the Amazon Partner Network

  • Identify the benefits of using AWS Trusted Advisor



Domain 4: Billing and Pricing

Compare and contrast the various pricing models for AWS (for example, On-Demand Instances, Reserved Instances, and Spot Instance pricing

  • Identify scenarios/best fit for On-Demand Instance pricing

  • Identify scenarios/best fit for Reserved-Instance pricing

  • Describe Reserved-Instances flexibility

  • Describe Reserved-Instances behaviour in AWS Organizations

  • Identify scenarios/best fit for Spot Instance pricing


Recognize the various account structures in relation to AWS billing and pricing

  • Recognize that consolidated billing is a feature of AWS Organizations

  • Identify how multiple accounts aid in allocating costs across departments


Identify resources available for billing support

  • Identify ways to get billing support and information

  • Cost Explorer, AWS Cost and Usage Report, Amazon Quick Sight, third-party partners, and AWS Marketplace tools

  • Open a billing support case

  • The role of the Concierge for AWS Enterprise Support Plan customers

  • Identify where to find pricing information on AWS services

  • AWS Simple Monthly Calculator

  • AWS Services product pages

  • AWS Pricing API

  • Recognize that alarms/alerts exist

  • Identify how tags are used in cost allocation




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