Practice Test Scores
Basics of IAM
Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
Amazon Machine Image (AMI)
Elastic Network Interface (ENI)
Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)
Elastic Load Balancing
Classic Load Balancer (CLB)
Application Load Balancer (ALB)
Network Load Balancer (NLB)
Cross Zone Load Balancing
Connection Draining/Deregistration Delay
Auto Scaling Groups (ASG)
Launch Configurations & Launch Templates
Dynamic Scaling and Scheduled Scaling
EC2 Storage (EBS, EFS, Instance Store)
Elastic Block Storage (EBS)
EBS Volume Types
EBS Volume Migration
EBS Volume Encryption
EBS RAID configurations
Elastic File System (EFS)
EFS vs EBS
Relational Database Service (RDS)
Running Databases on EC2
RDS Backups & RDS Restores
RDS Read Replicas
RDS Multi AZ
RDS IAM database authentication
DNS Record Types
3rd Party Domains
Simple Storage Service (S3)
Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS)
Advanced S3 & Athena
Select and Glacier Select
Object Lock and Glacier Lock
CloudFront & Global Accelerator
CloudFront Signed URL / Signed Cookies
Storage Gateway & FSx & Snowball/Snowmobile
Storage Gateway Overview
Storage Gateway File Gateway Hardware Appliance
FSx for Windows Servers
FSx for Lustre
Simple Queue Service (SQS)
Message Visibility Timeout
Dead Letter Queues
SQS + Auto Scaling Group
Simple Notification Service (SNS)
SNS & SQS - Fan Out Pattern
Kinesis + MQ
DynamoDB RCUs and WCUs
DynamoDB Advanced Features
API Gateway Overview
API Gateway Security
AWS SAM (Serverless Application Model)
Databases & Analytics
EC2 Instance Recovery
Mini Security Lesson
IAM for S3 Resources
IAM Permission Boundaries
Security & Management
Security Token Service (STS)
Identity Federation in AWS
Resource Access Manager (RAM)
Single Sign On (SSO)
Security & Encryption
SSM Parameter Store Overview
Secrets Manager Overview
Web Application Firewall (WAF) Overview
Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
Networking for VPCs
Default VPC Overview
Internet Gateways & Route Tables
DNS support in your VPC
NACLs vs Security Groups
VPC Flow Logs
Site to Site VPN
Egress-only Internet Gateway
Disaster Recovery & Migrations
Plan for Disaster Recovery
Database Migration Service (DMS)
Overview of Other Services
For when you can't predict how long/short the job is
going to be and for
jobs which can't tolerate failure.
For Linux = billed every second, after the first minute.
All other operating systems = billed per hour.
For steady usage apps
minimum of 1 year
Has up to a
75% discount compared to on-demand
Can buy it for 1 year to 3 years
3 years RI has a much higher discount than 1 year RI.
pay all upfront, partially upfront and no upfront
All upfront has a much higher discount than no upfront.
There are also
2 other types of RIs:
change the type of instance type
, e.g. t2.micro to c5.large.
These have up to a
launch within the time window you need them
but you still need to reserve it.
If you can be flexible about when your applications run and if your applications can be interrupted.
For example: image processing, batch jobs and any distributed workloads.
90% discount compared to on-demand
But that's because they
can be lost at any point of time
if someone else pays higher for it.
For companies with strict compliance requirements.
It's a whole physical server dedicated to you.
Allocated for 3 years
so they need to be committed to.
Access to the underlying hardware.
just dedicated hosts but you don't have access to the underlying hardware.
Pay by the hour.
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