NEW AWS Certified Advanced Networking Specialty 2022

Pass the AWS Certified Advanced Networking Specialty Certification ANS-C01. Taught by an AWS Networking & VPC Expert!
NEW AWS Certified Advanced Networking Specialty 2022
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9.11 GB
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28h 47m

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Stephane Maarek | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,Solutions Architect,Developer

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Last updated 11/2022

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NEW AWS Certified Advanced Networking Specialty 2022

What you’ll learn

FULLY UPDATED FOR ANS-C00: Pass the AWS Certified Networking Specialty Certification
All 700+ slides available as downloadable PDF
Learn networking on AWS in depth
Practice alongside several advanced hands-on

NEW AWS Certified Advanced Networking Specialty 2022

Requirements

It is recommended to have taken at least one associate-level AWS certification
Basics of networking are a nice-to-have although we explain them too in the course

Description

The AWS Certified Networking Specialty Exam ANS-C01 is one of the most challenging certification exams you can take from Amazon. Passing it tells employers in no uncertain terms that your knowledge of AWS networking is wide and deep. But, even experienced technologists need to prepare heavily for this exam. This course sets you up for success by covering all of the AWS networking topics on the exam and how they fit together.Best-selling Udemy instructors Stéphane Maarek and AWS Networking expert Chetan Agrawal have teamed up to deliver the most comprehensive and hands-on prep course we’ve seen. This course combines Stéphane’s depth on AWS with Chetan’s experience in AWS Networking. Chetan and Stéphane took and passed the exam themselves on the first try.The world of networking on AWS includes in-depth knowledge about technologies and services. Here are some of the concepts we will cover:Learn networking fundamentals with Amazon VPC Learn advanced features of VPCUnderstand DNS and DHCP options on VPCLearn Networking Performance and OptimizationsConfigure VPC Peering, VPC Gateway & Interface EndpointsLearn Hybrid Networking (combining networking of on-premises and AWS) in depth. In-depth configuration of Site-to-Site VPN, AWS Client VPN, and Direct ConnectNetworking aspects of AWS Elastic Load Balancers and AWS CloudFrontAdvanced DNS configurations with Route 53You’ll have many opportunities to reinforce your learning with hands-on exercises throughout the course. We’ll also arm you with some valuable test-taking tips and strategies along the way.AWS Networking is an advanced certification, and it’s best tackled by students who have already obtained associate-level certification in AWS and have some real-world industry experience. This exam is not intended for AWS beginners.You want to go into the AWS Certified Networking Specialty Exam confidently, which is what this course delivers. Hit the enroll button, and we’re excited to see you in the course… and ultimately to see you get your certification!———————————InstructorMy name is Stephane Maarek, and I’ll be your instructor in this course. I teach about AWS certifications, always focusing on helping my students improve their professional proficiencies in AWS. I am also the author of some of the most highly-rated & best-selling courses on AWS Lambda, AWS CloudFormation & AWS EC2.Throughout my career in designing and delivering these certifications and courses, I have already taught 1,000,000+ students and gotten 350,000+ reviews!I’m delighted to welcome Chetan Agrawal as my co-instructor for this course!Chetan has been passionate about AWS Networking. He himself learned Networking in the cloud practically during his 6+ years of professional career as a Cloud and DevOps architect. Cloud platforms provide an opportunity to try and experiment with networking configurations quickly; hence, wherever possible, these courses include supporting hands-on exercises/demos that you can implement. This helps retain knowledge and build skills for a lifetime.With AWS becoming more than a buzzword, I’ve decided it’s time for students to learn how to properly be an AWS Advanced Networking Specialist. So, let’s kick start the course! You are in good hands!———————————This course also comes with:Lifetime access to all future updatesA responsive instructor in the Q&A SectionUdemy Certificate of Completion Ready for DownloadA 30-Day “No Questions Asked” Money Back Guarantee!Join me in this course if you want to pass the AWS Certified Advanced Networking Specialty Certification and master the AWS platform!

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Course Introduction

Lecture 2 Introduction to AWS Networking

Section 2: Code & Slides Download

Lecture 3 Code & Slides Download

Section 3: Amazon VPC fundamentals

Lecture 4 Section Introduction

Lecture 5 VPC Addressing (CIDR)

Lecture 6 VPC Route Tables

Lecture 7 IP Addresses – Private vs Public vs Elastic & IPv4 vs IPv6

Lecture 8 Elastic Network Interfaces (ENI)

Lecture 9 VPC Firewall – Security Group

Lecture 10 VPC Firewall – Network Access Control List (NACL)

Lecture 11 Default VPC

Lecture 12 Hands On: Creating VPC with Public Subnet

Lecture 13 Hands On: Add Private subnet

Lecture 14 NAT Gateway

Lecture 15 Hands On: Create NAT Gateway

Lecture 16 NAT Gateway High Availability

Lecture 17 NAT Instance (EC2 based NAT)

Lecture 18 Exam Essentials

Section 4: Additional VPC features

Lecture 19 Extending VPC address space

Lecture 20 Revisiting Elastic Network Interface (ENI)

Lecture 21 Bring Your Own IP

Lecture 22 VPC Traffic Monitoring

Lecture 23 VPC Traffic Mirroring

Section 5: VPC DNS and DHCP

Lecture 24 Amazon VPC DNS Server

Lecture 25 Default EC2 Public and Private DNS Names

Lecture 26 EC2 Customer domain name

Lecture 27 VPC DHCP Options sets

Lecture 28 Hands On: Custom DNS with Route53 Private Hosted zone

Lecture 29 Hands On: Custom DNS with DNS server

Lecture 30 Hybrid DNS resolution – VPC to On-premises and On-premises to AWS

Lecture 31 Summary

Section 6: Network Performance and Optimization

Lecture 32 Basics of Network performance – Bandwidth, Latency, Jitter, Throughput, PPS, MTU

Lecture 33 Placement Groups and EBS Optimized EC2 instances

Lecture 34 Enhanced Networking

Lecture 35 DPDK and Elastic Fabric Adapter (EFA)

Lecture 36 Bandwidth Limits inside and outside of VPC

Lecture 37 Network I/O credits

Lecture 38 Summary

Lecture 39 Exam Essentials

Section 7: VPC Peering

Lecture 40 Introduction to VPC private connectivity options

Lecture 41 VPC Peering

Lecture 42 Hands On: VPC Peering across AWS regions

Lecture 43 VPC Peering invalid scenarios

Section 8: VPC Endpoints – VPC Gateway Endpoint

Lecture 44 Introduction to VPC endpoints

Lecture 45 VPC Gateway Endpoint

Lecture 46 Hands On: VPC gateway endpoint

Lecture 47 VPC endpoints and S3 bucket policy

Lecture 48 Accessing VPC gateway endpoint from remote network

Section 9: VPC interface endpoint and PrivateLink

Lecture 49 Introduction to VPC Interface endpoint

Lecture 50 Hands On: Create VPC interface endpoint and access SQS

Lecture 51 VPC Interface endpoint for Customer service (PrivateLink)

Lecture 52 VPC PrivateLink architecture

Lecture 53 Hands On: VPC PrivateLink

Lecture 54 VPC interface endpoint DNS

Lecture 55 Accessing VPC interface endpoint from remote network

Lecture 56 VPC PrivateLink vs VPC Peering

Lecture 57 Summary

Lecture 58 Exam Essentials

Section 10: Transit Gateway

Lecture 59 Introduction to Transit Gateway

Lecture 60 Transit Gateway VPC attachments and Routing

Lecture 61 Hands On: Transit Gateway & VPCs with full routing

Lecture 62 Hands On: Transit Gateway & VPCs with restricted routing

Lecture 63 Transit Gateway VPC Network Patterns

Lecture 64 Transit Gateway AZ considerations

Lecture 65 Transit Gateway AZ affinity & Appliance mode

Lecture 66 Transit Gateway Peering

Lecture 67 Transit Gateway Connect Attachment

Lecture 68 Transit Gateway & Direct Connect

Lecture 69 Transit Gateway Multicast

Lecture 70 TGW Architecture: Centralized outbound internet using NAT

Lecture 71 TGW Architecture: Centralized IPS/IDS with Gateway Load Balancer

Lecture 72 TGW Architecture: Centralized VPC interface endpoints

Lecture 73 VPC Peering vs Transit Gateway

Lecture 74 Transit Gateway Sharing

Section 11: Hybrid Network Basics

Lecture 75 Introduction to Hybrid networking

Lecture 76 OSI Layers refresher

Lecture 77 How IPSec VPN works?

Lecture 78 Static Routing vs Dynamic Routing

Lecture 79 How BGP works?

Lecture 80 BGP Route selection – ASPATH, LOCAL_PREF, MED

Section 12: AWS Site-to-Site VPN

Lecture 81 Introduction to AWS Site-to-Site VPN

Lecture 82 Hands On: Setup AWS Site-to-Site VPN

Lecture 83 VPN NAT Traversal (NAT-T)

Lecture 84 VPN Route Propagation (Static vs Dynamic)

Lecture 85 VPN Transitive Routing scenarios

Lecture 86 VPN Tunnels – Active/Passive Mode

Lecture 87 VPN Dead Peer Detection (DPD)

Lecture 88 VPN Monitoring

Lecture 89 AWS Site-to-Site VPN Architectures

Lecture 90 AWS VPN CloudHub

Lecture 91 EC2 based VPN

Lecture 92 EC2 based VPN – High Availability

Lecture 93 EC2 based VPN – Horizontal Scaling

Lecture 94 AWS Transit VPC

Section 13: AWS Client VPN

Lecture 95 Introduction to AWS Client VPN

Lecture 96 Hands On: Setup the AWS Client VPN

Lecture 97 Hands On: Accessing VPC internet gateway over the Client VPN connection

Lecture 98 Hands On: Client VPN Split Tunnel

Lecture 99 Hands On: Accessing VPC peering connection over a Client VPN

Section 14: Direct Connect

Lecture 100 Introduction to Direct Connect

Lecture 101 Direct Connect Components

Lecture 102 Direct Connect Requirements

Lecture 103 Direct Connect Connection Types – Dedicated vs Hosted

Lecture 104 Steps to create Direct Connect Connections

Lecture 105 Walkthrough: Creating a DX Connection

Lecture 106 Introduction to DX Virtual Interfaces (VIFs)

Lecture 107 DX Virtual Interfaces (VIF) creation parameters

Lecture 108 Public VIF

Lecture 109 Private VIF

Lecture 110 Direct Connect Gateway

Lecture 111 Direct Connect with Transit Gateway (TGW)

Lecture 112 DX and Transit VPC

Lecture 113 DX Routing policies and BGP communities

Lecture 114 Public VIF Routing policies

Lecture 115 Public VIF routing scenarios

Lecture 116 Public VIF BGP Communities

Lecture 117 Private VIF routing policies and BGP communities

Lecture 118 DX LAG (Link Aggregation Group)

Lecture 119 DX Connection Resiliency

Lecture 120 DX Failure detection with BFD – Bidirectional Forwarding Detection

Lecture 121 DX Security & Encryption (VPN over DX and MACSec)

Lecture 122 MTU and Jumbo Frames for DX

Lecture 123 DX Billing

Lecture 124 DX Monitoring using CloudWatch

Lecture 125 DX Troubleshooting – Layer1-4

Lecture 126 Summary and Exam Essentials

Section 15: CloudFront

Lecture 127 CloudFront Overview

Lecture 128 CloudFront Origins

Lecture 129 Hands On: Origin Groups

Lecture 130 CloudFront Origin Headers

Lecture 131 CloudFront Origin Security

Lecture 132 Hands On: Restrict an ALB to CloudFront

Lecture 133 CloudFront and HTTPS

Lecture 134 End-to-End Encryption in CloudFront

Lecture 135 CloudFront Geo Restrictions

Lecture 136 CloudFront Functions and [email protected]

Lecture 137 Hands On: CloudFront Functions

Lecture 138 CloudFront Cleanup

Lecture 139 AWS Global Accelerator

Lecture 140 Hands On: AWS Global Accelerator

Section 16: Elastic Load Balancers

Lecture 141 ELB Overview

Lecture 142 Classic Load Balancer

Lecture 143 Application Load Balancer

Lecture 144 Network Load Balancer

Lecture 145 Connection Idle Timeout

Lecture 146 Request Routing Algorithm

Lecture 147 Sticky Sessions (Session Affinity)

Lecture 148 Cross-Zone Load Balancing

Lecture 149 ELB SSL/TLS

Lecture 150 Connection Draining

Lecture 151 X-Forwarded Headers

Lecture 152 Hands On: ALB X-Forwarded Headers

Lecture 153 Proxy Protocol

Lecture 154 Hands On: NLB Proxy Protocol

Lecture 155 gRPC & ALB

Lecture 156 Hybrid Connectivity

Section 17: Route 53

Lecture 157 What is a DNS ?

Lecture 158 Route 53 Overview

Lecture 159 Route 53 – Registering a domain

Lecture 160 Route 53 – Creating our first records

Lecture 161 Route 53 – EC2 Setup

Lecture 162 Route 53 – TTL

Lecture 163 Route 53 CNAME vs Alias

Lecture 164 Routing Policy – Simple

Lecture 165 Routing Policy – Weighted

Lecture 166 Routing Policy – Latency

Lecture 167 Route 53 – Health Checks

Lecture 168 Route 53 – Health Checks Hands On

Lecture 169 Routing Policy – Failover

Lecture 170 Routing Policy – Geolocation

Lecture 171 Routing Policy – Geoproximity

Lecture 172 Routing Policy – Traffic Flow & Geoproximity Hands On

Lecture 173 Routing Policy – Multi Value

Lecture 174 3rd Party Domains & Route 53

Lecture 175 DNS Migration in Route 53

Lecture 176 Common Route 53 Records

Lecture 177 Route 53 – Subdomain Zones

Lecture 178 Route 53 – DNSSEC

Lecture 179 Route 53 Resolvers & Hybrid DNS

Lecture 180 Hands On: Route53 Resolvers – Part 1 – Setting up VPN

Lecture 181 Hands On: Route53 Resolvers – Part 2 – DNS configuration

Lecture 182 Hands On: Route53 Resolvers – Part 3 – Resolver endpoints

Lecture 183 Route 53 Logging

Lecture 184 Route 53 DNS Firewall

Lecture 185 Solution Architectures for DNS

Lecture 186 Route 53 – Cleanup

Section 18: AWS Network Security Services

Lecture 187 Introduction to AWS Network Security Services

Lecture 188 Recap – Security Groups and Network ACL

Lecture 189 AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF)

Lecture 190 Hands On: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attack simulation and prevention with WAF

Lecture 191 Introduction to AWS Network Firewall (2021)

Lecture 192 AWS Network Firewall – VPC and Route tables

Lecture 193 AWS Network Firewall Components & Rule groups

Lecture 194 Hands On: AWS Network Firewall

Section 19: Gateway Load Balancers (2021)

Lecture 195 The legacy way of using the Network appliances

Lecture 196 Gateway Load Balancer and Traffic flow

Lecture 197 Hands On: Gateway Load Balancer

Lecture 198 Summary: Gateway Load Balancer

Lecture 199 Exam Essentails

Section 20: AWS Management & Governance services

Lecture 200 Introduction to AWS Management & Governance Services

Lecture 201 AWS CloudFormation

Lecture 202 AWS Service Catalog

Lecture 203 AWS Config

Lecture 204 AWS CloudTrail

Section 21: Additional Topics

Lecture 205 AWS Private NAT Gateway

Lecture 206 AWS Network architecture for Amazon Workspaces/Appstream 2.0

Section 22: Final section – Congratulations!

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Lecture 209 THANK YOU!

Lecture 210 Bonus Lecture

Anyone wanting to acquire the knowledge to pass the AWS Certified Networking Specialty Certification,Anyone wanting to understand AWS Networking in depth

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Udemy | English | 28h 47m | 9.11 GB
Created by: Stephane Maarek | AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner,Solutions Architect,Developer

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