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Working with the Amazon Cloud - Developer Edition


Aug 23-24

(9:00am - 5:30 pm)

Engineers, managers who want to understand and implement cloud applications using the Amazon Enterprise Cloud Rs. 9000/- per head* Pune













† Revised Edition – covers almost 70% of IBM Cloud Computing Infrastructure Architect Certification



* Additional Service Tax @ 12.36%


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Working with the Amazon Cloud



This 2-day program from Cralina takes one through all the fundamentals of cloud computing as well as Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud and the infrastructure services which comprise AWS through a delightful mix of lectures, demos and hands-on exercises. By the end of the program one will have enough hands-on experience with AWS to be able to deploy, configure and secure one's own scalable web application(s) on the Amazon cloud. The participant will also learn how to programmatically create and manage AWS services using the AWS APIs.

Target Audience:

  • Engineers/Leads/Managers who would like to get a jump start on programming using Amazon Web Services.
  • Engineers/Leads/Managers who intend to deploy applications or services on the cloud sometime in future
  • Industry professionals who would like to get an in-depth understanding of cloud computing using Amazon Web Services



  • Basic IT application development/deployment concepts
  • For AWS API programming some programming skills are required


Delivery Method: Instructor led, with several visual presentations and hands on demonstrations. Delivered in a narrative style with excellent, relevant and current examples to provide good insight into the world of cloud computing using Amazon Web Services.



  • Introduction to the cloud 
    • What is a cloud?
    • Where did the cloud come from? History, evolution, etc.
    • What a cloud is not: Grid, parallel computing, VM, etc.
    • Characteristics of Cloud computing

  • What makes a cloud?
    • Storage Virtualization
    • Application virtualization
    • Server virtualization
    • Network virtualization
  • Hands-on demonstration of cloud computing
    • Creating an account on the cloud
    • Starting a server instance
    • Allocating storage and other resources
    • Deploying an application
  • Cloud Computing Service Models
    • Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS)
    • Platform as a Service (PAAS)
    • Software as a Service (SAAS)
  • Challenges of Cloud computing
    • Security
    • Data Privacy
    • Performance
    • Availability
  • Cloud Computing deployment models
    • Public Cloud
    • Private Cloud
    • Community Cloud
    • Hybrid Cloud
  • Advantages of cloud computing
    • Cost model change (Capex to Opex only)
    • Reduction in cost of ownership (TCO)
    • On-demand scalability
    • Reliability
    • Shorter Time to Market
    • Reduction in operation overheads
  • The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
    • Creating an account on the Amazon cloud
    • Starting a server instance
    • Allocating storage and other resources
    • Deploying an application
  • The Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
    • The Simple Storage Service
    • Creating buckets and bucket policies
    • Creating and storing objects
    • Retrieving stored data from S3

  • Amazon Elastic Block Store
    • Adding storage to server instances
    • Deploying storage
    • Taking snapshots of EBS
    • Restoring EBS volumes

  • Amazon Elastic Load Balancing
    • Creating a load balancer
    • Adding instances to the ELB
    • Performing health checks on balanced instances

  • Amazon CloudWatch 
    • Setting up Amazon Cloud monitoring
    • Setting / configuring alarms / alerts
    • Notifications on events
    • Monitoring metrics

  • Amazon Dynamo DB and RDS
    • Dynamo DB services
    • Storage of unstructured and structured data
    • Using the Relational Data Service
    • Securing data in Simple DB and RDS
  • Other AWS services
    • CloudFront content delivery network
    • Route53 DNS service
    • Simple Notification Service
    • Simple Queue Service
    • Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, etc.

Creating and managing AWS services Programmatically

  • The need for Amazon API's despite availability of its web-based console
  • Web Application usages
  • Introduction to Boto Library: listing services, meaning of the returned values
  • Hands on with Amazon S3 and Cloudfront (File uploads and Distribution)
  • Monitoring your cloud services: Server Density, CloudWatch
  • Email Integration(Simple Email Service) and Amazon Routing Route53
  • How’s and Do's of Routing using Route53
  • Database and Volume Backup
  • Automatic Scaling of servers (includes image creation)

  • Summary and Q & A

Duration: 2 days


Faculty: Sanjay Suryadevra
Sanjay has 16 years of professional experience in the IT industry having worked for companies like Amdocs, TCS, Infosys to name some. He has worked hands-on on many of the cloud computing platforms such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Windows Azure and Google App Engine. He has also successfully led a migration of a large CRM solution for a global IT company to the Cloud. He also provides consulting on cloud migration.


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o History

o Why Android?

o Android versions and features

- Android architecture

o Software Stack

o Native libraries

- Getting ready for Android development

o Application development framework and tools, using Eclipse

o Emulator

o Writing your first app

- Android core application components

o Activity

o Service

o Content Provider

o Broadcast receiver

- Android core application components

o View

o Intent

- User interface and

o Building layouts using Java, XML

o Different types of Views and Layouts, UI controls

- Resources, Assets

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- The Android Logger

- Persistent Storage

o Using Preference

o SQLite Database : Designing helper classes , working with cursors for insert/update/delete operations

- Content providers

o MIME types

o Searching and adding, changing, removing content

o Working with content files

- Multimedia in Android

o Supported formats

o Playing Audio and Video

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