General

Advanced Developing on AWS The Advanced Developing on AWS course uses the real-world scenario of taking a legacy, on-premises monolithic application and refactoring it into a serverless microservices architecture. This three-day advanced course covers advanced development topics such as architecting for a cloud-native environment; deconstructing on-premises, legacy applications and repackaging them into cloud-based, cloud-native architectures; and applying the tenets of the Twelve-Factor Application methodology.

Reference

SaaS Reference: Review of Real-World Patterns & Strategies There is no single approach to building SaaS applications on AWS. Domain, compliance, performance, legacy considerations, and business forces all play a big role in shaping the architecture of your solutions. While there are many strategies for implementing SaaS on AWS, there are some common architectural patterns that are used to address the varying needs of SaaS providers. In this session, we review in detail a collection of SaaS reference architectures that represent a spectrum of approaches to addressing identity, onboarding, storage partitioning, tenant isolation, billing, deployment, regional distribution, and operational models. Our goal is to provide a menu of concrete solutions that can provide insights into how AWS constructs are leveraged to realize SaaS best practices on AWS

Technology

Beyond the SQL WHERE Clause: Isolating SaaS Multi-Tenant Data in Shared Relational Databases SaaS providers leverage shared resources to maximize agility and minimize costs. As you move toward a more shared model, you must consider how you will still ensure that tenant resources remain isolated. This can be especially challenging when working with a shared relational database where tenant data sits side-by-side in the same tables. In these environments, you must find more creative ways to enforce the isolation of tenant data. In this session, we explore the challenges and approaches to this problem, digging into specific mechanisms and strategies that can be used to realize your tenant isolation goals. This will allow you to move beyond the use of SQL WHERE clauses and focus on less invasive, more systemic models for enforcing isolation. More specifically, we’ll look at how you can leverage Row Level Security (RLS) policies in Amazon Aurora and Amazon RDS to implement a more robust isolation scheme.

Building Serverless SaaS Applications on AWS In this blog post, we discuss how serverless computing and AWS Lambda influence the compute, deployment, management, and operational profiles of your SaaS solution.

Managing SaaS Users with Amazon Cognito This blog post takes a look at the key capabilities of the Amazon Cognito Identity user pools feature. The goal is to touch on the main concepts and provide an introduction to some of the fundamental capabilities of this new feature.

Identity Federation and SSO for SaaS on AWS In this blog post we explore some of the technologies and concepts behind single sign-on (SSO), linking third-party user identity to your applications (identity federation), and some of AWS products and partner solutions that can help with implementation.

Managing SaaS Identity Through Custom Attributes and Amazon Cognito In this post, we will explore how to architect a multi-tenant system and identify tenant context and role using Amazon Cognito, which lets you easily add user sign-up and sign-in to your mobile and web apps. We’ll first explain how to introduce tenant context into a multi-tenant application and then define custom attributes and claims. We’ll also present a few design considerations and show you how to take advantage of custom attributes within a multi-tenant system.

Serverless SaaS Deep Dive: Building Serverless SaaS on AWS The emergence of serverless infrastructure and services represents a fundamental shift in how developers approach architecting applications. This is especially relevant in the world of SaaS, where systems must efficiently and cost-effectively respond to continually shifting multi-tenant loads and profiles. In this session, we dive into all the moving parts of a serverless SaaS application, exploring the detailed code, design, and architecture strategies that are commonly applied to support the complex scale and agility requirements of multi-tenant serverless SaaS environments. We also look at how serverless influences core multi-tenant strategies, including tenant isolation, service decomposition, management, deployment, and identity.

Amazon DynamoDB for Serverless Architectures This digital course provides an in-depth and hands-on introduction to Amazon DynamoDB and how it is leveraged in building a serverless architecture. The course talks about core DynamoDB components and how-to setup and access them in creating a serverless application. You will also learn about several DynamoDB features, best practices and how this NoSQL service is beneficial in comparison to SQL solutions.

AWS Developer: Deploying on AWS self-paced digital course In this course, part of the AWS Developer Series, you will learn how to use DevOps methodologies and tools. You will build and test your application using AWS Cloud9, and deploy to your cloud-based infrastructure with AWS Elastic Beanstalk. You will create a continuous integration/continous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline using AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodeCommit, and AWS CodePipeline. (by edX)

Deep Dive on AWS Fargate: Building Serverless Containers at Scale Containers allow you to craft sophisticated cloud-native applications, but how do you manage scale? In this course you will learn how to better launch and manage your large-scale containerized workloads with AWS Fargate. Dmitriy Novikov will walk through the essentials of AWS Fargate to get the most out of your container deployment and management strategy.

Deep Dive on Container Security Security should be the first concern for any project – maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your architecture. Containers present a unique middle ground between full instance management and pure services.

Introduction to AWS Config An introduction to AWS Config and the process of recording and normalizing configuration changes within your AWS account. We also cover use cases and configuration, and we give a brief demonstration as well.

Running Container Enabled Microservices on AWS In this course, you will learn how to manage and scale container-enabled applications by using Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS). We will explore the challenges of running containerized applications at scale and provide guidance on creating and using Amazon ECS to develop and deploy containerized microservices‒based applications.

Deep Dive Into Container Networking - AWS Online Tech Talks In this tech talk, we will dive deep into microservices networking. We will discuss how you can build, secure, and manage the communications into, out of, and between the various microservices that make up your application.

Introduction to Fargate Amazon Fargate is a highly scalable Docker container management service. Fargate’s new Container Mode runs Docker-enabled applications and automatically manages scaling, load balancing, and availability – all with zero administration. Join us to learn more about how Container Mode works, why we built it, and how you can get started using this powerful new service today.

SaaS Architecture Overview

Microservices Decomposition for SaaS Environments While the rationale for adopting a microservices architecture is well-understood, selecting the right size and scope of your microservices can be challenging—especially in SaaS environments. SaaS microservices must consider your multi-tenant isolation boundaries, your data partitioning requirements, your multi-tenant scaling profile, and your tiering strategy. These services must also be implemented in a model that abstracts away multi-tenant details and accelerates development. In this session, we look at a range of multi-tenant considerations that will directly affect your approach to identifying and implementing services that align with the scale, isolation, cost, and agility profile of your SaaS environment.

Examples

SaaS Identity and Isolation with Amazon Cognito AWS Quick Start This Quick Start implements a high availability solution for identity and isolation in multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) environments, using Amazon Cognito as the identity provider. The Quick Start provides a lightweight SaaS order management system that illustrates different aspects of identity and isolation, spanning the roles in a multi-tenant environment.

Best Practices

Serverless Architectural Patterns and Best Practices (from AWS re-invent) As serverless architectures become more popular, customers need a framework of patterns to help them identify how they can leverage AWS to deploy their workloads without managing servers or operating systems. This session describes reusable serverless patterns while considering costs.

SaaS tenant isolation patterns Tenant isolation is one of the most fundamental aspects of SaaS architecture. Every SaaS provider must consider how to ensure that their tenant resources are isolated and secure. The challenge is that each resource type (compute, storage, etc.) requires different isolation approaches. In this session, we build a clear roadmap for navigating the landscape of isolation options, highlighting the strategies for achieving isolation spanning the different multi-tenancy models and AWS services. Our goal is to create a comprehensive view of the considerations that impact your approach to introducing isolation into your SaaS solution.

AWS Developer: Optimizing on AWS self-paced digital course This course, part of the AWS Developer Series, will focus on helping you optimize your applications and you work in AWS. We strongly recommend that you complete the first course in the series, “Building on AWS” before starting this course. (by edX)

DevOps Engineering on AWS DevOps Engineering on AWS teaches you how to use the combination of tools, practices, and cultural philosophy of DevOps to improve an organization’s ability to develop, deliver, and maintain applications and services at high velocity on AWS. This course covers Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD), microservices, infrastructure as code, monitoring and logging, and communication and collaboration.

Blue/Green Deployments on AWS This paper provides an overview of the blue/green deployment methodology and describes techniques customers can implement using Amazon Web Services (AWS) services and tools.This paper alsoaddressesconsiderations around the datatier, which is an important component of most applications.

Architecting

Advanced Architecting on AWS In this course, you will build on concepts introduced in Architecting on AWS. You will learn how to build complex solutions that incorporate data services, governance, and security on the AWS platform. You will also learn about specialized AWS services, including AWS Direct Connect and AWS Storage Gateway, that support hybrid architecture, and you will learn about best practices for building scalable, elastic, secure, and highly available applications on AWS.

AWS SaaS Factory Architecture Track: Tenant Isolation The goal of this course is to examine the competing forces that influence different isolation strategies, weighing the pros and cons of each approach. This highlights how each of these models are realized on AWS and outlines mechanisms that can be used to prevent cross-tenant access.

SaaS Multi-Tenant Isolation Architectures with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service Kubernetes represents a very compelling model for SaaS providers. However, it also presents new challenges when it comes to isolating the compute resources of your SaaS environment. In this session, we review the general challenges associated with building a multi-tenant with the Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). We examine the fundamentals of SaaS Amazon EKS architecture, evaluating the design considerations, architectural patterns, and best practices that will shape this isolation model of an Amazon EKS SaaS environment.

AWS SaaS Factory Architecture Track: SaaS Identity and Onboarding In this course, you will learn the end-to-end elements of the onboarding process and highlight key considerations of building a robust SaaS identity and onboarding experience, explore a specific approach that leverages OpenID Connect to embed tenant context into your system’s identity tokens, and examine how these tokens can be used to scope access to tenant resources. You will also explore the broader elements of onboarding, including billing relationships and the configuration and provisioning of the tenant environment.

SaaS Storage Strategies Throughout this paper, we assemble and evaluate the common patterns and models that developers must consider as they weigh the business and technical storage requirements of their SaaS environments. The goal is to establish a core set of storage themes and then determine how each of these themes are realized on a range of AWS storage technologies. The paper provides detailed insight into the common considerations that will shape your implementation of multitenancy on top of Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon RDS, and Amazon Redshift. The broader goal is to equip you with a clear, SaaS-focused view of your storage options spanning a range of AWS storage services.

Architecting Next Generation Serverless SaaS Solutions on AWS The emergence of serverless infrastructure and services represents a fundamental shift in how developers approach architecting applications. This is especially relevant in the world of SaaS, where systems must efficiently and cost-effectively respond to continually shifting multi-tenant loads and profiles. We conduct an end-to-end review of all the elements of a serverless SaaS architecture that leverages a combination of AWS Lambda, AWS Fargate, and Amazon Aurora Serverless. We look at how serverless influences the core elements of your architecture, including tenant isolation, service decomposition, management and monitoring, deployment, and identity.

AWS Certification

Prepare for Your AWS Certification Exam See the resources to use when preparing for AWS Certification.

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional 2020 In this course we’ll help validate your expertise with DevOps by covering a variety of topics such as provisioning, operating, and managing applications on the AWS platform. By the end of this course, you won’t just be prepared to sit for your AWS DevOps Engineer - Professional exam – you’ll also gain the advanced technical skills needed to become a DevOps subject matter expert. (by CloudGuru, 5hrs video material)

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional certification exam This exam is intended for individuals who perform a DevOps engineer role with two or more years of experience provisioning, operating, and managing AWS environments.

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional Exam Guide Review the exam guide, which contains the content outline and target audience for the certification exam. Perform a self-assessment to identify your knowledge or skills gaps.

AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional sample questions Review the sample questions, which demonstrate the format of the questions used on the exam.

AWS Certified Security -Specialty Exam Guide Review the exam guide, which contains the content outline and target audience for the certification exam. Perform a self-assessment to identify your knowledge or skills gaps.

AWS Certified Security -Specialty Sample Questions Review the sample questions, which demonstrate the format of the questions used on the exam.

Exam Readiness: AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional The AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional exam validates technical expertise in provisioning, operating, and managing distributed application systems on the AWS platform (classroom course).

Exam Readiness: AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional The AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional exam validates technical expertise in provisioning, operating, and managing distributed application systems on the AWS platform.

Optional Content

Reference

One Year with Sagemaker: enhancing SaaS products based on custom Deep Learning with Econda GmbH In this Software Builders Connect webinar, AWS customer econda GmbH presents will share their journey and learnings of leveraging ML to capture greater business value. (by Dennis Weyland, econda GmbH)

Technology

SaaS Storage Partitioning with Amazon Aurora Serverless In this post, we take a closer look at how Aurora Serverless works and how it influences your approach to storage partitioning in SaaS environments. The goal here is to highlight the implications of the serverless storage model, identifying key areas that will be of particular interest to SaaS developers.

Scaling Multi-Tenant SaaS data with Amazon Aurora Serverless In this webinar, we’ll explore the fundamentals of the Amazon Aurora Serverless architecture and outline how this service directly addresses some of the core challenges of managing multi-tenant data.

SaaS Quick Start Highlights Identity and Isolation with Amazon Cognito The SaaS Identity and Isolation with Amazon Cognito Quick Start equips developers with a full working solution that digs into the nuances of injecting tenant identity into SaaS applications. This Quick Start addresses a broad range of SaaS identity topics with specific emphasis on illustrating how tenant context is introduced via Amazon Cognito and used in combination with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) to scope access to tenant resources.

Hands on with AWS Redshift: Table Design For decades, traditional data warehousing has been integral to business intelligence. But now, we have a new service category in this space: the cloud data warehouse. Cloud data warehouses like Amazon Redshift let you implement data warehousing solutions quickly, at scale, and at a lower cost all with significant gains in performance. In this introductory course, you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of designing, creating, and analyzing tables on Amazon Redshift. (by CloudGuru, 2.5 hrs video material)

S3 Masterclass Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is the most feature-rich storage platform available in the cloud today. S3 provides developers with secure, durable and highly scalable cloud storage. Its easy to use web interface allows you to quickly store and retrieve any amount of data, from anywhere on the web. (by CloudGuru, 9 hrs video material)

Building and Deploying Containers Using Amazon Elastic Container Service This lab demonstrates the use of Amazon Elastic Container Service tp host a simple multi-component web application composed of a website with two supporting API services.

Developing Machine Learning Applications In this curriculum, we’ll explore Amazon’s fully managed ML platform, Amazon SageMaker. Specifically, we’ll discuss how to train and tune models, how certain algorithms are built in, how you can bring your own algorithm, and how to build for particular use cases like recommender systems or anomaly detection.

AWS Certified Machine Learning - Specialty 2020 With this course you’ll get a solid understanding of the services and platforms available on AWS for Machine Learning projects, build a foundation to pass the certification exam and feel equipped to use the AWS ML portfolio in your own real-world applications. (by CloudGuru, 13 hrs video material)

Introduction to Jupyter Notebooks This course is made for beginners, so if you don’t know anything about data science or machine learning but you’re interested in getting started, you are definitely in the right place. Some Python experience is beneficial but not necessarily required. If you can understand basic coding, you will get along just fine. (by CloudGuru, 3 hrs video material)

AWS Lambda@Edge This course is an introduction to creating, deploying, testing, and managing Lambda@Edge functions. Lambda@Edge is an amazing solution that takes Lambda to a whole new level by enabling you to run your function code directly at CloudFront edge locations. (by CloudGuru, 3 hrs video material)

AWS ECS - Scaling Docker Learn to deploy Docker with AWS EC2 Container Service (ECS) in about 6 hours. The main AWS component that you’ll learn about in this course is Amazon ECS, which is the Amazon EC2 Container Service. It’s Amazon’s take on how to manage a cluster of Docker containers. (by CloudGuru, 6 hrs video material)

Docker on Amazon ECS Fargate Using CloudFormation In this video, you learn how to create and run containerized application on Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) with AWS Fargate using AWS CloudFormation and AWS CLI.

Modernize .NET Applications Using the Latest Features on AWS Development Tools Developers are increasingly looking to modernize their .NET applications on AWS, using the AWS development tools for .NET to quickly get started and manage their applications. Join us for this fireside chat where AWS Technical Evangelist, Steve Roberts, and Norm Johanson, Senior Developer on the AWS .NET SDKs and Tools team, dive deep and demonstrate the latest updates to the AWS SDK and tools for .NET to make development for .NET developers even easier and more productive.

Building .NET-based Serverless Architectures and Running .NET Core Explore common approaches to refactoring legacy .NET applications to microservices and AWS serverless architectures.

Import Windows Server to Amazon EC2 with PowerShell This whitepaper is for Microsoft Windows IT professionals who want to learn how to use Amazon Web Services (AWS)VM Import/Export to import custom Windows Server imagesinto Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2).

Examples

SaaS and OpenID Connect: The Secret Sauce of Multitenant Identity and Isolation Identity is a foundational element of SaaS design, and getting it right can be challenging. You need a strategy that allows you to connect users to tenants, roles, and policies in a seamless model that doesn’t handcuff developers. Fortunately, identity providers and OpenID Connect give us a model that equips SaaS providers with the tools they need to address all the moving parts of SaaS identity. In this session, we dive into the details of how you can use these solutions to build a robust identity solution—a solution that covers binding identities to tenants, supports tenant and system roles, and isolates tenant access. The goal here is to provide a concrete example of how to orchestrate all of these elements of the SaaS identity model on AWS.

Best Practices

SaaS Tenant Isolation Architectures This paper covers the different SaaS deployment models and the combination of AWS services and AWS Partner Network (APN) Partner solutions that can be used to achieve a scalable, available, secure, performant, and cost-effective SaaS offering. AWS now offers a structured AWS SaaS Partner Program to help you build, launch, and grow SaaS solutions on AWS. As your business evolves, AWS will be there to provide the business and technical enablement support you need.

The Secret to SaaS (Hint: It’s Identity) Identity is a fundamental element of any SaaS environment. It must be woven into the fabric of your SaaS architecture and design, enabling you to authorize and scope access to your multi-tenant services, infrastructure, and data effectively. In this session, we pair with AWS partner Okta to examine how tenant identity is introduced into SaaS applications without undermining flexibility or developer productivity. The goal here is to highlight strategies that encapsulate tenant awareness and leverage the scale, security, and innovation enabled by AWS and its ecosystem of identity solutions. We dig into all the moving parts of the SaaS identity equation, showcasing the best practices and common considerations that will shape your approach to SaaS identity management.

Practical Event-Driven Security with AWS Cloud applications are enabling businesses to move faster than ever, and with that comes a growing demand for security solutions that are able to keep up. This course will introduce you to AWS services that are used to monitor and report on application and infrastructure events, detect changes to infrastructure, and send required notifications. Through the learnings from this course, you can finally rest assured that your application is secure in the cloud. (by CloudGuru, 4 hrs video material)

Architecting

Multi-tenant Storage with Amazon DynamoDB If you’re designing a true multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) solution, you’re likely to devote a significant amount of time to selecting a strategy for effectively partitioning your system’s tenant data. On AWS, your partitioning options mirror much of what you see in the wild. If you’re looking to use Amazon DynamoDB, you’ll find that the global, managed nature of this NoSQL database presents you with some new twists that will likely influence your approach. The specific needs of your solutions will steer you toward one or more of these approaches. This blog post looks at how these partitioning models map to the different partitioning approaches that are available with DynamoDB.

AWS SaaS Factory Architecture Track: Multi-tenant Data Partitioning The goal of this course is to provide you with an end-to-end review of the common techniques that are used to implement partitioning in SaaS environments. This course outlines the various models for partitioning and concludes with a review of how each storage pattern is realized on Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon S3. We’ll also explore optimization strategies than can be employed to address some of the challenges associated variations in tenant load and data size.

Management & Operations

Testing SaaS Solutions on AWS This blog post highlights the areas where SaaS can influence your approach to testing on AWS. In some cases, SaaS will simply extend your existing testing models (load, performance, and so on). In other cases, the multi-tenant nature of SaaS will introduce new considerations that will require new types of tests that exercise the SaaS-specific dimensions of your solution. This post also examines and provides insights into how expanding the scope of your tests can add value to SaaS environments.

SaaS Monitoring - Creating a Unified View of Multitenant Health Featuring New Relic The goal of this session is to identify specific strategies and tools that can be combined to support the unique set of operational challenges that SaaS providers face. In this session, we look at how analytics, consumption, and application metrics can correlate tenant activity with system health to proactively identify and troubleshoot issues. We also explore techniques for monitoring and managing different SaaS tenant isolation models, such as silo, pool, and so on.

Profiling & Optimizing

Optimizing SaaS Solutions for AWS The adoption of SaaS and a shared multi-tenant infrastructure brings a unique set of challenges that require developers to find new and creative ways to optimize their SaaS applications. In this video, we will explore a collection of strategies that can be leveraged to increase the performance, flexibility, and agility of SaaS environments. You will learn how to identify areas where services, tools, and design strategies can be combined to enrich the agility of your SaaS architecture. 

Optimizing SaaS Tenant Workflows & Costs Designing robust software as a service (SaaS) solutions often requires developers to find new and creative strategies for optimizing their applications. The emphasis in this blog post is on SaaS-specific optimizations that address the complexities introduced by a diverse set of tenants who might be imposing continually evolving loads on your system. Our goal is to identify strategies for reacting and responding to tenant dynamics in real time. AWS offers SaaS developers a rich collection of services that can be applied in a number of different permutations to help optimize a multi-tenant environment. These services represent the dials and knobs that can be leveraged to refine the performance and general profile of your SaaS offering. In this discussion, we will illustrate a few of these models to give you a better sense of what’s possible.

SaaS Metrics: The Ultimate View of Tenant Consumption Understanding the patterns for tenant consumption provides both business and technical teams the data they need to make sound decisions about product packaging, metering, and tiering. Of course, building a robust model for analyzing and attributing tenant consumption can be tricky. In this session, we look at specific strategies for capturing, aggregating, and associating consumption with tenants in a multitenant, shared resource model. We touch on common patterns and strategies that are used to instrument and publish metrics spanning compute, storage, and so on. We also look at how tools and models that can be used to correlate consumption with AWS spend.

SaaS Analytics: What Metrics Should I Be Capturing? Metrics are foundational to SaaS. As your pour tenants into a multi-tenant environment, you must have your finger on the pulse of how tenants are using your system, how they’re consuming resources, which features they’re using, how they are impacting cost, and how quickly new customers are achieving value. These are amongst a few samples of the many metrics-driven decisions that are fundamental to the business, operational, architectural, and agility goals of SaaS providers. In this webinar, we will explore common SaaS metrics, how they captured and aggregated, and how they are frequently applied across a SaaS business. The goal is to blend the technical and business importance of metrics and illustrate how these metrics can be instrumented into your SaaS environment.

AWS Certification

AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate certification exam This examination is intended for individuals who perform a solutions architect role and have one or more years of hands-on experience designing available, cost-efficient, fault-tolerant, and scalable distributed systems on AWS.

Exam Readiness: AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate The AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam validates technical expertise in designing and deploying scalable, highly available, and fault-tolerant systems on AWS.

Exam Readiness: AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate The AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam validates technical expertise in designing and deploying scalable, highly available, and fault-tolerant systems on AWS.

AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate 2020 Learn the major components of Amazon Web Services, and prepare for the associate-level AWS Certified Solutions Architect exam – one of the industry’s most in-demand certifications! (by CloudGuru, 12.5 hrs video material)

AWS Certified Big Data - Specialty 2019 The AWS Big Data - Specialty certification will not only help you learn some new skills, it can position you for a higher paying job or help you transform your current role into a Big Data and Analytics professional. You must already have at least one associate level certificate to take this exam. This course gives you a study guide and tips on what to expect in the exam. (by CloudGuru, 12 hrs video material)

AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder – Specialty 2020 This course uses real-world case studies to teach you how to design and build engaging voice experiences, while preparing you for the AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder – Specialty exam. Get prepared to take this exam with your instructor Kesha Williams (and co-instructor Alexa!), and become an AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder. (by CloudGuru, 6 hrs video material)

AWS Certified Specialty – Security certification exam This certification is intended for individuals who perform a security role with at least two years of hands-on experience securing AWS workloads.

AWS Certified Security - Specialty Exam Guide Review the exam guide, which contains the content outline and target audience for the certification exam. Perform a self-assessment to identify your knowledge or skills gaps.

Exam Readiness: AWS Certified Security – Specialty The AWS Certified Security Specialty exam validates technical skills and experience in securing and hardening workloads and architectures on the AWS platform.

Exam Readiness: AWS Certified Security – Specialty The AWS Certified Security Specialty exam validates technical skills and experience in securing and hardening workloads and architectures on the AWS platform.