AWS Developer Associate Certification Training

Last Update January 12, 2022
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About This Course

Enhance your proficiency with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform to develop and deploy robust cloud applications with an AWS Developer Associate Certification. This course helps you implement cloud security best practices and understand what it takes to become an AWS Developer Associate.


Course Overview

Intelligence Gateway’s AWS Developer training builds upon the skills learned from the AWS Technical Essentials course. This course will teach you how to write code and design scalable applications, implement application security and testing, and develop expertise with key AWS components such as S3, Dynamo DB, Elastic Beanstalk, and CloudFormation.



Recent research shows that almost 83% of enterprise workloads would be transferred to the cloud. This means there will be ample opportunities for AWS Developer Associate certification holders. The average salary of AWS certified associates is almost USD 113,932.


Course Curriculum



The AWS Certified Developer Associate Level exam is designed for developers with at least one year of experience coding solutions using AWS for Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service, Amazon Simple Notification Service, Amazon Simple Workflow Service, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and AWS CloudFormation.


To apply for the AWS Developer Associate certification, you should complete the AWS Technical Essentials course or significant hands-on professional experience with various AWS services. You must understand stateless and loosely coupled distributed applications and be familiar with the development of API interfaces. A basic understanding of relational and non-relational databases and familiarity with messaging and queuing services is also required.

Course Content

Section 01: Introduction
Lesson 01: Introduction

Section 02: Getting Started
Lesson 01: Getting Started

Section 03: Core Services
Lesson 01: IAM
Lesson 02: S3
Lesson 03: EC2 and EBS
Lesson 04: ELB and Autoscaling
Lesson 05: VPC
Lesson 06: Databases
Lesson 07: Route 53

Section 04: Command Line Interfaces
Lesson 01: Command Line Interfaces

Section 05: Serverless
Lesson 01: Serverless

Section 06: CI/CD and Developer Tools
Lesson 01: Elastic Beanstalk

Section 07: Security
Lesson 01: Security

Section 08: Docker on AWS: ECS, ECR, and Fargate
Lesson 01: Docker on AWS: ECS, ECR, and Fargate

Section 09: Additional Key Services
Lesson 01: Additional Key Services

Section 10: AWS Serverless WebApp
Lesson 01: AWS Serverless WebApp

Section 11: Live Class Curriculum
Lesson 01: Course Introduction
Lesson 02: AWS Overview
Lesson 03: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
Lesson 04: Amazon Storage Services
Lesson 05: Databases on AWS
Lesson 06: Amazon Virtual Private Cloud
Lesson 07: Amazon Route53
Lesson 08: IAM and security on AWS
Lesson 09: Application and Serverless Services in AWS
Lesson 10: Monitoring on AWS
Lesson 11: Development and Deployment on AWS



Who delivers the training?
All of our highly qualified trainers are AWS certified, with more than 15 years of experience in training and working in their domain. Each of them has gone through a rigorous selection process, which includes profile screening, technical evaluation and a training demo before they qualify as Intelligence Gateway trainers. We also ensure that only those trainers who maintain a high alumni rating continue to train for us.
Is exam fee included in the course fee?
No. The exam fee is not included in the course fee.
What is the question format of AWS Certified Developer Associate exam?
The AWS Certified Developer Associate exam is a combination of multiple-choice and multiple-answer questions.
How hard is the AWS Developer Associate certification?
Industry-recognized certifications are usually difficult and require your consistent effort to achieve them, and so is the AWS developer associate certification. This AWS developer associate training program helps you understand all the concepts clearly, prepare for the exam and finally pass it in a single attempt.
Which certification is more valuable, the AWS Solutions Architect or the AWS Developer Associate?
As AWS certifications are role-based, you can make a choice between AWS developer associate and AWS solutions architect as per your interest. Both certifications are highly regarded by organizations. Also, you may require more experience for the AWS solutions architect certification than the developer associate credential.
How did you prepare for the AWS developer associate certification?
As professionals are already occupied with their job, they prefer preparing for any certification by taking an online training course. Though self-study is also an option, with Intelligence Gateway’s AWS developer associate certification training, you will get guidance from industry experts and become more confident of facing the exam.
How much can an entry-level AWS developer associate earn?
Entry-level professionals who have achieved the AWS developer associate certification can earn around INR 4 Lakhs in India and $68K in the US. According to Payscale, the average annual salary for professionals with this credential is INR 929,608.

Learning Objectives

Deploy elastic cloud solutions
Deploy elastic cloud solutions
Cloud security best practices
Working with S3 EC2 IAM
Using DB services and Dynamo
DBAWS application services
Lambda and Kinesis mgt tools
VPC Route 53 SDK CLI

Material Includes

  • Deploy elastic cloud solutions
  • Deploy elastic cloud solutions
  • Cloud security best practices
  • Working with S3 EC2 IAM
  • Using DB services and Dynamo
  • DBAWS application services
  • Lambda and Kinesis mgt tools
  • VPC Route 53 SDK CLI

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