AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional 2022: Accelerate Workload Migration and Modernization Competency (Intermediate Level)

  • 30m
  • 30 questions
The Accelerate Workload Migration and Modernization Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark assesses your recognition of how AWS Global Infrastructure and classifying data can help with meeting business needs. You will be evaluated on your skills in deploying and managing DNS name resolution, Linux and Windows EC2 instances, S3 buckets, objects, and storage tiers. You will also be evaluated on your ability to identify when to use AWS Storage Gateway and CloudFront and plan the deployment and management of AWS databases, ElastiCache, EBS volumes, and EFS. Learners who score high on this benchmark demonstrate that they have the skills to determine a new architecture for existing workloads and opportunities for modernization and enhancements.

Topics covered

  • allow limited access by configuring bucket policies
  • attach an Elastic Block Store (EBS) volume to an Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance
  • configure and deploy the Amazon CloudFront CDN to accelerate content retrieval speed
  • configure DNS options for a virtual private cloud (VPC)
  • create a code pipeline
  • create a hosted zone and record set with simple routing policies
  • create a Network File System (NFS) configuration and mount from Linux
  • create a sample Elastic Beanstalk application
  • deploy a Cloud9 integrated development environment (IDE)
  • deploy a cluster using Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
  • deploy and configure a Windows EC2 instance using the console
  • deploy and configure DynamoDB
  • deploy a sample Docker container using Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS)
  • deploy a simple AWS Step Function that invokes a Lambda function
  • deploy AWS Storage Gateway
  • deploy instances using Lightsail
  • identify the best AWS service fit given a specific scenario such as AWS Control Tower for multi-account environments
  • inventory and track AWS resource configurations using AWS Config
  • manage a Linux EC2 instance using SSH
  • recognize when to use specific DNS traffic flow policies
  • recognize when to use various AWS database services including Relational Database Service (RDS) Proxy
  • upload data into an S3 bucket using the Console
  • use Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) to deploy a container image repository
  • use conformance packs to track configuration compliance
  • use the CLI to create an S3 bucket
  • use the graphical user interface (GUI) to deploy a message queue
  • use the Secrets Manager console to examine how app code can retrieve centrally stored secrets
  • view service quotas and request quota increases
  • view various AWS Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
  • work with instance fleets