AWS Certified Developer(Associate)

The AWS Developer Associate training picks up where the AWS Technical Essentials course left off, showing you how to plan, design, and deploy scalable cloud solutions using Amazon Web Services (AWS). You will learn to work with the key AWS components such as S3, EC2, IAM, DB services, DynamoDB, AWS application services, cost management, Lambda and Kinesis management tools, VPC, Route 53, SDK, CLI, and AWS security features. The course is designed to improve your mastery working with AWS and to help you pass the AWS Developer Associate Exam on the first attempt.

For Whom

The AWS Certified Developer Associate Level exam is designed for developers who have one or more years 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 Cloud Formation.


  1. Validate your skills and knowledge in the preeminent cloud computing platform.
  2. Are consistently listed among the top-paying info-tech certifications worldwide.
  3. Garner more interviews for aspiring cloud specialists and higher wages once hired.
  4. Are recognized industry-wide as reliable and well-designed tech credentials. Provide access to a network of like-minded peers and AWS thought-leaders.


To apply for AWS Developer Associate certification, you must have fulfilled the following prerequisites :

  1. Completed AWS Technical Essentials course or significant hands-on professional experience with various AWS services.
  2. Understanding of stateless and loosely coupled distributed applications
  3. Familiarity developing API interfaces
  4. Basic understanding of relational and non-relational databases
  5. Basic understanding of relational and non-relational databases


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