Great link that explains how to grab InstanceId from a AWS CLI query when filtering by tag info!!! Huge time saver!!!
When using the “receive_message” Python Boto function to pull message(s) from a SQS queue, you will always get a response back when the command completes. However, how do you determine if the response you got back actually contains a valid message?
response = sqs.receive_message
if 'Messages' in response: print("Message on the queue to process")
else: print("No messages on the queue to process")
Thats about it!!
Its time to study for AWS Certification #3. I took a little time off, but no more! This time I am going for the SysOps Administrator – Associate certificate. I guess its a little harder than the other 2 certifications I passed, but still within range!
Whats hard about some of these certifications is you don’t actually work with all covered material day-to-day. Spinning up EC2 instances and creating security groups it pretty standard, but when it comes to things like networking, those tasks are not typically done by me.
So my plan is going to be the following to pass the exam:
Passed the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate (Released February 2018) exam today!
These exams are both fun and a little stressful, but you do learn a lot while studying!!!
Will post the overall score results when I get them!
I’m getting ready to take the AWS Solutions Architect Associate 2018 test. Below are some final items I need to review before the exam.
Passed the AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam! My broad study plan worked great!
Below are my results.
|Overall Score: 96%|
|Topic Level Scoring:
1.0 AWS Fundamentals: 100%
2.0 Designing and Developing: 100%
3.0 Deployment and Security: 87%
4.0 Debugging: 100%
Next step is to attempt the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam.
Below is my plan to obtain the AWS Developer Certification.
For each of the following areas listed further down, I am trying to do the following:
Here are the areas I am covering in preparation for the exam.
The exam is only 55 questions, so i’m not sure how in depth the exam will go on each of these. Regardless, its a good to review all of the areas!