Cloud Architect Master’s Program

Master's Program

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The Cloud Architect Master’s Program from StarAgile will prepare you to become a professional in AWS, MS Azure, DevOps, and Google Cloud from scratch. You will master how to grasp the architectural concepts and services of the best cloud platforms and build and implement highly scalable, fault-tolerant systems. The four different courses included in the course curriculum will help you learn about various concepts in one program.
  • 225+ hours of Applied Learning40+ In-Demand Skills and 15+ Tools
  • Masters CertificationEarn masters certification on completion
  • Project in 3 domains7+ Real-Life Projects
  • Rs.6 lacs - Rs.17 lacs Annual average salary in India

About the Program

What is the course Objectives?+

With the Cloud Architect Master’s program, you will be able to present your expertise in cloud-based applications and infrastructure. It will prepare you with the fundamental skills necessary for creating and implementing cloud services, fully managed, fault-tolerant, and trustworthy solutions on the leading cloud platform providers. 

A Professional Cloud Architect helps businesses take advantage of Google Cloud services. With a deep understanding of cloud infrastructure and Google Cloud, this professional can design, implement, and manage safe, reliable, flexible, high availability, and dynamic systems to meet business objectives.

Cloud architect designs and implements cloud computing systems. This involves creating the cloud services, the architecture for the cloud application, and the development of the cloud system.

This course is a systematic learning pathway established by industry-leading professionals. You can access over many online classrooms taught by live trainers, several hours of video content, simulation testing, an expert-moderated community, and other tools to ensure your Cloud Architect's function is optimal. The program contains real-world industrial projects that allow you to work your solution through cloud-related technical challenges.

What skills will one gain from this Cloud Architect Master Program?+

If you're considering a career as a Cloud Architect, you should have solid experience in cloud computing or a related technical field.

  • You must be familiar with at least one operating system and a strong knowledge of networking, privacy, programming language tools, versatility, enthusiasm to learn, and effective schedule management and communication skills.
  • AWS certification demonstrates technical proficiency in designing and deploying highly flexible, high availability, and fault-tolerant solutions on the AWS platform.
  • Microsoft Azure is a fast-growing industry leader, and certification demands computing, networking, storage, and security to create Azure-based solutions. Once you have achieved your certification as a qualified Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect, you can begin searching through the available Azure Cloud Architect roles.
  • Google Cloud Platform is a collection of cloud-based services hosted on the same platform as Google's internal products. As a Certified Cloud Architect, you can apply for jobs as a Google Cloud Solution Architect.
  • A Professional Cloud Architect helps businesses to make the most of Google Cloud services. 
  • With a thorough knowledge of cloud infrastructure and Google Cloud, the professional can design, create, and operate safe, reliable, scalable, high availability, and innovative to meet business objectives.

who should take Cloud Architect Master Program?+

DevOps Engineer is a key role. This role is assumed by a leader or someone who is responsible for ensuring that the DevOps strategy is implemented in the end-to-end development of the product while bringing about a positive difference in the environment.  Anybody working in Operations or Development/Engineering teams can opt for a career in DevOps. To become a DevOps Engineer, you may start your career as a Software Engineer/Developer, System Administrator, Automation Test Engineer, or Operations Manager and then progress to become a Release Manager, DevOps Test Engineer, Automation Expert, and finally a full-fledged DevOps Engineer.  The DevOps Engineer Training Online is for those who seek to fast-track their career in the software development industry. People working in the following roles will benefit the most from the DevOps Engineer Course:

  • IT Team Leaders
  • Software Developers
  • Systems Administrators and IT Managers
  • Cloud Engineers
  • Developers
  • Engineers

What are the career benefits of the Cloud Architect Master Program?+

Cloud architects are experts at designing and developing cloud services for organizations, especially cost efficiency and security restrictions. The main objective is to ensure that cloud content has always been accessible and secure for users. Professional architects can serve a wide range of organizations, including IT service providers, and travel as required to reach clients. Cloud architects are typically employed as full-time employees in an office setting.

Cloud architects' job specification responsibilities will vary according to the type of enterprise. Cloud architects' basic job responsibilities may include developing automated scripts, setting specifications for cloud designs, and cooperating with colleagues to facilitate a seamless cloud transition. These architects may be in charge of developing and documenting work processes. Additionally, cloud architects may be accountable for devising automated systems that make use of open source technologies. To perform pre- or post-execution services, cloud architects could communicate with clients and sales managers.

Further, these architects may be tasked to prepare reports on successful cloud implementations. Computer network designers experience about the same rate of job growth as the average for all professions. 

In November 2020, a median yearly income of $128,418 was recorded for cloud architects. Even the world's most innovative organizations, like Adobe and Apple iCloud and eBay and Travelocity and Xerox and the NFL, the NBC in big data couldn't achieve their goals without the assistance of Cloud architects and engineers.

Why become a Cloud Architect?+

There has been a huge surge of interest in cloud computing and infrastructure in recent years, and cloud architects are in high demand worldwide. Many firms have switched to cloud-based platforms to achieve greater scalability, mobility, and security, and cloud solutions architects are among the highest-paid experts in the information technology sector.


Cloud computing has been one of the top three projects planned by IT leaders as they integrate cloud infrastructure into their organizations. Forbes says that IT architects with competence in cloud computing receive a median pay of $137,957.

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Learning Path

  • Course 1
    • Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
    • This Cloud computing basics program will prepare you for the fundamentals and advanced principles of cloud computing. Discover more about cloud infrastructure, services, and hosting. Get a thorough knowledge of basic computing principles, the cloud services architecture, and important AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud concepts.
    • Course Content

    Fundamentals of Cloud Computing Curriculum

    • What is Cloud Computing?
    • Why Cloud Computing?
    • Characteristics of Cloud Computing
    • Cloud Computing – Technologies
    • Cloud Deployment Model - Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud
    • Cloud Service Model - IAAS, PAAS, SAAS
    • Cloud Services – Users
    • Cloud Virtualization
    • Cloud – UseCase
  • Course 2
    • AWS Solution Architect Associate
    • Experienced professionals have designed StarAgile’s AWS Certification program to meet market standards and requirements. With the instructor-led workshops, you will be able to develop and deploy efficient and robust applications on..
    • Course Content

    Module 1- Introduction to Cloud Computing

    1. What is cloud computing
    2. Advantages of Cloud Computing
    3. Types of Cloud Computing based on Service and deployment models
    4. Overview of AWS
    5. Regions and Availability zones
    6. Global Infrastructure

    Key takeaways

    • Understanding fundamental concepts ofCloud computing and AWS
    • Define different types of cloud computingmodels
    • Describe six advantages of cloud computing
    • Identify the difference between AWSRegions, Availability Zones
    • Recognize the shared responsibility model

    Module 2 - Compute Service Overview

    1. Introduction to Amazon EC2

    2. Amazon EC2 Part Console Demonstration

    3. Features of EC2

    a) AMI

    b) Instance type

    c) Instance Purchasing options

    d) Public IP, Private IP, Elastic IP

    e) Instance lifecycle

    f) Placement groups

    g) Security groups

    h) Key Pair

    4. EC2 Product Demonstration (LAB)

    5. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways

      • Demonstrate why to use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)
      • Identify the functionality in the Amazon EC2 console
      • Perform basic functions in Amazon EC2 to build a virtual computing environment

    Module 3- Elastic Block Store (EBS)

    1. Introduction to EBS
    2. Benefits of having EBS
    3. EBS Volume types
    4. Encryption (data security)
    5. Root and Data Volumes
    6. Life cycle Manager
    7. AMI Vs. Snapshots
    8. EBS Product Demonstration (LAB)
    9. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways
    • Explain Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)
    • Identify the functionality in Amazon EBS

    Module 4 - Elastic File System (EFS)

    1. Introduction to EFS
    2. Comparison between EBS and EFS
    3. Mount Targets
    4. Supporting Operating systems
    5. Performance and Throughput in EFS
    6. Benefits of having EFS
    7. EFS Product Demonstration (LAB)
    8. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways
    • Explain Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS)
    • Identify the functionality in Amazon EFS

    Module 5 - Simple Storage Service (S3)

    1. Introduction to S3
    2. Bucket and Object
    3. Object Versioning
    4. Server access logging
    5. Multipart upload
    6. Object lock
    7. Data Encryption
    8. Static Website Hosting
      1. Understanding S3 durability and availability
      2. Storage classes
    9. Cross-Region and Same Region Replication
    10. Introduction to Cloud Front
    11. S3 Product Demonstration  (LAB)
    12. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways-

    • Explain Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
    • Identify the functionality in Amazon S3
    • Identify the functionality in Amazon S3 Glacier
    • Differentiate between Amazon EBS, Amazon S3, Amazon EFS, and Amazon S3 Glacier

    Module 6 - Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

    1. Introduction to VPC
    2. Understanding CIDR
    3. Default and non-default VPC
    4. Components of VPC
    5. VPC and Subnet sizing
    6. VPC Peering
    7. Introduction to VPN and Direct Connect
    8. VPC Product Demonstration (LAB)
    9. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways

    • Recognize the basics of networking
    • Describe virtual networking in the cloud with Amazon VPC
    • Label a network diagram
    • Design a basic VPC architecture
    • Indicate the steps to build a VPC

    Module 7 - Database Services

    1. Introduction to RDS
    2. Types of Database engines in RDS
    3. Database Subnet group
    4. Database Read Replicas
    5. Manual and Automatic snapshots
    6. Multi-AZ Deployment
    7. Alternative to RDS
    8. RDS Product Demonstration (LAB)
    9. Introduction to DynamoDB
    10. Durability and performance
    11. Dynamo DB Basic components
    12. Introduction to Elastic Cache
    13. Introduction to Redshift
    14. Data Security & Performance
    15. Knowledge check

     Key takeaways

    • Explain Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS)
    • Identify the functionality in Amazon RDS
    • Explain Amazon DynamoDB
    • Identify the functionality in Amazon DynamoDB
    • Explain Amazon Redshift
    • Perform tasks in an Amazon RDS database such as launching, configuring, and interacting

    Module 8 - Route 53

    1. Introduction to Route53
    2. Domain Registration
    3. Public and Private Hosted Zone
    4. Routing Policies
    5. Types of DNS Servers
    6. Types of DNS Queries
    7. Global Accelerator
    8. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways

    • Identify the fundamentals of Amazon Route53
    • Understanding Routing policies

    Module 9 - Identity And Access Management

    1. Introduction to IAM
    2. IAM Features
    3. Protect your AWS by the different authentication system
    4. AWS User Account and Groups in detail
    5. Associating policies to the user and groups
    6. Introduction about Roles and their use
    7. Multi-Factor Authentication
    8. AWS Organization
    9. IAM Product Demonstration (LAB)
    10. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways

    • Recognize IAM users, groups, and roles
    • Describe different types of security credentials in IAM
    • Identify the steps to securing a new AWS account
    • Explore IAM users and groups

    Module 10 - AWS Security Management

    1. Well-Architected Framework – The 5 pillars of AWS
    2. Describing Trusted Advisor
    3. Importance of Cloud Trail
    4. How Cloud Trail Works
    5. Cloud Trail Concepts
    6. Insights Events
    7. Cloud Trail Event History
    8. Validating Cloud Trail log file Integrity
    9. Cloud Watch (Monitoring Service)
    10. Introduction to Cloud Watch
    11. How Cloud Watch Works
    12. Cloud Watch Concepts
    13. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways

    • Describe the AWS Well-Architected Framework, including the five pillars
    • Identify the design principles of the AWS Well-Architected Framework
    • Explain the importance of reliability and high availability
    • Identify how AWS Trusted Advisor helps customers

    Module 11 - Application Integration Service

    1. Introduction to SNS
    2. How SNS works
    3. Topic
    4. Introduction to SQS
    5. Life Cycle of an SQS message
    6. SQS Limits
    7. SQS Retention period
    8. Types of message queues
    9. FIFO queue
    10. Standard queue
    11. Benefits
    12. How SQS is different from SNS
    13. SNS & SQS Product Demonstration (LAB)
    14. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways

    • Reliable and scalable hosted queues for storing messages as they travel between computers
    • A web service that enables applications, users and devices to instantly send and receive notifications from the cloud

    Module 12 - Elastic Load Balancer & Auto Scaling

    1. Introduction to ELB
    2. Necessity of Load Balancer
    3. Features of Load Balancer
    4. Availability Zones and Load Balancer nodes
    5. Internal and Internet Load Balancer
    6. Cross Zonal Load Balancer
    7. DNS setup for ELB
    8. Introduction to Auto Scaling
    9. Entities of Auto Scaling
    10. Auto Scaling Groups
    11. Manual and Dynamic Scaling
    12. ELB & ASG Product Demonstration (LAB)
    13. Knowledge check

    Key takeaways

    • Indicate how to distribute traffic across Amazon EC2 instances by using Elastic Load Balancing
    • Identify how Amazon CloudWatch enables you to monitor AWS resources and applications in real-time
    • Explain how Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling launches and releases servers in response to workload changes

    Module 13 - Other Services (High-Level Description)

    1. Lambda
    2. FSx
    3. Cloud Formation
    4. Migration Services
    5. Data Migration
    6. Snowball
    7. Snowball Edge
    8. Snow Mobile
    9. Database Migration
    10. Storage Gateway
    11. File Gateway
    12. Volume Gateway
    13. Tape Gateway
    14. Certificate Manager

    Key takeaways

    • Demonstrate when to use AWS Lambda
    • Importance of FSx
    • What is Cloud Formation (IAAC)
    • Explain about Migration Services
  • Course 3
    • DevOps Certification Training
    • This DevOps certification training will help you master the art and science of improving your entire team's development and operational activities. With this DevOps course, you will build expertise via hands-on projects in continuous deployment, using configuration management tools such as Puppet, SaltStack, and Ansible.
    • Course Content

    Module 1 - DevOps Essentials

    Why DevOps? 
    What is DevOps?
    Agile and DevOps
    DevOps Lifecycle
    DevOps Market Trends
    DevOps Delivery Pipeline 
    DevOps Ecosystem & Use Case
    Introduction to Virtualization
    Introduction to Cloud Computing

    Module 2 - Managing Source Code - Git and GitHub

    Overview of Version Control systems
    Central vs Distributed Control systems
    Introduction to Git
    Git file workflow
    Important Git Commands
    Branching and Merging, Stashing, Rebasing, Reverting and Resetting 
    Introduction to GitHub
    Using Git and GitHub together.

    Module 3 – Understanding and using Build tools

    Overview of Various Build tools
    What is Maven
    Maven Plugins
    Maven Archetypes
    Project Object Model (POM)
    Source Control Integration

    Module 4 - Containerization basics using Docker

    What and Why of Containers
    Difference between VMs and Containers
    Docker Architecture and Components
    Image Distribution using Docker Hub
    Working with Containers and Docker Hub

    Module 5 - Continuous Integration using Jenkins

    Overview of Continuous Integration
    Overview of Jenkins 
    Jenkins architecture
    Installing and Configuring Jenkins
    Jenkins Management
    Jenkins Build Pipeline

    Practical’s to be covered: 
    Installing and configuring Jenkins
    Creating a build using Jenkins
    Integrating with Jenkins
    Working with Jenkins Pipelines

    Module 6 - Continuous Testing

    Overview of Continuous Testing
    Software Testing Life cycle
    Different Types of Testing
    Test -Driven Development Approach using Junit
    Testing Web Applications using Selenium

    Practical’s & Demo to be covered:
    Test-Driven Development Approach using Junit, Working with Selenium

    Module 7 - Docker Commands and Use-cases

    Docker Files
    Docker Compose
    Docker Networking
    Docker Swarm

    Practical’s to be covered: 
    Building Images using Docker File
    Creating multi-containers using Docker Compose
    Creating User-Defined Networks
    Working with Docker Swarm

    Module 8 – Introduction to Kubernetes

    Basics of Kubernetes container orchestration
    Differences between Docker Swarm and Kubernetes
    Kubernetes Architecture
    Installing Kubernetes using Kubeadm
    Creating Pods and Deployments using YAML
    Selectors & Labels in Kubernetes
    Working with Jobs 
    Using ReplicaSets & Rolling Updates 
    Scheduling the applications on the container
    Services in Kubernetes

    Hands-on workshop description: 
    Installing Kubernetes
    Creating Pods and Deployments
    Working with Jobs
    Using ReplicaSets & Rolling Updates 
    Scheduling the applications on the container
    Services in Kubernetes

    Module 9 - Configuration Management using Chef

    Chef Fundamentals
    Chef Architecture & Components – Server, Workstation and Nodes 
    Chef Resources
    Recipes and Cookbooks
    Chef Resources 
    Using AWS OpsWorks

    Practical’s to be covered: 
    Creating Stack using AWS OpsWorks

    Module 10 - Configuration Management using Ansible

    Overview of Configuration Management
    Introduction to Ansible
    Ansible Architecture
    Ansible Components
    Installation & Configuration
    Writing Ansible Playbooks
    Working with Ansible Modules
    Creating Roles using Ansible Galaxy

    Practicals to be covered:
    Write Ansible playbooks for Configuration Management Tasks.

    Module 11 - Continuous Monitoring using Nagios

    Introduction to Nagios
    Nagios Plugins
    Nagios Objects
    Nagios Commands & Nagios Notifications

    Practicals to be covered: 
    Installing Nagios
    Monitoring different servers using Nagios

    Module 12 - AWS DevOps Services

    Why Cloud?
    Overview of AWS
    Overview of AWS DevOps 
    Introduction to CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy and CodePipeline 
    Working with CloudFormation & Terraform

     Practicals & Demo to be covered:  
    Working with Code Commit & Deploy an application using CodePipeline, 
    Working with CloudFormation & Terraform
  • Master's Program Certificate

Agile Master's Certification

Data Scientist certificate



Is this live training or will I watch pre-recorded videos?+

The Digital Project Management online training is conducted through live streaming. The training has interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time.

Do you provide a Money back guarantee?+

Yes. We provide a seven-day money-back guarantee for our Master’s programs, for more details call us at 95133 93880

What courses will be available for live instructor led online classes?+

  • AWS Solutions Architect
  • DevOps Certification Training
  • Microsoft Azure Fundamentals

How do I become a Cloud Architect?+

Cloud computing is one of the most in-demand career paths in today's technology revolution period. According to LinkedIn, Cloud Technology is the second most in-demand skill for 2021, and numerous firms are employing professionals with this skill set.

In order to become a cloud architect, we recommend you to register for our Master’s program to learn all the courses covered and the learning path is discussed below in brief.

Cloud Architects' primary objective is to transform a project's technical requirements into design and architecture, leading to the development of the outcome. Additionally, they serve as a bridge between complex cloud challenges and internal solutions.

The following are some of the tools used by Cloud Architects to create their architecture diagrams

  • Visual Paradigm
  • Cloudcraft
  • Arcentry
  • Azure

These specialists should examine various aspects, including cost, the expertise of the given solution, and the speed availability of the cloud. Cloud computing is the fundamental building component of their ideas, and they require an effective illustration to bring those concepts to life and implement them. This is why diagrams are critical to this architecture's design. You can learn about all these tools and diagrams as part of the Master’s program.

To be an Architect, you must have experience in Cloud Computing or another type of information technology. Their technical abilities are their most valuable asset. The following are some of the Cloud Architect requirements which are covered in the program to make you a professional cloud architect.

Working knowledge of AWS and other cloud providers

  • MySQL expertise
  • Proficiency in Java programming
  • Competences in network management
  • Practical experience with open-source tools like Kubernetes and Docker
  • Data storage and data-security expertise
  • Proven track record of project management

Can a fresher take Cloud Architect Master Program?+

If you're seeking more experience in cloud computing, begin by determining your objectives and areas of interest.

Whichever certification path you choose, you will not be locked into a specific Cloud Architect Master Program. Because multi-cloud credentials are in high demand, you can easily switch between cloud providers, increasing your value to prospective employers in the procedure.  Additionally, there are other cross-cloud tools and capabilities worth investing time in.

To develop the skills necessary for certification, choose a Cloud Architect Master training program that includes hands-on cloud experience. This way, even as a fresher you can learn and continue growing your abilities while looking for work.

What are the tools included in this Cloud Architect Master Program?+

Ansible, Chef, Docker, GIT, Jenkins, Kubernetes, Maven, Nagios etc

What are the pre-requisites for this Cloud Architect Master Program?+

 Any Scripting Language Knowledge and Linux Fundamentals

Who are the instructors for this Cloud Architect Master Program and how are they selected?+

The instructors for this Cloud Architect Master Program have worked on various real-world projects in their respective industries. 

  • The instructors have years of expertise in the technologies covered in the course.
  • Instructors are at the expert level and are completely updated on their teaching areas since they continue to work on real-world industrial applications.
  • Possess a strong theoretical and practical knowledge base. 
  • The instructors for this Cloud Architect Master Program are certified professionals with a high level of competence. 
  • They are well-connected with the hiring professionals in global corporations who can guide participants to get the right job.

What jobs can I pursue after the Cloud Architect Master Program?+

After getting these cloud architect certifications, you can pursue exciting career prospects as a Solutions Architect, Network Architect, Software Architect, or cloud engineer.

The cloud architect is in charge of the design and implementation of cloud computing systems. This comprises the architecture of the cloud infrastructure, cloud services, and cloud security.

Jobs in cloud administrations are expected to grow at a 5% rate over the next ten years. This is comparable to the national average in terms of job growth. And, as more businesses transition to cloud computing, demand for such jobs will continue to grow. As a Cloud Architect in the United States, you'll be required to work consistently. The average salary for this job is $141,000 per year.

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