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SAP-C02 AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional

Exam Specification:

- test Name: SAP-C02 AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional
- test Code: SAP-C02
- test Duration: 180 minutes
- test Format: Multiple-choice and multiple-response questions
- Passing Score: Typically, a passing score of 750 out of 1000

Course Outline:

1. Design for Organizational Complexity
- Determine cross-account authentication and access strategies
- Design for scalable and secure enterprise-wide solutions
- Design for deployment and orchestration across multiple regions

2. Design for New Solutions
- Design multi-tier architecture solutions
- Design high-performance computing (HPC) solutions
- Design for serverless applications

3. Migration Planning
- Design hybrid architectures using AWS Direct Connect and VPN
- Design for large-scale migrations
- Design for database migration

4. Cost Control
- Design cost-optimized storage solutions
- Design cost-optimized compute solutions
- Design cost-optimized network solutions

5. Continuous Improvement for Existing Solutions
- Design for operational excellence
- Design for security and compliance
- Design for troubleshooting and performance optimization

Exam Objectives:

1. Design highly available and scalable systems on AWS.
2. Design secure applications and architectures.
3. Design cost-optimized architectures.
4. Design operationally efficient architectures.
5. Design architectures that are resilient to failure.
6. Design architectures for efficient data storage and management.
7. Design architectures for performance optimization.

Exam Syllabus:

The test syllabus covers the following Topics (but is not limited to):

- High availability and scalability
- Security and compliance
- Cost optimization
- Performance optimization
- Database technologies
- Networking and connectivity
- Hybrid and multi-tier architectures
- AWS services and features (e.g., EC2, S3, VPC, Lambda, RDS)
- Disaster recovery and backup strategies

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If you've been working on building your home gym set up (and your muscle tone), you'll want to get in on one of our favorite deals on Amazon.

Our readers have become moderately (read: completely) obsessed with this deal on Flybird's adjustable weight bench, now $90 for Prime members. It's a sturdy, 4.5-star-rated weight bench that arrives assembled and folds up for easy storage. What a flex.

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Amazon's serving such good fitness deals for fall that we're starting to think the algorithm is trying to tell us to get in shape. Turns out all these big deals on at-home fitness gear, like on Flybird's adjustable weight bench, aren't personal. They are, however, great prices that won't last.


A trusted name in fitness products for the past 20 years, Flybird is known for its innovative weight benches designed with the advice of professional coaches. This durable adjustable bench is made of commercial-grade steel and can support up to 800 pounds.

This weight bench was one of our Amazon Prime Day bestsellers -- our readers snatched up hundreds of these adjustable benches at $100 a pop. Amazon just slashed the price again, this time to $90 for Amazon Prime members (after coupon), the lowest price for this 4.5-star-rated bench we've ever seen.

Key features of the Flybird adjustable weight bench:  

  • The unique triangle design ensures more stability when lifting heavy weights.
  • The bench offers seven back positions and three seat positions, giving variety to your workout.
  • Comes with a removable front foot pad attachment that's great for crunches.
  • Folded, it sits 30" L x 16" W x 9" H, so it can be easily stored.
  • It arrives fully assembled so you can start lifting right away.

Flybird adjustable weight bench, $90 with coupon and Amazon Prime (reduced from $150)

$90 at Amazon

Budget alternative: Amazon Basics weight bench


Looking for a more basic weight bench? Check out this 4.5-rated budget option from Amazon Basics. It's not adjustable, but Amazon reviewers praise the bench for its ease of assembly, sturdiness and price. It supports a maximum of 385 pounds.

Says on Amazon reviwer: "You can buy stronger benches than this, but for home-based, moderate exercise programs, this bench is probably the only one you'll ever need."

Amazon Basics weight bench, $52

$52 at Amazon

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Whether buying Amazon's in-house brand Amazon Basics, or purchasing from heavy hitters like Bowflex and Flybird, Amazon makes shopping for at-home fitness equipment easy. All you have to do is press "add to cart" and motivate for a workout. Amazon will do the rest.

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An MVP of the fitness world, Bowflex known for innovative products that take up less space at home. Known for high quality adjustable weights like the Select Tech 552 Adjustable Dumbell set, Bowflex steamlines your at-home workout to make getting fit assessable whether or not you have a large space in which to workout.

Sold as a pair, Select Tech 552 replaces 15 sets of weights. Used with the brand's JRNY app (free for two months with purchase), track your reps and form in real time. Rated 4.8 stars.

Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells, $379 (reduced from $550)

$379 on Amazon

Bowflex SelectTech Dummbell Stand with Media Holder

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If you're buying a top-rated set of Bowflex SelectTech dumbbells, you're going to want a dumbbell stand to go with it. This 4.7-star option from Bowflex, also on sale, will keep you from bending over, potentially protecting your lower back from injury. The included media rack holds your smartphone or tablet, so you can use the include one-year membership to JRNY, Bowflex's premium fitness training app. Measures 25" H x 26.4" W x 26.9" L.

Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbell Stand with Media Rack, $179 (reduced from $229)

$179 at Amazon

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The hex shape of Amazon's dumbbells keeps your workout space safe from weights that can accidentally roll underfoot. The no-slip grip ensures you'll hold on to your weights safely even if you've just leveled up. Weights range from 10 pounds ($10), all the way up to 50 pounds.

$19 and up at Amazon

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Killexams : Amazon axes some private label brands as part of wider cost cuts

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Amazon is cutting some of its private label brands as part of a broader effort to rein in costs, the company confirmed to CNBC.

In addition to the plethora of products sold by third-party sellers, retailers and household names, Amazon also sells goods produced in-house, similar to a store brand. The number of Amazon's private label brands has expanded rapidly over the years to include things like Goodthreads apparel, Rivet furniture and Presto paper towels, as well as Amazon Basics batteries.

Matt Taddy, vice president of Amazon Private Brands, said in a statement that the company has looked to eliminate some in-house products after determining they didn't resonate with customers.

"We always make decisions based on what our customers want, and we've learned that customers seek out our biggest brands – like Amazon Basics and Amazon Essentials – for great value with high quality products at great price points," Taddy said.

The company didn't say how many private brands it plans to eliminate. Dozens of brands are expected to be cut, leaving Amazon with fewer than 20 house brands, according to The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news.

Amazon is significantly paring back its apparel and furniture brands, some of which will remain on its site until they run out of stock, the Journal reported, citing sources familiar with the matter. The move is part of Amazon's wider cost-cutting initiatives, but also in anticipation of a possible long-awaited antitrust lawsuit from the Federal Trade Commission, the Journal said.

CEO Andy Jassy has been aggressively slashing costs across the company as Amazon reckons with an economic downturn and slowing revenue growth. Jassy has targeted some of Amazon's more unproven bets such as grocery and devices, while freezing corporate hiring and slowing warehouse expansion. The company recently laid off 27,000 employees as part of the largest job cuts in its history.

Amazon's private label business landed it in the crosshairs of antitrust regulators after third-party sellers raised concerns that Amazon executives improperly accessed merchant data to develop their own competing products. Brands have accused Amazon of copying their products and pricing them at levels that make it difficult to compete.

The issue came to a head during a 16-month investigation by the House antitrust subcommittee into competitive practices at Amazon and other Big Tech companies. When asked about the practice, Amazon founder and then-CEO Jeff Bezos said, "What I can tell you is, we have a policy against using seller-specific data to aid our private label business, but I can't guarantee you that that policy has never been violated."

The FTC is reportedly gearing up to file a long-awaited lawsuit against Amazon as soon as this month. The agency has been probing Amazon on a number of fronts, including using its retail dominance to squeeze third-party sellers into its marketplace.

Amazon has said sales from private label brands represent only 1% of its total retail sales. As of 2019, the company said it had 158,000 private label products across 45 brands, along with other brands sold by its online grocery service Amazon Fresh.

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Killexams : Amazon is dropping dozens of in-house brands you didn’t even know it owned

Amazon is dropping dozens of in-house brands you didn’t even know it owned

Amazon is dropping dozens of in-house brands you didn’t even know it owned


Amazon Basics is sticking around, but most other brands aren’t.

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Amazon is slashing the number of in-house brands it offers on its marketplace. The retail giant plans on cutting 27 of its 30 private-label clothing brands as it looks to cut costs and stave off antitrust scrutiny, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

Over the years, Amazon has created dozens of private-label brands across a variety of departments, most of which operate without Amazon branding, such as Solimo, Wag, and Mama Bear. However, this cutback will leave Amazon with just three in-house clothing brands: Amazon Essentials, Amazon Collection, and Amazon Aware.

Additionally, the WSJ notes that Amazon is ditching some private-label furniture brands as well, including Rivet and Stone & Beam. Sources close to the situation tell the WSJ that Amazon will continue to sell products from the now-discontinued brands until they run out. As of 2020, Amazon had 243,000 products for sale from over 45 different private-label brands.

“We always make decisions based on what our customers want, and we’ve learned that customers seek out our biggest brands — like Amazon Basics and Amazon Essentials — for great value with high quality products at great price points,” Matt Taddy, vice president of Amazon Private Brands, tells The Verge in an emailed statement. Taddy adds that the company is “thoughtful” about its private brand selection and that it will retire any items that “aren’t resonating with customers.”

Amazon’s decision to streamline its private label business comes amidst a possible antitrust lawsuit from the Federal Trade Commission. While Politico reported last month that the FTC is readying a lawsuit against the company, the WSJ says Amazon is expected to meet with the agency next week as a “last-rites meeting.”

Amazon’s private label products could still be a target of regulatory scrutiny, as the company was accused of leveraging third-party seller data to create in-house items that compete with other brands in 2020. Last year, the WSJ reported that Amazon started scaling back the number of in-house products it sold to alleviate regulatory pressure.