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International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB) is a software testing qualification certification organisation that operates internationally.

ISTQB is responsible for the “ISTQB Certified Tester”, which is an international qualification scheme and the qualifications in the scheme are based on a syllabus. There is an examination covering the contents of the syllabus. After the examination, each successful participant receives the “ISTQB-Certified-Tester” certificate.

The Foundation Level exam tests for knowledge, not skill. It provides information about the certificate holder’s level of familiarity with the most common concepts of software testing and the associated terminology. It does not require work experience. The Foundation Level exam is a stepping stone toward the Advanced Level, which is more in-depth and much more practice-oriented. Information on the knowledge and skills that need to be demonstrated in order to get the certificate can be found in the syllabi of the Levels.

Course Curriculum

Basic Concepts and Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

• Introduction
• Cloud Computing
• Signing Up For a Free Tier Account
• Free Tier Limitations
• Creating a Billing Alarm
• AWS Global Infrastructure
• Accessing Global Infrastructure via Management Console
• Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
• Amazon Machine Image (AMI)
• Security Groups
• AWS Certificate Manager (ACM)

Getting Started with Amazon EC2 Linux Instances

• Choosing AMI, Instance Type & Configuring Instance Details
• Configuring Advanced Details
• Configuring Storage, Tag, Security Group & Key Pair
• Connecting to Linux Instance from Mac
• Connecting to Linux Instance from Windows PC

Getting Started with Amazon EC2 Windows Instances

• Launching a Windows Instance
• Getting connected to Windows Instance from Mac
• Getting Connected to Windows Instance from Windows PC

Public IPs vs. Elastic IPs

• Static Behavior of Elastic IPs
• Performing Manual Failover using Elastic IPs
• Understanding Elastic IP Charges

An Introduction to Command Line Interface (CLI)

• Install the AWS Command Line Interface on Microsoft Windows
• Configure the AWS Command Line Interface

Launch an Instance via Command Line Interface

• Create a security group and define its inbound rules
• Create a key pair and download the private key
• Finally, launch an EC2 Instance

Load Balancer

• Overview of Load Balancer
• Creating Internet-Facing ELB–>Steps
• Creating SGs for ELB and EC2 Instances
• Selecting a LB Type and Defining It
• Assigning SG to ELB & Uploading SSL Certificate
• Configuring Health Check for Our EC2 Instances
• Registering EC2 Instances and Tagging

Auto Scaling

• An Introduction to Auto Scaling
• Benefits of Auto Scaling
• Components of Auto Scaling

• Auto Scaling Basic Lifecycle
• Creating Launch Configuration
• Start Configuring Our ASG
• Configuring Advanced Details
• Configuring Scaling Policies
• Configuring Notifications, Reviewing and Launching Auto Scaling Group
• Testing our Auto Scaling Group
• Setting Up a Scaled & Load Balanced App–
>Configuring Schedule Based Policies
• Setting Up a Scaled & Load Balanced Application via CLI

Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
• VPC Essentials
• Subnets
• Other Basic Concepts
• Default vs. Non-Default VPC
• Internet Gateway (IGW)
• NAT Gateway
• Route Tables
• Building our First Non-Default VPC
• Access Control List (ACL)
• Configuring our Access Control List
• Overview of VPC Peering
• VPC Peering Configuration

Route 53
• Overview of Route 53
• Benefits and Functionalities of Route 53
• Hosted Zones, Name Servers and SOA
• Scenario 1–>Routing the domain’s traffic to an instance in a VPC
• Scenario 2–>Routing our domain’s traffic towards the Load Balancer
• Scenario 3–>Performing DNS failover using the Health Check feature

Identity & Access Management (IAM)
• An Introduction to Identity and Access Management (IAM)
• Overview of Roles
• Creating Users
• Signing In On Behalf Of Sub Accounts
• Creating and Managing Groups
• Implementation of Roles
• Password Policy
• Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication

Elastic Block Store (EBS) — Volumes
• An Introduction to Elastic Block Store(EBS)
• Benefits of EBS Volumes
• Amazon EBS Volume Types
• General Purpose SSD (gp2) Volumes
• Provisioned IOPS SSD (io1) Volumes
• Throughput Optimized HDD (st1) Volumes
• Cold HDD (sc1) Volumes
• Magnetic Volumes
• Attaching EBS Volumes via AWS Management Console
• Creating EBS Volumes via Command Line Interface (CLI)
• Attaching EBS Volumes via Command Line Interface (CLI)
• Making an EBS Volume Available for Use
• Expanding the Storage Space of an EBS Volume on Windows
• Viewing Volume Information
• Detaching an EBS Volume from an Instance via AWS
• Management Console
• Detaching an EBS Volume from an Instance via Command Line Interface(CLI)
• Deleting an EBS Volume

Elastic Block Store (EBS) — Snapshots
• An Introduction to Snapshots
• Creating Snapshots via AWS Management Console
• Creating Snapshots via Command Line Interface (CLI)
• Viewing Snapshot Information
• Creating Volumes from Snapshots via AWS Management Console
• Creating Volumes from Snapshots via Command Line Interface (CLI)

• Deleting EBS Snapshots
• Copying EBS Snapshot via AWS Management Console
• Copying an EBS Snapshot via Command Line Interface (CLI)
• Overview of Sharing an Amazon EBS Snapshot
• Sharing an EBS Snapshot via AWS Management Console
• Sharing an EBS Snapshot via Command Line Interface (CLI)

Simple Storage Service (S3) and Glacier

• Buckets and Objects
• Creating Bucket and Uploading Objects
• Editing Permissions for S3 Bucket
• Hosting a Static Website
• Versioning
• Lifecycle
• Cross-Region Replication
• Overview of Glacier
• Creating Vault via AWS Management Console
• Creating Vault via Command Line Interface (CLI)


• Introduction to Relational Database Service (RDS)
• DB Subnet Group
• Configuring Database and EC2 Security Groups
• VPC and RDS
• Creating a DB Instance Running the MySQL Database Engine
• Connecting to our RDS DB Instance via MySQL Workbench
• Introduction to DynamoDB
• Creating an Example Table in DynamoDB

CloudFormation, Elastic Beanstalk and OpsWorks

• An Introduction to CloudFormation
• Deploying a Load-Based Auto Scaling Architecture Using CloudFormation Sample
• Elastic Beanstalk
• OpsWorks

Simple Notification Service (SNS) and Cloudwatch
• Overview of SNS
• Simple Notification Service Setup
• Cloudwatch

Storage Gateway and Snowball
• An Introduction to Storage Gateway
• Gateway-Stored Volume Architecture
• Gateway Virtual Tape Library (VTL)
• AWS Import/Export Snowball

Common Troubleshooting Issues and Solutions Troubleshooting
Connectivity Issues
Disaster Recovery

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Course Highlights

  • Prepare candidates for the Certificate in Software Testing based on the ISTQB syllabus.
  • Improve understanding of software testing “its purpose and nature” and to raise awareness of issues and constraints around testing.
  • Provide a professional qualification widely recognised by employers, customers and peers.
  • Introduce test techniques (static, white box and black box) to delegates as well as providing practical experience of some key techniques.
  • Provide a professional qualification widely recognised by employers, customers and peers.
  • Introduce test techniques (static, white box and black box) to delegates as well as providing practical experience of some key techniques.
  • Learn standard terminology.
  • Provide a complete picture of the test activities and processes from requirements review to system implementation; and to discover good sources of information.
  • Enabling software suppliers to hire certified testers and thereby gain commercial advantage over their competitors by advertising their tester recruitment policy.
  • Enabling comparison of testing skills across different countries, testers to move across country borders more easily and multi- national/international projects to have a common understanding of testing issues.

Scope for Fresher and for Experienced for ISTQB (FL) are same.


Who Should Learn?

  • Prepare candidates for the Certificate in Software Testing based on the ISTQB syllabus.
  • Conveys Common Practices for Software Testing.

As test manager and adjunct professor Marc Rene writes, “Certification across an organization gets all testers on the same playing field with terminology, approaches, methodology, and general testing principles. Certifications focus on foundational testing knowledge and sound testing practices. Furthermore, they allow all testers to have a shared understanding about the maturity .

  • Establishes a Framework for Skill Building.

There are many topics available for training in software testing, but which ones are best for the development of your team? The ISTQB certification program lays out a tree structure of training, with well–‐defined syllabi and learning objectives developed by international testing experts. The ISTQB syllabi forms a strong basis of topics and timings that can be applied at corporate and university levels.

  • Builds Credibility and Professionalism for Your Profile.
  • Has International Recognition and Consistency.

Many international companies are adopting ISTQB certification as a way to get consistent training of all their test teams worldwide on a common syllabus.

  • Transfers Practical Knowledge for Software Testing.
  • Learning the Subtleties of ISTQB Terminology and Approaches.

People who have been in the testing field for many years may understand topics from their experience and previous training. However, people with over 30 years experience have failed the CTFL exam – not because they lack knowledge, but because they lack the ISTQB perspective. Small details in understanding can make the difference between passing and failing the exam. The syllabi provides the learning objectives and what should be covered in a training course. They do not convey the knowledge behind the topical outline. That is where formal training comes into play.

  • Instructor Guidance and Feedback.

A good instructor will make sure all learning objectives are covered and that your questions are answered. With self-study, you are largely on your own. Terminology and process details are explained so the candidate will be able to understand the concepts and apply them on the job.

  • Focused Attention.

You are focused on the topic of software testing for a period of time. This is more than just reading a book. (Which, by the way, reading books on testing is something few testers do.

  • Making the Best Use of Your Exam Investment.

A candidate can re-take the exam at any time if they don’t pass. However, each exam sitting is 45,00 for the first time and 2500 for the rest of the times. With training, you have a much better chance of passing the exam, plus you get the benefit of testing training which can be used on the job for years to come.

  • Practical Application.

Any type of software testing training should include practical exercises to reinforce the key concepts. People only retain 50% of what they hear and see, but 90% of what we say and do, so we will have practical approach and discussions.


Training Fearures

We offer a wide range of high quality of teaching and extra-curricular activities.

Instructor-Led Training Sessions

Advanced ILT Session for each modules by expert trainers with live examples

Expert Trainers

We Constantly evaluate our trainers and only the “Best” Provides the Training.

Flexible Schedule

Flexible class timing for all courses

Industry Specific Scenarios

Students are provided with all the Real time and Relevent Scenerio

e-Learning Sessions

Online training sessions are held Live and we provide students with the Training Videos.

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