AWS Firewall Manager Installation

AWS Firewall Manager Installation

A guide on installing and configuring AWS Firewall Manager, a service for protecting applications.

Sign in to the AWS Management Console

Sign in to your AWS account with suitable permissions to initiate the installation process of AWS Firewall Manager.

Open the AWS Firewall Manager Console

Navigate to the AWS Firewall Manager service section in the AWS Management Console to begin the setting.

Choose "Getting Started" or "Set up AWS Firewall Manager"

Click on the appropriate option to launch the set up for the AWS Firewall Manager.

Select the AWS Region

Choose the region to set up AWS Firewall Manager, as the service operates within a specific region.

Create an AWS Firewall Manager Administrator Account

Create or assign an IAM role with sufficient permissions to manage AWS Firewall Manager.

Configure VPCs and Accounts

Specify which VPCs and AWS accounts you wish to protect with the service.

Create a Security Policy

Formulate a policy defining the protections and rules to apply to your resources.

Review and Create

Check the settings for accuracy before proceeding to finalize your AWS Firewall Manager policy.

Create the AWS Firewall Manager Policy

Upon confirmation of settings, establish the policy so the service can start applying security settings.

Monitor and Manage

After policy creation, monitor the status of the secured resources and adjust settings as needed from the AWS Firewall Manager console.

Models for Professional Development

Strategies and frameworks that facilitate career growth, skill improvement and knowledge expansion.

Partner Model

Engage experienced instructors from diverse domains for targeted guidance to new members.

Domain Expertise

Ensuring instructors have deep knowledge in their specific areas.

Tech Proficiency

Instructors should also be versed in leading-edge technology relevant to their domain.


These instructors not only impart knowledge but also mentor new members.

Readiness Model

Preparing new members to be client-facing in 6 months.


Begin with a comprehensive orientation about the company and its clients.

Skill Development

Focus on building technical and client communication skills.

Reviews and Feedback

Regular performance reviews to assess readiness and provide constructive feedback.

Bootcamp Aptitude Model

Payment structure based on bootcamp performance and completion time.

Tiered Payment

Higher pay for high-quality bootcamp completion in shorter timeframes.

Performance Assessment

Regular assessments to measure bootcamp progress and adjust pay tiers.

Skill Enhancement

Continuation of professional growth beyond the bootcamp through additional trainings.

Profitability Goal

The ultimate aim is to make a new member profitable for the organization.

Enhanced Productivity

Improvement in work efficiency may lead to increased profitability.

Client Satisfaction

Clients' positive reviews, resulting in repeat business and new client referrals.

Product Innovation

Encourage new members to think creatively and contribute to product innovation.

Models for Professional Development

Partner Model

Engage Skilled Professionals for Guidance

The Partner Model involves enlisting seasoned instructors from a range of fields to provide focused guidance to newcomers. The instructors are chosen based on their extensive knowledge in their respective fields and their fluency in the most current technology relevant to their sector. These instructors will not only transfer their knowledge but will also act as mentors to the newcomers.

Readiness Model

The Readiness Model is designed to prepare new members to interact with clients within a six months period. It begins with a comprehensive orientation about the company and its clients.

The primary focus of this model is on the development of technical and client communication skills. The performance of the new members is constantly reviewed to assess their readiness and provide constructive feedback, aiding their growth within the organization.

This model ensures that the new members are not only skillful in their domain but also efficient in managing client interactions, contributing to the overall goals of the organization.

Bootcamp Aptitude Model

Payment Structure Based on Performance & Completion Time

The Bootcamp Aptitude Model offers a payment structure that is determined by the performance and completion time of the bootcamp. Those who display a high-quality performance and complete the bootcamp within shorter timeframes are rewarded with higher pay.

Skill Enhancement Continuation

The development of the individual doesn't stop at the end of the bootcamp. Continuous professional growth is encouraged through additional training programs, allowing the members to keep enhancing their skills even after their bootcamp completion.

Profitability Goal

Aim to Make New Members Profitable

The ultimate aim of these models is to ensure that the new member becomes profitable for the organization. This is achieved through enhanced productivity, leading to better efficiency in work.

Profitability also relies heavily on client satisfaction. The better the performance of the members, the more satisfied the clients are, resulting in repeat business and new client referrals.

Moreover, these models promote innovative thinking among new members, pushing them to contribute to product innovation, ultimately benefiting the organization.

Product Innovation

By incorporating these models for professional development in their strategy, an organization can foster a culture of continuous learning and innovation. This can lead to the development of groundbreaking products or solutions that enhance the organization's market position.