Planning and Designing Databases on AWS
Both relational and nonrelational databases’ planning and design processes will be covered in this Planning and designing Databases on AWS course. You will learn about design factors for databases hosted on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (AmazonEC2). The relational database services we offer, such as Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon Aurora, and Amazon Redshift, will be covered. Once you have completed this AWS training, you can plan and design all 8 requirements of AWS database services, their advantages and disadvantages, and how to determine which AWS databases service is best for your workloads. You will also explore nonrelational database services, including Amazon DocumentDB, Amazon Neptune, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon ElastiCache and Amazon QLDB.
The Planning and Designing On AWS course will include the following things:
- Live Presentations
- Hands-On Labs
Module 0: Planning and Designing Databases on AWS
Module 1: Database Concepts and General Guidelines
- Databases in the cloud
- Database design principles
- Transactional compliance
Module 2: Database Planning and Design
- Workload requirements
- Design considerations
Module 3: Databases on Amazon EC2
- Amazon EC2 for hosting databases
Module 4: Purpose-Built Databases
- The journey to AWS
- Data modeling basics
Module 5: Databases on Amazon RDS
- Amazon RDS databases
- Amazon RDS distinguishing features
- Amazon RDS Design considerations
- Lab 1: Working with Amazon RDS databases
Module 6: Databases in Amazon Aurora
- Amazon Aurora databases
- Aurora distinguishing features
- Aurora design considerations
Module 6: Databases in Amazon Aurora (continued)
- Lab 2: Working with Amazon Aurora databases
Module 7: Databases in Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility)
- Amazon DocumentDB
- Amazon DocumentDB design considerations
- Lab 3: Working with Amazon DocumentDB databases
Module 8: Amazon DynamoDB Tables
- Amazon DynamoDB
- DynamoDB data modeling
- DynamoDB distinguishing features
- DynamoDB design considerations
- Lab 4: Working with Amazon DynamoDB Tables
Module 9: Databases in Amazon Neptune
- Amazon Neptune
- Neptune design considerations
Module 10: Databases in Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (Amazon QLDB)
- Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (Amazon QLDB)
- Amazon QLDB Design Considerations
Module 11: Databases in Amazon ElastiCache
- Amazon ElastiCache
- ElastiCache for Memcached
- ElastiCache for Redis
Module 12: Data Warehousing in Amazon Redshift
- Amazon Redshift
- Amazon Redshift distinguishing features
- Amazon Redshift data modeling
- Amazon Redshift design considerations
- Lab 5: Working with Amazon Redshift Clusters
Module 13: Course Review
Is Cloud Wizard Consulting an official AWS training partner?
Yes, we have been since 2015.
Can anyone take up this course?
You can enroll in this course if you belong to the following category of individuals:
- IT Individuals
- IT Solution architects
- Data engineers
What are the requirements for this course?
Here are the requirements for this AWS course:
- Grasping of database designs and/or data modeling for other relational or non relational databases, as well as familiarity with AWS Database Services, which is equivalent to AWS Database Offerings online training
- Knowledge of cloud computing principles
- Knowledge of basic networking and encryption principles
- Knowledge of the data’s three V’s
What does the fee for this course include?
The fee for this covers the following things:
- Official AWS Curriculum Kit.
- Professional training delivery by an Amazon-certified instructor.
- Exam prep assistance for AWS Cloud Proaction Exam.
How do I enroll in this course?
To enroll in this course, choose the starting date and make an online payment. Once your payment is confirmed, our team will reach out to you.