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Learn RDS and Aurora databases with clear lectures, diagrams, and demos. Prepare for real-life work and certification.
What you’ll learn
Understand basic database concepts and how they fit into AWS RDS and Aurora
Create relational databases that are highly available and scalable
Configure read replicas, multi-az availability, backups, and global multi-region databases
Learn about the benefits of Aurora including serverless, and create database clusters
Do you need to understand databases in AWS RDS and Aurora? Have you found that many training resources use complex technical jargon that makes it difficult to understand the basic concepts?
If you need to get a basic understanding of RDS and Aurora quickly and clearly, this is the course for you.
This course addresses the following topics:
Understand the difference between relational and non-relational databases
Learn key database concepts including ACID, BASE, structured and unstructured data, and more
Understand the nature of the RDS managed service
Learn how to use RDS automated backups and on-demand snapshots
Secure RDS and Aurora databases using security groups, SSL/TLS. and encryption
Understand database authentication using IAM and Secrets Manager
Use parameter groups and option groups to customize databases
Deploy Multi-AZ databases to provide failover
Scale-out databases using read replicas
Understand the architecture and features of Aurora
Deploy provisioned and serverless Aurora DB clusters
Deploy Aurora databases across multiple regions using global databases
I have taught hundreds of thousands of students across a variety of platforms, and I think anyone who needs to understand Firewalls will love this course. Most lectures in this course are 5 – 15 minutes long.
If you need to work with RDS and Aurora, this course will give you a strong foundation, and is the ideal starting point.
Who this course is for:
Anyone preparing for the AWS Certifications including Architect Associate, Database Specialty, Sysops, and more.
Anyone who needs to create, manage, and design relational databases
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