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Planning and Designing Databases on AWS, 3 days

Delivered at your office or a training centre, in groups or 1-2-1

In this course, you will learn about the process of planning and designing both relational and nonrelational databases. You will learn the design considerations for hosting databases on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). You will learn about our relational database services including Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon Aurora, and Amazon Redshift. You will also learn about our nonrelational database services including Amazon DocumentDB, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon ElastiCache, Amazon Neptune, and Amazon QLDB.

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Key features

  • Live instructor-led course with 18 hours of training
  • Session runs from 9.30–5pm with normal breaks included
  • Fully certified trainer
  • Get key skills and practical knowledge
  • This course is available for delivery at your office, 1-2-1 and groups – contact us
  • Course materials included
  • Recognised course certificate

What will I learn?


I found the pace perfect for the group as we all had differing levels of experience”

Karen C

Lesson 1

Database Concepts and General Guidelines Topic A: Databases in the cloud Topic B: Database design principles Topic C: Transactional compliance

Lesson 2

Database Planning and Design Topic A: Workload requirements Topic B: Design considerations

Lesson 3

Databases on Amazon EC2Topic A: Amazon EC2 for hosting databases

Lesson 4

Purpose-Built DatabasesTopic A: The journey to AWS Topic B: Data modeling basics

Lesson 5

Databases on Amazon RDSTopic A: Amazon RDS databases Topic B: Amazon RDS distinguishing features Topic C: Amazon RDS Design considerations

Lesson 6

Databases in Amazon Aurora Topic A: Amazon Aurora databases Topic C: Aurora distinguishing features Topic D: Aurora design considerations

Lesson 7

Databases in Amazon Aurora (continued) Lab 2: Working with Amazon Aurora databases

Lesson 8

Databases in Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) Topic A: Amazon DocumentDB Topic B: Amazon DocumentDB design considerations Lab 3: Working with Amazon DocumentDB databases

Lesson 9

Amazon DynamoDB Tables Topic A: Amazon DynamoDB Topic B: DynamoDB data modeling Topic C: DynamoDB distinguishing features Topic D: DynamoDB design considerations Lab 4: Working with Amazon DynamoDB Tables

Lesson 10

Databases in Amazon Neptune Topic A: Amazon Neptune Topic B: Neptune design considerations Module 10: Databases in Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (Amazon QLDB) Topic A: Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (Amazon QLDB) Topic B: Amazon QLDB Design Considerations

Lesson 11

Databases in Amazon ElastiCache Topic A: Amazon ElastiCache Topic B: ElastiCache for Memcached Topic C: ElastiCache for Redis

Lesson 12

Data Warehousing in Amazon Redshift Topic A: Amazon Redshift Topic B: Amazon Redshift distinguishing features Topic C: Amazon Redshift data modeling Topic D: Amazon Redshift design considerations Lab 5: Working with Amazon Redshift Clusters

Lesson 13

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