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New Pluralsight Course – Amazon Web Services Databases in Depth – Now Live!

Today, Pluralsight released my 12th course. I’ve spent the last few months putting together a fun deep dive into three major database technologies from AWS: Amazon RDS (relational database), DynamoDB (NoSQL database), and Redshift (data warehouse). This 5+ hour course — Amazon Web Services Databases in Depth — explains when to use each, how to provision, how to configure for resilience and performance, and how to interact with each from applications and client tools. The modules include:Getting Started. Here, we talk about the AWS database universe, how databases are priced, and what our (Node.js) sample application looks like.Amazon RDS – Creating Instances, Loading Data. RDS supports SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and MySQL, and this module explains the native capabilities and how to set up the service. We dig through the various storage options, how to secure access to the database, and how to create and load tables.Amazon RDS – Lifecycle Activities. What do you do once your database is up and running? In this module we look at doing b 


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