Hands-on with AWS RDS
What you'll learn
- Understanding Amazon Relational Database Service (AWS RDS) Essentials
- Creating and Managing Relational Database on AWS RDS
- Maintaining and Montoring Database in AWS RDS
- AWS account (you can use free tier account)
- Basic knowledge on relational databases, Structured Query Language(SQL) and database design concepts
- A Windows, Linux or Mac PC/Laptop
This course Hands-on with AWS RDS covers all of the main concepts you need to know about the Amazon Relational Database Service. This course assumes you have no experience on AWS RDS but are eager to learn AWS solution on Relational Database. This course has many hands-on labs such as launching AWS RDS DB Instance, web application with RDS database or Aurora serverless in VPC, Multi-AZ deployments for failover, monitoring performance and encryption on RDS. You will learn AWS RDS essentials, Aurora serverless, RDS operations, and RDS maintenance. You will also get the basic knowledge of other associated AWS services (e.g. S3, IAM, VPC, CloudWatch, and Trusted Advisor) through hands-on labs.
Once you have completed this course, you should be able to deploy your relational database on AWS RDS, operate databases, maintain databases, and set up security on AWS RDS.
Who this course is for:
- AWS beginners and developers
- Database developers and analysts
- Database administrators
Liya Peng is an IT Architect and IT blogger with 20 years of experience in the financial service industry, Ms. Peng focused on various multi-million dollar projects to support global financial transaction and the technical infrastructure refresh to enhance overall performance and functionalities. She holds several IT certifications such as GCP PCA (Google Cloud Certified Professional Cloud Architect), PDE (Google Cloud Certified Professional Data Engineer), AWS Big Data Specialty, AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, SCEA (SUN Certified Enterprise Architect), and PMP (Project Management Professional). She would like to help you shorten your learning curve on information technology.