"In my 20 years in technology, I have never met a person who would passionately enjoy managing relational databases. The good news is that now you won't have to."
- Miiro Juuso, Founder of Releaseworks
Learn from industry-leading DevOps and Cloud Engineers at Releaseworks:
In the next 60 minutes, you will learn how to run managed databases in AWS with Amazon RDS. Amazon Relational Database Service, or RDS, takes care of the operational aspects of running databases, like taking backups, upgrading versions, and setting up high availability, helping you to concentrate on what matters most. Amazon RDS supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, MS SQL Server, Oracle, and Aurora databases.
Amazon RDS in 60 Minutes includes 4 labs to help you practice along with the instructor, and learn by doing.
This course includes all you need to know to get started with RDS, carefully distilled into just one hour of lessons and hands-on labs. We will also provide you access to all the code examples and commands we use in this course to get you started in your own projects.
If you want to have a managed SQL database running in AWS within the next hour, tap Enroll Now, and let’s get started.
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Releaseworks is an upskilling-focussed DevOps and cloud engineering consultancy based in London. We help some of the largest digital organizations in the world to take full advantage of the cloud, and implement DevOps ways of working. Our mission is to help software development teams release better software, faster. Releaseworks Academy is the collection of learning resources that we use to upskill the software development teams of our clients, as well as our own cloud engineers.