Planning and Designing Databases on AWS
Learn the process of planning and designing relational and non-relational databases on Amazon solutions.
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. By the end of this course, you will be familiar with the planning and design requirements of all 8 of these AWS databases services, their pros and cons, and how to know which AWS databases service is right for your workloads.
Available formats for this course
Duration3 days/24 hours of instruction
Public Classroom Pricing
Starting at: $2025(USD)
Group Rate: $2025
Get the full details on this course. Download the .PDF Brochure below:
- Planning and Designing Databases on AWS
- Database Concepts and General Guidelines
- Database Planning and Design
- Databases on Amazon EC2
- Purpose-Built Databases
- Databases on Amazon RDS
- Databases in Amazon Aurora
- Databases in Amazon Aurora (continued)
- Databases in Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility)
- Amazon DynamoDB Tables
- Databases in Amazon Neptune
- Databases in Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (Amazon QLDB)
- Databases in Amazon ElastiCache
- Data Warehousing in Amazon Redshift
- Course Review
Note: course outline may vary slightly based on the regional location and/or language in which the class is delivered.
- Data platform engineers
- Database administrators
- Solutions architects
- IT professionals
- Apply database concepts, database management, and data modeling techniques
- Evaluate hosting databases on Amazon EC2 instances
- Evaluate relational database services (Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, and Amazon Redshift) and their features
- Evaluate nonrelational database services (Amazon DocumentDB, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon ElastiCache, Amazon Neptune, and Amazon QLDB) and their features
- Examine how the design criteria apply to each service
- Apply management principles based on the unique features of each service
A full refund will be issued for class cancellations made at least 10 business days before the course begins. Payment is non‑refundable for cancellations or reschedules made within 10 business days from the course start date and for No‑Shows (students who do not attend class).
For reschedules made within 10 business days from the course start date, students must reschedule immediately for a current, published course, up to a maximum of six months from the original date.
A student may reschedule a class or exam up to 2 times. Any additional reschedules will not be allowed.