New Training: Amazon Relational Database Service
In this 20-video, entry-level training, CBT Nuggets trainer Bart Castle covers the knowledge cloud administrators need to set up, operate and scale a relational database in the cloud with Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS).
Watch this Amazon RDS training.
Storing data in the right way and making it available in the right ways to the right programs, tools and resources is much more than a full-time job, it’s a complex and challenging career field. This Amazon Relational Database Service training can make it less complex and more rewarding.
If your organization depends on ecommerce applications, then you need a flexible, secured, highly scalable database solution. If your profit center depends on mobile or online games, you’ll need a high throughput and highly available database platform. If your company survives on web or mobile applications, they need a database with massive storage scalability that operates with high throughput.
After this training, you’ll know how to connect all those dots in ways that are easy and much more profitable for your organization.
The four-part series covers topics such as administering relational databases through the console, CLI, or API calls, scaling a database’s compute and storage resources quickly and easily, and maintaining high-availability with automated backups, database snapshots, and host replacement as well as:
The four skills that comprise this series are:
Getting Started with Amazon RDS
Working with Amazon RDS Backups
Planning for Amazon RDS Failover
Supporting Amazon RDS Databases
While this training may not map to a certification, it’s still valuable skills training for cloud administrators looking to learn cloud relational database services.
Topics this training covers include:
Plan for Amazon RDS Failover
What about Amazon Aurora RDS?
Restoring RDS Snapshots
Force Multi-AZ Failover
Promote a RDS Read Replica
This training includes:
3 hour of training
Watch a video from the series:
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