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In this intermediate AWS skills training, Bart Castle covers the protective controls portion of the SCS-C01 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the AWS Certified Security - Specialty certification.
It’s your job as a security professional to keep everyone’s life boring. That’s because boring is good when it comes to security. To achieve that goal, this AWS protective control training covers a range of topics to help you secure services both deep within the stronghold of your system, like AMI, as well as right on the frontline, like edge hardening against DDoS attacks. In order to make things boring, Bart’s uses some exciting topics in his AWS Protective Controls training.
For anyone who manages AWS security training, this AWS training can be used for AWS Security exam prep, on-boarding new network engineers, or making a team training plan.
Amazon DynamoDB: What You Need to Know
For any cloud engineer using this training for exam preparation, our AWS Certified Developer Associate course maps to the SCS-C01 exam objectives and covers topics such as:
- Planning for partitioning and performance
- Using batch-write and batch-retrieve operations through the command line
- Using Amazon DynamoDB to process large items
- Understanding automated record processing
- Managing administration, including access control and users
- Querying, scanning and manipulating data within DynamoDB tables through the command line
- Analyzing and reporting table capacities
Who Should Take Amazon DynamoDB Training?
This Amazon DynamoDB training is considered engineer-level AWS training, which means it was designed for cloud engineers. This DynamoDB skill course is designed for cloud engineers with three to five years of experience with the programming language.
New and aspiring cloud administrators. This Amazon DynamoDB training can offer a relatively new cloud engineer an opportunity to specialize in one of the most powerful, dynamic key-value and document databases in the cloud. Understanding - early in your career - the intricacies of what Amazon DynamoDB can offer a company can make you highly valuable to enterprise-level companies looking to make use of the tool and can prepare you to eventually earn your AWS Certified Developer Associate certification.
Experienced cloud engineers. Cloud engineers who have been working in the field for several years will be familiar with many parts of Amazon DynamoDB, but this training guarantees mastery over all parts of its operation and contributes to eventually earning one’s AWS Certified Developer Associate certification. A trained cloud engineer who has familiarity with all of DynamoDB’s resources is a highly attractive candidate for a manager or subject matter expert in advising how best to deploy the database for their company.