You'll learn how to manage Amazon RDS, the cloud-based solution from Amazon. This course assumes you already know a bit about relational databases generally, although you will learn a broad overview of data concepts from this training. After this course you'll know how to deploy and manage relational databases from within the Amazon RDS ecosystem.
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Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
The best audience for this course in Amazon RDS is database administrators who need to understand how to deploy their databases into the cloud, back them up, ensure failover is configured properly and maintain oversight on their operations. This course is equally valuable for new DBAs as experienced DBAs using Amazon for the first time.
No, this course isn't designed with any certifications specifically in mind. It can certainly be used as a part of a curriculum to prepare for data and database-related certifications, but it was designed to give you first-hand and applicable experience actually using Amazon RDS to host and manage relational databases.
After this course, you should look at the list of AWS certifications to see where you'd like to focus your time and energy. What you learn on this course can help you on your way to earning the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, which represents about a year of experience with AWS or the Database Specialty Certification.
You should take this course on using Amazon RDS if you need to know how to deploy resilient, scalable and secure databases into the cloud easily, quickly, and with minimal effort for the biggest outcome. Take this course and see how easy it is to spin up new databases and have multi-availability zone replicas in Amazon RDS.