Master Amazon DynamoDB and AWS RDS on Amazon Web Services

Create Table and run SQL Queries on Amazon DynamoDb NoSQL Database and AWS RDS Relational Database

  Harshit Srivastava

   Amazon AWS, AWS Certification, Databases, Database Management, Database Administration, SQL, MySQL

  Language - English

   Published on 12/2021



In this course, you will learn about Cloud databases on AWS (Amazon Web Services)- Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon RDS.

Here you will be learning various concepts with hands-on examples in AWS DynamoDB-

  • Creating a table in Dynamodb

  • Add rows and columns using form and Json in Dynamodb

  • Scan and Query with Filter table

  • Running SQL Queries in Dynamodb using PartiQL editor

  • Create Backup and export to S3 bucket

  • Delete Table and restore table from backup

  • Create a DAX Cluster and attach VPC

  • Configure Security and IAM for DAX cluster

Here you will be learning various concepts with hands-on examples in Amazon RDS-

  • Create or Restore RDS database from S3 using IAM

  • Create an RDS database with Aurora and other Engine types

  • Monitor database utilization and Performance indicators

  • Database Actions, query editor and monitoring

What is AWS DynamoDB?

Amazon Dynamodb is a NoSQL and document based database where data fields are stored in JSON documents. However, you may perform various kinds of Operations such as Scan, run SQL queries, add and remove records from table and much more.

What is AWS RDS?

AWS RDS or Amazon Relational Database Service could be used to create and manage relational databases on the Amazon Cloud. You can choose from various database engine types for Amazon Aurora, MySQL, Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL.

What Will I Get ?

  • You would be able to create and provision various cloud databases on AWS
  • You could set up and customize Amazon DynamoDB- NoSQL document based database
  • You could run SQL queries on DynamoDB and perform various operations such as Scan, filter and insert
  • You would be able to create and manage Amazon RDS Relational Database
  • You could provision various types of Database engines such as MySQL, Oracle, Amazon Aurora and others


Before taking this course, if you are already familiar with database concepts and SQL queries, it would be useful.

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