Amazon Web Services – Databases in AWS
This AWS Tutorial will give an overview of Amazon Web Services Infrastructure – Databases in AWS. In addition to running databases in Amazon EC2, AWS customers can choose among a variety of managed database services.
# Learn AWS Amazon DynamoDB with a demo.
# Learn about Amazon RDS, Amazon RDS service
# AWS Amazon ElastiCache Deep Dive.
# Checking Amazon Redshift logs.
# Understanding AWS Amazon Redshift pricing.
These services save effort, save time, and unlock new capabilities and economies. In this session, we make it easy to understand how they differ, what they have in common, and how to choose one or more. We explain the fundamentals of Amazon DynamoDB, a fully managed NoSQL database service; Amazon RDS, a relational database service in the cloud; Amazon ElastiCache, a fast, in-memory caching service in the cloud; and Amazon Redshift, a fully managed, petabyte-scale data-warehouse solution that can be surprisingly economical. We’ll cover how each service might help support your application, how much each service costs, and how to get started
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