AWS RDS Tutorial – How to Create MySql, Aurora and MariaDB
This amazon web services AWS RDS tutorial shows how powerful functions as a service are and how easy it is to get up and running with them.
# Learn about purpose-built databases and when to use which database
# Get an overview of the AWS family of purpose-built relational, key-value, document, in-memory, graph, and search databases
# See a demonstration about which application use cases lend themselves well to specific database services
In this tutorial, you will learn why AWS is building a comprehensive database and analytics platform with purpose-built databases designed to solve specific customer problems. We dive deeper into the operational database services that AWS offers, such as Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon ElastiCache, and the new Amazon Neptune graph database. Finally, through a demonstration of Amazon RDS, you get to see how easy it is to use a managed database service.
Developers building modern applications need purpose-built databases, so they have the freedom to choose the right database for the right job. AWS offers purpose-built relational, key-value, document, in-memory, graph, and search databases so you can select the best database based on the application workload, not the other way around. Attend this tech talk to learn why you should pick different database services to address specific application issues and watch a demonstration about which application use cases lend themselves well to which database services.
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