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AWS and IBM Databases on Cloud

Features Includes:
  • Self-paced with Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App

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Description

In this course, we would explore AWS and IBM Database services available on Cloud. First sections is all about IBM Cloudant- NoSQL Database as a Service, which is one among the most powerful Database solution out there powered by IBM. Here you would learn everything from scratch so don't worry if you are a beginner. We will be diving deeper into advanced topics and features that make Cloudant stand high among its competitors.

This learning series consists of both theoretical and practical sessions, where you would learn and practice a wide range of concepts, features, options by exploring powerful utilities. We would begin our journey by performing basic CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on cloudant after learning fundamentals like ACID semantics, CAP theorem, etc. Then we would learn and build Replications, Indexes- Primary, Secondary, Search and Cloudant query.

In the last sections, we would explore AWS and IBM Database services available on Amazon Cloud. We would begin our journey by learning few basic requirements and fundamental tools like AWS-CLI (Command line interface) that can be integrated with various cloud services.

After that we would be learning all of the Database services- RDS (Relational Database Services), Neptune, DynamoDB, etc. We would be creating instances for each services with practical examples.


Basic knowledge
  • A basic understanding of DBMS/Database concepts would be more than sufficient

What will you learn
  • On completion of this course you would be able to perform all kinds of database operations- CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete)
  • With making API calls with integrated apps and services
  • Master IBM Cloudant options with grip over Indexes- Primary, Secondary, Search and Cloudant Query
Course Curriculum
Number of Lectures: 33 Total Duration: 03:12:25
Reviews
Peter Harrison – September 07, 2020

nice tutorial

Michael Smith – September 07, 2020

Amazing tutorial