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In this free Amazon Dynamodb course powered by Amazon, you'll discover AWS DynamoDB step by step. Learn what it does, how it helps manage data, and explore real-life situations where it's useful. Get the basics of how DynamoDB works and understand how it's billed so you know the costs involved. This course is about making AWS DynamoDB easy to understand and practical.
Amazon DynamoDB is a hassle-free, fully managed NoSQL database by AWS, designed for high-performance applications of any size. It operates without the need for servers, offering key-value data storage. AWS DynamoDB has built-in security, automated backups, multi-region replication, in-memory caching, and accessible data import/export tools.
AWS DynamoDB makes scaling your database a breeze. It handles complex administrative tasks, from hardware provisioning to setup, configuration, and replication. You won't need to worry about software patching or cluster scaling either. DynamoDB also ensures data security with encryption at rest, simplifying the protection of sensitive information.
You have 90 days to access the course content, offering plenty of time to learn and absorb the material at your pace.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded with the course completion certificate powered by AWS from SkillUp. This certificate will be delivered to you via email within 6 hours of course completion.
This free Amazon Dynamodb course is your guide to mastering Amazon DynamoDB. From understanding its purpose and benefits to exploring real-world use cases and learning about its billing structure, you'll gain practical knowledge for effective data management using DynamoDB.
In AWS DynamoDB, you have Tables, Items, and Attributes. Think of Tables as folders for Items and Items as containers for specific details called Attributes. These Attributes are like basic information stored in a key-value pair format. So, in DynamoDB, Tables hold Items, and Items hold Attributes, making it a simple way to organize and store data.