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AWS Big Data Certification Training Course

Course Description

AWS Big Data Certification Training Course

The AWS Big Data certification training prepares you for all aspects of hosting big data and performing distributed processing on the AWS platform and has been aligned to the AWS Certified Data Analytics – Specialty exam. This course is developed by industry leaders and aligned with the latest best practices.

AWS Big Data Certification Course Overview

In this AWS Big Data certification course, you will become familiar with the concepts of cloud computing and its deployment models. This course covers Amazon’s AWS cloud platform, Kinesis Analytics, AWS big data storage, processing, analysis, visualization and security services, machine learning algorithms and much more.

Eligibility

This AWS Big Data certification course is well-suited for experienced technology professionals who want to excel in the data engineering space.

Pre-requisites

Participants in this AWS Big Data certification course should have basic knowledge of AWS technical essentials and a fair understanding of big data and Hadoop concepts.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 1 Big Data on AWS Certification Course Overview

Overview of Big Data on AWS Certification Course
2.Course Introduction

Lesson 2 – Big Data on AWS Introduction

1. Learning Objective
2.Cloud computing and it’s advantages
3.Cloud Computing Models
4.Cloud Service Categories
5. AWS Cloud Platform
6.Design Principles – Part One
7. Design Principles – Part Two
8.Why AWS for Big Data – Reasons and Challenges
9.Databases in AWS
10.Data Warehousing in AWS
11.Redshift, Kinesis and EMR
12.DynamoDB, Machine Learning and Lambda
13.Elastic Search Services and EC2
14.Key Takeaways

Lesson 3 – AWS Big Data Collection Services

1.Learning Objective
2.Amazon Kinesis and Kinesis Stream
3.Kinesis Data Stream Architecture and Core Components
4.Data Producer
5.Data Consumer
6.Kinesis Stream Emitting Data to AWS Services and Kinesis Connector Library
7.Kinesis Firehose
8.Transferring Data Using Lambda
9.Amazon SQS, Lifecycle and Architecture
10.IoT and Big Data
11.IoT Framework
12.AWS Data Pipelines and Data Nodes
13.Activity, Pre-condition and Schedule
14Key Takeaways

Lesson 4 – AWS Big Data Storage Services

1.Learning Objective
2.Amazon Glacier and Big Data
3.DynamoDB Introduction
4.DynamoDB and EMR
5.DynamoDB Partitions and Distributions
6.DynamoDB GSI LSI
7.DynamoDB Stream and Cross Region Replication
8.DynamoDB Performance and Partition Key Selection
9.Snowball and AWS Big Data
10.AWS DMS
11.AWS Aurora in Big Data
12.Demo – Amazon Athena Interactive SQL Queries for Data in Amazon S3 – Part 2
13.Key Takeaways

Lesson 5 – AWS Big Data Processing Services

1.Learning Objective
2.Amazon EMR
3.Apache Hadoop
4.EMR Architecture
5.EMR Releases and Cluster
6.Choosing Instance and Monitoring
7.Demo – Advance EMR Setting Options
8.Hive on EMR
9.HBase with EMR
10.Presto with EMR
11.Spark with EMR
12.EMR File Storage
13.AWS Lambda
14.Key Takeaways

Lesson 6 – Analysis

1.Learning Objective
2.Redshift Intro and Use cases
3.Redshift Architecture
4.MPP and Redshift in AWS Eco-System
5.Columnar Databases
6.Redshift Table Design – Part 2
7.Demo – Redshift Maintenance and Operations
8.Machine Learning Introduction
9.Machine Learning Algorithm
10.Amazon SageMaker
11.Amazon Elasticsearch
12.Amazon Elasticsearch Services
13.Demo – Loading Dataset into Elasticsearch
14.Logstash and R Studio
15.Demo – Fetching the File and Analyzing it using RStudio
16.Athena
17.Demo – Running Query on S3 using the Serverless Athena
18.Key Takeaways

Lesson 7 – Visualization

1.Learning Objective
2. Introduction to Amazon QuickSight
3.Visual Types
4.Story
5.Big Data Visualization
6.Key Takeaways

Lesson 8 – Security

1.Learning Objective
2.EMR Security and Security Group
3.Roles and Private Subnet
4.Encryption at Rest and In-transit
5.Redshift Security
6.Encryption at Rest using HSM
7.Cloud HSM vs AWS KMS
8.Limit Data Access
9.Key Takeaways

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