DynamoDB: An Introduction
This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of DynamoDB and how it works, how to avoid the common pitfalls and understand how to leverage it.
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Getting up and starting quickly is very important when delivering software.
DynamoDB, being a full managed service in AWS, enables exactly this.
In this course, you’ll learn how DynamoDB works under the covers.
First, you’ll explore the very basics, and then move onto modeling a system in DynamoDB, to ensure it provides reliable performance and scalability.
Next, you’ll gain an understanding of the capabilities DynamoDB offers, such as Triggers.
Finally, you’ll learn all about Time to Live and DynamoDB Accelerator.
When you are finished with this course, you’ll have a solid grasp of DynamoDB as a service, the power it offers you, and understanding how to leverage it, while avoiding its common pitfalls.
By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid understanding of how DynamoDB works and how you can avoiding the common pitfalls.
We are going to assume you’ve worked with databases before, but no prior knowledge of NoSQL is required.
You need to have basic experience with AWS such as access to an existing account, access and ability to navigate through the AWS Management Console.
It will be helpful but it’s not required to have experience with CloudWatch, IAM, CloudFormation, and AWS Lambda.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned about functions of DynamoDB and its common pitfalls.
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What Is DynamoDB?
Creating Tables In AWS Management Console
Creating Tables In AWS CloudFormation
Creating Tables In Code
List And Describe Table APIs
Update Table API
Working With Items In AWS Management Console
AWS SDK And DynamoDB JSON Schema
Write API: PutItem
Write API: UpdateItem
Write API: DeleteItem
Read API: GetItem
Read API: Query
Read API: Scan
Batch API: BatchGetItem
Batch API: BatchWriteItem
DynamoDB Stream Events
Query: First Use Case
Local Secondary Index
Query: Second Use Case
Global Secondary Index
Time To Live
Time To Live
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