Learn database basics in episode three of AWS Power Hour: Cloud Practitioner
We’ve hit the half-way point in our six-week Twitch series, AWS Power Hour: Cloud Practitioner. You can get caught up on the previous episodes on demand at your convenience. Then, join us next week for episode three.
We offer two live, 60-minute shows each week: Mondays at 7:30 a.m. PT and Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. PT. As a friendly reminder, the content covered in each version is roughly the same but presented by a different set of hosts. Watch one or both—your choice!
Episode two recap
In episode two, we dug into topics like compute, network, and even pricing (yes, it’s on the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam!). In particular, we took a close look at Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) by exploring what it means to set up an Amazon EC2 instance and what you need to consider when creating one for your needs, such as different instance types. During AWS Power Hour: Q&A, we received some great questions about content from our first episodes. AWS Power Hour: Q&A livestreams 30 minutes before each AWS Power Hour: Cloud Practitioner as an open-forum.
Sneak peek: episode three
Next week, our hosts will move into discussing database services. You will learn about database services like Amazon Dynamo DB and Amazon Relational Database Service, as well as the differences between relational and non-relational databases. We’ll also talk about Elastic Load Balancing, which automatically distributes incoming application traffic across multiple targets, such as Amazon EC2 instances, containers, IP addresses, and Lambda functions.
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If you have questions about the content covered in episode two, join either host for next week’s AWS Power Hour: Q&A. The hosts will also choose a couple of examples of weekly homework to review. A reminder about your homework from episode two:
- Draw a highly available web application running on Amazon EC2 within a region.
- Post the drawing on Twitter or LinkedIn using #AWSPowerHourHW and tag your host (Jonathan or Blaine).
Don’t miss episode three on October 26 or October 29
Join the live stream to interact, ask real-time questions, and get practical advice about preparing for your AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam, or watch the season’s recorded episodes on Twitch whenever it’s convenient for you.
About AWS Power Hour: Cloud Practitioner
AWS Power Hour: Cloud Practitioner is a twice-weekly livestream that covers the essential information to build your future in the AWS Cloud. Over the course of six weeks, our AWS experts serve as hosts and guide you through the content with demonstrations and real-world examples. You’ll start with cloud basics and key AWS services, and then explore topics like the AWS Well-Architected Framework, building and securing applications in the cloud, pricing and support, and how to innovate. You’ll receive tips, resources, and exercises to help you strengthen your knowledge and prepare you to get AWS Certified. Additionally, join AWS Power Hour: Q&A, a twice-weekly, 30-minute, open-forum livestream, where you can interact with the show hosts and your fellow learner community and ask questions.
Each episode will livestream twice per week (identical content) to accommodate learners in various time zones. You’ll also be able to access recorded episodes anytime, immediately after they stream.