AWS Developer: Getting Started with DynamoDB

AWS Developer: Getting Started with DynamoDB
AWS Developer: Getting Started with DynamoDB
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 2h 48m | 388 MB

Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed fast and flexible NoSQL database service. This course will provide you a good understanding of how the service works, and the best way to leverage it, while avoiding the common pitfalls.

Getting up and started quickly is very important when delivering software. DynamoDB, being a full managed service in AWS, enables exactly this. In this course, AWS: Developer: Getting Started with DynamoDB, you'll learn how DynamoDB works under the covers. First, you'll explore the 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.

Table of Contents

01 - Course Overview
02 - Introduction
03 - Why DynamoDB and Course Outline
04 - Audience and Prerequisites
05 - Demo - Environment Setup
06 - Module Introduction
07 - High Level Introduction
08 - Terminology
09 - Tables
10 - Data Types
11 - Capacity Units
12 - Partitions
13 - Consistency Models
14 - Capacity Units
15 - Module Introduction
16 - Table Design
17 - DEMO - Creating Tables in AWS Management Console
18 - DEMO - Creating Tables in AWS CloudFormation
19 - DEMO - Creating Tables in Code
20 - DEMO - List and Describe Table APIs
21 - DEMO - Update Table API
22 - Module Summary
23 - Module Introduction
24 - Working with Items in AWS Management Console
25 - AWS SDK and DynamoDB JSON Schema
26 - Write API - PutItem
27 - Write API - UpdateItem
28 - Write API - DeleteItem
29 - Read Operations
30 - Read API - GetItem
31 - Read API - Query
32 - Read API - Scan
33 - Batch API - BatchGetItem
34 - Batch API - BatchWriteItem
35 - Module Summary
36 - Introduction
37 - DynamoDB Triggers
38 - Demo - DynamoDB Stream Events
39 - Demo - DynamoDB Triggers
40 - Module Summary
41 - Module Introduction
42 - Query - First Use Case
43 - Demo - Local Secondary Index
44 - Query - Second Use Case
45 - Demo - Global Secondary Index
46 - Module Summary
47 - Module Introduction
48 - Time to Live
49 - Demo - Time to Live
50 - Demo - Auto Scaling
51 - DAX
52 - Introduction
53 - Data Modeling
54 - Pricing
55 - Hard Limits
56 - Unique Identifiers
57 - Summary
58 - Closing