Get yourself trained on Architecting Big Data with this Online Training Architecting Big Data solutions with AWS.
Online Training Architecting Big Data solutions with AWS
The goal of this course is to learn, understand and compare the various components of an on-premise Big Data platform vs various AWS Services. You will also learn how to replicate them using AWS services over cloud. In this course we will take a baseline of an on-premise Enterprise Analytics Platform Architecture for our reference and then we shall compare all the components with individual Amazon Web Services. We will also demonstrate the various services and how to utilize them in our present environment. During the course we will take up some of the case studies. Course will also touch upon the best practices followed on AWS architecture principles.
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