This content has been designed to help students understand how the next section of the AWS SAA-C02 LP aligns with each Domain/Sub-domain of the exam guide.
Section three is now complete, which had an emphasis on designing resilient architectures in addition to high performance networking solutions for a workload using AWS Network features and services. In the next section, we step away from networking and look into some of the different AWS database options available with AWS. We start by looking at an overview of the different types of database services AWS offers before diving deeper into Amazon RDS, DynamoDB and Aurora which feature on the exam more than the other types of database services. Again, we have contents cover all four domains with the primary point coming from Domain 2, in particular Sub Domain 2.4, Choose high-performing database solutions for workload. Let's get straight into it with part one of our two-part course series database fundamentals for AWS.
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