This course looks at the different encryption mechanisms that can be utilized across different AWS Database services, thereby enhancing the security posture and protection of your data. We'll take a look at encryption in Amazon RDS, DynamoDB, and ElastiCache.
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- Define and examine encryption across Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon ElastiCache
- Understand both encryption at rest and encryption in transit
This course has been designed to assist those who are responsible for securing, designing, and operating AWS Database solutions, as well as anyone looking to take the AWS Certified Database - Specialty exam.
To get the most out of this course, you should have a basic awareness of AWS database services. You can brush up on these services with part one of our AWS Fundamentals course here. An awareness of the AWS Key Management Service (KMS) would also be advantageous, but not essential.
Hello, and welcome to this course. I shall be looking at the different encryption mechanisms that can be utilized across different AWS Database services, thereby enhancing the security posture and protection of your data.
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This course has been designed to assist those who are responsible for securing, designing, and operating AWS Database solutions, also it would be advantageous to anyone who is looking to take the AWS Certified Database - Specialty exam.
The objectives of this course are to define and examine the different methods of encryption that exist across Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon ElastiCache, covering both encryption at rest and encryption in transit.
As a prerequisite to this course, it would be beneficial to have a basic awareness of AWS database services. For more information on these services, please see our existing course here.
Also, if you have an awareness of the AWS Key Management Service (KMS) it would be advantageous, but not essential.
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Stuart has been working within the IT industry for two decades covering a huge range of topic areas and technologies, from data center and network infrastructure design, to cloud architecture and implementation.
To date, Stuart has created 150+ courses relating to Cloud reaching over 180,000 students, mostly within the AWS category and with a heavy focus on security and compliance.
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In January 2016 Stuart was awarded ‘Expert of the Year Award 2015’ from Experts Exchange for his knowledge share within cloud services to the community.
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