Review the need for data warehousing and AWS’s options for warehouse services.
- [Instructor] Where does your data live?…In the past, data storage and warehousing required millions…of dollars spent on hardware, software, and management.…It would take months to set up before it began to work…and was expensive again to upgrade.…Data centers are a giant capital expenditure…for organizations.…Amazon knows this and has put together a clean set…of tools to provide businesses…with their data warehouse needs.…This AWS design scenario was built to illustrate the parts…of AWS that come together to provide a warehousing solution.…
AWS warehousing solution design requires S3, EC2,…EMR, Redshift, and Quick Sight.…S3 storage for EC2 is the servers, EMR is the map reduce,…Redshift is our analysis,…and Quick Sight is our data visualization.…In the previous design scenario,…we set up everything but EMR.…Let's jump into AWS and set up EMR for ourselves.…
Back in the control panel, I'll type EMR.…I'll select Create Cluster.…I'll name the cluster AWSEMRexample.…I'll leave everything else at default.…You might want to change this depending on your scenario.…
- Comparing AWS to previous IT solutions
- Benefits of AWS
- AWS security and pricing
- Building big data on AWS
- Cloud storage and databases
- Data warehousing
- Backing up data
- AWS for mobile services
- IoT approaches
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting to Know Amazon Web Services (AWS)
2. Building Big Data on AWS
3. Backing Up Data with AWS
4. Mobile Solutions Using AWS
5. IoT Approaches with AWS
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