Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Database, part of Cloud Computing Career Paths and Certifications: First Steps.
- [Instructor] The next mapping we're going to examine…is a database developer.…Now, most of the world runs on relational databases,…and in fact, those type of databases…dominate cloud services for databases…despite all the hype around…NoSQL and Hadoop and so on and so forth.…I find that 75% of my cloud projects…use cloud-based relational databases.…So, this is actually a great area to directly transfer…your on premise skills into the cloud.…One of the interesting situations I have found,…especially with start-ups, is…the people who are creating the project…will maybe lack relational database experience.…
Maybe they are more focused on being…pure application developers,…and so, they'll be lured by the promise of NoSQL…because it is theoretically cheaper…to store larger amounts of data…than in a relational database.…However, they won't understand some of the differences…between NoSQL functionally and relational databases.…In fact, I've actually created a course on lynda.com…called NoSQL for SQL Professionals…that can really be helpful…
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- Working with programming languages
- Reviewing AWS, Azure, GCP, and IBM certifications
- Reviewing cloud career paths
- Understanding emerging technologies and careers
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