If you want to successfully migrate databases into the AWS cloud, then this course is for you. By viewing this course, you will learn the skills needed to manage and troubleshoot migrations using the AWS Database Migration Service (DMS).
At the core of migrating databases into the AWS cloud is a thorough knowledge of the AWS Database Migration Service (DMS). In this course, Migrating Databases with AWS Database Migration Service, you’ll learn how to migrate databases from on-premise into the AWS cloud. First, you’ll discover how to configure and deploy replication servers that you will use to manage your database migration. Next, you’ll explore DMS tasks - tasks that sit at the heart of your migration. Finally, you’ll learn how to monitor and troubleshoot your database migrations. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of database migrations that will help you as you move forward to successfully migrate your production databases into AWS.
I have worked in IT for 25 years, for 22 of those years I have delivered IT Training. I have delivered Microsoft, CISCO and Amazon Web Services courses across Europe. For the last 4 years I have focused on Cloud technologies delivering cloud training to some of Europe’s biggest organizations
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Mike Brown, and welcome to my course, Migrating Databases with AWS Database Migration Service. I'm a senior cloud instructor at Firebrand Training in the UK. I spend most of my time delivering cloud courses to some of the largest companies in the UK and Europe, as well as evangelizing about cloud computing wherever I am. The database migration service is fully integrated with AWS, which makes it ideal for migrating your databases into the AWS cloud. Also, under the correct circumstances, DMS is free to use. This course is going to take you through a migration of a MySQL database into Amazon Aurora on behalf of a customer, Globomantics Inc. You will learn all the steps involved for a database migration using DMS. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include deploying replication instances, configuring replication tasks, configuring DMS endpoints, and monitoring the DMS service. By the end of this course, you'll have the skills needed to work with DMS and the confidence to move on with your database migrations. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the basics of Amazon Virtual Private Clouds and Amazon Relational Database Service, although it's not essential. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn database migrations with the Migrating Databases with AWS Database Migration Service course, at Pluralsight.