Update on Amazon Aurora’s Deep Dive Section 2.0 Series: Amazon Aurora’s Unique Architecture

It’s amazing how much a wedding can put you behind on work, but it was one of the best weekends of my life, spending it with family, friends, and loved ones.

Since I not only aim to help others learn about AWS in this blog, I’m going to add a “personal picture” to share with you of my son’s wedding, so you can “get to know and trust me” 🙂

Mr. & Mrs. Bailey Buell Schmidt - she waited ~10 years!!!

Mr. & Mrs. Bailey Buell Schmidt – she waited ~10 years!!!

Here is an update of where I am in the 2.0 Architecture video series:

  • 2.0 and 2.1: “Amazon Aurora’s Unique Architecture” – Complete
  • 2.2: “Amazon Aurora’s Clusters & Replicas” – Complete
  • 2.3: “Amazon Aurora’s Endpoints and Replication” – Complete
  • 2.4: “Understanding Amazon Aurora’s Logging, Storage, Caching, and Indexing” – Complete
  • 2.5: “Understanding Amazon Aurora’s I/O Architecture” – Complete
  • 2.6: “Understanding Amazon Aurora’s Scalability and Elasticity Architecture” – Complete
  • 2.7: “Understanding Amazon Aurora’s Fault Tolerance and Restoration Architecture”  – Complete
  • 2.8: “Amazon Aurora’s Performance” – Complete

  • 2.9: “Amazon Aurora’s Performance Benchmarking” – Complete

  • 2.10: “Understanding Amazon Aurora’s Security Architecture” – Partially Created, (image only below)
Understanding Amazon Aurora's Security Architecture

Understanding Amazon Aurora’s Security Architecture

  • With quizzes for each Video Sub-Chapter within each Sub-Chapter section & a “final quiz” for the entire Video Section at the end

The next Video Chapter 3.0 is relatively short and will be on “Amazon Aurora’s Configuration & Management“.

Following that in Video Chapter 4.0 we’ll finally get into the first DEMO, “Creating & Working with Amazon Aurora’s Clusters“.

Following that in Video Chapter 5.0 is on “Amazon Aurora’s Migrations“.

The last Video Chapter 6.0 will be another DEMO, “Data Visualization and Analytics with Amazon Aurora“.

I truly hope I get these all completed before AWS re:Invent Conference, 11/28/2016 – 12/2/2016. But like most of you that are going, this is a busy time of year pre-conference.

#gottaluvAWS!

 

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3 Responses to Update on Amazon Aurora’s Deep Dive Section 2.0 Series: Amazon Aurora’s Unique Architecture

  1. Pingback: AWS Week in Review – October 31, 2016 – pagercloud

  2. solowayne11 says:

    Thanks for the info.
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