This course is for data platform engineers, solution architects, and IT professionals.
Prerequisites: one year of experience building data analytics pipelines or have completed the digital AWS Data Analytics Fundamentals.
Topics are covered in the order they appear, however some jumping back-and-forth is necessary to explore relevant topics at the time they are first encountered. Below is a list of topics that will be covered by module:
Module 1: Introduction to data lakes - Describe the value of data lakes - Compare data lakes and data warehouses - Describe the components of a data lake - Recognize common architectures built on data lakes Module 2: Data ingestion, cataloging, and preparation - Describe the relationship between data lake storage and data ingestion - Describe AWS Glue crawlers and how they are used to create a data catalog - Identify data formatting, partitioning, and compression for efficient storage and query Lab 1: Set up a simple data lake Module 3: Data processing and analytics - Recognize how data processing applies to a data lake - Use AWS Glue to process data within a data lake - Describe how to use Amazon Athena to analyze data in a data lake Module 4: Building a data lake with AWS Lake Formation - Describe the features and benefits of AWS Lake Formation - Use AWS Lake Formation to create a data lake - Understand the AWS Lake Formation security model Lab 2: Build a data lake using AWS Lake Formation Module 5: Additional Lake Formation configurations - Automate AWS Lake Formation using blueprints and workflows - Apply security and access controls to AWS Lake Formation - Match records with AWS Lake Formation FindMatches - Visualize data with Amazon QuickSight Lab 3: Automate data lake creation using AWS Lake Formation blueprints Lab 4: Data visualization using Amazon QuickSight Module 6: Architecture and course review - Post course knowledge check - Architecture review - Course review
Lab exercises are designed to cover one particular topic and help with learning retention.
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This course is compatible with AWS official curriculum.
Net Cirque is an AWS Consulting Partner.