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Amazon Aurora Machine Learning

2021-05-04T09:09:24+00:00

Amazon Aurora Machine Learning is a proprietary technology of Amazon that enables a native SQL user to integrate Machine Learning-based predictions to an application without knowing or understanding any machine learning algorithms. Machine learning heavily relies on datasets for it to work. You can say that data is the oil that keeps the engine of machine learning running. There is a massive amount of data generated every day. To give you an idea, according to this article, “By 2020, it’s estimated that for every person on earth, 1.7 MB of data will be created every second.”  Almost 2 MB of [...]

Amazon Aurora Machine Learning2021-05-04T09:09:24+00:00

AWS Certified Database – Specialty DBS-C01 Exam Study Path

2022-08-13T07:11:29+00:00

Bookmarks Study Materials Core AWS Services to Focus On Validate Your Knowledge Final Remarks The global cloud adoption trend will continue to accelerate in the coming years and that will include the proliferation of deploying and managing purpose-built databases. Companies from all industries will look for talents that can manage the challenges of migrating their data and securing them in the cloud. The AWS Certified Database - Specialty (DBS-C01) exam is the latest addition to the AWS Specialty Certifications. This exam validates your comprehensive understanding of AWS database services' breadth, including the concepts of design, [...]

AWS Certified Database – Specialty DBS-C01 Exam Study Path2022-08-13T07:11:29+00:00

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