• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Explore numerous types of data architecture that are effective data wrangling tools when working with big data in this 9-video Skillsoft Aspire course. Learn the strategies, design, and constraints involved in implementing data architecture. You will learn the concepts of data partitioning, CAP theorem (consistency, availability, and partition tolerance), and process implementation using serverless and Lambda data architecture. This course examines Saga, newly introduced in data management pattern catalog of microservices; API (application programming interface) composition; CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation); event sourcing; and application event. This course explores the differences in traditional data architecture and serverless architecture which allows you to use client-side logic and third-party services. You will learn how to use AWS (Amazon Web Services) Lambda to implement a serverless architecture. This course then explores batch processing architecture, which processes data files by using long running batch jobs to filter actual content, real-time architecture, and machine learning at scale architecture built to serve machine learning algorithms. Finally, you will explore how to build a successful data POC (proof of concept).

Learning Objectives

Explore numerous types of data architecture that are effective data wrangling tools when working with big data in this 9-video Skillsoft Aspire course. Learn the strategies, design, and constraints involved in implementing data architecture. You will learn the concepts of data partitioning, CAP theorem (consistency, availability, and partition tolerance), and process implementation using serverless and Lambda data architecture. This course examines Saga, newly introduced in data management pattern catalog of microservices; API (application programming interface) composition; CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation); event sourcing; and application event. This course explores the differences in traditional data architecture and serverless architecture which allows you to use client-side logic and third-party services. You will learn how to use AWS (Amazon Web Services) Lambda to implement a serverless architecture. This course then explores batch processing architecture, which processes data files by using long running batch jobs to filter actual content, real-time architecture, and machine learning at scale architecture built to serve machine learning algorithms. Finally, you will explore how to build a successful data POC (proof of concept).

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the NICE Framework Task, Knowledge, and Skill statements identified within the indicated NICE Framework component(s):

Specialty Areas

  • Data Administration