The Database section includes the eagerly awaited POstgresSQL for RDS service and other presentations including Redshift and best practise database techniques.
Introducing Amazon RDS For PostgresSQL
Srikanth Despande – Senior Product Manager AWS View here
Learn how to offload the management of your PostgresAQL database instances to Amazon RDS using automated backups and point-in-time recovery. Multi-AZ deployments for ohigh availability and provisioned IOPS for fast and predeicatable performance.
Amazon Redshift And Whats Next
Rahul Pathak, Redshift Product Manager View here
Amazon Redshift is a fast, fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service that costs less than $1000 per terabyte per year – less than a tenth the price of most traditional data warehousing solutions. In this session you get an overview of Amazon Redshift, including how Amazon Redshift uses columnar technology, optimised hardware and massively parallel processing to deliver fast query performance on data sets ranging in size from hundreds of gigabytes to a petabyte or more.
AWS Storage And Database Archiecture Best Practices
Siva Raghupathy Amazon Web Services View here
Learn about architecture best practices for combining AWS storage and database technologies. AWS storage options (Amazon EBS, AMazon EC2 Instance Storage, Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier) along with AWs databse options including Amazon ElasticCache (in-memoey data-store), Amazon RDS(SQL database) Amazon DynamoDB(NoSQLdatabase) Amazon Cloud Search and Amazon EMR (hadoop) and Amazon Redshift