This month our Content Team released two big certification Learning Paths: the AWS Certified Data Analytics – Speciality, and the Azure AI Fundamentals AI-900. In total, we released four new Learning Paths, 16 courses, 24 assessments, and 11 labs. 
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Learning Path: AWS Data Analytics Specialty (DAS-C01) Certification Preparation (Preview)
This certification Learning Path is specifically designed to prepare you for the AWS Certified Data Analytics – Specialty (DAS-C01) exam. It covers all the elements required across all five of the domains outlined in the exam guide.
Course: AWS Databases used with Data Analytics
This course introduces a number of different AWS database services that are commonly used with data analytics solutions and that will likely be referenced within the AWS Data Analytics Specialty certification. As such, this course explores the following database services: Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon ElastiCache, Amazon Redshift.
Course: Overview of Differences Between AWS Database Types
This course provides a high-level overview of the managed database offerings available from AWS. It covers relational and non-relational databases, how they work, their strengths, and what workloads are best suited for them.
Course: Backup and Restore Capabilities of Amazon RDS & Amazon DynamoDB
This course explores the different strategies that are available for when you need to both back up and restore your AWS databases across Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) and Amazon DynamoDB. During this course, you will learn about the different backup features that are available in Amazon RDS and DynamoDB, how to identify the differences between them, and when

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