AWS Cloud Data Engineering Tech Stack

Learn AWS Glue | DataBrew | Athena | Kinesis – Integrating with Redshift | PostgreSql RDS | S3 | Firehose | Glue Catalog

This course is useful for,

What you’ll learn

  • AWS Cloud Data Engineering.
  • Data Engineering Tools.
  • ETL, Analytical, Querying and Streaming.
  • Complete code Data Engineering tools in AWS Cloud Infrastructure.

Course Content

  • AWS Glue –> 20 lectures • 1hr 2min.
  • AWS Glue DataBrew –> 20 lectures • 45min.
  • AWS Athena –> 17 lectures • 1hr 3min.
  • AWS Kinesis –> 11 lectures • 51min.

AWS Cloud Data Engineering Tech Stack


This course is useful for,

  • ETL Developers
  • Data Engineers
  • ETL Architects
  • Data Migration Specialists
  • Database Administrators
  • Database Developers


Data integration is the process of preparing and combining data for analytics, machine learning, and application development. It involves multiple tasks, such as discovering and extracting data from various sources; enriching, cleaning, normalizing, and combining data; and loading and organizing data in databases, data warehouses, and data lakes. These tasks are often handled by different types of users that each use different products.


We will be working with the data platforms such as,

Data stores

Amazon S3

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS)

Third-party JDBC-accessible databases

Data streams

Amazon Kinesis Data Streams


Glue data catalog




AWS Data Engineering ensures fast querying to run Data Analytics on a massive volume of data and feed data to different Business Intelligence Tools, Dashboards, and other applications.


Data engineers work in a variety of settings to build systems that collect, manage, and convert raw data into usable information for data scientists and business analysts to interpret. Their ultimate goal is to make data accessible so that organizations can use it to evaluate and optimize their performance.


ETL, which stands for extract, transform and load, is a data integration process that combines data from multiple data sources into a single, consistent data store that is loaded into a data warehouse or other target system.

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