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Category: RDS for PostgreSQL

Build a RAG data ingestion pipeline for large-scale ML workloads

For building any generative AI application, enriching the large language models (LLMs) with new data is imperative. This is where the Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG) technique comes in. RAG is a machine learning (ML) architecture that uses external documents (like Wikipedia) to augment its knowledge and achieve state-of-the-art results on knowledge-intensive tasks. For ingesting these […]

Use multiple bookmark keys in AWS Glue JDBC jobs

AWS Glue is a serverless data integrating service that you can use to catalog data and prepare for analytics. With AWS Glue, you can discover your data, develop scripts to transform sources into targets, and schedule and run extract, transform, and load (ETL) jobs in a serverless environment. AWS Glue jobs are responsible for running […]

Automate the archive and purge data process for Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL using pg_partman, Amazon S3, and AWS Glue

The post Archive and Purge Data for Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL and Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility using pg_partman and Amazon S3 proposes data archival as a critical part of data management and shows how to efficiently use PostgreSQL’s native range partition to partition current (hot) data with pg_partman and archive historical (cold) data in […]