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Category: Database

IPv6 addressing with Amazon RDS

We all have our own individual identity in this world. It may be a home address or unique ID card number. But have you ever considered how you are perceived online? Generalizing, have you ever considered how complex or large a system should be to accommodate all unique identifiers around the world, considering devices also […]

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Migrate your Sybase ASE database to Amazon RDS for SQL Server in near-real time

Customers running their business-critical workloads on SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (Sybase ASE) databases can modernize them by migrating to Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for SQL Server and be able to keep Transact-SQL (T-SQL) as their preferred database programming language and Tabular Data Stream (TDS) as their communication protocol, which accelerates the migration and […]

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How Shinsegae International enhances customer experience and prevents counterfeiting with Amazon QLDB

This is post is co-authored by BubKwan Lee, head of the e-commerce development team at Shinsegae International. Like any other industry, the retail industry is rapidly accelerating its digital transformation to meet ever-changing consumer needs. In particular, the retail luxury industry, where online and second-hand transactions are increasing, is investing heavily in efforts to create […]

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New features in AWS DMS 3.4.7

We are excited to announce the availability of AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) replication engine version 3.4.7. This version provides improvements covering security, performance, and connectivity that were requested by many of our customers. In this post, we highlight a few key features. For the entire list of improvements, refer to AWS DMS release […]

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Access Amazon RDS across VPCs using AWS PrivateLink and Network Load Balancer

In this post, we provide a solution to access Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) across AWS accounts and VPCs, without using VPC peering with Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) or AWS Transit Gateway. We use AWS PrivateLink and Network Load Balancer to redirect database traffic to Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, or Amazon RDS […]

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Automate the stopping and starting of Amazon Neptune environment resources using resource tags

Automating the management of the compute resources associated with your Amazon Neptune database cluster can save you time and money. The most significant cost when running Neptune for your graph workloads are the compute resources in the database cluster. If you’re also using associated resources such as Amazon SageMaker notebook instances, which you can use […]

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Migrate an on-premises SQL Server standalone workload to Amazon RDS Custom for SQL Server using domain-independent, Always On availability groups

There are different strategies you can leverage to migrate an on-premises SQL Server workload to Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) Custom for SQL Server. All of them come with pros and cons. The following are some high-level migration challenges that you may encounter during your analysis and implementation phase: Lift and shift (backup and […]

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Fine Grained Access Control for Amazon Neptune data plane actions

Amazon Neptune is purpose-built to store and navigate relationships. This provides advantages over relational databases for use cases like social networking, recommendation engines, and fraud detection, where you need to create relationships between data and quickly query these relationships. At AWS, security is Job Zero. Neptune offers several security features, including network isolation, encryption, and […]

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Manage long-running read queries on Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL-Compatible Edition

An Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL-Compatible Edition cluster consists of a primary/writer node and up to 15 reader nodes in a Region. You may offload read-only workloads to reader nodes to scale-out reads. Long-running queries on reader nodes that are accessing tables with high transactional activities on the primary node can cause conflicts, and lead to undesirable […]

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Get started with Amazon RDS Custom for SQL Server using an AWS CloudFormation template (Network setup)

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) Custom is a managed database service for legacy, custom, and packaged applications that require access to the underlying operating system and database (DB) environment. Amazon RDS Custom for SQL Server automates setup, operation, and scaling of databases in the cloud, while granting access to the database and underlying operating […]

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