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Category: Amazon Aurora

Monitoring MySQL-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora Audit Events with Amazon CloudWatch

Chayan Biswas is a product manager at Amazon Web Services. The Advanced Auditing capability in MySQL-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora allows you to capture detailed logs of database (DB) activity. You can choose what kind of information is collected: connects, queries, and tables affected by the queries, or any combination thereof. You can review these […]

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Capturing Data Changes in Amazon Aurora Using AWS Lambda

Re Alvarez-Parmar is a solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. He helps enterprises achieve success through technical guidance and thought leadership. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his two kids and exploring outdoors. At Amazon, we are constantly improving our services to help customers solve their operational problems. One of the features […]

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Picking Your First Database to Migrate to Amazon RDS or Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL-compatibility

David Rader is the vice president of engineering at OpenSCG. OpenSCG is an AWS Consulting Partner and a leading expert in PostgreSQL, helping customers migrate to, operate, and optimize PostgreSQL and other data platforms on-premises and in the cloud. In a previous post, we covered the overall approach you can take to migrate your current […]

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Amazon Aurora Under the Hood: Quorum Membership

Anurag Gupta runs a number of AWS database services, including Amazon Aurora, which he helped design. In this under the hood series, Anurag discusses the design considerations and technology underpinning Aurora. This post is the last in a four-part series discussing how Amazon Aurora uses quorums. In the first post, I described the benefits of […]

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Amazon Aurora Under the Hood: Reducing Costs Using Quorum Sets

Anurag Gupta runs a number of AWS database services, including Amazon Aurora, which he helped design. In this under the hood series, Anurag discusses the design considerations and technology underpinning Aurora. This post is the third in a four-part series discussing how Amazon Aurora uses quorums. I hope the discussion is useful to you as […]

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Amazon Aurora Under the Hood: Quorum Reads and Mutating State

Anurag Gupta runs a number of AWS database services, including Amazon Aurora, which he helped design. In this under the hood series, Anurag discusses the design considerations and technology underpinning Aurora. In my last post, I talked about the benefits of using a quorum model. I discussed how such systems are resilient in the face […]

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Amazon Aurora under the hood: quorums and correlated failure

Anurag Gupta runs a number of AWS database services, including Amazon Aurora, which he helped design. In this Under the Hood series, Anurag discusses the design considerations and technology underpinning Aurora. Amazon Aurora storage is a highly distributed system that needs to meet the stringent performance, availability, and durability requirements of a high-end relational database. […]

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Strategy for Migrating Partitioned Tables from Oracle to Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL and Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility

Sandeep Kariro is a big data architect and Akm Raziul is a database architect at Amazon Web Services. Enterprises have been using closed-source database systems for more than four decades. Managing data with these systems has been a critical part of running a successful business in every organization. You have to make a considerable investment […]

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Level Up Your Games with Amazon Aurora

Dhruv Thukral is a solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. Amazon Aurora is rapidly becoming the relational database of choice for some of the largest and fastest-growing gaming companies in the world. Companies like Zynga and Double-Down Interactive in the Americas, and Grani and Gumi in Asia Pacific, use Amazon Aurora. Aurora gives them the […]

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Accelerate Alfresco Content Services Deployment on Amazon Aurora with AWS Quick Start

Linda Wu is a product manager at Amazon Web Services. When we built Amazon Aurora a few years ago, we had the following tenets in mind: Combine the speed and availability of a high-end commercial database with the simplicity and cost-effectiveness of open source. Deliver full compatibility with the popular open-source database MySQL so that […]

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