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Category: AWS Database Migration Service

Configuring SSL encryption on Oracle and PostgreSQL endpoints in AWS DMS

AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) helps you migrate databases to AWS securely. It supports homogeneous and heterogeneous migrations between different database platforms, such as Oracle to Amazon Aurora. AWS DMS supports continuous data replication while maintaining high availability and has been widely adopted for database migrations because it is easy to configure. For more information, […]

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Migrating Oracle databases with near-zero downtime using AWS DMS

Do you have critical Oracle OLTP databases in your organization that can’t afford downtime? Do you want to migrate your Oracle databases to AWS with minimal or no downtime? In today’s fast-paced world with 24/7 application and database availability, some of your applications may not be able to afford significant downtime while migrating on-premises databases […]

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Continuous database replication using AWS DMS to migrate from Oracle to Amazon Aurora

This is a guest post from IPG. In their own words, “IPG, based in Japan, specializes in TV-related data. We use data from broadcasters across Japan, format it for easy use and understanding, structure it with metatags, and make it simple to use on any platform, like smartphones.” This post discusses the different optimizations we […]

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Disaster recovery on Amazon RDS for Oracle using AWS DMS

AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) helps you migrate data from databases on-premises to Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). You can also use it to migrate data between heterogeneous or homogeneous database engines, among other things. Businesses of all sizes use AWS to enable faster disaster recovery (DR) of their critical IT systems without having […]

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Automating table mappings creation in AWS DMS

AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) helps you migrate on-premises databases to AWS quickly and securely. It supports homogeneous migrations as well as heterogeneous migrations. The source database remains operational while the migration is running or being tested. Migration takes place using a DMS replication server, source, target endpoints, and migration tasks. If you are […]

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Validating database objects after migration using AWS SCT and AWS DMS

Database migration can be a complicated task. It presents all the challenges of changing your software platform, understanding source data complexity, data loss checks, thoroughly testing existing functionality, comparing application performance, and validating your data. AWS provides several tools and services that provide a pre-migration checklist and migration assessments. You can use the AWS Schema […]

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Automating database migration and refreshing activities with AWS DMS

Application developers and system administrators replicate data across datastores to migrate, refresh, and mask data. For most organizations, data replication is a complex, multiphase process, including assessment, schema conversion, script conversion, data migration, functional testing, performance tuning, and other tasks. Multiple tools are available to support data replication. AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) helps you quickly […]

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Python code to download DMS Task Logs using the AWS DMS Task ID

With AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS), you can migrate databases to AWS quickly and securely. In this post, we walk through the sample Python code required to download AWS DMS task logs on to your local computer using the AWS DMS task ID. Overview The DMS task logs contain task information logged during the […]

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How to Scale AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) replication instances 

AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) helps you migrate databases to AWS quickly and securely. The AWS DMS migration process encompasses setting up a replication instance, source and target endpoints, and replication tasks. Your replication instance uses resources like CPU, memory, storage, and I/O, which may get constrained depending on the size of your instance and the […]

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