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Category: Database

Thursday, November 29: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018. You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Thursday, November 29 1:00 PM DAT352-R – Migrate Your Nonrelational Database to AWS In this session, learn how to […]

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Amazon DynamoDB On-Demand – No Capacity Planning and Pay-Per-Request Pricing

Just a few years ago, creating a database that could support your business at any scale while providing consistent low latency was a daunting task. That changed in 2012 with Werner Vogels’ blog post announcing Amazon DynamoDB. Amazon DynamoDB was built on the principles in the original Dynamo paper that Amazon published in 2007. Over the years, lots of […]

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New – Amazon DynamoDB Transactions

Over the years, customers have used Amazon DynamoDB for lots of different use cases, from building microservices and mobile backends to implementing gaming and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. For example, Capital One uses DynamoDB to reduce the latency of their mobile applications by moving their mainframe transactions to a serverless architecture. Tinder migrated user data to DynamoDB with zero downtime, to get […]

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Wednesday, November 28: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

Updated: Added DAT374, which takes place at 7:00 PM today. This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018.  You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Wednesday, November 28 11:30 AM DAT325 – How Oath […]

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Tuesday, November 27: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018. You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Tuesday, November 27 8:30 AM DAT404-R – Advanced Design Patterns for Amazon DynamoDB – Workshop This hands-on […]

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Monday, November 26: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018. You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Monday, November 26 11:30 AM DAT365 – Separating Fact from Fiction: Amazon DynamoDB Scaling and Adaptive Capacity […]

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Oracle Database zero downtime migration with AWS Database Migration Service and Accelario

Accelario is database migration software that provides a fast and easy way to load an Oracle database to Amazon Web Services (AWS). At the end of the initial load, database synchronization starts immediately using AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS), and the result is a zero downtime migration of your database.

Businesses that require 24/7 operation face a significant issue when moving databases into the cloud: Up until now, few if any cost-effective options existed to minimize the resulting downtime. With its recent integration with AWS DMS, Accelario provides a ready-to-use, zero downtime, full database migration solution—meaning that the whole database is migrated, including users, procedures, views, etc. When the process is done, you can access your database and start using it with your application immediately.

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Use the AWS Database Migration Service to Stream Change Data to Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

In this post, we discuss how you can use AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) to stream change data into Amazon Kinesis Data Streams. An earlier post, Load CDC Data, discussed real-time data processing architecture. As part of that, it covered how to capture changes in an Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server database using AWS […]

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Introducing Amazon Elasticsearch Service as a target in AWS Database Migration Service

We’re excited to announce the addition of a new target in AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS)—Amazon Elasticsearch Service. You can now migrate data to Amazon Elasticsearch Service from all AWS DMS–supported sources. With support for this new target, you can use DMS in your data integration pipelines to replicate data in near-real time into […]

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Best practices for migrating an Oracle database to Amazon RDS PostgreSQL or Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL: Target database considerations for the PostgreSQL environment

An Oracle to PostgreSQL migration in the AWS Cloud can be a complex multistage process with different technologies and skills involved, starting from the assessment stage to the cutover stage. This blog post is the third in a series that discusses high-level aspects about the components to consider for a database migration. The series doesn’t […]

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