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Migrating Oracle Database from On-Premises or Amazon EC2 Instances to Amazon Redshift

Ballu Singh and Pubali Sen are solutions architects at Amazon Web Services. AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) helps you migrate databases to AWS easily and securely. The AWS Database Migration Service can migrate your data to and from most widely used commercial and open-source databases. The service supports homogenous migrations such as Oracle to […]

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How to Stream Data from Amazon DynamoDB to Amazon Aurora using AWS Lambda and Amazon Kinesis Firehose

Aravind Kodandaramaiah is a partner solutions architect with the AWS Partner Program Introduction We find that customers running AWS workloads often use both Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon Aurora. Amazon DynamoDB is a fast and flexible NoSQL database service for all applications that need consistent, single-digit millisecond latency at any scale. Its flexible data model and reliable performance […]

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Events and Notifications in AWS Database Migration Service

We’ve recently added a new feature in AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS)—the ability to receive DMS events notifications, such as email messages, text messages, or calls to HTTP endpoints, through Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS). You now can subscribe and receive notifications for two types of events—events related to DMS instances and events […]

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How to Configure a Private Network Environment for Amazon DynamoDB Using VPC Endpoints

Gisung Lim is a security solutions architect at Amazon Web Services Korea and Sangpill Kim is an enterprise solutions architect at Amazon Web Services Korea. This blog post explains how to enhance the privacy and security of data transfers between Amazon DynamoDB and your corporate network using the new Amazon VPC Endpoints for DynamoDB (currently in public preview). With […]

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Preventing Accidental Table Deletion in DynamoDB

Edin Zulich, AWS NoSQL solutions architect It’s easy to delete a table in Amazon DynamoDB, and that means that it’s easy to delete one by accident, too. Fortunately, you can minimize the risk of accidentally deleting a table using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), which provides authentication and access control for DynamoDB. As a […]

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Wave: A Private Location App Running on Amazon RDS

By Pablo Clemente, CTO, Wave How many times have you endured the painful process of meeting up with someone and having to constantly text or call them to find out where exactly they are? Doing this is not only inefficient and frustrating, but also a potential danger for anyone who is driving or moving. Recently, […]

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Eduphoria Uses Amazon Aurora to Give Educators Superpowers

Eduphoria is making great use of Amazon Aurora and other AWS database services. In this guest post, you can learn about how they use Amazon Aurora to scale their read workload while saving costs. This post was written by Aaron Dulaney, director of infrastructure operations at Eduphoria. At Eduphoria, we provide K–12 educators the tools […]

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ETL Job Orchestration with Matillion, Amazon DynamoDB, and AWS Lambda

Traditional ETL tools often run on a schedule. If you are due to receive a file from a vendor between 1 A.M. and 4 A.M. on the third Wednesday of the month, you likely have a job scheduled look for the file at 4 A.M. But what if the file arrives late? Or what if […]

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Amazon Aurora Under the Hood: Fast DDL

Anurag Gupta runs a number of AWS database services, including Amazon Aurora, which he helped design. In the Under the Hood series, Anurag discusses the design considerations and technology underpinning Aurora. Amazon Aurora is a MySQL-compatible database that combines the speed and availability of high-end commercial databases with the simplicity and cost-effectiveness of open-source databases. […]

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Testing Automatic Failover to a Read Replica on Amazon ElastiCache for Redis

Darin Briskman is a developer evangelist at Amazon Web Services. You can reach him @briskmad “Trust, but verify.” — U. S. President Ronald Reagan, 1987 In this comment, President Reagan quoted a Russian proverb to describe his philosophy for nuclear disarmament treaties. But the same philosophy also applies well to DevOps! Amazon ElastiCache for Redis […]

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