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Implement a CI/CD pipeline for Ethereum smart contract development on AWS – Part 1

Continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) is a process that automates software development workflows and deploys better quality software that avoids bugs and code failure. CI/CD removes the manual human intervention that was traditionally needed to get code changes from development environments to production servers. With a CI/CD pipeline, code changes are automatically detected, built, […]

Monitor real-time Amazon RDS OS metrics with flexible granularity using Enhanced Monitoring

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) provides access to real-time metrics for your operating system, enabling you to monitor how different processes or threads use RDS resources. You can manage the metrics you want to monitor for each instance on the Amazon RDS console. Amazon CloudWatch is the native monitoring tool of AWS. It is […]

Automate switchover of Oracle E-Business Suite on Amazon RDS Custom for Oracle

Oracle E-Business Suite is a business application suite that includes financial, supply chain, human resources, and customer relationship management modules. Due to the application’s critical nature, it’s important to architect Oracle E-Business Suite for high availability and develop the ability to switch over the application and database as quickly as possible in order to minimize […]

Join Amazon RDS for SQL Server to your self-managed Active Directory

In this post, we show you how to integrate your Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for SQL Server instances with your self-managed Active Directory (AD). Previously, you could only join your RDS for SQL Server instances to an AWS Managed Microsoft AD directory. You were able to connect your on-premises AD via a trust […]

Perform fuzzy full-text search and semantic search on Amazon DocumentDB using Amazon OpenSearch Service

In this post, we show you how to integrate Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) with Amazon OpenSearch Service using AWS Lambda integration and run full-text search, fuzzy search, and synonym search on an artificially generated reviews dataset. Amazon DocumentDB is a fast, scalable, highly durable, and fully managed database service for operating mission-critical MongoDB API-compatible […]

Choose AWS Graviton and cloud storage for your Ethereum nodes infrastructure on AWS

The first question that comes up for everyone who wants to manage their own Ethereum nodes on AWS is how to select the right compute and storage. To answer this question, we ran a series of tests and observed how popular Ethereum Execution Layer (EL) clients go-ethereum with LevelDB (Geth) and Erigon work on Amazon […]

Introducing Amazon RDS for MariaDB 10.11 for up to 40% higher transaction throughput

MariaDB is a popular open-source high performance database. Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for MariaDB supports multiple major engine versions including 10.4, 10.5, 10.6. Today, Amazon RDS has announced support for MariaDB major version 10.11, which is the latest long-term supported major version from the MariaDB community. When compared to previous versions, Amazon RDS for MariaDB […]

Upgrade from Amazon Aurora Serverless v1 to v2 with minimal downtime

When Amazon Aurora Serverless v1 came out, it was one of the most exciting new features of 2018. The ability to have a relational database without having to worry about paying for idle compute, and without having a poor user experience due to periods of high load with insufficient capacity, was game-changing, and many AWS […]

IPFS on AWS, Part 2: Deploy a production IPFS cluster on Amazon EKS

This series of posts provides a comprehensive introduction to running IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) on AWS: In Part 1, we introduce the IPFS concepts and test IPFS features on an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance In Part 2, we propose a reference architecture and build an IPFS cluster on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service […]

Deploy multi-Region Amazon RDS for SQL Server using cross-Region read replicas with a disaster recovery blueprint – Part 2

In our previous post, we deployed multi-Region disaster recovery blueprint using Amazon Route 53, Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for SQL Server and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). In this post we walk you through the process of promoting RDS for SQL Server in the AWS secondary Region and performing a cross-Region failover […]