AWS Database Blog

Category: Monitoring and observability

Enable fine-grained access control and observability for API operations in Amazon DynamoDB

Customers choose Amazon DynamoDB to improve their applications’ performance, scalability, and resiliency. DynamoDB’s serverless architecture simplifies operations by abstracting hardware, scaling, patches, and maintenances. Managing data access and security in DynamoDB is different than instance-based database solutions. DynamoDB uses AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) to authenticate and authorize access to resources, whereas RBDMS solutions rely on firewalls rules, […]

Improve observability by using Amazon RDS Custom for SQL Server with Telegraf and Amazon Grafana

You can use open source monitoring solutions like Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana to monitor your applications and databases running on-premises or on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). In this post, we explain how you can leverage these tools on Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) Custom for SQL Server. Use of open source software […]

Deriving real-time insights with Amazon Timestream – now up to three times faster query response times

Amazon Timestream is a serverless time series database that customers across a broad range of industry verticals have adopted to derive real-time insights, monitor critical business applications, and analyze millions of real-time events across websites and applications. By analyzing these diverse workloads, in conjunction with the query access patterns and query concurrency requirements, we made […]