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Category: AWS CLI

Unlock the power of the AWS CLI for Amazon RDS and Amazon Aurora

With the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) for Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) and Amazon Aurora, you can use shell commands to create, modify, delete, and generate reports for many kinds of objects, such as database instances, Aurora clusters, parameter groups, and so on. In this post, we show how to use the […]

Currently, even though the actual chain of API calls is still necessary, the AWS API automates this workflow for you.

Managing Amazon RDS databases in multi-account environments with the AWS CLI

AWS provides AWS organizations and AWS Landing Zone solutions to manage and automate new account creation. This helps you to create multiple AWS accounts separated based on applications, development, production, or organizations within a company. This approach helps with resource isolation and separating development from production, but makes it complex for some of the teams […]