AWS Database Blog

Introducing schema compare in AWS Schema Conversion Tool

The AWS Schema Conversion Tool (AWS SCT) makes your database migrations more predictable. It does this by automatically converting the source database schema and most of the database code objects to a format compatible with the target database. We’re excited to announce a new feature in AWS SCT to enable schema comparison and synchronization for […]

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Use IAM authentication to connect with SQL Workbench/J to Amazon Aurora MySQL or Amazon RDS for MySQL

Introduction Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) enables you to use AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) to manage database access for Amazon RDS for MySQL DB instances and Amazon Aurora MySQL DB clusters. Database administrators can associate database users with IAM users and roles. By using IAM, you can manage user access to all AWS resources from a single location, avoiding […]

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The Database Migration Playbook has landed!

We are happy to announce the availability of the first edition in the Amazon Database Migration Playbooks series. We plan for each playbook to be a step-by-step guide that aims to help make heterogeneous database migrations faster and easier and achieve “database freedom.” What the Database Migration Playbooks do The Database Migration Playbooks (a joint […]

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A quick introduction to migrating from an Oracle database to an Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL database

In this post, we build an AWS CloudFormation stack to deploy resources to help demonstrate the process of migrating from an Oracle database to an Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL database. Because this is a heterogeneous migration, we follow a two-phase approach similar to what is detailed in How to Migrate Your Oracle Database to PostgreSQL. The […]

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How to use AWS CloudFormation to configure auto scaling for Amazon DynamoDB tables and indexes

A best practice for the deployment of AWS resources is to use a configuration system that treats your infrastructure as code. Infrastructure as code is a key enabler of DevOps practices, which bring developers and operations together to collaborate on automating application delivery at scale. By modeling your entire infrastructure as code in AWS CloudFormation […]

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Schema Conversion Tool blog series: Introducing new features in build 613

The AWS Schema Conversion Tool (AWS SCT) helps convert your existing database schema from one database engine to another. You can convert from a relational OLTP schema or any supported data warehouse OLAP schema to Amazon RDS (for example, Amazon Aurora MySQL or Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL, among others). You can also convert from a relational […]

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Query your AWS database from your serverless application

AWS database customers want to save money, scale seamlessly, and enjoy high availability by not having to launch Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) hosts in their virtual private cloud (VPC) to use as database clients. An application that you run without provisioning or managing an EC2 host is known as a serverless application. In […]

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Top 20 most visited Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide pages so far in 2018

The Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide provides an overview of concepts and detailed instructions for using the various features of Amazon DynamoDB. The following list contains the 20 most visited pages in the guide during the first two months of 2018. We’ve included a brief description with each link to explain what each page covers. Use […]

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Amazon Elasticsearch Service Now Supports the Seunjeon Plugin for Improved Korean Language Analysis

To ensure high fidelity parsing and matching for Korean text, Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) now supports the Seunjeon plugin. Using this plugin, you can create a custom analyzer that gives your users better results. Processing Asian languages for search When you use a search engine, you type words into the search box. The search […]

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Latency reduction of hybrid architectures with Amazon ElastiCache

A challenge that some organizations face when moving to the cloud is how best to migrate or integrate old legacy infrastructure with restrictive licensing to an environment that offers a breadth of functionality and pay-as-you-go pricing. AWS provides many options to help customers in their analysis and planning. One common approach is to establish a […]

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