Tag: Aurora MySQL
Amazon Aurora for MySQL compatibility now supports global transaction identifiers (GTIDs) replication
In this blog post, we discuss the advantages of GTID-based replication and support of Amazon Aurora for MySQL.
March 2022 update: Version 3.0.3 of the MariaDB JDBC Driver (Connector/J) no longer supports Amazon Aurora. We recommend using the AWS JDBC Driver for MySQL which is based on and can be used as a drop-in compatible for the MySQL Connector/J driver, and is compatible with all MySQL deployments. This blog post demonstrates how to use the MariaDB JDBC driver, known […]
In this blog post, we will take a quick tour of the Performance Insights dashboard for the Amazon Aurora MySQL-Compatible Edition and learn to analyze certain performance issues.
Amazon Aurora with MySQL compatibility is a popular choice for customers looking to consolidate database workloads. Aurora MySQL is a relational database engine that combines the speed and reliability of high-end commercial databases with the simplicity and cost-effectiveness of open-source databases. It also delivers up to five times the throughput of the standard MySQL community […]
Database migrations are challenging, especially for heterogeneous database migrations such as Oracle to Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL, Oracle to Amazon Aurora MySQL, or Microsoft SQL Server to MySQL. The schema structure, data types, and database code of source databases can be quite different from those of the target databases, requiring a schema and code transformation step before the […]
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 […]
NEW! Amazon Aurora with MySQL compatibility now supports publishing of all logs to CloudWatch Logs using the process described below. Amazon RDS has long offered customers the ability to view and download logs associated with their DB instances for troubleshooting purposes. Now, with Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for MySQL and Amazon RDS for […]