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Improving Oracle backup and recovery performance with Amazon EBS multi-volume crash-consistent snapshots

Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) snapshots offer the ability to back up the data on your EBS volumes to Amazon S3 by taking point-in-time snapshots. If you run your Oracle Databases on Amazon EC2 and use EBS volumes, you may be using EBS snapshots to meet your backup requirements. Prior to May 2019, you had […]

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Setting up for cross-account native backup and restore in Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server

Reviewed and updated on June 2022. Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) supports native backup and restore for Microsoft SQL Server databases. If you have multiple AWS accounts, you can perform native backup and restore across these accounts, provided that your Amazon RDS instance and the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket are in […]

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RDS SQL Server has two new exciting backup and restore enhancements

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) is the primary mechanism for running relational databases in the AWS Cloud. Amazon RDS for SQL Server supports running SQL Server versions from SQL Server 2008 R2 to SQL Server 2017. The RDS for SQL Server team has recently released two key improvements around backup and restore for native […]

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ElastiCache for Redis Backup and Restore with Cluster Resizing

Clusters provide a lot of capabilities in Amazon ElastiCache for Redis. Using autosharding to distribute data across the shards of a cluster enables high performance (over 4.5m writes/sec and 20m reads/sec, with each operation typically under 500µs) and high capacity (up to 3.5TiB of data) with high reliability and with recovery of failed nodes usually […]

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