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Tag: EC2

Reading Amazon S3 Data from Oracle on Amazon EC2

When you’re working with AWS services, Amazon S3 is the first choice to store text data files. In the past, to access S3 data, first you’d download the files and then perform extract, transform, and load (ETL) to load the data into Oracle. This approach has two drawbacks. It takes time to download and perform […]

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Implement Linked Servers with Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server

Richard Waymire is a principal database specialist solutions architect for Amazon Web Services Linked servers allow Microsoft SQL Server to run SQL Server statements on other instances of database servers. In this blog post, we will focus on connectivity either to other instances of SQL Server in Amazon RDS or to SQL Server instances hosted […]

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A Large-Scale Cross-Regional Migration of NoSQL DB Clusters

Andrey Zaychikov is solutions architect at Amazon Web Services In this blog post, I will share experiences from a cross-regional migration of large-scale NoSQL database clusters (from Europe to the U.S.). The migration was a joint project implemented by the Ops team of our reference customer, FunCorp, and AWS Solutions Architects. “Our flagship product, iFunny, […]

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