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Analyze PostgreSQL logs with Amazon Elasticsearch Service

Amazon RDS supports publishing PostgreSQL logs to Amazon CloudWatch for versions 9.6.6 and above. Aurora PostgreSQL supports publishing logs to CloudWatch Logs for versions 9.6.12 and above, and versions 10.7 and above. By live streaming this data from CloudWatch to Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES), you maintain continuous visibility of RDS PostgreSQL DB logs. You can visualize, […]

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Working with RDS and Aurora PostgreSQL logs: Part 2

The first post in this series, Working with RDS and Aurora PostgreSQL Logs: Part 1, discussed the importance of PostgreSQL logs and how to tune various parameters to capture more database activity details. PostgreSQL logs provide useful information when troubleshooting database issues. This post focuses on different methods to access PostgreSQL logs. The PostgreSQL logs […]

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Working with RDS and Aurora PostgreSQL logs: Part 1

PostgreSQL is one of the most popular open-source relational database systems. With more than 30 years of development work, PostgreSQL has proven to be a highly reliable and robust database that can handle a large number of complicated data workloads. AWS provides two managed PostgreSQL options: Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL and Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL. One […]

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Introducing log management in AWS Database Migration Service

AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) helps you migrate databases to AWS quickly and securely. You can migrate your data to and from most widely used commercial and open-source databases, such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL. The service supports homogeneous migrations such as Oracle to Oracle, and also heterogeneous migrations between different database […]

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Viewing Amazon Elasticsearch Service Slow Logs

Today, Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) announced support for publishing slow logs to Amazon CloudWatch Logs. This new feature enables you to publish Elasticsearch slow logs from your indexing and search operations and gain insights into the performance of those operations. You can enable slow logs to identify whether a performance issue on your cluster […]

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