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Tag: MySQL

Intuit story: Automate migration from on-premises MySQL to Amazon Aurora

Databases are core to many of our applications at Intuit. The database team has been working out which architecture to standardize on and what run books and tools to build in order to migrate and then operate in the cloud. We realized that the fastest way to resolve our questions would be to take one of our existing on-premises applications and run it through an actual migration to Amazon Aurora.

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Tuning Amazon RDS for MySQL with Performance Insights

Amazon RDS Performance Insights brings an intuitive tuning interface to Amazon RDS to help you discover and investigate performance issues on your RDS databases. The look and feel of Performance Insights is the same across all database engine types, such as RDS for MySQL, RDS for PostgreSQL, and Amazon Aurora. However, every engine has a […]

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Cal Poly’s software engineering capstone class builds MySQL capture and replay on AWS

At California Polytechnic State University, the software engineering school’s capstone class was created in support of the university’s “Learn by Doing” philosophy. Students in the class experience over the course of a full school year what it’s like to work on a collaborative industry project. This is Dr. David Janzen’s tenth year teaching this course, […]

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Migrate to the MySQL-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora while protecting personal data using encryption

Security is a top priority at AWS, and the same is true for our customers. We spend a significant amount of resources protecting personal data and are constantly enhancing our capabilities to make data protection easier for our customers. All AWS services including the MySQL-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora comply with the European Union’s General […]

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Learn to master MySQL database migrations with Aurora

By Nathaniel Kangpan, SVP Technology & Data Services, Kepler Group I have yet to meet a client in the past 12 months that doesn’t already (a) have a team or two dipping their toes into cloud-based infrastructure, or (b) have the cloud on their roadmap for 2018. Total cost of ownership (TCO) savings for migrating […]

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How to Migrate from MySQL to Amazon Aurora using AWS SCT and AWS DMS

MySQL is a great open-source database engine, which a lot of companies use because it’s cost-effective. However, like any other open-source database, it takes a lot of work to get commercial-grade performance out of it. As the size of your database increases, the complexity of scaling and crash recovery in MySQL also increases. Scaling out […]

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Migrating a SQL Server Database to a MySQL-Compatible Database Engine

This post provides an overview of how you can migrate your Microsoft SQL Server database to a MySQL-compatible database engine such as Amazon RDS for MySQL, Amazon RDS for MariaDB, or Amazon Aurora MySQL. The following are the two main parts of a database migration: Schema conversion: Converting the schema objects is usually the most […]

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Monitoring MySQL-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora Audit Events with Amazon CloudWatch

Chayan Biswas is a product manager at Amazon Web Services. The Advanced Auditing capability in MySQL-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora allows you to capture detailed logs of database (DB) activity. You can choose what kind of information is collected: connects, queries, and tables affected by the queries, or any combination thereof. You can review these […]

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