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Tag: open source

Loading data into Amazon Keyspaces with cqlsh

The Cassandra Query Language Shell (cqlsh) is an open-source command line shell that you can use to run CQL commands and perform database administrative tasks, such as creating and modifying tables. You can use cqlsh to get started with Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra)—a scalable, highly available, managed Cassandra-compatible database—by loading data from a CSV […]

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SCT Workflow

Categorizing and Prioritizing a Large-Scale Move to an Open Source Database

The AWS Schema Conversion Tool (AWS SCT) and AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) are tools that help facilitate and simplify migrating your commercial database to a variety of engines on Amazon RDS. AWS SCT specifically helps simplify proprietary database migrations to open source. It does this by automatically converting your source database schema and a majority […]

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