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Tag: Oracle

Integrating Amazon RDS for Oracle with Amazon S3 using S3_integration

Amazon RDS for Oracle gives you the full benefits of a managed service solution. You can use the lift-and-shift approach to migrate your legacy Oracle database to Amazon RDS for Oracle and, as a result, reduce the need to refactor and change existing application components. Data warehouse (DW) extraction is an integral part of most […]

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Best practices for migrating an Oracle database to Amazon RDS PostgreSQL or Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL: Target database considerations for the PostgreSQL environment

An Oracle to PostgreSQL migration in the AWS Cloud can be a complex multistage process with different technologies and skills involved, starting from the assessment stage to the cutover stage. This blog post is the third in a series that discusses high-level aspects about the components to consider for a database migration. The series doesn’t […]

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Best practices for migrating an Oracle database to Amazon RDS PostgreSQL or Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL: Source database considerations for the Oracle and AWS DMS CDC environment

An Oracle to PostgreSQL migration in AWS Cloud can be a complex multistage process with different technologies and skills involved, starting from the assessment stage to the cutover stage. To better understand details of the complexities involved, see the AWS Database Blog post Database Migration—What Do You Need to Know Before You Start? This blog […]

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Best practices for migrating an Oracle database to Amazon RDS PostgreSQL or Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL: Migration process and infrastructure considerations

An Oracle to PostgreSQL migration in the AWS Cloud can be a complex multistage process with different technologies and skills involved, starting from the assessment stage to the cutover stage. This blog series covers the environment and configuration setups for your source Oracle database, the AWS Database Migration (AWS DMS) service, and the target PostgreSQL […]

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Migrating Oracle Autonomous Transactions to PostgreSQL

Migrating and operating a database includes layers of complexity and thorough planning. Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL and Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility can help you manage a variety of use cases. While migrating from Oracle to PostgreSQL, it’s very common to come across Oracle Autonomous Transactions. This post explains Autonomous Transactions and how you can […]

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AWS DMS now supports Binary Reader for Amazon RDS for Oracle and Oracle Standby as a source

We are excited to announce support for Binary Reader for Amazon RDS for Oracle and Oracle Active Data Guard Standby as sources for migration in AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS). AWS DMS helps you migrate databases to AWS quickly and relatively securely. It also helps you migrate data within AWS. You can migrate your […]

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How to migrate from Oracle to Amazon Aurora MySQL using AWS CloudFormation (Part 1)

Database migrations are challenging, especially for heterogeneous database migrations such as Oracle to Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL, Oracle to Amazon Aurora MySQL, or Microsoft SQL Server to MySQL. The schema structure, data types, and database code of source databases can be quite different from those of the target databases, requiring a schema and code transformation step before the […]

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Amazon Aurora as an Alternative to Oracle RAC

Written by David Yahalom, CTO and co-founder of NAYA Tech—a leading database, big data, and cloud professional and consulting service provider, located in San Jose, CA. In this post, I discuss how Amazon Aurora can serve as a powerful and flexible alternative to Oracle RAC. Both Oracle RAC and Amazon Aurora are designed to provide increased high availability and performance scalability for your databases.

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Cross-Region Automatic Disaster Recovery on Amazon RDS for Oracle Database Using DB Snapshots and AWS Lambda

Sameer Malik is a specialist solutions architect and Christian Williams is an enterprise solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. Many AWS users are taking advantage of the managed service offerings that are available in the AWS portfolio to remove much of the undifferentiated heavy lifting from their day-to-day activities. Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) […]

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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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