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Tag: RDS Oracle

Part 1 – Role of the DBA When Moving to Amazon RDS: Responsibilities

This blog post is the first in a two-part series. In this first post, we discuss how moving to Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) can change your role as a traditional DBA and bring more value to you, the business, key projects, and end users. In the next post, we will discuss how to use other AWS products to automate any remaining regular tasks in Amazon RDS.

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Testing Amazon RDS for Oracle: Plotting Latency and IOPS for OLTP I/O Pattern

Kevin Closson is a principal specialist solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we take the Amazon Leadership Principles to heart. One such principle is that leaders Earn Trust. Although this principle guides how leaders should act, I like to extend the idea into how we can help customers enjoy more […]

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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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Implementing DB Instance Stop and Start in Amazon RDS

This post is from Matt Merriel at AWS partner Kloud, and Marc Teichtahl, manager for AWS Partner Solutions Architecture Australia and New Zealand. Kloud uses the new stop and start capabilities in Amazon RDS to lower costs for customers who don’t require 24×7 access to their databases during the testing and development phases of their […]

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Understanding Burst vs. Baseline Performance with Amazon RDS and GP2

Phil Intihar is a database engineer at Amazon Web Services. When we think about database storage, the dimensions that matter are the size, latency, throughput, and IOPS of the volume. IOPS stands for input/output (operations) per second, and latency is a measure of the time it takes for a single I/O request to complete. As […]

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Oracle Migration Automated – How to Automate Generation of Selection and Transformation Rules for AWS Data Migration Service

Akm Raziul Islam is a database architect at Amazon Web Services. You can use AWS Data Migration Service (AWS DMS) to copy data from multiple schemas in an Oracle source to a single Amazon RDS for Oracle target. You can also migrate data to different schemas on a target. But to do this, you need […]

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Installing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on Amazon RDS for Oracle

Marc Teichtahl is a solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) is a web service that makes it easier to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It provides cost-efficient, resizable capacity for an industry-standard relational database and manages common database administration tasks. Amazon RDS offers […]

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Using Amazon RDS for Oracle as the Oracle SOA Suite Database

This post is written by Fabio Douek, an architect at AWS Partner Rubicon Red. When we started to provision Oracle Fusion Middleware platforms with AWS, we took advantage of the ability to create AWS infrastructure within minutes. We can also use MyST to provision complex platforms that are EDG-compliant with Oracle Fusion Middleware in less […]

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