AWS Database Blog

Tag: Storage

Best storage practices for running production workloads on hosted databases with Amazon RDS or Amazon EC2

AWS offers multiple options to host your databases serving OLTP workloads – host your own managed database on Amazon EC2 instances or use Amazon RDS managed by AWS. RDS manages high availability, automated backups, database upgrades, OS patches, security, and read replica. RDS also offers the cloud-native option Amazon Aurora database engine, which is compatible […]

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A serverless solution to monitor the storage of your Amazon DynamoDB tables

If you use Amazon DynamoDB as your application’s NoSQL database service, you might want to track how much storage your DynamoDB tables are using. DynamoDB publishes its service metrics to Amazon CloudWatch. CloudWatch helps you monitor and analyze those metrics, set alarms, and react automatically to changes in your AWS resources. Currently, DynamoDB sends many […]

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