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The most-viewed AWS Database Blog posts in 2018

The following 10 posts were the most viewed AWS Database Blog posts that we published during 2018. You can use this list as a guide to catch up on your Database Blog reading, or read a post again that you found particularly useful.

  1. Query your AWS database from your serverless application
  2. How the AWS Schema Conversion Tool Drove Trimble’s Database Migration Successes
  3. How to extract, transform, and load data for analytic processing using AWS Glue (Part 2)
  4. Challenges When Migrating from Oracle to PostgreSQL—and How to Overcome Them
  5. Introducing Ongoing Replication from Amazon RDS for SQL Server Using AWS Database Migration Service
  6. Monitor Amazon Aurora MySQL, Amazon RDS for MySQL and MariaDB logs with Amazon CloudWatch
  7. Analyzing Amazon RDS Database Workloads with Performance Insights
  8. Stream changes from Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL using Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and AWS Lambda
  9. Best practices for migrating an Oracle database to Amazon RDS PostgreSQL or Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL: Migration process and infrastructure considerations
  10. Using JSON with MySQL 5.7-compatible Amazon Aurora

The following 10 posts published since the blog’s inception were the most viewed AWS Database Blog posts in 2018. See why these posts are enduringly popular.

  1. Choosing the Right DynamoDB Partition Key
  2. Scaling Your Amazon RDS Instance Vertically and Horizontally
  3. Query your AWS database from your serverless application
  4. How to Build a Chat Application with Amazon ElastiCache for Redis
  5. DynamoDB Streams Use Cases and Design Patterns
  6. How the AWS Schema Conversion Tool Drove Trimble’s Database Migration Successes
  7. Cross-Region Automatic Disaster Recovery on Amazon RDS for Oracle Database Using DB Snapshots and AWS Lambda
  8. Streaming Changes in a Database with Amazon Kinesis
  9. How to extract, transform, and load data for analytic processing using AWS Glue (Part 2)
  10. Set Access Control for Amazon Elasticsearch Service

Let us know in the comments section below if you would like us to cover a specific database-related topic on the Database Blog in 2019.

– The AWS Database Blog team