AWS engineers are significant contributors to the open source databases that our managed services are built on and that our customers depend on. Aurora PostgreSQL and MySQL-compatible editions and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB, are AWS services built on, or compatible with, open source databases.
How Zomato Boosted Performance 25% and Cut Compute Cost 30% Migrating Trino and Druid Workloads to AWS Graviton
Learn the price/performance benefits of adopting AWS Graviton based instances for high throughput, near real-time big data analytics workloads running on Java-based, open source Apache Druid and Trino applications.
SDAS is an open source solution available under Apache License 2.0, which you can deploy in your AWS account to archive Oracle, Microsoft SQL, and MySQL databases to AWS.
AWS partner Supabase is using Trusted Language Extensions for PostgreSQL to improve the developer experience and make it easier for them to support more extensions.
In this blog post, we explain the use case for the open source credentials-fetcher daemon and give simple instructions for using an Active Directory domain joined Linux server with a group Managed Service Account (gMSA).
Customers can reduce the time it takes to detect and prevent fraud with this solution which allows financial analysts faster access to transactional data by automating data ingestion and replication.
Dive Deeper into Data Lake for Nonprofits, a New Open Source Solution from AWS for Salesforce for Nonprofits
Data Lake for Nonprofits is an open source application that helps nonprofit organizations set up a data lake in their AWS account and populate it with the data that they have in the Salesforce Non Profit Success Pack (NPSP) schema.
How to Apply GitOps to Everything Using Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Crossplane, and Flux
Open source Crossplane enables GitOps to be applied virtually everywhere using Kubernetes as a proxy to provision and manage cloud resources. This article will take you in a step-by-step workflow to provision Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) clusters and an Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) database the GitOps way using Crossplane and Flux.
Code isn’t the only way to contribute to open source. The popular Apache TinkerPop project has a recognizable and memorable identity thanks to graphic artist and Apache committer Ketrina Thompson.
Kubernetes is gaining popularity as a control plane application programming interface (API), and coupling it with Crossplane further extends its usability. Kubernetes not only orchestrates and schedules containers, but also manages resources by extending the declarative APIs and adding a reconciliation process. The combination is appealing to both DevOps teams and application development teams because […]