CLOUDBASIC RDS Always-On/Geo-Replicate for SQL Server HA/DR/Redshift/S3

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If SQL Server is part of your cloud or hybrid cloud system architecture, CloudBasic RDS Always-On/Geo-Replicate (Multi-AZ-R/Multi-AR) for MS SQL Server Web/Standard/Enterprise and Redshift/S3 Data Lake, could become your solution for: (1) Readable-Replicas: create RDS/EC2 SQL Server Multi-AZ-R and/or Multi-AR (Cross-Region; hybrid) Readable-Replicas for High-Availability (HA), to off-load primaries, Data-Locality or Disaster Recovery (DR). All RDS/SQL Server editions, including Web Edition, are supported. (2) RDS/SQL Server-to-Redshfit SCD Types 1-2 data streaming: setup seamless no-ETL, no... See more

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Doesn't work

  • By Mark Wong
  • on 11/19/2014

Lack of documentation

Try to set it up to replicate between 2 RDS MS SQL within the same region. Doesn't seems to let me specify a port on the connection string. Took me a while to figure out it doesn't like hostname:port.

Using the Quick setup wizard, it will always try to create the destination database and the "Do nothing" when destination database already exist option doesn't work. I then dropped the database to let it run. OK then it worked for a initial transfer.

Later I restart the whole process again doing the advance option. Initial replication went okay. The schedule job that perform track changes never kick in. Well, the scheduler doesn't seems to do schedule. At least the schedule - execution log always show ...

Finally, I do a "manual" track changes transfer. The log said it managed to find 100 rows of changes (Did insert 100 new rows to the table). I found on the destination only 88 new rows got inserted.

Given the above, don't think I can use this version 1.0 at all.

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