Amazon Aurora is available through Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) as a fully managed database engine. After launching an Aurora instance, you can connect to it using any database client that supports MySQL or PostgreSQL. Below you will find the resources you need to get started with Amazon Aurora, migrate your existing databases and applications, and learn best practices.

Getting Started

Immediately get hands-on with Amazon Aurora. Leverage these tutorials and guides to get up and running fast.

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Introduction to Amazon Aurora (2:28)

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Create Your First Aurora Database Cluster (4:15)

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What's New in Amazon Aurora (45:00)

Developing on Aurora

Aurora is compatible with the MySQL and PostgreSQL tools you use today, while offering additional features to enhance your productivity.

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Deep Dive on Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility (51:56)

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Deep Dive on Amazon Aurora with MySQL Compatibility (1:02:23)

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Aurora Serverless: Scalable, Cost-Effective Application Deployment (55:04)                         

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Develop Database Applications Faster with Amazon Aurora (18:56)                                 

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Accelerate Database Development and Testing with Amazon Aurora (1:00:48)

Performance Tuning

Learn tips and tricks for getting the most of your database service. These resources will walk your through running a benchmark and share both migration and performance best practices.

Managing Aurora

Get a handle on managing your Aurora service with these guides.

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How to Configure Your Amazon Aurora Database Cluster for Failover (3:07)

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Fast Database Cloning in Amazon Aurora (1:24)                   

Other Documentation and Resources

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