AWS RDS Server Overview & Features

A group of managed services known as Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS Server) makes it simple to set up, run, and grow databases in the cloud.

Select one of seven well-liked engines — MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and SQL Server — and install it on-premises using Amazon RDS on AWS Outposts. Amazon Aurora also supports PostgreSQL and MySQL. 

What is Replication?

Replication is a simple technique that may be used to improve availability and reliability for production workloads using Amazon RDS. You can execute mission-critical workloads with high availability and built-in automatic failover from your primary database to a synchronously replicated secondary database using the Multi-AZ deployment option.

Use cases of AWS RDS Server 

High throughput, storage scalability, and availability are all features of RDS Server that support expanding apps. Instead of worrying about self-managing your databases, which can be time-consuming, complicated, and expensive, use Amazon RDS to innovate and create new apps. Get rid of pricey, restrictive commercial databases using Amazon Aurora.

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Amazon RDS Features

Your deployment's relational database software will always be up to date with the newest fixes thanks to Amazon RDS. The parameters and settings for the engine and class you have chosen are pre-configured in Amazon RDS database instances.

An SSD-backed storage option called Amazon RDS General Purpose Storage offers a steady baseline of 3 IOPS per allocated GB and the flexibility to burst up to 3,000 IOPS over the baseline. Your database instance may be restored to a specific point in time thanks to Amazon RDS' automatic backup capability.

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