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Amazon Aurora New Feature: Write Forwarding for Secondary AWS Regions

Amazon Aurora has released a new feature that’s available for write forwarding. This blog lays out the steps to follow to enable auto forwarding.

Dilip Kumar | September 2, 2020

How DBAs Will Support the Digital Workplace

Digital transformation requires new solutions to new challenges, many of which center around using data to achieve new insights, learn more about the role of a DBA.

Rakesh Nagdev | August 4, 2020

10 Best Practices to Secure PostgreSQL AWS RDS/Aurora

Follow these 10 best practices in order to secure PostgreSQL AWS RDS/Aurora.

Shailesh Rangani | July 21, 2020

CloudEndure Migration & Disaster Recovery

Avoid high costs in migrations and disaster recovery by using CloudEndure , new blog shows the steps for an implementation.

Subbu Devalla | July 8, 2020

DBAs, the Cloud, & the Future

Some think that cloud providers are taking over the role of the DBA. However, the industry is seeing a concurrent evolution, not reduction, in the DBA’s role.

Srinivasa Krishna | June 29, 2020

SQL Server to Cloud: AWS RDS or EC2

If you want to move to the cloud, you’re probably looking for the fastest and most successful way to get there. Let’s compare a SQL Server migration to AWS Cloud.

Jeff Duncan | April 21, 2020

Read Replicas for MySQL and Maria DB on AWS RDS

Read Replicas may or may not get stored in the same region as the source DB instance in AWS. Read Replicas are supported by several database engines.

Srinivasa Krishna | March 17, 2020

SQL Server on AWS: You Had Questions, Jeff Has Answers!

SQL Server & AWS expert Jeff Duncan follows up from his PASS webinar with attendee questions.

Jeff Duncan | March 11, 2020

AWS IAM to Authenticate Against RDS Instances & Aurora Clusters

Authenticate your RDS instance or Aurora cluster without a password using AWS IAM. It works for PostgreSQL and MySQL databases on RDS.

Shailesh Rangani | February 26, 2020