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Welcome to Datavail’s Blog, where you can read the latest insights, tips and opinions of our experts on all things data and technology.

Category: AWS

Why Migrating PostgreSQL to Amazon Aurora is a Great Decision

Amazon Aurora, an AWS service, can help you maximize the benefits of your PostgreSQL investment by taking it into an optimized cloud environment.

Shailesh Rangani | December 1, 2021

The Benefits of Cloud Modernization

Before your next cloud migration, consider going through a cloud modernization. Learn more.

Datavail | November 16, 2021

Why PostgreSQL Gets Even Better in the Cloud

On-premises PostgreSQL deployments may keep your organization from getting the most out of this database – consider a cloud migration to reap the benefits.

Shailesh Rangani | November 11, 2021

What Is an Accelerated Cloud Migration?

Migrating on-premises systems to the cloud is a vast undertaking and often involves significant trial and error. Get it right with an accelerated cloud migration.

Datavail | November 9, 2021

Exploring the Possibilities of Babelfish for Aurora PostgreSQL

Using Babelfish for Aurora PostgreSQL transforms your legacy SQL Server database and application migrations in many ways, learn more about the possibilities.

Shailesh Rangani | August 18, 2021

Why Companies Are Moving Their Analytics to AWS Cloud

Here are some advantages of moving analytics to AWS Cloud, and some tips & tricks from our AWS Cloud Migrations.

Tom Hoblitzell | August 4, 2021

Oracle to Amazon RDS Migration Best Practices

An Oracle to Amazon RDS migration is an extensive process that requires significant resources. Thoroughly planning sets your organization up for success.

Brandon Webb | July 21, 2021

Application Migration Service (AMS): Disaster & Recovery

Using Application Migration Service for disaster recovery is essential to keeping your data secure.

Brandon Webb | July 14, 2021

Datavail Achieves AWS Service Delivery Designation for Amazon RDS

We’ve reached an exciting milestone: We’ve achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Delivery Designation for Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS).

Dan Russell | July 7, 2021
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