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How to Choose AWS Storage

Consider your storage options will go a long way in determining the scalability, performance, and cost effectiveness of the application and cloud set-up.

Manguirish Sardesai | July 3, 2018

6 Benefits of Migrating to AWS Postgres

As cloud adoption soars, there are advantages with a database-as-a-service provider. If you’re considering AWS Postgres, here’s six ways to benefit.

Eric Russo | November 8, 2017

The Strategy Behind Migrating MongoDB to the Cloud

MongoDB is a perfect candidate for a cloud migration because it’s designed to act as a distributed database system. There are three options to migrate.

Esayas Aloto | October 12, 2017

MongoDB and AWS- A Perfect Match

Amazon now supports MongoDB migration onto its AWS platform. Find out why MongoDB and Amazon S3 combination is a perfect match for the database infrastructure.

Esayas Aloto | October 3, 2017
DBA, cloud, oracle

How to DBA in the Cloud

New blog post series about “How To DBA” in the cloud. The answers will may be different if you choose IaaS, DBaaS and Oracle Cloud or Amazon Cloud.

Megan Elphingstone | September 14, 2017
AWS EC2 RDS

Amazon RDS vs EC2 – Which is a better fit for you?

Amazon RDS and EC2 services have differences that impact how they fit into your environment. This blog post compares capacity, pricing and flexibility.

Charleste King | September 7, 2017
CloudWatch

How to Use CloudWatch to Monitor DB Performance

Amazon CloudWatch provides great monitoring services of AWS cloud resources and clients’ applications running on AWS infrastructure.

Charleste King | August 10, 2017
AWS SQL Server

AWS Alphabet — Core Concepts for SQL Server DBAs

The alphabet of Amazon Web Services for SQL Server DBAs: AWS, SQL, RDS, EC2, S3, and VPC.

Trevor Banks | August 1, 2017
amazon s3

Amazon S3 Storage for SQL Server Databases

Amazon’s S3 service provides a cost effective and reliable way of storing backups. This blog post shows you how to effectively handle backups using Amazon S3.

Manguirish Sardesai | July 27, 2017