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Benefits of Amazon RDS

[fa icon="calendar"] 08/03/18 09:05 by Editorial Team

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Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) is a controlled service that simplifies the process of setting up, operating and scaling a cloud’s relational database. It has an affordable and easy to change capacity and controls all lengthy database management tasks on your behalf so that you can focus on more pressing issues in your business.

Amazon RDS offers all the capabilities of MySQL, Oracle, MariaDB, SQL Server or even PostgreSQL database. This is to show that all the tools that get used in today’s database applications can work very well with it. It also backs up your database automatically and updates the software with the most current version every time.

 

Main benefits of Amazon RDS

Apart from the fact that you don’t need to have prior investment and that you only get to pay for whatever you use, Amazon Relational Database Service comes with numerous benefits, including:

 

Availability

It also runs on the same infrastructure as the Amazon Web Services, which tend to be very reliable. The Amazon Relational Database Service is able to duplicate data from a Multi-AZ database instance to a totally different availability zone, which is a standby instance.

Other features that make Amazon Relational Database Service more desirable include machine backups, snapshots of the database and perfunctory host replacement.

 

Scalability

With just a few mouse clicks, you can easily scale the compute and storage resources of your database. This can also be achieved through an API call that doesn’t come with any downtime. Most Amazon Relational Database Service engines will permit you to start one or multiple read replicas to unburden your original DB instance off its read traffic.

 

Administering

Amazon Relational Database Service is east to administer thus, enabling you to move from the conception stage of your project to execution. To do this, you simply need to make use of the AWS Management Console, API calls or just the AWS RDS interface that requires you to enter commands.

All these will have you accessing all the features of a relational database that is ready for production in just a matter of minutes. You will not require any infrastructure or have to install and maintain any DB software.

 

Fast

It is responsible for supporting very demanding DB applications. You have the freedom to choose either of the SSD-backed storage alternatives. They include one that is meant for high-acting OLTP apps while the other is for cheaper general use purposes.

 

Secure

You can easily control how your database can be accessed via a network using the Amazon Relational Database Service. It also lets you to run DB instances in Amazon VPC (virtual private cloud).

This will help you separate your DB instances and stay connected with your IT services via an IPsec VPN that is encrypted. Most Amazon RDS engines will give you encryption whether in transit or at rest.

 

Pocket-Friendly

The only costs you incur are those associated with the resources you have actually used. On top of that, you get to benefit from the On-Demand pricing, which comes with no initial or long-lasting commitments. You can also choose the lower hourly payments through the reserved instance pricing from them.

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