Tag: RDS

Amazon RDS now supports M6i and R6i database instances in 16 new regions

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) now supports M6i and R6i in US East (N. Virginia, Ohio), US West (Oregon, N. California), Europe (Ireland, London, Paris, Stockholm, Milan, Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Mumbai, Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Sydney), Canada (Central), South America (São Paulo), Africa (Cape Town), and Middle East (Bahrain).

Amazon RDS now supports M6g and R6g database instances in four additional AWS regions

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) now supports AWS Graviton2-based M6g and R6g database instances in Asia Pacific (Hyderabad, Jakarta), Europe (Spain), and the Middle East (UAE). Depending on the database engine, version, and workload, Graviton2-based instances provide up to 19% better price/performance than comparable M4 and R4 instances.

Amazon RDS now supports M7g and R7g database (DB) instances

AWS Graviton3-based M7g and R7g database instances are now generally available for Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). Graviton3-based instances provide up to a 30% performance improvement and up to a 27% price/performance improvement over Graviton2-based instances on RDS for open-source databases depending on database engine, version, and workload. You can launch these database instances when […]

Amazon RDS events now include tags for filtering and routing

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) events now include tags in the message body, which provide metadata about the resource that was affected by the service event. The message receiver can use these tags to do payload-based parsing with rule matching, enabling workflows such as routing, filtering, and down stream automation.

Amazon RDS for MySQL supports inbound replication for RDS Multi-AZ deployment option with two readable standby DB instances

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for MySQL now supports inbound replication from Amazon RDS Single-AZ database (DB) instances and Amazon RDS Multi-AZ DB instances with one standby to Amazon RDS Multi-AZ deployments with two readable standby database (DB) instances. You can use this inbound replication to help migrate your existing Amazon RDS MySQL deployments […]

RDS Custom for SQL Server now supports Multi-AZ deployments

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) Custom for SQL Server now supports the Multi-AZ deployment model, which provides enhanced availability and durability. Amazon RDS Custom is a managed database service for applications that require customization of the underlying operating system and database environment. RDS Custom lets you automate database administrative efforts for legacy, custom, and […]

Amazon RDS for Oracle now supports Oracle Application Express (APEX) Version 22.2

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) for Oracle now supports version 22.2 of Oracle Application Express (APEX) for 19c & 21c versions of Oracle Database. Using APEX, developers can build applications entirely within their web browser. To learn more about the latest features of APEX 22.2, please refer to Oracle’s documentation.

Amazon RDS Proxy now supports PostgreSQL major version 15

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) Proxy now supports PostgreSQL major version 15. PostgreSQL 15 includes new features such as the SQL standard “MERGE” command for conditional SQL queries, performance improvements for both in-memory and disk-based sorting, support for two-phase commit, and row/column filtering for logical replication. The PostgreSQL 15 release also adds support for server-side […]

Amazon GuardDuty RDS Protection for Amazon Aurora is now generally available

Amazon GuardDuty broadens threat detection coverage to help you protect your data residing in Amazon Aurora databases. GuardDuty RDS Protection is designed to profile and monitor access activity to Aurora databases in your AWS account without impacting database performance. Using tailored machine learning models and integrated threat intelligence, GuardDuty can detect potential threats such as […]