Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Amazon Aurora allows you to move back in time so that you can undo any error quickly

Amazon Aurora which comes with MySQL compatibility will provide users quicker access to recover from common errors such as deleting the wrong row or dropping the wrong table. Through Backtrack, users can move any database to a prior point without restoring from a backup and complete it within seconds. Enabling Aurora Backtrack in the RDS management console, the duration to retain data records is identified and you have to pay for the space used by these records.  Backtrack is useful for the development and test, especially in the situation where the test either deletes or invalidates data. With backtracking to the original database state, it’s ready for another test run. Aurora will also combine performance and availability of high-end commercial databases with open source databases making it simple and cost-effective to utilize.

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