Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Amazon Aurora can now publish general, error logs and slow query to Amazon CloudWatch

The MySQL compatible edition of Amazon Aurora can be configured to publish general, error logs and slow query logs to Amazon CloudWatch Logs. Earlier you could only publish the audit logs. By publishing the aurora logs to the Amazon CloudWAtch it will allow the customer to maintain continuous visibility into database error, query performance, and database activity. Alarms for events that are recorded in the audit logs or general can be created to alert on the unwanted changes that is been made to the databases. CloudWatch logs offer a durable archive destination for the database logs and you can define the desired retention period. Read more about Aurora and Amazon Cloud on the AWS Database blog. 

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