Friday, 13 July 2018

You can now publish logs to the Amazon CloudWatch Logs from Amazon Relational Database Services

The logs can be now published from the Amazon Relational Database Service for Oracle databases to Amazon CloudWatch Logs. The logs will be listener log, audit log, alert log and trace log. You can maintain continuous visibility in the database activity and errors in the databases by publishing the logs to Amazon CloudWatch. You will be notified of any events recorded and you can even customize the alerts that you want to receive. Amazon CloudWatch Logs delivers a durable archive for the database logs. Amazon RDS allows the customers to download and view the log that is associated with the Database instance for troubleshooting purpose. Amazon RDS for Oracle publishing logs to CloudWatch Logs will help in building seamless and richer interactions with the Database instance logs using the Amazon Web Services. 

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