Monday, 22 April 2019

Amazon Aurora Serverless Provides Sharing and Cross-Region Copying of Snapshots

Amazon Aurora (Aurora) is an entirely organized relational database engine that's compatible with MySQL and PostgreSQL. MySQL and PostgreSQL unites the speed and reliability of high-end commercial databases with the lucidity and cost-efficiency of open-source databases. The code, tools, and applications you utilize with your current MySQL and PostgreSQL databases can be used with Aurora. Now sharing snapshots of Aurora Serverless DB clusters with other AWS accounts or publicly is possible. Besides, AWS providing the potential to replicate Aurora Serverless DB cluster snapshots over AWS regions. Authorized AWS accounts can restore a DB cluster straight from the shared DB cluster snapshot without replicating it. DB cluster snapshots could be divided for a diversity of scenarios, for example, when you use disparate AWS accounts for detachment of development and production environments, share data with partners, or associate publicly on research projects. Cloning DB cluster snapshots to other AWS region enables you to retain a replica of your data for disaster recovery or for database migration. To know how to share or copy your DB cluster snapshots, visit AWS management console or use AWS SDK or CLI. And to get more information about Amazon Aurora, refer documentation

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