Monday 24 February 2020

Disconnected status gets notified by Amazon RDS on VMware

Amazon RDS on VMware allows you execute managed databases in on-premises VMware environments through Amazon RDS. Amazon RDS offers cost-efficient and resizable capacity during automating lengthy administration activities counting infrastructure provisioning, database setup, patching, and backups, allowing you to concentrate on your applications. RDS on VMware makes it simple to set up, operate, and scale databases in VMware vSphere private data centers. RDS on VMware lets you to use the identical basic interface for handling databases in on-premises VMware vSphere environments as you would use in AWS. RDS on VMware supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Microsoft SQL Server databases. Amazon RDS on VMware increases custom AZ status to cover a new state: Disconnected. The new disconnected status shows that the connection between the AWS region and a custom AZ is disrupted. The AWS Management console displays “Disconnected” in the “Status” column if the environment experiences a disruption. If a custom AZ is in disconnected, RDS API requests from this custom AZ are rejected. This new feature RDS on VMware disconnected state is obtainable to every RDS on VMware users.

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