With just a few clicks, configure, use and scale a relational database in the cloud. As simple as that.
With Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), free yourself from the tasks of managing your relational database, as this solution allows you to easily configure, use and scale your existing database engines in the cloud, migrating them to AWS.
Amazon RDS it is available for various types of database engines, such as: Amazon Aurora, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Maria DB, Oracle Database, and SQL Server; In particular, Amazon Aurora is a MySQL and PostgreSQL compliant relational database built in the cloud, up to five times faster than standard MySQL databases and three times faster than traditional PostgreSQL databases.
With Amazon RDS, your database is fully managed, and can be backed up and replicated from the Amazon Web Services web interface quickly and securely. Also, when a DB instance is provisioned Multi-AZ, Amazon RDS replicates data synchronously to a standby instance in a different Availability Zone (AZ), significantly increasing its availability.
Amazon RDS is a managed service that provides cost-effective and scalable capacity while automate the arduous administrative tasks, such as provisioning hardware, setting of databases, the patch deployment and creating backups
With Amazon RDS and accompanied at all times by MyAppSoftware expert technicians we free you from those tasks that will allow you to focus on your applications, providing you with a solution with fast performance, high availability, security and the compatibility they need.
The solutions offered MyAppSoftware is always based on AWS best practices. We have certifications such as Well Architected Framework among others, and with the necessary processes to guarantee a successful implementation of the solution for our clients.
MyAppSoftware has the experience that helps us give you the confidence to be your best ally in this process of adoption and migration of hybrid models in IT infrastructure.
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