Features and benefits of Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)
Amazon RDS is a managed relational database service that provides six familiar database engines to choose from, including Amazon Aurora, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL. Hundreds of thousands of customers have been able to save by moving to AWS-managed database services, which merge the flexibility and low cost of open-source databases with the robust, enterprise feature sets of commercial databases.
Come to this session to understand:
Strategy behind moving to a managed database
Features and Benefits of Amazon RDS
AWS Services that help in database migration
Demo of Amazon RDS
About Varun Mahajan:
Varun works as Principal Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and has 25+ years of industry experience. In his current role, Varun focuses on architecting AWS, optimizing AWS environments, and helping customers & partners with cloud adoption and database migrations. Prior to his current role, Varun served as a Principal Consultant at Oracle, helping large enterprises with Database Strategy, migrations, and performance tuning. Varun has held Database leadership positions at FedEx-GENCO and Westinghouse Nuclear as well.
Varun is a regular speaker at public events, particularly around topics such as Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, and Purpose-built databases, and actively onboards new hires at Amazon. Varun has also authored public-facing blogs and whitepapers around Amazon RDS and Cloud Data Ingestion Strategies.