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Benchmarking Managed PostgreSQL Cloud Solutions - Part Two: Amazon RDS

This is part 2 in the series where we put different cloud providers head-to-head to see which one stands out. This blog is about benchmarking Amazon RDS using pgbench and sysbench and then comparing it to Amazon Aurora.

Benchmarking Managed PostgreSQL Cloud Solutions - Part One: Amazon Aurora

A multi-part series of articles on PostgreSQL benchmarking in the cloud. Part one is an overview of available benchmarking tools for PostgreSQL followed by testing Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL based on the Amazon Guide for Benchmarking PostgreSQL.

An Overview of Amazon RDS & Aurora Offerings for PostgreSQL

This provides an overview and tips & tricks for running PostgreSQL on Amazon RDS and Aurora.

Comparing RDS vs EC2 for Managing MySQL or MariaDB on AWS

When managing MySQL on AWS, one has the choice between convenience of a hosting service like RDS, and the control and flexibility of running MySQL on EC2. This blog discusses the difference, with focus on the tradeoffs when using replication.

Comparing Cloud Database Options for PostgreSQL

Looking to deploy your PostgreSQL database stack to the cloud? Here is some information to help you choose which cloud option is the best.

Several Ways to Intentionally Fail or Crash your MySQL Instances for Testing

This blog post features some ideas (with examples) on how to crash a MySQL server in a Linux environment.

ClusterControl in the Cloud - All Our Resources

You can deploy ClusterControl on premise or in the cloud. This blog describes some of the benefits of the cloud and provides some resources to help you get your databases up and running with ClusterControl.

MySQL in the Cloud - Online Migration from Amazon RDS to your own server (part 2)

It's challenging to move data out of RDS for MySQL. We will show you how to do the actual migration of data to your own server, and redirect your applications to the new database without downtime.

MySQL in the Cloud - Online Migration from Amazon RDS to EC2 instance (part 1)

RDS for MySQL is easy to get started. It's a convenient way to deploy and use MySQL, without having to worry about any operational overhead. The tradeoff though is reduced control.

MySQL in the Cloud - Pros and Cons of Amazon RDS

Moving your data into a public cloud service is a big decision. All the major cloud vendors offer cloud database services, with Amazon RDS for MySQL being probably the most popular. In this blog, we’ll have a close look at what it is, how it works, and compare its pros and cons.