Best managed database services by AWS
November 23, 2021

Best managed database services by AWS

Sunny Hemnani | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

1. We are providing product management services and using RDS as a database for them 2. The benefit is that AWS manages the database instances, and we don't have to keep separate servers for them. 3. Helps us keep database backups and images of those schemas very efficiently. 4. The dashboard shows the running load & queries on the database.
  • Supports many types of databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Aurora, etc.
  • RDS console makes it very easy to maintain all the different instances of relational database services.
  • Provides performance insights for all the database instances.
  • Cost is very high as compared to other cloud service providers.
  • Snapshots are also very expensive to maintain.
  • With RDS, our product has grown from a few customers to hundreds of customers using our platform every day.
It's very easy to maintain & deploy Amazon RDS instances as compared to other cloud providers.

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When your application is hosted on the Amazon Web Services cloud & we need a managed database, Amazon RDS is the go-to solution for such a scenario. When there are budget restrictions, Amazon RDS is not cheap & difficult to scale at a low budget.

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