Amazon RDS Tutorial
This Amazon RDS Tutorial has been designed for absolute beginners, self-learners, and database professionals. In this course, you will learn the most basic concept of Amazon RDS database system and its working procedures.
It is the root index of the Amazon RDS Tutorial. You can access all the possible documentation, article and tutorials about Amazon RDS from here. From connecting database for different database product like MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, etc to managing live database, working with the database console, using RDS APIs, etc.
So What is Amazon RDS?
Amazon RDS stands for “Amazon Relational Database System” or “Relational Database Services” also known as AWS RDS is a relational database management system (RDBMS) on the cloud. It can be used from a very small database to a large cluster of database projects for managing and serving data on the cloud.
Amazon RDS is a fully managed database system. That means you don’t have to worry about setting up your database and providing its security. Just you need an Amazon AWS account then create a DB instance. Done. All the tasks will be done by the AWS RDS itself.
After creating a DB instance you can host your small or large scale of data to Amazon RDS. Amazon RDS is very cost effective. Because it server’s resources like CPUs, Memory, IOPS, and storage are split separately. You can add resources as you need and it is really cost-effective than a fixed resources server.
What is next?
In the next subsequent chapters, we will learn the basic of Amazon RDS and with the progress of this course we will learn everything else about RDS including essential basics, creating instances, hosting data on different database product, managing your data using different ways, backup data, restoring and much more.
After completing this tutorial, you will be able to host and manage your all the small or large scale data cluster on the Amazon RDS database cloud. So let’s get started!