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Announcing cross-database queries for Amazon Redshift (preview)

Amazon Redshift now supports the ability to query across databases in a Redshift cluster. With cross-database queries, you can seamlessly query data from any database in the cluster, regardless of which database you are connected to. Cross-database que… Continue Reading — Announcing cross-database queries for...

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AWS Glue crawlers now support Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) and MongoDB collections

AWS Glue crawlers now support Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) and MongoDB collections. You can now use AWS Glue crawlers to infer schema of Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) and MongoDB collections and create or update a tab… Continue Reading — AWS Glue crawlers now...

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Announcing AWS Budgets Actions

Starting today, you can define the action you want to take in your account when a budget exceeds its threshold (actual or forecasted amounts). This level of control will allow you to reduce unintentional overspending in your account. You can choose among three action types: Identity...

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Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL supports concurrent major version upgrades of read replicas

Starting today, Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL will concurrently upgrade all of your in-region read replicas along with the upgrade of your primary database instance during major version upgrades of PostgreSQL.¬† Continue Reading — Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL supports concurrent major version upgrades of read replicas

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Achieve up to 52% better price/performance with Amazon RDS using new Graviton2 instances

AWS Graviton2-based database instances are now generally available for Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). Graviton2 instances provide up to 35% performance improvement and up to 52% price/performance improvement for RDS open source databases dep… Continue Reading — Achieve up to 52% better price/performance with Amazon...

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linux.conf.au 2021 call for sessions and miniconfs

The 2021 edition of linux.conf.au will be held online on January¬†23-25, 2021; the call for proposals has gone out with a relatively tight deadline of November¬†6. “Our theme is ‘So what’s next?’. We all know we’re living through unprecedented change and uncertain times. How can open...

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