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Amazon Elasticsearch Service now offers T3 Instances

Amazon Elasticsearch Service now offers the latest T3 (general-purpose) instances which offer superior performance and larger storage capacity compared to the previous generations. The T3 instances also support our recently launched features like encry… Continue Reading — Amazon Elasticsearch Service now offers T3 Instances

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Amazon Aurora Increases Maximum Storage Size to 128TB

You can now create Amazon Aurora database clusters with up to 128TB of storage. The new storage limit is available for both the MySQL- and PostgreSQL-compatible editions of Amazon Aurora. Previously, Aurora database instances supported 64TB of storage. Continue Reading — Amazon Aurora Increases Maximum...

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Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL Supports pglogical Extension

Starting today, Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL supports the pglogical extension. pglogical is an open source PostgreSQL extension that helps customers replicate data between independent Aurora PostgreSQL databases while maintaining consistent read-write acce… Continue Reading — Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL Supports pglogical Extension

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How to accelerate Kubernetes deployment in the enterprise

As Kubernetes adoption spreads from early adopters to slower-moving enterprises, many companies are discovering that while containers and Kubernetes offer advantages around development, velocity, agility, and cost management, they also create a new set of challenges to overcome. While there are commonalities in the types of...

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