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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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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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
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...