Amazon RDS Offers Updates to Console and More

Amazon RDS Offers Updates to Console and More

Amazon RDS has received new updates to both its look and performance. You may check them out below.

  • Amazon RDS Console – the console is given an updated new look where users can see all RDS resources, create a new database, look at documentation, and more in a single place.
  • RDS Recommendations – this feature will check your usage of RDS and provide best practices to help improve your experience, performance, and security.
  • Performance Insights – provides a look into MySQL to see which queries consume the most time and resources, and why. You can view these bottlenecks over a time frame of an hour, a day, a week, or a month.
  • M5 Instances – these instances are now available for RDS using MySQL or MariaDB. A step up from the M4 instances, they offer up to 10 Gbps of dedicated network bandwidth for database storage.
  • MySQL 8 — MySQL 8 is now available for use in Amazon RDS, offering better InnoDB performance, JSON improvements, better GIS supports, common table expressions, window functions, atomic DDLs and more.
  • Maria DB 10.3 – Also available for Amazon RDS, this includes new temporal data processing, improved Oracle compatibility, invisible columns, performance enhancements, and more.

All of these features are available now at Amazon RDS.

 

2018-11-02T09:07:27+00:00