Introducing Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility


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Introducing Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility



Broadcast Date:
January 24, 2018

Level 200 | What's New / Cloud Innovation
Amazon Aurora was created in response to customer demand for enterprise-grade, cost-effective relational database technology optimized for the cloud. The original MySQL-compatible edition was first announced in November 2014, and became the fastest-growing product in AWS history. We've recently announced PostgreSQL compatibility at the request of our customers. In this session, you will learn about the architecture of Amazon Aurora, how it's optimized for the cloud, and how it provides your applications with the fast performance, scalability, high availability and compatibility that they need.

Learning Objectives:
• Learn about optimizing relational databases for the cloud
• Learn about Amazon Aurora scalability and high availability
• Learn about Amazon Aurora compatibility with PostgreSQL

Suited For: Technical Decision Makers, IT Managers, Software Developers, Database Administrators, Data Analysts

Speaker(s): Kevin Jernigan, Sr. Product Manager, Amazon RDS, AWS


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