Amazon Relational Database Service for PostgreSQL and AWS Database Migration Service Training
Jignesh Shah is Senior Software Development Manager for Amazon RDS with Amazon Web Services. At AWS, he works on PostgreSQL engines including Amazon RDS PostgreSQL managed database service. He has worked with PostgreSQL and open-source PostgreSQL community since 2005. He has released application and database lifecycle products using PostgreSQL at appOrbit and VMware. He is an active member of the PostgreSQL community for a long time publishing a first standards accepted benchmark using PostgreSQL when he was at Sun Microsystems. His interests are in Cloud technologies involving Operating Systems, Containers and Databases.
Jeremy Schneider is a Database Engineer at Amazon Web Services. Bringing his background with large-scale data processing and enterprise relational databases to the table, he works largely with PostgreSQL engines at AWS: Amazon RDS PostgreSQL and Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility. He deeply enjoys collaborating with AWS customers and back-end engineers to architect and operate applications that are fast and reliable while meeting business requirements such as integration, compliance and security.
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In this training session we will be combining an extended deep dive on Amazon Relational Database Service along with a hands on lab using Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL and AWS DM. As part of the deep dive we will cover the unique features of Amazon RDS for improved availability and durability. In addition, you will get hands on experience creating an Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL for high availability and read scaling as well as point in time recovery for your instance. We will also walk through failover, promotion and the best practices around parameter settings based on application workload.
In afternoon, we will go over AWS Database Migration Service for making migrations to PostgreSQL easy from commercial databases. We will also cover minimum downtime during migration as well as when upgrading databases from older versions like PostgreSQL 9.4 to the latest version of PostgreSQL.
Requirements: Please bring your laptop to get hands-on experience with Amazon RDS. Preferably pre-create an account at aws.amazon.com/free
- 7 h
- PostgresConf US 2018
- Requires Registration:
- Yes (Registered: 12/35)