Using Global database in Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL
Shayon Sanyal is a Senior Database Specialist Solutions Architect for RDS/Aurora PostgreSQL based out of New York and has been with AWS since December 2017. Shayon has overall 12+ years experience in IT Consulting, Delivery, Pre-Sales and Professional Services in IT Infrastructure, IaaS, Database and Cloud domains. His day job allows him to help AWS customers design scalable, secure, performant and robust database architectures on the cloud. Outside work, you can find him hiking, traveling or training for the next half-marathon.
Sukhpreet Kaur Bedi is a Database Specialist Solutions Architect with AWS focusing on Amazon RDS/Aurora PostgreSQL engines. She helps customers innovate on the AWS platform by building highly available, scalable, and secure database architectures.
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An Amazon Aurora Global database is designed for globally distributed applications, allowing a single Amazon Aurora database to span multiple AWS Regions. It replicates your data with no impact on database performance, enables fast local reads with low latency in each Region, and provides disaster recovery (DR) from Region-wide outages. In this session, learn how to plan for cross-Region DR and easily scale Aurora reads across the world to place your applications close to your users. You also learn how to meet your recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO) with Amazon Aurora global databases.
- 2022 April 8 13:10 PDT
- 50 min
- Silicon Valley 2022
- AWS Data Day