AWS, DevOps

Leveraging AWS Data Pipeline To Easily Move Relational Data Between AWS, On-Premise Or Other Services

In today's time of data-oriented applications, there is a constant change and challenge in requirements of data onboarding from and to varied sources. You may find yourself stuck between traditional and time-consuming methodologies of data migration. These may incur unnecessary costs and other overheads, eventually affecting the delivery....

by Aakash Agarwal
Tag: Amazon
30-Sep-2016

AWS, DevOps

Unifying control of multiple AWS accounts by using AWS STS

Recently, we came across a scenario where we need to create AMIs of multiple production servers running in four different AWS accounts. One solution was to create an automation script to be run on an AWS EC2 instance running in each aws account which would create AMI of all production servers running in each account. This would have...

by Navjot Singh
Tag: Amazon
09-Oct-2015

Technology

YouTube V/s Competitors

The parent organization that owns YouTube is Google. From 2006, YouTube operates as one of  Google’s subsidiaries. YouTube has been playing the ultimate Monarch in the field of Digital Video Marketing. Being holding on to the status of the second most used search engine following Google, it is almost impossible to overtake the topmost...

by Mansi Jain
Tag: Amazon
06-Oct-2015

AWS

Amazon RDS Migration to AURORA

We have already read about Amazon Aurora service in my previous post . Today we are going to migrate our existing RDS instance to Aurora Cluster. . The things you must know before migration:- 1. Aurora can be placed only in three regions (us-east-1, us-west-2 and eu-west-1). So if you are planning to migrate other than these region,...

by Rajdeep Singh
Tag: Amazon
31-Jul-2015

AWS

Setup AMAZON AURORA DB Cluster

AWS announced its new database service for customers called "Amazon Aurora" which I have been waiting for since a long time. It delivers up to 5X performance of MySQL with high availability in 3 different regions. As it is new to all of us, so today we will be having hands on experience on AURORA Cluster for MySQL. I have segregated...

by Rajdeep Singh
Tag: Amazon
30-Jul-2015

AWS

Amazon Aurora – New database in RDS

In the recent re:Invent 2014 conference in Las Vegas, Amazon announced about its fifth database: Amazon Aurora. Aurora becomes the latest addition to the list of databases available on Amazon RDS after MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL. It is a fully managed database which consist of  speed and reliability which...

by Jai Prakash Dave
Tag: Amazon
17-Nov-2014

AWS

IAM Basic (Amazon Web Services)

IAM stands for Identity access management, and it's used to control access to AWS resources, in other words it defines "who can do what". If you have been using AWS for long and are not aware of IAM, here's how it can help you. Let’s consider a scenario where an organization has one AWS for all their needs and multiple users use that...

by Hitesh Bhatia
Tag: Amazon
05-Aug-2013