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Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

4.5
(95)

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) is a web service that makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational DB in the cloud: Amazon Aurora, PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server.

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Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) Features

Database Features

Query Language

92%
(Based on 60 reviews)

Storage

95%
(Based on 67 reviews)

Availability

96%
(Based on 67 reviews)

Stability

94%
(Based on 67 reviews)

Scalability

94%
(Based on 62 reviews)

Security

91%
(Based on 63 reviews)

Data Manipulation

88%
(Based on 61 reviews)

Configuration

Application Performance

Functions when integrated with multiple forms of external applications.

92%
(Based on 27 reviews)

Orchestration

Allows admisistrators to manage and organize storage, networks, and datacenters.

84%
(Based on 25 reviews)

Database Monitoring

Monitors performance and statistics related to memory, caches and connections.

89%
(Based on 27 reviews)

Anomolie Detection

Alerts users when unauthorized parties or malware is detected allowing administrators to remedy the issue.

76%
(Based on 20 reviews)

Network Security

Secures data at rest and in transit from unauthorized access.

90%
(Based on 25 reviews)

Database Administration

Provisioning

Allows administrators to organize components of the database to maintain instance efficiency.

90%
(Based on 26 reviews)

Governance

Allows the creating and relinquishing of database access credentials.

85%
(Based on 23 reviews)

Auditing

Documents access and alterations of the database for analytics and reporting.

n/a

Availability

Scalability

Expands functionality while maintaining balanced loads. Serves growing demand without reducing functionality.

93%
(Based on 27 reviews)

Backup

The abillity to restore files to its original loacation or alternative sources on-demand.

94%
(Based on 28 reviews)

Archiving

Stores historical records of information for reverting or reference.

n/a

Indexing

Helps users navigate databases by labeling and organizing datasets.

93%
(Based on 23 reviews)