Amazon RDS on VMware as a Service On the Premise is in Preview

Amazon RDS on VMware as a service is now available in preview.

It will allow Amazon RDS managed relational databases in VMware vSphere on-premises data centers.

RDS on VMware will help customers with many benefits listed below such as,
  1. Enable low-cost by reducing operational overhead of database management in on-premises VMware data centers
  2. Enable highly available hybrid deployments, 
  3. Enable database disaster recovery to AWS, and 
  4. Allow long-term database archival in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
  5. Automates database provisioning
  6. Operating system and database patching
  7. Backup and point-in-time restore
  8. Storage and compute scaling
  9. Instance health monitoring, and failover
  10. Keep workload on-premise to meet compliance with security, privacy, regulatory requirements, and other data specific policies.
  11. Databases migration to AWS
Amazon will provide The RDS Connector in a software appliance form factor in VMware vSphere environment. It packages RDS technologies providing highly available, scalable, and durable database management, enabled through a dedicated VPN tunnel.

RDS on VMware will support Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MariaDB databases on-premise data centers in private cloud environment.

PostgreSQL 10.4 and MySQL 5.7 edition databases are now available in the preview here immediately.


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