Amazon RDS Initial Setup

Gurudeva Kalledevarpurada B
IT Solution Architect at SEARCHING
The initial setup will be complex. You and your team need to understand the complexities of setting up IAM, security groups, AMIs, VPCs, autoscaling/loadbalancing, and RDS, then plan for multiple availability zones for disaster and recovery. You also need to set up an infrastructure admin and infrastructure support team who will work closely with the AWS team. You do not want your entire development to get involved with setting up the infrastructure. Your administrators and infrastructure team need to set it up, then guide the development team on how to utilize the infrastructure. View full review »
Sivashankar Rajaram
AWS Cloud RDS Consultant at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We initially deployed Amazon RDS on-premises, although we are now migrating to cloud-based deployment. Spinning up a task is very easy and there is no maintenance. There are no administrative tasks involved for us because it is entirely taken care of. This includes monitoring and backup, as well. The length of time for deployment depends on the size of the database. If they say it is one gigabyte then it will take a few minutes. View full review »
Sr. Database Architect at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The initial setup is straightforward. Deployment took about ten minutes. View full review »
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