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Gurudeva Kalledevarpurada B
IT Solution Architect at SEARCHING
Earlier, we were using traditional on-prem databases. The need to switch to Amazon RDS has been due to a variety of factors. One such factor is the need to move the existing applications in our data center with variable demand utilization and pre-installed servers and databases to applications migrated to Amazon Web Services cloud. Along with migrating applications on servers, we also need to migrate databases. With the added power of supporting multiple database engines as well as automating many functions of DBAs and releasing the DBAs to focus on essential tasks, this has made it easier to switch to Amazon RDS. View full review »
Sr. Database Architect at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We are currently using a lot of other solutions as well. We have Oracle, we have PP2, and MySQL. We have a secret server as well. View full review »
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