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Amazon officially launched AWS database migration services

via:博客园     time:2016/3/17 8:30:16     readed:2260

AmazonAmazon 正式推出 AWS 数据库迁移服务

In the release of Database Migration Service AWS preview version 5 months later, Amazon officially for several regionsintroductionIts database migration service, which supports the database including MySQL, Oracle, MariaDB, etc.. The company claims to have used the service to transfer the customer's database to AWS within 10 minutes, and it has little impact on the application's running during the migration period.

Amazon said that since January this year, there have been hundreds of customers more than 1000 local databases to migrate to AWS. AWS's current business revenue is alleged to have reached $7 billion 300 million, but considering that there are still a large number of companies for security reasons have not yet moved to the public cloud, AWS future is still a great growth space.

In terms of pricing, migration costs to be determined by the amount of data, but Amazon said the cost is basically equivalent to $3 /TB. This price seems very cheap, if the database is not rich media content words. AWS database migration services are the first open areas for the United States in the western, Eastern and Northern Ireland, Frankfurt and Asia, Singapore and Tokyo, Australia, Sydney, australia.

Despite the attractiveness of the AWS ecosystem, but Amazon is not without rivals. In terms of database services, IBM and other giants are still its strong opponents. Google also in recent months to strengthen its public cloud services series, and got a big list of Spotify. And Microsoft last week has just launched a new Server SQL 2016, the version for the first timeSupport Linux operating systemAnd provide free version, Microsoft is also in this to encourage more customers to migrate to their database.

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