Session Name: An Unconventional Journey With Amazon RDS
The times when a web application could only choose RDS for MySQL as a relational database on AWS are long gone. Numerous engines and deployment options for RDS, Aurora, and serverless options are just the appetizer. AWS offers over 15 managed databases, each with multiple options, pricing models, and deployment patterns for various use cases. There has never been a better time to be a developer. But there has never been a more complicated time to make the right choice. How can you balance a simple architecture with FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)? When is it beneficial to use a serverless option for a relational database? We will conclude with an exciting unconventional demo.
Renato has extensive experience as a cloud architect, tech lead, and cloud services specialist. Currently, he lives in Berlin and works remotely as a principal cloud architect. His primary areas of interest include cloud services and relational databases. He is an editor at InfoQ and a recognized AWS Data Hero. You can connect with him on LinkedIn.