What is Amazon Relational Database Service?

Definition of Amazon Relational Database Service

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) is a cloud based relational database management system (RDBMS) service – hosted, managed and delivered by Amazon. Amazon RDS is part of the Amazon Web Services suite that enables in setting up and operating a relational database System on the cloud. It is built-in with same functionality & features of a conventional RDBMS but with managed database administration and maintenance.

Brief Description of Amazon Relational Database Service

Amazon Relational Database Service enables its users and subscribers to design, create and deploy a powerful database management solution. Amazon RDS supports and provides the ability to create a database instance in the cloud, which can be configured and deployed with MySQL or Oracle database. Amazon RDS manages the patching & updating of the database as well as providing scalability for managing the storage & computing resources.

The complete Amazon RDS service provides application interoperability, infrastructure scalability and managed database under a subscription based monthly billing mode.

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