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What is AWS Database Migration Services?

Tired of saving data with downtime on SQL server, Oracle, MySQL, etc. database? Migrate your data over AWS database migration service and take advantage of the scale, operational efficiency and multiple storage options it comes with. Already having a base of 1,000 on-premises databases on its platform is a technology you would value for years. 

The best feature of AWS database migration service is that while migrating terabyte-scale databases to the cloud services and simultaneously sticking to the existing database or else you can very easily migrate to a whole new one that best suits your specifications. AWS Schema Conversion Tool converts your current schemas and other procedures that would further help in migrating to a new platform. 

The migration modus operandi on the AWS database migration service is very legitimate. It starts by unloading data from the source database and then loading it on the destination database and can be used for a one-time migration with the least possible downtime. All the complicated details related to migration are handled by DMS (Document Management System) that also incorporates data type transformation and conversion from one database platform to another. Not only this, it takes the responsibility of notifying you if any glitch or any inaccuracy occurs and apart from notifying it is always ready with Plan B. 

AWS Direct Connect enables your network to remain on-premises while the extremities on AWS. The other components running on Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) provide scalable computing capacity on the AWS cloud. Amazon EC2 is used to launch as many virtual servers as one needs. The source and the destination take up residence within the same umbrella of VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) and are connected through AWS Direct Connect. 

The real-time migration is as easy as a couple of clicks. The target database is decided and created and the database schema is migrated and then when the whole migration finishes one can simply start working within their environment. Yes, it is as simple as it sounds like. 

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