Modern customer applications are requiring more out of their relational databases than ever before, making it essential to find solutions that can improve database scale, security, and reduce downtime. Amazon RDS Proxy is a new fully managed, highly available database proxy for Amazon RDS announced at re:Invent 2019. In this Tech Talk, we will dive into the core concepts of this exciting new service to show you how to implement and take advantage of these exciting new features. We’ll also include a demo to show how easily you can integrate this into all of your applications – from containers and serverless to more traditional architectures.
*Learn to use Amazon RDS Proxy to improve the scalability, availability, and security of your applications
*Understand how Amazon RDS Proxy can help reduce downtime by up to 66% during database failovers
*Learn the target use cases and best practices for using Amazon RDS Proxy
***To learn more about the services featured in this talk, please visit: https://aws.amazon.com/rds/proxy/
Good video, nice combination of conceptual talk and some technical demo
I just added a RDS proxy on my RDS database, the connections started to rise on the DB, the CPU did not. The RDS is a r5.large and hence can give 1000 connections. The percentage is set to 75% and hence the connections went upto 750. Wierd part, Borrowed connections – 0, Client Connections, 1-2, How is that possible.
Please share some reference on how to implement RDS proxy in spring boot application
so since these signer tokens are only valid for 15 mins, does this mean a lambda function (with provisioned conurrency) can't maintain an idle connection for more than 15 mins?
Why could you not extend this Proxy service to support other database service types, like Redshift?
Do you know why Im having this issue?
"Description": "DBProxy Target is waiting for proxy to scale to desired capacity"
I have tried with different policy and secrets but Im just having the same error