Amazon Aurora


Disaster recovery

Aurora PostgreSQL Disaster Recovery solutions using Amazon Aurora Global Database | Amazon Web Services

Takeaway from above: PostgreSQL logical replication and the storage-based replication that Aurora Global Database uses have a few key differences. Logical replication uses native PostgreSQL replication slots to record data-modifying statements or row changes on the replication source (primary) and reapply them on the replication target (replica). The primary and replica databases are separate and independent and can contain different datasets.

What Aurora offers

storage costs are based on the storage “high water mark” (the maximum amount that was allocated for the Aurora cluster at any point in time)

Aurora Global Database for disaster recovery

Amazon Aurora Global Database

Working with Amazon Aurora Global Database


Security with Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL

Aurora serverless

Use cases: Infrequent/Variable/Unpredictable/Development and testing: e.g. new application; same application, many tenants

So far, from my understanding:

The takeaways with Aurora:

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