Being that Amazon is one of the most-used cloud vendors, it is only natural that one may ask “How can Kubernetes be used in AWS?“. And the answer is – not that different than with other cloud vendors. What one needs is two things (and this applies universally): a Kubernetes cluster + the Percona […]Read more
But the scripts are not 1-to-1 tests of features. There are more than twice as many test scripts as […]
When we think about the cloud, often we consider many of the benefits: scalability, elasticity, agility, and flexible pricing. As great as these features are, security also remains a business-critical concern. In an on-premise environment, every aspect of security is owned by you. Looking at the database layer specifically, these include (but are not […]Read more
Now that Database-as-a-service (DBaaS) is in high demand, there is one question regarding AWS services that cannot always be answered easily: When should I use Aurora and when RDS MySQL?
DBaaS cloud services allow users to use databases without configuring physical hardware and infrastructure and without installing software. But when trying to find out which […]