Starting with AWS, the major cloud providers offer different options to run a MySQL or a MySQL-compatible database on the cloud.

A new approach is to rely on so-called serverless (relational) databases like Aurora Serverless that offer both traditional TCP connections and HTTP API access. Can serverless really be the future? Can data API really replace a MySQL connector? What are the major limitations of a serverless database cluster and do they really protect from inefficient use of database resources?


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