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AWS: Installing RDS Instance

Create Instance

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. You can click the button below to launch a Database (DB) Instance in minutes with automated backups, turnkey Multi-AZ replication and free monitoring metrics. Amazon RDS gives you access to a familiar MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, or SQL Server database to facilitate compatibility with existing code, applications, and tools.

Launch a DB Instance

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Engine Selection


To get started, choose the DB Instance details below and click Select

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mysql

MySQL Community Edition

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postgres

PostgreSQL

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t SQL Server Web Edition

Note that in accordance with Microsofts licensing policies, SQL Server Web Edition can only be used to support public and internet accessible Web pages, Websites, Web applications and Web services. Refer to the AWS Service Terms for more details.

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sqlserver-se

Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition

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sqlserver-ee

Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition

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Do you plan to use this database for production purposes?


For databases used in production or pre-production we recommend:

Billing is based upon the RDS pricing table.
An instance which uses these features is not eligible for the RDS Free Usage Tier.

Yes, use Multi-AZ Deployment and Provisioned IOPS Storage as defaults while creating this instanceNo, this instance is intended for use outside of production or under the RDS Free Usage Tier

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To get started, choose a DB engine below and click Next Step
DB Engine:   
mysql
License Model:               
DB Engine Version:               
DB Instance Class:               
Multi-AZ Deployment:               
Auto Minor Version Upgrade:    YesNo           
Provide the details for your RDS Database Instance.
Allocated Storage:    GB        (Minimum: 5 GB, Maximum: 3072 GB) Higher allocated storage may improve IOPS performance.   
Use Provisioned IOPS:               
DB Instance Identifier:
            (e.g. mydbinstance)   
Master Username:            (e.g. awsuser)   
Master Password:
            (e.g. mypassword)   

 

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Provide the optional additional configuration details below.
Database Name:            (e.g. mydb)   
Note: if no database name is specified then no initial MySQL database will be created on the DB Instance.
Database Port:               
Choose a VPC:               
DB Subnet Group:               
Publicly Accessible:    YesNo           
Availability Zone:            MultiAZ deployment selected   
Option Group:               
If you have custom DB Parameter Groups or DB Security Groups you would like to associate with this DB Instance, select them below, otherwise proceed with default settings.
Parameter Group:               
VPC Security Group(s)

 

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Management Options


Enabled Automatic Backups:

YesNo

The number of days for which automated backups are retained.

Please note that automated backups are currently supported for InnoDB storage engine only. If you are using MyISAM, refer to detail here.

Backup Retention Period:

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The daily time range during which automated backups are created if automated backups are enabled

Backup Window:

Select WindowNo Preference

The weekly time range (in UTC) during which system maintenance can occur.

Maintenance Window:

Select WindowNo Preference

 

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Review


Please review the information below, then click Launch DB Instance .

Engine:

mysql

Engine Version:

MySQL 5.6.13

License Model:

general-public-license

Auto Minor Version Upgrade:

Yes

DB Instance Class:

db.t1.micro

Multi-AZ Deployment:

Yes

Allocated Storage:

5

Provisioned IOPS:

0

DB Instance Identifier:

TestDBIns

Master User Name:

root

Master User Password:



Database Name:

TestDB

Database Port:

3306

Availability Zone:

Using a Multi-AZ Deployment disables this preference.

Option Group:

default:mysql-5-6

DB Parameter Group:

default.mysql5.6

VPC Security Group(s):

Web-SRV-Access (sg-dfcfd6bd)

DB Subnet Group:

default

Publicly Accessible:

No


Backup Retention Period:

10

Backup Window:

No Preference

Maintenance Window:

No Preference

 

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Your DB instance is being created.

Note: Your DB instances may take a few minutes to launch.

View your DB instances on the DB Instances page


Other RDS Features

DB Security Group

You will be unable to connect to your database instance unless you have previously authorized access on your chosen DB Security Group. The DB Security Groups page allows you to authorize and revoke access based on CIDR/IP or EC2/VPC Security Group.

Go to the DB Security Groups Page

DB Snapshots

Create a backup of your DB Instance by taking a snapshot.

Go to the DB Snapshots Page


Related AWS Services

Amazon Elasticache

Add a managed Memcached or Redis-compatible in-memory cache to speed up your database access.

Click here to learn more and launch your Cache Cluster


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p>Your account does not support the EC2-Classic Platform in this region. DB Security Groups are only needed when the EC2-Classic Platform is supported. Instead, use VPC Security Groups to control access to your DB Instances. Go to the EC2 Console to view and manage your VPC Security Groups. For more information, see AWS Documentation on Supported Platformsand Using RDS in VPC.

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