Amazon RDS Instance create for Mysql : Step by Step


Introduction : 

Using the Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service), you can easily set up, operate, and expand a relational database in the cloud. Hardware provisioning, database setup, while effectively automating time-consuming administrative tasks, such as patching and backup costs and provides available capacity scaling. Therefore, we can focus on the application can provide the necessary performance, high availability, security, and compatibility.

Create an Amazon RDS For MySQL .

1. Log in to your AWS account.
2. Verify the region in which the infrastructure will be created.
In the upper-right corner, click the button with the city name and select the region. In this case, Virginia.

3. Select the RDS service.
4. Select “Get Started Now.”
5. Choose the database manager, in this case, “MySQL”. Press “Select”.

6. Choose whether the instance will be used for production or
Dev/Test environment.
In this case, it’s for production, so we select the option and we continue.

7. Select the database version, the type of instance (in this case, db.t2.micro), we disable Multi-AZ (for demonstration purposes of our tutorial), the capacity of the database in Gb, the name of the instance, the master user (master) and your password.
Multi-AZ is the replication of the instance in another zone if the database has any problem.



8. Select the VPC of the infrastructure, determine if the instance will be publicly accessible or not. Assign an availability zone. Add a name to the database and enable or disable monitoring (in this case it will be disabled); immediately proceed to create the instance.




9. Finally, verify that the status of the instance is available. This will take few minutes, so do not despair.

Note: This instance does not have an IP, but ENDPOINT does the same for the connection.
ready! We have completed the creation of the RDS instance. Leave a comment and I can help resolve any questions.

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Amazon RDS Instance create for Mysql : Step by Step Amazon RDS Instance create for Mysql : Step by Step Reviewed by Raj on December 06, 2018 Rating: 5

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