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Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility now supports T3.large instances, in addition to the T3.medium and R5 class instances already available. Using T3.large instances with Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL is a cost-effective option for smaller workloads such as test, dev, and QA, while still giving you the option to use larger class instances for production deployments. Read […]
Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility has added support for managing the recovery point objective (RPO) in an Aurora PostgreSQL Global Database configuration. Read More for the details.
AWS – Amazon Aurora Supports PostgreSQL Versions 11.7, 10.12, and 9.6.17, and Adds Global Database for PostgreSQL 11.7
Following the announcement of updates to the PostgreSQL database, we have updated Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL Compatibility to support PostgreSQL minor versions 11.7, 10.12, and 9.6.17. These releases contains bug fixes and improvements from the PostgreSQL community, as well as bug fixes and improvements specific to Aurora PostgreSQL. Read More for the details.
The latest Azure Site Recovery updates provides fixes and download links for Site Recovery components. Read More for the details.
Starting today, new Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) C5a instances featuring 2nd generation AMD EPYC™ processors running at frequencies up to 3.3 GHz are generally available. C5a instances are variants of Amazon EC2’s compute-optimized (C5) instance family and provide high performance at 10% lower cost over comparable instances. C5a instances deliver leading x86 price-performance […]