Amazon Aurora Global Database Design Patterns for HA and DR | Amazon Web Services


Amazon Aurora Global Database is designed for globally distributed applications, allowing a single Amazon Aurora database to span multiple AWS regions. It replicates your data with no impact on database performance, enables fast local reads with low latency in each region, and provides disaster recovery from region-wide outages. In this video, learn about the several use-cases and design patterns for achieving High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) with Amazon Aurora Global Databases.

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Amazon Aurora Terraform Module: https://bit.ly/3nDjRY5
Amazon Aurora Global Database Workshop: https://bit.ly/3ctZ0Qh
Automated endpoint management for Aurora Global Database Managed Planned Failover: https://bit.ly/3CvEWHY

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