Managing auto-scaling of RDS on AWS using the AWS CLI and Bash

Cloud services enable you to increase or decrease the capacity of your deployment within minutes, but how can you scale a relational database automatically keeping predictable performance and costs under control?

You can read my post about auto-scaling RDS on the Funambol Tech Blog, walking the tight rope of cloud development.

Funambol Tech Blog – Walking the tight rope of cloud development.


DevOps Pro Moscow 2019 conference

I am looking forward to be back to Russia in November and be a speaker at the DevOps Pro Moscow 2019 conference.

I will cover relational databases on the cloud – with examples of MySQL on AWS – and if and how to move from a managed database to a serverless one. How can you scale automatically keeping predictable performance and costs under control? What does serverless mean for a relation database? More at https://www.devopspro.ru/en/renato-losio/

Is Serverless the Future of Relational Databases?

I am very happy to talk about the new options available for running a relational database on the cloud and the serverless approach on AWS at the next DevOps Berlin tech event organized by Amsource Technology on June 5th. More information on the Eventbrite page

Amsource Technology Presents Tech

The abstract of my talk:

From AWS to Google Cloud, the major cloud providers offer different options to run a MySQL or a MySQL compatible database on the cloud. You can spin up virtual machines and configure your own cluster or rely on managed services with the ability to modify or scale vertically a database with the click of a button. The new trend is serverless (relational) databases that offer both traditional interfaces and HTTP API access. Can serverless databases be the future? Is Amazon Aurora Serverless really serverless?

Thanks Jack and Amsource Technology for the invitation and looking forward to see you in Berlin!