Service-oriented database services such as Relational Database Service (RDS) and Document Database Service (DDS) provided by cloud service providers.
A company or an organization that provides cloud computing services.
A language used to define the data structure, especially database schema. It consists of three primary commands: CREATE, ALTER, and DROP.
A stable, efficient, and easy-to-use cloud service for database online migration and synchronization. It simplifies data transmission processes and reduces transmission costs.
A person who is responsible for managing databases. A DBA uses dedicated software to store and organize data. Their responsibilities include but are not limited to capacity planning, installation, configuration, database design, migration, performance monitoring, security, troubleshooting, and data backup and restoration.
Database operation and maintenance (O&M) activities aiming to change the database platform, including migration to a new server or a new DB engine. A common scenario is that a cloud user's local database is migrated to RDS in the cloud.
A process of establishing consistency among data from a source database to a target, automatically copying changes back and forth. Database synchronization can be categorized as unidirectional, bi-directional, peer-to-peer, broadcast, consolidation, and cascading synchronization.
A service that allows users to establish a high-speed, stable, secure, and dedicated network connection from data centers to the public cloud. It enables users to take full advantage of strengths of public cloud services while continue to use existing IT facilities, establishing a scalable and hybrid cloud computing environment.
An elastic IP address (EIP) can be bound to any ECSs in your account rather than a specified ECS. Different from a static IP address, when an ECS or its AZ is unavailable, its EIP can quickly redirect to the Internet IP address of any ECS in your account.
If a migration task fails, users can troubleshoot the issues and retry the migration task. In full migration, this function can reset and restart the full migration process. In incremental migration, this function can attempt to restore the synchronization between the source and target databases.
All data is migrated from a source database to a target during the database running process. If any changes occur on the source database during or after the migration, such as new data inserted to the source database, the changes will not be synchronized to the target database.
Includes full migration by default. After full migration initializes the target database, incremental migration collects and analyzes logs to establish data consistency between the source and target databases, minimizing downtime.
The telecommunications sector uses available Internet communication lines and bandwidth resources to establish a standard and carrier-class equipment environment in which comprehensive services such as server hosting, renting, and other value-added services are provided for enterprises and governments.
Comparison of migration items between source and target databases, facilitating cloud users making decisions.
Logs generated during database migration, which can be classified into the following levels: alarm, error, and info.
Before a migration, DRS pre-checks migration items and generates results to ensure that all check items are successful, improving the migration success rate.
Migration progress includes: Progress of an on-going full migration in percentage Synchronization latency between source and target databases of an on-going incremental migration
All structure object definition syntax, excluding database data, is migrated from a source database to a target.
Stores system-level information used for database system running. It is created by default during the database system installation. For example, Microsoft SQL Server system databases include master, model, msdb, resource, and tempdb. MySQL system databases include information_schema, mysql, performance_shcema, sakila, and world.
A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a secure, isolated, and logical network environment. You can create virtual networks in a VPC. The virtual networks provide the same network functions as those provided by a physical network, as well as providing advanced network services, such as elastic IP addresses and security groups.
The virtual private network (VPN) service establishes an encrypted communication tunnel between a remote user and a VPC, thereby enabling the remote user to use service resources in the VPC.
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