Using AWS Database Migration Service

Kevin Feasel

2017-06-27

Cloud

Derik Hammer shows how to move a SQL Server instance into AWS Relational Database Services (RDS):

Like most wizards in the world, this one begins with a welcome page. One important piece of information that is provided, however, is the tip about using the AWS Schema Conversion Tool. The conversion tool is most useful for heterogeneous migrations, such as Oracle to RDS Microsoft SQL Server. This demonstration is using homogeneous data platforms; therefore, it is not needed.

It does seem pretty easy to do.

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