SQL Server IaaS Versus PaaS On AWS

John McCormack identifies some differences between running SQL Server in EC2 versus RDS on Amazon Web Services:

How do I run SQL Server on AWS?

Running SQL Server on AWS can be done in 2 ways.

  • Relation Database Service (RDS): AWS’s managed solution where some of the administration (maintenance, backups and patching) is handled for you.

  • EC2: Your very own virtual machine in the cloud. With EC2, you manage SQL Server, just like you would do on-premises. This gives you full control over your SQL instance.

Click through for the comparison.

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