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SolarWinds DPM Supports Amazon Web Services' Aurora Databases

It’s our pleasure to announce that SolarWinds Database Performance Monitor (DPM) now fully supports Amazon Web Services’ Aurora, a new and exciting evolution in database technology. As a fresh and high-powered alternative to MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL, Aurora is sure to make waves in database services worldwide. According to AWS, “Aurora is designed to offer greater than 99.99% availability, replicating 6 copies of data across 3 Availability Zones and backing up data continuously to Amazon S3.” It’s highly scalable too: “You can use Amazon RDS to scale your Amazon Aurora database instance up to 32 vCPUs and 244GiB Memory.You can also add up to 15 Amazon Aurora Replicas across three availability zones to further scale read capacity. Amazon Aurora automatically grows storage as needed, from 10GB up to 64TB.” Aurora has been the focus of database aficionados all year, and tests with Amazon’s new service have already produced some impressive results. pagely-results img.jpg SolarWinds DPM is proud to represent the cutting edge in database monitoring, leading the industry in precision, consistency, innovation, and customer service. We already offer indispensable value to users of existing database platforms, such as MySQL, Redis, MongoDB, and Redis, and we continue to drive our product forward. We’re thrilled to offer the best database monitoring to as many users as possible, now including those who opt for Aurora. If you’re new to SolarWinds DPM, check out a few of our features – and don’t hesitate to try a free trial. If you’re already a fan of Aurora and benefiting from its speed and power, DPM will make your experience even better.
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