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Amazon EC2 | Creating a Connection to an Amazon RDS Instance

In a previous article, we showed how to expose an Amazon RDS instance to the public internet securely for direct access to the database. In this article we shall configure an Amazon EC2 instance for network access to an existing Amazon RDS instance. The purpose of this would be to make sure that if we deploy an application to this EC2 instance, communication from the client to the RDS instance would be smooth.

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There are many things to consider when deciding whether to invest in a database monitoring tool or whether to use a homegrown solution. However, the business frequently wants to know one thing and one thing only: what’s the return on this investment (ROI)? In this webinar, Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Grant Fritchey, is joined by our expert panel to share the pros and cons to building a monitoring system versus purchasing one.

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