How to deploy AWS RDS-Aurora instances
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How to deploy AWS Aurora instances?
How to deploy AWS RDS instance
- Access to ScaleArc's AWS account with full user permissions for EC2 and RDS.
Log into AWS IAM portal: https://signin.aws.amazon.com
- Click - RDS
- Before we begin with the Aurora creation, ScaleArc requires parameters for max_connect_errors to be set to 999999 and max_connections to be set to 10000 as a requirement to create a cluster. We will configure those first: Click --> Parameter Groups
- Click --> Create Parameter Group
- Provide the parameter group family and group name. In this case, we will be using Aurora 5.6. Click --> Create
- Select the new parameter group and Click --> Edit Parameters
- Add the following values and Click --> Save Changes
- Click --> RDS Dashboard --> Launch an Aurora DB Instance
- Specify DB Details - This is where you can decide what size VM instance to deploy, multi AZ launch for a replica, and configure the name of the logical cluster name and the master user.
- For testing purposes, the below settings are sufficient: --> Next Step
- Configure Advanced Settings - This is where you can specify the network and security settings. For DB parameter setting, choose the parameter group created above.
- For testing purposes, the below VPC and security groups are sufficient --> Launch DB Instance
- Navigating the RDS console:
- Click RDS master instance
- Instance Actions
- Create Replica
- Each database endpoint has its own DNS name. The instance with the Writer role is the instance that is accessed from the Aurora cluster endpoint.
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