The ApsaraDB Relational Database Service (RDS) is a stable and reliable online database service with auto-scaling capabilities. Based on Apsara’s distributed file system and high-performance storage technology, RDS supports MySQL, SQL Server and PostgreSQL, and provides a complete set of solutions for disaster recovery, backup, restoration, monitoring, migration and others to free you from the burden of operating and managing your own database.
This document describes how to configure RDS through the RDS console, and help you better understand RDS features and functions. You may also manage the RDS through APIs and SDKs.
If you need operators' help, you can click Ticket Service > Submit Ticket on the RDS console
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RDS includes multiple types of databases. This document takes the MySQL database as an example to describe the features and usage of all RDS products. Some types of databases may not include certain features. The actual page shall prevail.
|Local database/Source database||Refers to the database deployed in the local equipment room or the database not on the ApsaraDB.In most cases, it refers to the source database to be migrated to the ApsaraDB in this document.|
|RDS for XX (XX is MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, or PPAS) indicates the RDS of a specific database type, for example, RDS for MySQL means the instance enabled on the RDS and whose database type is MySQL.|