This topic describes the release notes for Data Transmission Service (DTS) and provides links to the relevant references.

2019

Release date Description References
December 2019 Data migration from PostgreSQL databases (version 11) is supported. Migrate incremental data from a self-managed PostgreSQL database (version 10.1 to 12) to an ApsaraDB RDS for PostgreSQL instance
Data synchronization from a self-managed PostgreSQL database (versions 9.x to 11.x) to an AnalyticDB for PostgreSQL instance is supported. Synchronize data from a self-managed PostgreSQL database to an AnalyticDB for PostgreSQL instance
Data migration from a MySQL database to an AnalyticDB for MySQL cluster (version 3.0) is supported. The source MySQL database can be a self-managed MySQL database, an ApsaraDB RDS for MySQL instance, or a PolarDB for MySQL cluster. Overview of data migration scenarios
Disaster recovery instances can be created for ApsaraDB RDS for MySQL instances. Create a disaster recovery instance
October 2019 Data migration from MongoDB Atlas databases is supported. Transaction logs are supported.
Note DTS connects to MongoDB Atlas by using SSL-encrypted migration channels. This type of migration channel is secure and reliable.
Migrate a MongoDB Atlas database to ApsaraDB for MongoDB
September 2019 Data migration from ApsaraDB for MariaDB TX instances, PolarDB for Oracle clusters, and ApsaraDB RDS for SQL Server instances (version 2017) is supported. Supported sources and targets
July 2019 Data migration from MongoDB databases (version 4.0) and PostgreSQL databases (version 10.x) is supported. Supported sources and targets
Notification of alert clearance events is supported. If an alert is cleared, you will receive an SMS message. This reduces your O&M costs. None
June 2019 The online query feature is optimized to improve the user experience of change tracking. View tracked data changes
The full data migration feature is upgraded. The logic for resuming migration tasks is optimized to achieve near-lossless resumable transmission. None
May 2019 The new change tracking feature is available. Change tracking (new)
Data migration, data synchronization, and change tracking are supported for MySQL databases (version 8.0). Supported sources and targets