ApsaraDB RDS for MySQL - Supports Disabling SSL
Target customers: users of ApsaraDB RDS for MySQL instances. After you enable SSL, you must disable SSL in the following scenarios: 1. After the network where an RDS instance resides changes from a classic network to a VPC. 2. When you need to terminate public network connection of an RDS instance. Features released: you can disable SSL for an ApsaraDB RDS for MySQL instance in the ApsaraDB for RDS console. All MySQL versions are supported. If you disable SSL, the database access performance is improved, but data security is compromised. We do not recommend that you disable SSL in non-secure environments. To disable SSL, you must restart the RDS instance, which triggers switchover between the primary instance and the secondary instance. Therefore, we recommend that you operate during off-peak hours to reduce the impact.