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Sponsored Amazon has promoted AWS managed database services for several years now, enticing proprietary on-premises database customers over to its own services in the cloud. The company backs up the benefits of migration with its own practical experience, because it migrated thousands of its Amazon.com databases away from Oracle to the cloud.
Amazon was built on traditional relational databases from the beginning. Long before the ecommerce giant launched AWS, it used Oracle to support its consumer operations, handling the core of its retail transactional systems.
“Amazon had used these Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) databases to process and store data for everything from payments information, wallets, ordering data, our inventory, through to our fulfillment centers and our identity management for customers,” explains Thomas Park, Senior Software Development Manager for Consumer’s Business Data Technologies at Amazon.
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July 20, 2021 at 09:01PM