Getting Basic DBMS Using RDS
IN THIS CHAPTER
Defining the Relational Database Service (RDS) feature set
Using the AWS Management Console to manage RDS
Initializing a database server
Including database support in an application
Adding load balancing and scaling to a database application
Arelational database relies on tables to organize data, with rows holding individual records and columns holding individual data items. The tables focus on specific topics, such as employee names and dates of birth. They relate to other tables, which is what gives relational databases their names. For example, a single employee can have multiple telephone numbers, so the telephone numbers would appear in a separate table related to the employee table using a common element, such as the employee ID. If you aren’t familiar with relational databases, you can find more about them at
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