PostgreSQL is an extremely powerful, object-oriented, and perfectly stable relational database management system (RDBMS). It is one of the most popular database systems that most organizations use, especially startups for backend development. AWS offers engines compatible with PostgreSQL to create RDS databases.
This guide demonstrates how to use PostgreSQL-compatible managed database service.
How Can I Use PostgreSQL Compatible Managed Database Services?
To use PostgreSQL-compatible managed database service, search the RDS from the AWS Management Console:
Click on the “Create database” button from the RDS dashboard:
Click on the “Standard create” option and then choose “Aurora(PostgreSQL Compatible)” engine type:
Select the version of the engine that is compatible with PostgreSQL:
Click on the “Dev/Test” option and then type the name of the database:
Type the Master username and password which can be used to connect to the RDS:
Configure the instance class of the database:
Configure the connectivity of the RDS and then choose VPC for the database:
Select the security group for the RDS:
Allow public access to the RDS:
Configure the monitoring settings for the database:
Click on the “Create database” button from the bottom of the page:
Once the RDS cluster is created, simply click on the link of the instance to be able to use the DB instance:
That’s all about how to use PostgreSQL-compatible managed database service.
To use PostgreSQL-compatible managed database service, head into the RDS dashboard from the AWS Console. Create an RDS database using Aurora (PostgreSQL Compatible) engine; its version should also be compatible with Postgres. Configure the database instance and then allow public access to the database to be used publicly. This guide has demonstrated creating a PostgreSQL database using the RDS service.