The AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) is a managed, independent service that allows quick and secure database migration to the cloud from on-premises databases running on AWS EC2 instances, or from databases running on other types of databases. It allows you to manage, modify, and move your AWS cloud configurations.
AWS DMS interacts with your source data store through a replication instance, reads the source data, and formats it for consumption by the target data store. A replication instance loads data into the destination data store as well. Hence, replication is an integral part of AWS DMS. In this blog we will explain you in brief about how you can set up replication for AWS DMS.
As per the steps discussed above, you might have a decent understanding of how to set up a replication for AWS DMS and why replication is important for the migration process.
However, if you are planning to introduce AWS DMS to your organisation on real grounds, creating the replication instance can prove to be a little challenging and overwhelming. This is an area where experts guidance is recommended. But don’t worry, as we got you covered. If you have any further questions or you want any sort of information about AWS DMS, contact our team of experts at Princeton IT Services.