Data Replication Service for MySQL & PostgreSQL Server

1.1 New Features

Data Replication Service (DRS) helps you migrate databases online and synchronize data in real time. It is stable, efficient, cost-effective, and easy to use.
It simplifies data migration processes and reduces migration costs.

You can use DRS to quickly transmit data between databases in various scenarios, the main functionality is the online migration of MySQL and Oracle Databases to or from our Cloud solution (please find the full details on the bellow table)

1.2 Functionality matrix

Data Flow

Migration Direction

Source database

Destination database

Destination database instances type

Migration type

MySQL database to FE RDS MySQL Server DB instance

To the cloud

• On-premises databases
• Self-built databases on ECS
• Databases on other clouds
• RDS MySQL Server database instances

FE RDS MySQL Server database instance. The supported versions are:
• MySQL 5.5
• MySQL 5.6
• MySQL 5.7
• MySQL 8.0

Single database instances and
Primary / Standby database instance. The supported versions are:
• MySQL 5.6
• MySQL 5.7
• MySQL 8.0

• Full migration
• Incremental migration

RDS MySQL DB instance to FE RDS MySQL Server DB instance

Out of cloud

FE RDS MySQL Server database instances

• On-premises databases
• Self-built databases on ECS
• Databases on other clouds
• All versions supported by FE

• Single database instances
• Primary / Standby database instances
• Read replicas

• Full migration
• Incremental migration

Oracle DB to FE PostgreSQL Server Enhanced Edition

To the cloud

• On-premises databases
• Self-built databases on ECS

• FE PostgreSQL Server Enhanced Edition

• Single database instances
• Primary / Standby database instances

• Full migration

2. Console

Sign in to the Flexible Engine Management Console, select DRS service to use those new features. This upgrade is live for Paris region (eu-west-0).

3. Documentation

You can find all the related RDS information (Relational Database Service User Guide, Relational Database Service API Reference, Relational Database Service Developer Guide) here.

at ut facilisis libero. id dictum libero elementum Aliquam Phasellus massa