Amazon Aurora
User Guide (API Version 2014-10-31)

Integrating Aurora with Other AWS Services

Amazon Aurora integrates with other AWS services so that you can extend your Aurora DB cluster to use additional capabilities in the AWS Cloud.

Integrating with Amazon Aurora MySQL

Amazon Aurora MySQL integrates with other AWS services so that you can extend your Aurora MySQL DB cluster to use additional capabilities in the AWS Cloud. Your Aurora MySQL DB cluster can use AWS services to do the following:

  • Synchronously or asynchronously invoke an AWS Lambda function using the native functions lambda_sync or lambda_async. Or, asynchronously invoke an AWS Lambda function using the mysql.lambda_async procedure.

  • Load data from text or XML files stored in an Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket into your DB cluster using the LOAD DATA FROM S3 or LOAD XML FROM S3 command.

  • Save data to text files stored in an Amazon S3 bucket from your DB cluster using the SELECT INTO OUTFILE S3 command.

  • Automatically add or remove Aurora Replicas with Application Auto Scaling. For more information, see Using Amazon Aurora Auto Scaling with Aurora Replicas.

For more information about integrating Aurora MySQL with other AWS services, see Integrating Amazon Aurora MySQL with Other AWS Services.

Integrating with Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL

Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL integrates with other AWS services so that you can extend your Aurora PostgreSQL DB cluster to use additional capabilities in the AWS Cloud. Your Aurora PostgreSQL DB cluster can use AWS services to do the following:

For more information about integrating Aurora PostgreSQL with other AWS services, see Integrating Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL with Other AWS Services.

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