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Thursday, Mar. 5, 2020 | 11:20 AM - 12:30 PM UTC+8:00
Alibaba Cloud Academy Day Online Conference is a free, one-day online conference that helps you familiarize with our core products through step-by-step best practices and technical demos by our experts. This event is ideal for IT leaders, technical decision-makers, and developers who want to develop their strategic roadmap for digital transformation by taking advantage of Alibaba Cloud's latest technology.
Academy Day will be held on Mar. 5th, 2019, featuring seven handpicked sessions based on the courses and certifications by Alibaba Cloud Academy. Join us to explore what's possible with Alibaba Cloud.
Session Three: Database on Cloud - Migrate to Alibaba Cloud
Migrating to fully managed cloud databases brings a host of benefits including scalability, reliability, and cost efficiency. However, doing so without the necessary tooling can be as challenging as navigating without a map. Explore Alibaba Cloud’s portfolio of fully managed database services, and learn how to leverage a rich set of utility tools and our database expert services to turn your migration experience into a hassle-free expressway.
All Sessions of Academy Day
|09:30 - 10:20||Alibaba Cloud Product Overview||Christopher Potts|
|10:20 - 11:20||Secure and Fast - Alibaba Cloud Elastic Compute Service (ECS)||Jeremy Pedersen|
|11:20 - 12:30||Database on Cloud - Migrate to Alibaba||Haimo Liu|
|14:00 - 14:50||Stable and Robust - Network and Security||Jade Huang|
|14:50 - 15:50||Building a Cloud-Native application on Alibaba Cloud||Zhang Yan|
|15:50 - 16:50||How to use Alibaba Cloud Data warehouse--DataWorks & MaxCompute||Derek Meng|
|16:50 - 17:30||Alibaba Cloud Pricing, Support, and Getting Started||Wei Tong|
Haimo Liu, Staff Product Manager, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence Database Product Team
Haimo Liu is a Staff Product Manager at Alibaba Cloud, focusing on driving product globalization strategy. He spent 8 years in data science and product management in various companies, and he's always passionate to share his experiences with the community.
Academy Day - Session 1 - Alibaba Cloud Product Overview
Academy Day - Session 2 - Alibaba Cloud Elastic Compute Service (ECS)
Academy Day - Session 3 - Database on Cloud - Migrate to Alibaba Cloud
Academy Day - Session 4 - Stable and Robust - Network and Security
Academy Day - Session 5 - Building A Cloud - Native Application on Alibaba Cloud
Academy Day - Session 6 - How to Use Alibaba Cloud Data Warehouse -DataWorks & MaxCompute
Academy Day - Session 7 - Alibaba Cloud Pricing, Support, and Getting Started
A: Yes absolutely, DTS supports both heterogenous and homogeneous movement across supported end points. The key is that your applications that depend on those database end points can have minimal impact during migration (DTS will automatically create schema objects in your target DB, mapping to those in the source DB, etc.)
A: We have a product called Alibaba Cloud Data Lake Analytics (DLA). Very similar to AWS Athena, DLA is an interactive analytics service that utilizes serverless architecture, and is capable of reading multiple data sources directly. with DLA + OSS, your applications can be migrated to Alibaba cloud seamlessly.
A: PolarDB doesnt support NoSQL/unstructured data, it's good at handling transactional data. for unstructured data, we have products like Redis, MongoDB, all managed by the same RDS control panel.
A: There are two parts in this process: 1. migrating data (this can take a few mins to a few hours, depending on your data volume), your application is fully functional during this period (still pointing to your on-prem DB); 2. switch your application, pointing to the cloud DB, this can be done within seconds usually
A: absolutely yes:) thats the main purpose of using DTS: migrating from on-prem sources, or DBs on another cloud, to alibaba cloud.
A: you can sync your on-prem databases with cloud databases using DTS, the source and target databases don't have to be the same type (MySQL to postgres for example); but if the question is about hosting a master on the cloud while running slaves on-prem, things like failover and network could be problematic, it is usually not recommended.
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