Dec 07, 2020 · AWS offers relational databases (Aurora, RDS), an MPP database (Redshift), a key-value store (DynamoDB), a document database (DocumentDB), in-memory databases (ElastiCaches for Memchached and Redis), a graph databases (Neptune), a time series database (Timestream), a wide column store (Keyspaces), and a ledger database (QLDB). In this blog I will be going over the steps in order to store data in a MySQL server hosted on AWS RDS. Depending on your use case it may be necessary to choose Product or Dev/ Test, but for this… Whilst this website was initially written to document personal research I was doing throughout the SQL Server product suite, my focus now has moved to investigating Amazon Web Services and Python. My AWS work is primarily data oriented, e.g. Athena, Glue, S3, Kinesis, RDS & Redshift.