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Databases that play nice with your serverless backend

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Update (12/3/19): AWS announced a new feature known as Amazon RDS Proxy that makes using RDS databases with a serverless backend significantly easier. This isn’t covered below but it’s a great option to consider in addition to the solutions discussed here. This blog post from the Serverless Framework blog does an excellent job of summarizing it.




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Bharat Arimilli

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