RDS Vs. MySQL on EC2
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RDS Vs. MySQL on EC2: Is it really about cost every time?


Which privilege do you want to have:

Freedom from managing servers and performing “point-in-time restore” with RDS?


The super flexibility to tail error logs or run “iostat” on database servers with MySQL on EC2?

Share your experiences with us.

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