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How to Create an Oracle RDS Database from the Console

Updated: Jul 16

AWS gives you very minimal number of steps to setup a DB in RDS. Creating an Oracle DB can be done very easily using the console.


Using AWS Management Console

AWS management console is the most convenient way to get started with RDS. You login to the AWS console using your AWS account details, locate the RDS service and then follow the steps shown below to create a Oracle SQL DB instance.


Step-1

Select the Oracle db Engine form the console.



Step-2

Specify the required DB details.




Step-3

In this step you decide on the db instance class, amount of storage allocated also set the master password along with few other details.




Step—4

This is the final step when you mention the vpc and security settings, encryption, backup options and log export etc.


These are easy steps, enabled by AWS, to setup a DB in RDS. Thank you for reading.


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