This article will show how to rewind or forward Amazon Aurora clusterswith MySQL compatibility using backtrack feature.
In this article, we will explore the useful backtrack feature for Amazon Aurora clusters.
Suppose you are watching a movie online with your friends. In between, you get an important call, and you missed five minutes of video while your friends were viewing. You might think, what’s the big deal. I can go back and play it again from 5 minutes back. Similarly, if you want to skip some content, you can move forward quickly.
Now, imagine the same scenario with your databases. Is it possible to rewind or forward your database clusters similar to movies?
Yes, Amazon Aurora gives you flexibility using the backtrack feature. In this article, let’s explore with a practical demonstration.
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