Getting started

This page was generated from content adapted from the AWS Developer Guide

Creating and connecting to a MariaDB DB instance

  • Important There's no charge for creating an AWS account. However, by completing this tutorial, you might incur costs for the AWS resources you use. You can delete these resources after you complete the tutorial if they are no longer needed.

Creating and connecting to a Microsoft SQL Server DB instance

  • Important There's no charge for creating an AWS account. However, by completing this tutorial, you might incur costs for the AWS resources you use. You can delete these resources after you complete the tutorial if they are no longer needed.

Creating and connecting to a MySQL DB instance

  • Important There's no charge for creating an AWS account. However, by completing this tutorial, you might incur costs for the AWS resources you use. You can delete these resources after you complete the tutorial if they are no longer needed.

Creating and connecting to an Oracle DB instance

  • Important There's no charge for creating an AWS account. However, by completing this tutorial, you might incur costs for the AWS resources you use. You can delete these resources after you complete the tutorial if they are no longer needed.

Creating and connecting to a PostgreSQL DB instance

  • Important There's no charge for creating an AWS account. However, by completing this tutorial, you might incur costs for the AWS resources you use. You can delete these resources after you complete the tutorial if they are no longer needed.

Tutorial: Create a web server and an Amazon RDS DB instance

  • Important There's no charge for creating an AWS account. However, by completing this tutorial, you might incur costs for the AWS resources you use. You can delete these resources after you complete the tutorial if they are no longer needed.
  • Note This tutorial works with Amazon Linux 2023 and might not work for other versions of Linux.
  • Note After you complete the tutorial, there is a public and private subnet in each Availability Zone in your VPC. This tutorial uses the default VPC for your AWS account and automatically sets up connectivity between your EC2 instance and DB instance. If you would rather configure a new VPC for this scenario instead, complete the tasks in Tutorial: Create a VPC for use with a DB instance (IPv4 only).