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Missing piece -> No downtime upgrade path from MySQL 5.5 to MySQL 5.6.


When can I use?


When can we expect similar functionality with Sql Server? MSSQL needs some love too, especially when it comes to redundancy and replication without the work/cost of implementing Sql AlwaysOn functionality? When will we have a simple Multi-AZ way of using Sql Server on AWS?

Sebastian Toet

Agreed with the last comment, Amazon has a glaring hole in high-availability solutions for Microsoft SQL Server. The currently possible solutions for SQL Server are ridiculously complex and costly (not in the least because you have to bring your own SQL Server Enterprise license).

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