To determine if your Amazon RDS database instances are using Performance Insights feature, AWS Relational Database Service (RDS) Performance Insights feature provides you instant visibility into the nature of the workloads on your Amazon RDS databases and helps you find the cause of any performance issue found on those databases.
To determine if your RDS instances have Copy Tags to Snapshots feature enabled, Copying your AWS RDS database instance tags to any automated or manual snapshots taken from your instances, allows you to easily set metadata (including access policies) on your snapshots in order to match the parent instances.
This workflow enables the deletion protection feature for Aurora DB clusters. Deletion protection prevents any existing or new Aurora database cluster, regardless of its type - provisioned or serverless, from being terminated by a root or IAM user using the AWS Management Console, AWS CLI or AWS API calls, unless the feature is explicitly disabled
This workflow enables IAM database authentication for RDS DB instances in order to use AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) service to manage database access to your Amazon RDS MySQL and PostgreSQL instances. It provides multiple benefits such as in-transit encryption, centralized.
Sends a report if RDS databases instances provisioned within your AWS account are using the previous generation of instance classes. Using the latest generation of RDS database instances instead of the previous generation instances has tangible benefits such as better hardware performance.
Having a minimum retention period set for RDS database instances will enforce your backup strategy to follow the best practices as specified in the compliance regulations. Retaining point-in-time RDS snapshots for a longer period of time will allow you to handle more efficiently your data restoration process in the event of failure.