Migrating SQL Server databases from AWS RDS to Azure SQL Database, To Local
Azure Database to local and AWS RDS
Restore From Azure database to Local Database
- Download the SQLAzureMW Tools to do this.
- Once you Download the Tool, Unzip the file and find for SQLAzureMW.exe
- Open SQLAzureMW.exe
- Select Database and click Next.
- Enter the Source Database Details and Click Next
- Next, select the source database
- Then enter the destination database details.
- Note: Destination database should be an empty database
- Click Next and wait till it completes the process.
- That’s it The Database will be restored to the destination server
Migrating the Azure SQL Database to Local SQL Database
Migrating Azure SQL Database to AWS RDS Database
Migrating Azure SQL Database to Local SQL Database then Local Database to AWS RDS
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To rename a DB instance
Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon RDS console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/rds/.
In the navigation pane, choose Databases.
Choose the DB instance that you want to rename.
In Settings, enter a new name for the DB instance identifier.
To apply the changes immediately, choose to Apply immediately. Choosing this option can cause an outage in some cases. For more information, see Using the Apply Immediately Parameter.
On the confirmation page, review your changes. If they are correct, choose Modify DB Instance to save your changes.
Alternatively, choose Back to edit your changes, or choose Cancel to cancel your changes.
To rename a DB instance, use the AWS CLI command
modify-db-instance. Provide the current
--db-instance-identifier value and
--new-db-instance-identifier a parameter with the new name of the DB instance.
For Linux, OS X, or Unix:
aws rds modify-db-instance \ --db-instance-identifier
aws rds modify-db-instance ^ --db-instance-identifier
To rename a DB instance, call Amazon RDS API function
ModifyDBInstance with the following parameters:
DBInstanceIdentifier= existing name for the instance
NewDBInstanceIdentifier= new name for the instance
https://rds.amazonaws.com/ ?Action=ModifyDBInstance &DBInstanceIdentifier=mydbinstance &NewDBInstanceIdentifier=mynewdbinstanceidentifier &Version=2012-01-15 &SignatureVersion=2 &SignatureMethod=HmacSHA256 &Timestamp=2012-01-20T22%3A06%3A23.624Z &AWSAccessKeyId=<AWS Access Key ID> &Signature=<Signature>
Renaming a Microsoft SQL Server Database in a Multi-AZ Deployment
To rename a Microsoft SQL Server database instance that uses Multi-AZ, use the following procedure:
First, turn off Multi-AZ for the DB instance.
Rename the database by running
Then, turn on Multi-AZ Mirroring or Always On Availability Groups for the DB instance, to return it to its original state.
For more information, see Adding Multi-AZ to a Microsoft SQL Server DB Instance.
If your instance doesn’t use Multi-AZ, you don’t need to change any settings before or after running
Example: In the following example, the
rdsadmin.dbo.rds_modify_db_name stored procedure renames a database from
ZAR. This is similar to running the statement
DDL ALTER DATABASE [.
MOO] MODIFY NAME = [
EXEC rdsadmin.dbo.rds_modify_db_name N'
Renaming a DB Instance
You can rename a DB instance by using the AWS Management Console, the AWS CLI
modify-db-instance command, or the Amazon RDS API
ModifyDBInstance action. Renaming a DB instance can have far-reaching effects; the following is a list of things you should know before you rename a DB instance.
When you rename a DB instance, the endpoint for the DB instance changes because the URL includes the name you assigned to the DB instance. You should always redirect traffic from the old URL to the new one.
When you rename a DB instance, the old DNS name that was used by the DB instance is immediately deleted, although it could remain cached for a few minutes. The new DNS name for the renamed DB instance becomes effective in about 10 minutes. The renamed DB instance is not available until the new name becomes effective.
You cannot use an existing DB instance name when renaming an instance.
All read replicas associated with a DB instance remain associated with that instance after it is renamed. For example, suppose you have a DB instance that serves your production database and the instance has several associated read replicas. If you rename the DB instance and then replace it in the production environment with a DB snapshot, the DB instance that you renamed will still have the read replicas associated with it.
Metrics and events associated with the name of a DB instance are maintained if you reuse a DB instance name. For example, if you promote a Read Replica and rename it to be the name of the previous master, the events and metrics associated with the master are associated with the renamed instance.
DB instance tags remain with the DB instance, regardless of renaming.
DB snapshots are retained for a renamed DB instance.
Renaming to Replace an Existing DB Instance
The most common reasons for renaming a DB instance are that you are promoting a Read Replica or you are restoring data from a DB snapshot or PITR. By renaming the database, you can replace the DB instance without having to change any application code that references the DB instance. In these cases, you would do the following:
Stop all traffic going to the master DB instance. This can involve redirecting traffic from accessing the databases on the DB instance or some other way you want to use to prevent traffic from accessing your databases on the DB instance.
Rename the master DB instance to a name that indicates it is no longer the master as described later in this topic.
Create a new master DB instance by restoring from a DB snapshot or by promoting a read replica, and then give the new instance the name of the previous master DB instance.
Associate any read replicas with the new master DB instance.
If you delete the old master DB instance, you are responsible for deleting any unwanted DB snapshots of the old master instance.
For information about promoting a Read Replica, see Promoting a Read Replica to Be a Standalone DB Instance.