As needed, the can be installed as PostgreSQL DBs on Amazon RDS. Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud.
NOTE: You can use the suggested defaults below for sizing your RDS instance. If you have questions or concerns about sizing recommendations, please contact .
In your RDS dashboard, click Launch a DB instance.
NOTE: The RDS instance must be launched in the same Amazon region as the .
For the DB details, see below:
NOTE: Except as noted below, properties should be specified according to your enterprise requirements.
Allocated Storage: at least
For Advanced Settings, please apply the following settings:
Network and Security:
VPC security group must allow for access from the .
The port number can be changed as needed. See System Ports.
Populate other properties according to your enterprise requirements.
To complete the set up click Launch DB Instance.
Please complete the following steps to integrate the with the DB instance you just created.
In the RDS console, you must find the Public DNS endpoint for the RDS instance you created:
Under Instances, expand the name of the instance you created.
The DNS endpoint should be listed under the name in the Endpoint section.
Set the host for each database to the Public DNS endpoint for the RDS instance:
|Time-based Trigger database||time-based-trigger-service.database.host|
To set custom database names, usernames, and passwords:
For each database below, you can review the database name, username, and password.
|Time-Based Trigger database||time-based-trigger-service.database.name|
Run the following script, which builds the four databases and specifies the appropriate roles for each database, based on the parameters you have specified in :
NOTE: This script must be run as the root user or via sudo superuser.