When I first started working with AWS RDS triggers there was a slight learning curve as to how the Relational Database Service (RDS) works. Although the initial setup is straight forward, I ran into an issue when it came to creating triggers. I would get the following error.
As businesses have become more dependent on the data that they have harvested, they are able to extrapolate relevant information that can help their business thrive – through more targeted marketing, increased operational efficiency and the ability to recognize lulls in their performance. Gathering, storing and processing data about your products and services, your customers and even your suppliers is essential to streamline your business and boost productivity and profits.
In today’s modern world, there isn’t a single business that doesn’t hold or manage a significant portion of data. Perhaps it’s data regarding their current stock levels; maybe it’s confidential information about their latest clients. Whatever form your data takes, how else will you hold it efficiently and successfully than by using a database?