AWS RDS Installation Guide

This installation guide provides you with an overview of the steps for configuring the OvalEdge database on the AWS RDS.

Create a database in RDS

The following are the steps required for creating the database in RDS:

  • Open the RDS console in the AWS and select create database option.
  • Select the required configuration in the create database console and create the database.
    • Choose the database creation method as standard create.
    • Select engine option as MySQL.
    • Choose the latest MySQL version in the series of 5.7.x.
    • Choose the template according to the requirement.
    • Enter DB instance identifier.
    • Choose either auto-generate password or enter the password of your choice.
    • Choose the DB instance class (RAM of the RDS).
    • Choose the storage type and allocate storage space.
    • Enable public access yes to connect to DB remotely.
    • Choose connectivity specifications as per your configuration.
    • After filling the required values in additional configuration click on create database.

    Create OvalEdge Schema

    The following are the steps required for creating the OvalEdge Schema:

    • Get the endpoint of the newly created database, as shown below:
    • Connect to the database using a third-party tool by providing the required details for the connection. 

    For example MySQL Client

    Note: MySQL Client can be downloaded from

    Choose MySQL workbench in products during installation.

    • Execute the following command with the required inputs to connect to RDS.
      mysql> mysql -h <endpoint> -u <username> -p <password> -P 3306 <dbname>
      A sample code is shown below:
    • Create an OvalEdge schema using the command given below with the SQL files provided.
      mysql> source <path>\511.sql
      On completion of the above-mentioned procedure, the OvalEdge Database will be ready for use.