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RajivRajiv 

Migrate Salesforce data to Amazon RDS

Hi Everyone,

I want to migrate all Salesforce data to Amazon RDS, does anyone know how I can achieve this? I know in recent release Salesforce talked about the connectors: https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/spring18/release-notes/rn_bi_integrate_connectors2.htm
However, anyone knows what the steps to do this are? I have no idea about Amazon RDS, where can I get these connectors? If anyone can help me like how to start at least, it will be very helpful. Thanks in advance. 

Best,
Rajiv 
eyewellseeyewellse
Closing the loop on this, since this was posted a while ago.
The connectors mentioned above enable data intake to salesforce Einstein Analytics.
AFAIK, getting data from salesforce to Amazon RDS is still a batch operation using integration tools (mulesoft, boomi, informatica, etc...)
For "realtime", you can stream data changes out of salesforce using salesforce Change Data Capture, and you need a subscriber on the RDS side to capture the JSON stream.
Boris FrankBoris Frank
Hi! You can migrate all Salesforce data to Amazon RDS with ease via Skyvia (https://skyvia.com/data-integration/replicate-salesforce-to-amazon-rds). Skyvia is a code-free integration platform with an intuitive interface. If you need to export Salesforce data to Amazon RDS and create an exact data copy without mapping configuration, you can use Skyvia replication. You need only specify the connections to Salesforce and Amazon RDS and select data to replicate.