This is a collection of rds helpers. Right now it just restores a db and that is all it does. Hopefully it saves you a few hours of having to figure it the quirks of AWS on your own. The code isn't pretty or idomatic scala yet, but it works.
I believe Play-RDS needs Play! Framework 2.4.x or later
Play-RDS is built and tested with Scala 2.11.7 (from
Works fine with
0.1.1- master branch)
Clone the project and go to
samples. Edit your application.conf with your AWS master and staging db settings and run
sbt run to see a sample application.
Including the Dependencies
<dependency> <groupId>com.github.enalmada</groupId> <artifactId>play-rds_2.11</artifactId> <version>0.1.1</version> </dependency>
val appDependencies = Seq( "com.github.enalmada" %% "play-rds" % "0.1.1" )
- Right now it just restores the latest production snapshot to staging. More to come...
- TRUNK [not released in the repository, yet]
- Fancy contributing something? :-)
- 0.1.1 [release on 2015-11-30]
- Make snapshot latest out of 100.
- 0.1.0 [release on 2015-11-30]
- Initial release.
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