Onboarding to ReadySet.Cloud
This section walks through the process of onboarding to Readyset.Cloud (opens in a new tab).
Follow the prompts to create a login account and log in to Readyset.Cloud.
A Project is a logical collection of Readyset instances. Follow the prompts to create an empty project.
Now proceed to create a Readyset cache instance under the project just created. One would typically deploy a Readyset cache instance between the client and the backend Postgres database. When creating a cache, you must provide connectivity details so the Readyset instance can connect to your backend database.
⚠️Do not skip the above step as AWS RDS must be configured with replication and appropriate privileges allowing Readyset to subscribe to changes from the backend database.
You are encouraged to test connectivity to your public RDS or Aurora Postgres database by connecting to the URL from a Postgres client. For, e.g.
Here are some general guidelines for creating the cache instance.
- When choosing a region, pick one identical to your backend database.
- Cache creation will take several minutes. If the cluster creation fails, the most common reason is the inability to connect to the backend Postgres database. If so, re-validate the Postgres URL, credentials, port number, and database configuration for connectivity, including enabling permissions.